Timothy Spall Net Worth — 'Harry Potter' Is Not His Biggest Project
Find out all the details on the net worth and earnings of the renowned English actor Timothy Leonard Spall.
Timothy Spall is well known for his role as 'Peter Pettigrew' in the 'Harry Potter' films. Timothy acted in 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1,' 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2,' 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,' 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,' 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,' and 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.'
Timothy has acted in various other movies and television series throughout his career. Some of them include 'Hamlet,' 'Nicholas Nickleby,' 'The Last Samurai,' 'Enchanted,' 'The Damned United,' 'The King's Speech,' 'Ginger and Rosa,' 'Denial,' and 'The Party.' There are many more to the list, as the veteran actor has been in the industry for over 42 years after all. In the four decades of acting career, how much money has the 63-year-old made? Let's find out.
What is Timothy Spall's Net Worth?
As of May 2020, Timothy Spall possesses an estimated net worth of $5 million. Timothy Spall made this fortune from his works in the entertainment industry for over four decades. Over the course of this long period of his professional career, he worked in numerous movies and television series, all of which contribute to his current wealth.
Timothy Spall currently possesses an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Timothy Spall earned an estimated average of $10,000 for his role in 'Harry Potter' films, with a total of about $60,000. He is best known for his part as the character 'Peter Pettigrew', but 'Harry Potter' is not the only big-name movie Timothy has played in. Spall starred in 'Secrets & Lies,' the 1996 movie about the story of a successful black woman who discovers that her birth mother is an underprivileged white woman, but the woman denies it. Spall earned a nomination for the 'BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role' for the portrayal of the character 'Maurice Purley' in the film. He earned a $50,000 salary from the movie.
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Similarly, some other films Timothy Spall played in are 'Hamlet,' 'Nicholas Nickleby,' 'The Last Samurai,' 'Enchanted,' 'The Damned United,' 'The King's Speech,' 'Ginger and Rosa,' 'Denial,' and 'The Party.' He used to earn between $40,000 and $50,000 from these films.
Denial TRAILER 1 (2016) - Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall Movie HD
Timothy first came into prominence from the comedy-drama series 'Auf Wiedersehen, Pet' in 1983. He played the role of the character 'Barry Spencer Taylor' in the ITV series, which helped him gain fame in the United Kingdom. He earned around $5,000 per episode from the show.
Besides, Timothy Spall has worked with director Mike Leigh in making six films in collaboration. The movies are 'Home Sweet Home,' 'Life is Sweet,' 'Secrets & Lies,' 'Topsy-Turvy,' 'All or Nothing,' and 'Mr. Turner.' He has also starred in the television documentary 'Timothy Spall: ...at Sea,' from 2010 to 2012. Spall portrayed the role of 'J. M. W. Turner' in Mike Leigh's biographical film 'Mr. Turner.' He won the Best Actor award at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival for his part in the movie.
Timothy Spall's Cars
Timothy Spall currently lives a happy life in London with his wife Shane Spall and three children. But things were not always well for Timothy. In 1996, he was lying in his hospital bed seriously ill with leukemia. One day, while still in the hospital, he began to think about cars. He was thinking to himself and deciding that he should buy a Rolls-Royce if he recovered from the illness.
Timothy Spall bought a Rolls Royce after recovering from leukemia in 1996.
Timothy relates the memory in an article by The Times: "I remember thinking: if I get through this, I will get myself a Rolls-Royce. And when I did recover, that is exactly what I did — a big old boxy Rolls. I looked like an LA drugs dealer, but I didn't care what people thought. I felt I deserved it." And that's how Spall bought his first fancy car.
Timothy also owns a BMW 5 Series car.
Source: The Telegraph and Argus
Timothy also owns a BMW 5 Series car. He was spotted driving the car when he was attending the Bradford Film Festival in 2011. He was taking part in the event for the UK premiere of his latest film, 'Reuniting the Rubins.'
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