Grab All The Details On Brett Goldstein's Net Worth!!
Brett Goldstein is a British comedian, actor, and writer. The 42-year-old actor's most well-known work is Ted Lasso, a sports comedy on Apple TV+ for which he won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
The 5'11'' tall actor is dating his girlfriend, Beth Rylance. In this article, learn about Goldstein's net worth and career.
As per Celebrity Net Worth, Brett Goldstein's net worth is over $5 million. His writings and productions, particularly his work on film and television, make up the majority of his earnings.
Brett Goldstein is a British comedian, actor, and writer.
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Goldstein has also made millions of people laugh while earning a fortune as a comedian. In addition to working in the media, he is a businessman with connections to the Yeezy shoe company.
Brett Goldstein first appeared in the short film Section Eight in 2003, then in the feature films Wish You Were Here and Slave. He played the role of Young Robert Dunsmore in both films, and he also wrote them.
Brett Goldstein first appeared in the short film Section Eight in 2003, then in the feature films Wish You Were Here and Slave.
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In 2009, Goldstein made his television debut in the ITV police procedural The Bill, and from 2012 to 2014, he played Tom in Ricky Gervais' Channel 4 series Derek. Brett also appeared in the films The Knot, The Comedian, and Everyone's Going to Die, as well as the short films Tattooed and For Life around this time.
From 2013 to 2016, Brett starred as Scott on the E4 sitcom Drifters, and as Casper on the BBC Three series Uncle from 2014 to 2017. From 2015 to 2016, he starred as Danny Jones in the mockumentary series Hoff the Record, alongside David Hasselhoff.
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Goldstein featured in the horror film Howl and the TV series Undercover in 2015, as well as guest-starring in Catherine Tate's Nan (which he also wrote for). He appeared in the comedy Adult Life Skills, which won him a British Independent Film Award, and went on tour with The Catherine Tate Live Show in 2016.
Brett appeared as Robert Dudley in the Battle of Trafalgar/The Virgin Queen episode and as James Garfield in the Alexander Graham Bell & James Garfield/Dambusters episode on Drunk History: UK in 2016 and 2017, and he worked in the Doctor Who episode The Tsuranga Conundrum in 2018.
Goldstein started playing Roy Kent on Ted Lasso alongside Jason Sudeikis in 2020. He was originally hired as a writer only by co-creator Bill Lawrence, but he felt a connection to the character of Roy.
Brett stated to For the Win in 2021, "I saved it until the very end of the writer's room. I didn't tell anyone, but I did record myself. I played Roy in five scenes. When I left, I emailed it. I said: "Look, I've had a fantastic time. I've been thinking that I might be able to play Roy. I believe I understand it completely. But if this makes you uncomfortable, or if this video is bad, or if you're embarrassed for me, just pretend you never saw it. I'll never ask you if you got it. We can still be buddies."
Goldstein has received numerous honors for his work on Ted Lasso, including a Primetime Emmy and a Critics' Choice Television Award. In 2020, he co-created the anthology series Soulmates with SuperBob co-writer Will Bridges, who has also written for Black Mirror and Stranger Things, and the show was renewed for a second season two months before it premiered.
Brett played Tony Stark in the May Cause Light Cannibalism episode of Robot Chicken in 2021. He recently signed a multi-year overall deal with Warner Bros. Television.
In Thor: Love and Thunder's mid-credits scene, Goldstein was revealed to be playing Hercules. He will play the character in future Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
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