Martin Clunes Net Worth

How much is Martin Clunes worth?

Net Worth:$15 Million
Date of Birth:November 28, 1961 (62 years old)
Height:1.89 m, 6 ft 2 in
Profession:Actor, Broadcaster, Comedian, Film director, Musician, Presenter, Voice Actor
Martin Clunes Net Worth:
$15 Million

Martin Clunes is a British actor, comedian, film director and television presenter. He is best known for his portrayal of Martin Ellingham in the ITV drama series Doc Martin, and for his role as Gary Strang in the sitcom Men Behaving Badly, for which he won a British Comedy Award and BAFTA award. He has also played prominent roles in the films Dancing Queen, Hunting Venus, Staggered, Shakespeare in Love, Sweet Revenge, Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?, and Saving Grace. Born Alexander Martin Clunes on November 28, 1961 in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom, to parents Daphne Acott and Alec Clunes, he has an older sister named Amanda. Clunes attended Royal Russell School in Surrey and the Arts Educational School in Chiswick, London. He made his television debut playing a camp alien prince in Doctor Who: Snakedance: Part One (1983). In 1997, he married Philippa Braithwaite. Together they have one daughter, Emily Clunes. He was previously married to Lucy Aston.

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Personal Life

He has been married twice: to Lucy Aston and Phillippa Braithwaite. He and Braithwaite have a daughter, Emily. His father was the classical actor Alec Clunes and his mother Daphne once worked for Orson Welles.

He had a supporting role in Shakespeare in Love (1998), which starred Geoffrey Rush .

Inspirational Quotes by Martin Clunes

Mum worked as a secretary for Orson Welles for what sounded like a very miserable year. Her brother was the actor Jeremy Brett, who became famous for playing Sherlock Holmes. He was an absolutely lovely man. Very exciting and glamorous, he'd always make me feel amazing and full of confidence, like I'd picked the right thing to do in life.

Martin Clunes

We keep horses. I have to keep working.

Martin Clunes

Born Free' was the first film I ever saw. I just fell in love with the idea of people having that bond with a wild animal.

Martin Clunes

You do get into a groove, which is great, when you get to act with the same people a lot. Like with Caroline Catz - it's like a duet: you're like a duo jamming together.

Martin Clunes

Unlike my mother, who was unashamedly delighted when I decided to become an actor, I always feel that my father, had he lived longer, might have been a touch disapproving of some of my career - I think he might have tutted a bit at 'Men Behaving Badly.'

Martin Clunes