Ben Chaplin Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Ben Chaplin Net Worth $500 Thousand Dollars
Ben Chaplin net worth: Ben Chaplin is an English actor who has a net worth of $500 thousand dollars. Produced in Windsor, Berkshire, England on July 31, 1969, Chaplin is famous for his roles in The Remains of the Day, Game On (situation comedy), The Truth About Cats and Dogs, The Thin Red Line, Murder By Numbers, The Touch, Birthday Girl, and Dorian Gray. He earned an Olivier Award for his work in The Glass Menagerie along with a Tony Award for his performance in The Retreat from Moscow. Chaplin is has been active in the entertainment industry since 1990 and attended Princess Margaret Royal Free School together with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He’s now dating Rocio Oliver.
July 31, 1970
Windsor, Berkshire, England
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Rocio Oliver, Rocio Oliver
Peter Greenwood, Cynthia Chaplin
Justin Greenwood, Sarah Greenwood, Rachel Greenwood
Satellite Award for Best Ensemble – Motion Picture
Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play, Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role
Dorian Gray, The Thin Red Line, Cinderella, The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep, Birthday Girl, The Truth About Cats & Dogs, Murder by Numbers, Little Boy, Stage Beauty, London Boulevard, The Remains of the Day, Lost Souls, Ways to Live Forever, Twixt, Feast of July, Me and Orson Welles, Chromophobia, Washington Square, The New World, The Legend of Tarzan, The Touch, War Book, Two Weeks
The Book of Negroes, Mad Dogs, Dates, Harry's Law, Game On, The Return of the Borrowers, Resort to Murder
I'd like to keep working on both sides of the Atlantic. But settling down is not something I can really compute as I've lived out of a bag since I was 17. Being an actor is well paid but it's a bit like being a circus traveler. There's no base except for where your friends and family are. Wherever I settle, I know I can't spend a lot of time there so I have to grab the bits of time that I have at home, when I can, and just enjoy them. But it's a transient existence.
When you arrive in L.A. as an Englishman you might as well be on the moon. People just don't understand you if you speak too fast and most people there think you're Australian. Ordering was incredibly complicated. I was speechless.