Kenneth Branagh Net Worth

How much is Kenneth Branagh worth?

Net Worth:$60 Million
Date of Birth:December 10, 1960 (63 years old)
Height:1.77 m, 5 ft 9 in
Profession:Actor, Film director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor
Kenneth Branagh Net Worth:
$60 Million

Sir Kenneth Branagh is a British/Northern Irish actor and filmmaker, director, producer and screenwriter who has a net worth of $60 million. He is particularly well known for directing and starring in numerous film adaptations of Shakespeare plays, including “Henry V,” “Much Ado About Nothing,” and “Hamlet.” Among his many other credits, he directed the films “Dead Again,” “Thor,” and “Belfast,” and starred on the television series “Fortunes of War,” “Shackleton,” and “Wallander.”

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Branagh rose to fame in his native Northern Ireland in 1982, when he began appearing on the television anthology series “Play for Today.” The year after this, he was in the television film “To the Lighthouse,” and had a guest role on “Maybury.” On stage, Branagh earned acclaim for his performances in productions of “Another Country” and “Henry V.” In 1987, he co-founded the Renaissance Theatre Company with David Parfitt.

Personal Life

In 1989, Branagh married actress Emma Thompson, with whom he appeared in many films. While still together, he began an affair with actress Helena Bonham Carter; Thompson eventually divorced him in 1995. Following his relationship with Bonham Carter, Branagh married art director Lindsay Brunnock in 2003.

Inspirational Quotes by Kenneth Branagh

A brother who is unhappy is a dangerous relative to have.

Kenneth Branagh

Probably 90 percent of the stuff I make has inevitably been done before... Whether it's playing Hamlet, which has been on the go for 400 years, or pieces from the cinematic world that also have been essayed before, I feel released by that.

Kenneth Branagh

Thor' has got several big battles in it, a reckless, headstrong young hero who has to confront his past and deal with a complicated relationship with his father, it has lots of savage Europeans hacking each other to death at various points, and all of this sounded very much like 'Henry V.'

Kenneth Branagh

You can't live in nostalgia-land.

Kenneth Branagh

I'm just a normal working class boy from Belfast.

Kenneth Branagh