Timothy Spall Net Worth

What Is Timothy Spall Worth?

Timothy Spall's Net Worth is $245 million

1991-1933

Following a film make a big appearance in Quadrophenia and more extensive TV presentation playing the ungainly Barry Taylor in every one of the four arrangement of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, Kevin in Outside Edge and as Aubrey the shocking gourmet specialist in Mike Leigh’s Life is Sweet, Spall has since shown up in movies, for example, Crusoe, Secrets, and Lies, Shooting the Past, Topsy-Turvy, Vanilla Sky, Rock Star, All or Nothing, The Last Samurai, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events and The King’s Speech. He increased global acknowledgment as Peter Pettigrew (“Wormtail”) in the Harry Potter film arrangement. In 1991 he visitor featured in the arrangement 5 Red Dwarf scene Back to Reality. In 1993, Spall was a visitor in the Scottish comic drama arrangement Rab C. Nesbitt.

2000

In the 2000 New Year Honors, he was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE).

Spall performed lead vocals on the tune The Devil is an Englishman from the Ken Russell film Gothic (1986), in which Spall depicted John William Polidori.

2005-2009

Spall assumed the featuring part of Albert Pierrepoint in the 2005 film Pierrepoint, which was discharged as The Last Hangman in the United States. In the 2006 computer game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Spall voiced Phil Collins’ director, Barry Mickelthwaite. In 2007, he featured Nathaniel in Disney’s Enchanted and Beadle Bamford in Tim Burton’s generation of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. He additionally featured as Georgie Godwin in an erratic TV dramatization The Fattest Man in Britain on ITV 1 which circulated on 20 December 2009. The show likewise included Bobby Ball, Frances Barber, Aisling Loftus and Jeremy Kyle.

2010

In 2010, he depicted Winston Churchill in widely praised film The King’s Speech for which as an individual from the troupe he was together granted the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Spall repeated the part at the 2012 Summer Olympics shutting function.

2012

In 2012, Spall shot Wasteland (known as The Rise in Britain), with performing artists Matthew Lewis and Vanessa Kirby. The Newport Beach Film Festival in Newport Beach, California, screened Wasteland in April 2013. Likewise in 2012, Spall played Charlie Morgan in the tense film Comes a Bright Day.

2014

In 2014, he won the Best Actor Award at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival for Mr. Turner, a historical film on J. M. W. Turner coordinated by Mike Leigh.

2016

From 29 March to 14 May 2016, Spall assumed the title part of Davies in Harold Pinter’s play The Caretaker, coordinated by Matthew Warchus at the Old Vic theater in London inverse George MacKay and Daniel Mays.

Timothy Spall assumes different parts in Stanley A Man Of Variety, coordinated by Stephen Cookson and delivered by Red Rock Entertainment. Timothy got the Edgeware Outstanding Achievement Award for his execution in Stanley A Man of Variety.

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Timothy Spall Biography

Timothy Leonard Spall, OBE conceived 27 February 1957 in Battersea, London, England. He is an English character performing artist and incidental moderator. He turned into an easily recognized name in the UK in the wake of showing up as Barry Spencer Taylor in the 1983 ITV parody dramatization arrangement Auf Wiedersehen, Pet.

Spall got basic recognition for his execution in Secrets and Lies (1996), for which he was selected for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. Therefore, he featured in supporting parts including The Last Samurai (2003), Peter Pettigrew in the Harry Potter film arrangement (2004-2010), played Albert Pierrepoint in Pierrepoint (2005), Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007), Peter Taylor in The Damned United (2009) and Winston Churchill in The King’s Speech (2010).

Spall has additionally featured in the TV narrative Timothy Spall: …at Sea (2010– 2012). In 2014, he won the Best Actor grant at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival depicting J. M. W. Turner in Mike Leigh’s true to life film Mr. Turner.

Spall at first made his stamp in theater performing in creations for Birmingham Rep and, later, the Royal Shakespeare Company including The Merry Wives of Windsor, Three Sisters, Nicholas Nickleby and The Knight of the Burning Pestle.

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