Colin Andrew Firth CBE is an English actor. He was identified in the mid-1980s with the “Brit Pack” of rising young British actors, undertaking a challenging series of roles, including leading roles in A Month in the Country, Tumbledown and Valmont.
Colin Firth Net Worth 2023
|Net Worth:||$30 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Sep 10, 1960 (62 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.87 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor|
Colin Andrew Firth was born on the 10th of September, 1960, in England. Firth is the son to Shirley Jean and David Norman Firth. His mother was a comparative religion lecturer while his father was a history lecturer. He attended the Montgomery of Alamein Secondary School on his return to the U.K. where he found it hard to fit in. He was constantly bullied by his classmates, because of which he lost his interest in studies.
Firth was in a relationship with his “Valmont” co-star Meg Tilly in 1989 and the two had a son together, William Joseph Firth, in 1990. William is also an actor and appeared alongside his father in “Bridget Jones’s Baby” in 2016. Firth and Tilly split in 1994. Firth married Italian film producer Livia Giuggioli in 1997. The couple has two sons, Luca and Matteo.” The family divided their time between Wandsworth, London, and Umbria, Italy. The pair separated in 2019, two years after it was revealed publicly that Giuggioli had an affair with an Italian journalist.
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|
Here are some of the best highlights of Colin Firth’s career:
- Bridget Jones’s Diary (Movie, 2001)
- Mamma Mia (Movie, 2008)
- Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Movie, 2017)
His first job was in the wardrobe department at the National Theatre. After this stint, he went to study at the Drama Centre London where he started appearing in stage productions. In 1988, he portrayed the real-life soldier Robert Lawrence in the BBC drama ‘Tumbledown’ which was about the story of a brave soldier who is severely injured at the Battle of Mount Tumbledown. His role was highly acclaimed. His breakthrough role happened in 1995. He was selected to play the haughty aristocrat Mr. Darcy in a television adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ which finally got him the fame he deserved. He was part of the ensemble cast of the Christmas-themed film, ‘Love Actually’ in 2003 which explored the different aspects of love shown through ten interwoven stories. The year 2009 was a remarkable one for him. He played King George VI in the epic historical drama, ‘The King’s Speech’ in 2010. The story revolves around how King George copes with a stammer and tries to overcome it.