Robert Sheehan Net Worth

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Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of Birth: Jan 7, 1988 (32 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft (1.83 m)
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: Republic of Ireland
Robert Sheehan Net Worth:
$2 Million

Robert Sheehan net worth: Robert Sheehan is an Irish actor who has a net worth of $2 million. Robert Sheehan was born in Portlaoise, Ireland in January 1988. In 2004 he starred as Cormac MacNamara in the television series Foreign Exchange. In 2005 Sheehan starred as King Louis XIV in the TV mini-series Young Blades. He starred as Addison Tellerin the TV series Rock Rivals in 2008. From 2009 to 2011 Sheehan starred as Nathan Young in the television series Misfits. From 2010 to 2013 he starred as Darren in the series Love/Hate. Sheehan has starred in the movies Song for a Raggy Boy, Ghostwood, Summer of the Flying Saucer, Cherry Bomb, Season of the Witch, Demons Never Die, Killing Bono, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Anita B., The Road Within, and Moonwalkers. He has won a BAFTA Award for Misfits and an Irish Film and Television Film Award for Love/Hate.

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Inspirational Quotes by Robert Sheehan

Acting is an incredibly gratifying, creative experience when you're doing it. But in the off-season, you want to scratch that itch, and writing has become that to me. It's a really pure form of creativity. It's good for my mental health in the same way reading books is good for me. It makes the day brighter.

Robert Sheehan

I didn't read a lot of comic books. But I was into 'Dandy and The Beano,' which were like a weekly pulp fiction that featured characters like Desperate Dan, Dennis the Menace, and Billy Whizz - pretty simplistic stuff but very entertaining.

Robert Sheehan

Part of progressing in acting is turning down work, and that's hard; it's very, very hard to do. And I think you have to do that so as not to undermine your own sense of value.

Robert Sheehan

John Hurt was pretty bad. I know it's pretty terrible to besmirch the memory of a dead man, but he was really rude to me.

Robert Sheehan

I think a lot of people, when they start to become famous, they don't necessarily have the mental equipment to deal with it yet, so they try to keep it at arm's length and try to avoid it, which is fine for a while, but you can't keep pursuing a career in acting and that remain your attitude towards fame and recognition.

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