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Ben Chaplin Net Worth 2016 Update – Short bio, age, height, weight

Ben Chaplin Net Worth

Ben Chaplin made money by Actors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Ben Chaplin earned $500 Thousand. Exact sum is $515000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: July 31, 1969
Birth place: Windsor, United Kingdom
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.803 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United Kingdom
Partner: Rocio Oliver (2009Р )
Parents: Peter Greenwood, Cynthia Chaplin
TV shows: Mad Dogs, Dates, Game On, The Return of the Borrowers, The Book of Negroes, Harrys Law, Resort to Murder


Ben Chaplin Net Worth
Ben Chaplin Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Ben Chaplin
With charm to spare and dark, unassumingly handsome looks, British actor Ben Chaplin arrived on the Hollywood scene in smart and sexy fashion with the comedy The Truth About Cats & Dogs. While his habit for avoiding mainstream artificiality in favor of small, intense, independent vehicles is quite intact, in retrospect it looks as if he has purposely avoided glossy Hollywood stardom in search of quality work. Chaplin was born Benedict John Greenwood in Windsor, England, where he was raised, the youngest of four children of Cynthia, a drama teacher, and Peter Greenwood, a civil engineer. He first developed an interest in acting while appearing in a school play. He attended Londons Guildhall School of Music and Drama, but did not conform well to the schools program layout and left after his first year to scout out the local theatre scene. A one-time statistician for the London Transport Authority during his fledgling years as a young actor, he made his TV debut in 1990. His first role of note occurred with a co-starring role in the TV-movie Bye Bye Baby. This led to an introduction to film-making with a small part as a footman in the Merchant Ivory period drama The Remains of the Day starring Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson. After a breakthrough playing a social misfit in the film Feast of July and a show-stopping, offbeat role in the BBC TV series Game-On, Hollywood quickly took notice and he was offered the role of the photographer who gets caught between two women in The Truth About Cats & Dogs co-starring Uma Thurman and Janeane Garofalo. Just as in acting school, he was unwilling to conform to the Hollywood system and immediately sought out work on the London stage. Following theatre roles in The Neighbour and Peaches, he earned winning reviews and an Olivier Award nomination for his compelling portrayal of Tom Wingfield opposite theatre legend Zo&#235- Wanamaker in The Glass Menagerie on the London stage. Quite in demand by this time for films he appeared alongside Jennifer Jason Leigh and Albert Finney in Р™