Will Poulter Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Will Poulter Net Worth $5 Million Dollars
Will Poulter net worth: Will Poulter is an English actor that has a net worth of $5 million dollars. He got widespread notice for his critically acclaimed performance in the film, “Son of Rambow”, when he was 15 years old. Then he went on to appear in the television series, “Lead Balloon”, and co-starred on the comedy series, “The School of Comedy”. In the late 2000s, he shifted his focus to film work, appearing as Eustace Stubb in “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader”, “Wild Bill”, and “We’re the Millers”. He is slated to appear in multiple jobs during the next few years, including “Plastic”, “The Maze Runner”, “Kids in Love”, and “Glassland”.
January 28, 1993
Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
The Harrodian School
Caroline Poulter, Neil Poulter
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss/Best Fight/Best Breakthrough Performance (2014 (2014), 2015), BAFTA Rising Star Award (2006)
MTV Movie Award for Best Musical Moment, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Liplock, Empire Award for Best Male Newcomer, British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer
“We`re The Millers” (2013), “Wild Bill” (2011), “Glassland” (2014), “The Maze Runner” (2014), “The Revenant” (2015), “Kids In Love” (2016)
“Comedy: Shuffle” (2007), “Comedy Lab” (2008), “School Of Comedy” (2009-2010)
Is good friends with his "Narnia" co-star, Ben Barnes.
He loves acting, and playing football.
[when asked if he would be portraying Pennywise in It (2017)] I don't know. I don't know. I was once when Mr Fukunaga was directing, but the circumstances at New Line are such that a new director's attached now. I think, with all due respect to him of course, I was selected by Cary and subscribed to Cary's vision for the movie, and so I haven't had a chance to connect with that [new] director. Of course, I have a relationship with New Line so I'm grateful to them for taking a punt on me - both for We're The Millers and It. But my involvement remains to be seen.
I think what makes Narnia a magical place is that it offers escapism - escapism from a world that is so different from the reality known by the characters and the reality known by the fans.
My teacher told my mum, 'I think William has dyspraxia,' and Mum asked what that meant. She said, 'Well, if I put a chair in the middle of the room and asked every child in the class to walk around it, William would be the only child in the class to walk into it.' Mum was like, 'Yeah, that's my boy'.
Seeing the actual, 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe', I absolutely loved it. It became one of my favourite films. It was a real Christmas classic and it was one of the most popular films ever in British history. So I think if someone told me that I'd be part of the franchise, then I would have thought they were mad.
Somehow I got a place at Bristol University. I'm still waiting for the phone call to say that they made a mistake and got the wrong person.
I need to try and get away from that brat role, or people are going to think I'm a natural brat.
I absolutely love Leonardo DiCaprio.
The thing I get a lot is, 'You've got a very recognisable face.' I'm never quite sure what to make of it.
I joined the after-school club, School of Comedy, which progressed wildly, and in quite a Hollywood way. It sounds like 'School of Rock', right up to trying to raise money to pay for a venue in Edinburgh.
I asked if I could keep Ben, but his agent told me to go away.