Colin Firth Net Worth is estimated to be $32 million dollars. Colin Firth is the recipient of various accolades, including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, two British Academy Film Awards, and three Screen Actors Guild Awards. In 2012, Colin Firth founded the production company Raindog Films, where he served as a producer for Eye in the Sky (2015) and Loving (2016). His films have grossed more than $3 billion from 42 releases worldwide.
Colin Firth Net Worth
|Net Worth||$32 Million|
|Loans & Liabilities||$3 Million|
Colin Firth Cars
Colin Firth has recently purchased a brand-new Bugatti Divo for a whopping $7 Million USD. Colin Firth also owns a Audi A6 that’s worth more than $120,000 USD. Few of the other cars owned by Colin Firth are listed below along with their prices.
|Bentley Continental GT||$900,000 USD|
|Porsche Macan||$160,000 USD|
|Lexus ES||$135,000 USD|
|Jaguar XE||$80,000 USD|
Colin Firth Salary per movie
|Kingsman: The Golden Circle||$5 Million|
|The King’s Speech||$3 Million|
|The Accidental Husband||$1 Million|
|Shakespeare in Love||$700,000|
Colin Firth Childhood
Colin Firth was born in the village of Grayshott, Hampshire. As a child, Firth frequently travelled due to his parents’ work, spending some years in Nigeria. On returning to England, he attended the Montgomery of Alamein Secondary School (now Kings’ School), which at the time was a state comprehensive school in Winchester, Hampshire.
Firth began attending drama workshops at age 10, and by 14 had decided to be a professional actor. Until further education, he was not academically inclined. After his sixth form years, Firth moved to London and joined the National Youth Theatre, where he made many contacts and got a job in the wardrobe department at the National Theatre.
Colin Firth Early Career
Playing Hamlet in the Drama Centre end-of-year production, Firth was spotted by playwright Julian Mitchell, who cast him as the gay, ambitious public schoolboy Guy Bennett in the 1983 West End production of Another Country.
In 1987, Firth and other up-and-coming British actors such as Tim Roth, Bruce Payne and Paul McGann, were dubbed the ‘Brit Pack’. Firth finally became a British household name through his role as the aloof, haughty aristocrat Mr. Darcy in the 1995 BBC television adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
Colin Firth’s Critical Success
Firth featured in the ensemble all-star cast of Richard Curtis’ Love Actually (2003), another financial success. In 2005 Firth appeared in Nanny McPhee with Emma Thompson, in which he plays a struggling widowed father, it was a rare venture for him into the fantasy genre.
In 2008, he played the adult Blake Morrison reminiscing on his difficult relationship with his ailing father in the film adaptation of Morrison’s memoir, And When Did You Last See Your Father? It received generally favorable reviews.
Firth starred in the 2010 film The King’s Speech as Prince Albert, Duke of York/King George VI, detailing his efforts to overcome his speech impediment while becoming monarch of the United Kingdom at the end of 1936. At the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)
Firth appeared as senior British secret agent Bill Haydon in the 2011 adaptation of the John le Carré novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, directed by Tomas Alfredson and co-starring Gary Oldman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hardy, Mark Strong and John Hurt. It gathered mostly excellent reviews.
In 2017, he reprised his role as Jamie from 2003’s Love Actually in the television short film Red Nose Day Actually, by original writer and director Richard Curtis.