Gary Oldman net worth
Current Net Worth – $40 Million (USD – 4 Crores), (Rupees – 303 Crores)
Gary Oldman short biography
|Net Worth||$40 Million|
|Born||March 21, 1958 (Age – 64)|
|Identified as||Actor, Filmmaker|
|Education||West Greenwich School, Deptford; Rose Bruford College, Sidcup, Southeast London|
|Residence||Los Angeles, United States|
|Spousal status||Married (Lesley Manville M. 1987; Div. 1990) , (Uma Thurman M. 1990; Div. 1992), (Donya Fiorentino M. 1997; Div. 2001), (Alexandra Edenborough M. 2008; Div. 2015), (Gisele Schmidt M. 2017)|
Gary Oldman has a net worth of $40 Million (Rupees – 303 Crores), is an Actor, Filmmaker, most known for his amazing acting in the movies.
Gary Leonard Oldman is an actor and filmmaker from England.
He has garnered several awards for his variety and dramatic acting technique, including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and three British Academy Film Awards.
He is one of the highest-grossing actors of all time, with over $11 billion in worldwide box office receipts.
Oldman served as an executive producer on films such as The Contender, Plunkett & Macleane (1999), and Nil by Mouth (1997), which he also wrote and directed.
He performed in television programs such as Fallen Angels, Tracey Takes On…, and Friends, as well as in video games such as The Legend of Spyro and Call of Duty, where he voiced Ignitius and Viktor Reznov, respectively.
He also appeared in music videos for David Bowie, Guns N’ Roses, and Annie Lennox.
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Gary Oldman biography
|Full Name||Gary Leonard Oldman|
|Height||5,8 feet, 174 cm|
Gary Leonard Oldman was born on March 21, 1958, in New Cross, London, to Leonard Bertram Oldman (1921–1985), a former sailor who also worked as a welder, and Kathleen, a former sailor who also worked as a welder.
Oldman’s father, he claimed, was an alcoholic who abandoned the family when he was seven years old.
Maureen Oldman, better known as Laila Morse, is an actress who starred in Oldman’s directorial debut Nil by Mouth (1997) before going on to play Mo Harris in the BBC serial opera EastEnders.
Oldman was a Millwall F.C. fan growing up in south London, but he also watched Manchester United because of his idol, George Best.
His mother told him in 2011 that his father had played for Millwall shortly after WWII: “After the war, he maintained a boarding house for Millwall football players. And I knew my father was linked with the reserve team in some way.
During the mid-1970s, Oldman studied at Greenwich’s Young People’s Theatre while working on assembly lines, as a porter in an operating theatre, selling shoes, and beheading pigs at a slaughterhouse.
He applied unsuccessfully to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), which invited him back the next year but urged him to seek employment elsewhere. Oldman remarked that “the art speaks for itself” when asked by Charlie Rose if he had reminded RADA of this.
He received a scholarship at Rose Bruford College in Sidcup, south-east London, where he earned a BA in Acting in 1979.
During his tenure there, Oldman describes himself as a “shy” yet hardworking worker who played Puck in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
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Oldman attended Deptford’s West Greenwich School until he left at the age of 16 to work at a sports store.
He used to play the piano as a youngster, but after witnessing Malcolm McDowell’s performance in the film The Raging Moon, he decided to pursue acting instead (1971).
Oldman was the first in his class to gain professional employment after graduating from theatre school; he noted that this was not due to his skill, but rather to his hard work and dedication.
From 1980 to 1981, Oldman performed in Christopher Marlowe’s The Massacre at Paris, Shaun Lawton’s Desperado Corner, and Robert David MacDonald’s plays Chinchilla and A Waste of Time.
Director Alex Cox had watched the 1984 staging of The Pope’s Wedding and offered Oldman the role of musician Sid Vicious in the 1986 film Sid and Nancy.
In late 1988, he co-starred in We Think the World of You with “hero” Alan Bates, and in 1989, he co-starred in the Chattahoochee with Dennis Hopper and Frances McDormand.
In 1990, Oldman featured alongside Tim Roth in Tom Stoppard’s cinematic version of his own play, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead.
He played Count Dracula in Francis Ford Coppola’s romantic horror film Bram Stoker’s Dracula in 1992.
In the 1994 film Léon: The Professional, he played corrupt DEA officer Norman Stansfield, who has since been hailed as one of cinema’s finest villains and a most corrupt policeman by several magazines.
In 2001, he played Mason Verger, Hannibal Lecter’s lone surviving victim, opposite Anthony Hopkins in Hannibal.
Oldman rose to fame again in 2004 when he was cast as Harry Potter’s godfather Sirius Black in the Harry Potter film series.
The Book of Eli stars Denzel Washington and Oldman in 2010.
In 2015, Oldman starred opposite Noomi Rapace and Joel Kinnaman as the chief of police investigating Tom Hardy’s character in Child 44 and had a supporting role in the post-apocalyptic American thriller Man Down, directed by Dito Montiel and starring Shia LaBeouf and Kate Mara.
Oldman had three film roles in 2017: a billionaire entrepreneur in The Space Between Us, a dictatorial President in The Hitman’s Bodyguard, and former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Joe Wright’s war drama Darkest Hour, for which he received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Churchill.
In 2018, Oldman acted in Hunter Killer opposite Gerard Butler and voiced an evil artificial intelligence in Netflix’s indie film Tau, which was his first post-Oscar performance.
In 2020, Oldman appears as Herman J. Mankiewicz, co-writer of Citizen Kane, in David Fincher’s black-and-white Netflix historical drama Mank, which recounts Mankiewicz’s difficult creation of the Citizen Kane script alongside director Orson Welles.
Slow Horses, an Apple TV+ spy drama television series based on the novel of the same name, stars Oldman as a cantankerous manager of intelligence officers in 2022.
Gary Oldman some movies
|1987||Prick Up Your Ears|
|1990||Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead|
|1995||Murder in the First|
|1998||Quest for Camelot|
|2007||Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix|
|2009||A Christmas Carol|
|2011||Red Riding Hood|
|2021||Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard|
Gary Oldman income model
|Monthly Income||$4 Lakh+ (Rupees – 3 Crore+)|
|Yearly Income||$5 Million+ (Rupees – 37 Crore+)|
Private & early life
Views and way of life
Oldman relocated to Los Angeles in the early 1990s after establishing himself as an actor.
Despite his multiple leads and supporting parts in big Hollywood films, he maintains a high level of privacy and is well-known for his views on celebrity culture and Hollywood ideals: “Being famous is a whole other profession. And I don’t have the energy to do it.” He defined himself as a libertarian in 2014.
During the early 1990s, Oldman’s drinking was well-known; he was arrested for drunk driving in 1991 and checked himself into treatment in 1994. In later interviews, he admitted his alcoholism and, in a 2001 interview with Charlie Rose, referred to himself as a recovered alcoholic.
He is now a teetotaler (he has been clean since 1997) and credits his success in defeating his addiction to attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, which he has publicly lauded.
Families and marriages
Oldman has had five marriages. In 1987, he married Lesley Manville, an English actress, and their son Alfie was born the following year.
In 1989, three months after their son was born, Oldman and Manville called it quits.
He’s got a new wife, and we all get along… Gary and I are friends,” she said in 2018, indicating that they are on excellent terms. Through Alfie, they have two grandkids, Matilda and Ozzy Oldman.
During the filming of State of Grace, Oldman met American actress Uma Thurman; they married in 1990 but divorced in 1992.
He was engaged to Isabella Rossellini, his co-star in Immortal Beloved, from 1994 to 1996, but the couple never married.
Oldman was married to American model Donya Fiorentino from 1997 until 2001, and they had two sons: Gulliver and Charlie.
During the couple’s divorce, Oldman was exonerated of a domestic abuse accusation made by Fiorentino, and he was given exclusive legal and physical custody of the children; Fiorentino was given limited, state-supervised access contingent on her passing drug and alcohol tests.
After dismissing charges that Oldman had drugged and physically assaulted the children, a judge limited her access to them in 2003.
Gulliver, who was said to have seen the alleged domestic assault by Fiorentino, has bemoaned the “suffering and sorrow” caused by his mother’s “lies” throughout the years, notably slamming the media’s “disgusting” continuation of the assault accusation.
Oldman married Alexandra Edenborough, an English singer and actress, in Santa Barbara, California on December 31, 2008.
Edenborough filed for divorce on January 9, 2015, and it was finalized in September of the same year.
Oldman married writer and art curator Gisele Schmidt in a private wedding at his manager Douglas Urbanski’s house in August 2017.
|1988||Best Actor in a Leading Role|
|2001||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series|
|2017||Best International Actor|