Rufus Sewell is a British actor of the screen and stage who has a net worth of $8 million. He is known for his performances in such films as “Carrington,” “Hamlet,” “Dark City,” “The Illusionist,” and “Old,” and for his roles on such television series as “John Adams,” “Eleventh Hour,” and “The Man in the High Castle.” Among Sewell’s notable theater credits are the Tom Stoppard plays “Arcadia” and “Rock ‘n’ Roll.”
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|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date of Birth||October 29, 1967 (age 55 years)||Gender||Male|
|Height||6 ft (1.83 m)|
Sewell made his feature film debut in 1991 with a role in the independent drama “Twenty-One.” However, he had his breakthrough in 1993, when he starred in the violent, controversial “Dirty Weekend.” The year after that, he appeared alongside Albert Finney in “A Man of No Importance.” Sewell was subsequently in the biographical period film “Carrington”; Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of “Hamlet”; the suspense film “Victory”; and an adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel “The Woodlanders.” He had his biggest year yet in 1998, when he appeared in a total of five films: “Dangerous Beauty,” “Illuminata,” “Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence,” “At Sachem Farm,” and the science-fiction film “Dark City,” in which he starred as the amnesiac John Murdoch. Sewell closed out the decade with another starring role in the Australian film “In a Savage Land.”
In 1999, Sewell married his first wife, Australian fashion journalist Yasmin Abdallah; they ended up divorcing the following year. Later, in 2004, Sewell wed producer and screenwriter Amy Gardner. The couple had a son named William, and divorced in 2006. Sewell has another child, a daughter named Lola, from his relationship with Ami Komai.
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At times, I think of my career as a map. The closer you get to the map, the more you know where you are, but the closer I get to my career, the less happy I feel. At the same time, I have carved out the career for myself which I wanted.Rufus Sewell
Of course, I want to look good, as that helped me get jobs. But it didn't get me the jobs I wanted and it held me back.Rufus Sewell
I'm very, very happy with my recognition/lack of recognition in England in terms of my life. In terms of household name-age. The public's memory is very short, luckily.Rufus Sewell
A large part of my adolescence was spent doing my very best to draw attention to myself.Rufus Sewell
I recognize myself to a lesser or greater extent in everything I read, good and bad, and that's part of being a human being if you're honest enough. And obviously the darker parts are the things you don't let control you.Rufus Sewell