How rich is Rowan Atkinson?
Rowan Atkinson Net Worth:
|Birth date:||January 6, 1955|
|Birth place:||Consett, United Kingdom|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Voice Actor|
|Spouse:||Sunetra Sastry (m. 1990)|
|Children:||Lily Atkinson, Benjamin Atkinson|
Rowan Atkinson wiki & biography:
Rowan Atkinson Net Worth $130 Million
It’s been reported that Rowan Atkinson net worth reaches an approximation of 130 million dollars. To the biggest area of the people, Rowan Atkinson is referred to as a comic and an actor from England. Yet, not a lot of men and women understand that Rowan Atkinson is additionally involved into engineering and is an electrical engineer. Besides being an actor and also a comic, Rowan Atkinson is also a screenwriter which helps you to accumulate the enormous Rowan Atkinson net worth a lot.
He is mostly known as the main character in the TV series called “Mr. Bean”. Along with it, Rowan Atkinson has additionally appeared in other TV shows such as “The Thin Blue Line” and “Blackadder”. Talking about his profession as a comic, Rowan Atkinson was listed in the Top 50 funniest performers in the magazine “The Observer” in Britain.
In addition, the performer had a lot of success in appearing in other film productions that were based on his character as Mr. Bean. These productions include “Mr. Bean” and “Mr. Bean’s Holiday”. These films raised the total amount of Rowan Atkinson net worth a lot. Also, Rowan Atkinson starred in films “Johnny English” and its sequel “Johnny English Reborn”.
After finished high school, Rowan Atkinson studied at the Queen’s College in Oxford where he studied electrical engineering. During the start of his career as an actor, Rowan Atkinson met Howard Goodall and Richard Curtis with whom the performer collaborated in his later career in acting and humor.
In 1978, Rowan Atkinson acted in the show called “The Atkinson People” which was broadcasted around the BBC Radio 3. Moreover, he kept on working in the BBC when he got a position as a host of the Not the Nine o’Clock News. Other stars were also hosting the show which included Mel Smith, Pamela Stephenson and Griff Rhys Jones.
His successful performance in the Not the Nine o’Clock News led him to appear in another TV show which was called “The Black Adder”. Mel worked in the creating of the series collectively with Richard Curtis. Thus, lots of TV shows added a lot to the overall sum of Rowan Atkinson net worth. “The Black Adder” also became among the most widely used and most successful TV situation comedies to the BBC.