Eddie Marsan is a British born actor, and he has an estimated net worth of $0.8 million. He is best known for his appearance in 2008 film Happy-Go-Lucky for which he won a few awards. As of 2018, he has already appeared in cinema Entebbe as Shimon Peres. And fans can expect to see more of him by the end of 2018.
Born on 9th June 1968, the 49-year-old is a married man and is currently married to makeup artist, Janine Schneider. Together they have four children and are living a happy life.
Moving on, if you are interested in net worth, career, and awards of the actor, you are at the right place. Here we are going to share some information on the topics.
Eddie Marsan net worth and earnings.
As of 2018, Eddie's net worth has been estimated to be $0.8 million. He is quite a big name in the industry and fans are often shocked to find such low figures. We are unsure why his net worth is so low as compared to other celebrities, but since the actor himself has not expressed any dissatisfaction, we have nothing to say.
Meanwhile, there is no information about his salaries from films and appearances and earnings from other sources. The only information available is that he has an estimated net worth of $0.8 million.
Source: Digital Spy
It seems the actor is not interested in the glitz of glamor of Hollywood showing off how much he earns and makes from movies. Moreover, he is known to appear more as a supporting character than in a leading role which might be the reason why he is so underrated in the film industry despite his marvelous works.
Eddie Marsan's career and awards
Eddie made his debut as an actor back in 1997 through the role of Brian Clapton in the film Get Well Soon. In the same year, he also appeared in a minor character in the movie The Man Who Knew Too Little.
Watch the trailer for The Man Who Knew Too Little
In 1998, the actor stayed out of the industry and again made an appearance in the following years in movies like The Vice, This Year's Love and Janice Beard 45 WPM.
In 2000, he portrayed the role of Eddie Miller in the movie Gangster No.1. The role can be considered his breakthrough role as he came into the limelight through it and to date, it is regarded as one of his best works.
Watch the trailer for Gangster No.1
The movie starring Paul Bettany has a rating of 71% on Rotten Tomatoes. Its production budget was GBP 10,000 while it made over GBP 22,000 domestically.
Throughout the years, he appeared in films like The Monkey King, 21 Grams, Vera Drake, The Secret Life of Words and many others.
In 2008, he proved that he was in the industry to last as he appeared in one of his most well-known films Happy-Go-Lucky as Scott. For the role, he won a Chlotrudis Award, The National Society of Film Critics Award and The London Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Eddie Marsan The London Film Critics Circle Award