|Celebrated Name:||Jeremy Irons|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Jeremy John Irons|
|Age:||72 years old|
|Birth Date:||September 19, 1948|
|Birth Place:||Cowes, Isle of Wight, England|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Julie Hallam (m, 1969; div, 1969), Sinead Cusack (m,1978)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Yes ( Samuel Irons and Maximillian Irons)|
|Is Jeremy Irons Gay?:||No|
|Profession:||Actor and Voice Actor|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$20 million|
|Last Updated:||November 2020|
Jeremy Irons is well known as an actor, a voice actor, and an activist. His voice is recognized to be of uniqueness, lending it to different films. His training started in the theatres appearing on different stages after where he sharpened his acting skills and debuted to acting as his fulltime profession in cinema. Since his early age, he has featured in many movies and of many varieties. Jeremy has worked on radio and television with favor to his unnoticeable voice.
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Early Life & Biography
Being born on September 19, 1948, in Cowes, Isle of Wight, England to Paul Dugan Irons, an accountant, and Barbara Anne. He has Scottish and Irish ancestry giving him a County Cork history. His siblings are Christopher as a brother and Felicity, the sister.
Jeremy attended an independent Sherborne School from 1962 to 1966 in Dorset. In the school, he was the drummer of a four-person band named Four Pillars of Wisdom.
Jeremy, in 1969, married Julie Hallam but later divorced in the same year. He married an Irish actress Cusack Sinead in 1978, and they have two sons Maximillian Irons an actor, and Samuel Irons works as a photographer. Both of the sons have appeared together with their father in films. His children and wife are Catholic. Jeremy also practices Catholic practices.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on September 19, 1948, Jeremy Irons is 72 years old as of today’s date 30th November 2020. His height is 1.87 m tall, and his weight is 82 kg.
Jeremy’s career started in the 1970s, on a British television appearing in a children’s series “Play Away,” and on a BBC series “Notorious Woman.” In 1977 he featured in “Love for Lydia,” attracting a role of a German pipe smoking Student and “Langrishe, Go Down” movie in 1978. Charles Ryder is the role that raised his profile significantly on the television adaptation of “Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited” in 1981. The show ranks as the most successful television in British.
His main debut in film is “Nijinsky” in 1980. In 1986 appearing in “The Mission,” and “Dead Ringers” in 1988. Jeremy was in other films such as; “Danny The Champion of the world” in 1989, “Reversal of Fortune” in 1990, “Damage,” “M. Butterfly,” and “House of the spirits” in 1993, the voice of Scar in “The Lion King” in 1994, “Die Hard” in 1995, a remake of “Loita” in 1997 and “The Man in the Iron Mask” film in 1998.
Jeremy continues acting in the years and 2000 he had a role in the film “Dungeons and Dragons,” “The Machine” in 2002, “Harry Potter” in 2004, “Heath Ledger,” “Ridley,” and “The Scott’s Kingdom of Heaven” in 2005. In 2008, Jeremy was in Appaloosa film, “Margin Call,” a thriller in 2011, “Trashed” an environmental documentary in 2012 as executive producer, “The Man Who Knew Infinity” in 2015, “Dawn of Justice” in 2016, “Justice League” in 2017. In 2018 he played roles in the spy thriller film “Red Sparrow.”
Jeremy has extensive voice work throughout his career. Playing major voice roles such as the poetry of “T.S Eliot” for BBC Radio 4. He lends his voice in 1994 to Scar in the “Lion King.” His narration of “Behind the magic” at Walt Disney Studio Park.
Jeremy serves in the audio guide for Westminster Abbey as the English-language version in London. In national geography, Iron has served as a voice-over in big cat documentary films, “Eye of the Leopard,” released in 2006. Jeremy has also narrated a French-produced documentary, “Life on Fire,” about volcanos aired in 2013 in the United States.
Awards & Achievements
In his acting, Jeremy has been nominated in various awards such as; Golden Globes, USA, BAFTA Awards, AARP Movies for Grownups Awards, Awards Circuit Community Awards, Behind the Voice Actors Awards, Central Ohio Film Critics Association, Grammy Awards and The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards.
He has also won the following awards;
- Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries.
- Pusan International Film Festival for Hand Printing
- New York Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Actor
- European Film Awards for Special Achievement Award
- Academy Awards, USA for Best Actor in a Leading Role an Oscar award.
Net Worth & Salary of Jeremy Irons in 2020
As of November 2020, Jeremy Irons’s net worth is $20 million. His wealth has been contributed mainly by his acting career. He is also a voice actor and has worked with big TV stations and radio as well for his audio performances in different films and talks. Jeremy owns a castle near the Ballydehob County Cork, Ireland.
In the United Nations, he is also an employee as the ambassador for Agriculture, and the Chancellor of Bath Spa University where he also gets income
Apart from his acting career, Jeremy has a thing for charity. He is the patron to Emergency Response Team Search and Rescue, which is a disaster response united recognized by the United Nations. Also, he is a supporter of other charities such as the prison Phoenix trust of England and Evidence for Development based in London, which seeks in preventing famine, improving the lives of the world’s most-needy people and delivering food aid.
Jeremy is also a Chancellor to the Bath Spa University.