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Alex Lawther was born on 4 May 1995, in Petersfield, Hampshire, England, and he is an actor perhaps best known for being a part of the film “The Imitation Game”, in which he plays a young Alan Turing, and for which he was awarded a London Film Critics Circle Award for Young British Performer of the Year. He’s been active in the industry since 2011 and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Alex Lawther? As of late-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $700,000, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Alex Lawther Net Worth $700,000
Growing up, Alex aspired to be an actor and he would often create his own games for entertainment. In 2010, he started working with his older brother, who is a film producer, on the project “The Fear”. He also did acting work as a part of the drama club at Churcher’s College, playing Ratty in a school production of “The Wind of the Willows”, based on the children’s novel of the same name. He also trained with the National Youth Theatre, and was set to attend King’s College London before finding work as a professional actor.
Lawther then pursued acting as a career, and more opportunities would open for him to increase his net worth. He made his professional debut at the age of 16, becoming a part of the production “South Downs” as John Blakemore, at the Chichester Festival Theatre. In 2014, he made his feature film debut in “The Imitation Game”, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and which would win an Academy Award. The film is based on the life of Alan Turing who decoded German intelligence codes for the British Government during World War II. Lawther would win a Young British Performer of the Year Award thanks to his performance. The following year, he had a supporting role in the film “X+Y”, which also received a lot of critical acclaim. The film was released in the US under the title “A Brilliant Young Mind”, and which was inspired by a documentary of mathematics prodigy Nathan. One of his latest projects was an appearance in an episode of the series “Black Mirror”, entitled “Shut Up and Dance”, adding steadily to his net worth.
In 2017, Alex also had numerous projects, including “Goodbye Christopher Robin”, “Howards End” and “Freak Show”; these continued opportunities have raised his net worth further.
For his personal life, it is known that during Alex’s free time he does kayaking, reads books, and watches films and theatre productions. He cites actor Ben Whishaw as his idol. His parents both work in the field of law, while he has an older sister in public policy. His older brother is film producer Cameron Lawther. He’s also been given recognition by actress Maggie Smith, who has praised his talent for acting.
|Date Of Birth||May 4, 1995|
|Place Of Birth||Petersfield, Hampshire, England|
|Education||Churcher's College, King's College London|
|Siblings||Cameron Lawther, Ellie Lawther|
|Nominations||WhatsOnStage Award for London Newcomer of the Year|
|Movies||The Imitation Game, X+Y, Departure, Freak Show, Carnage, Goodbye Christopher Robin, Ghost Stories, The End of the F***ing World, Howards End, Yussef Is Complicated, Benjamin Britten: Peace and Conflict|
|1||Brother of Cameron Lawther.|
|The End Of The F***ing World||2017||TV Series post-production||James|
|Ghost Stories||2017||completed||Simon Rifkind|
|Goodbye Christopher Robin||2017||Christopher Robin Aged 18|
|Carnage: Swallowing the Past||2017||Joseph|
|Freak Show||2017||Billy Bloom|
|Howards End||2017||TV Mini-Series||Tibby Schlegel|
|Black Mirror||2016||TV Series||Kenny|
|Narrated By||2016||Short||Sam Sipowitz|
|Yussef Is Complicated||2015||Short||Rory|
|A Brilliant Young Mind||2014||Isaac Cooper|
|The Imitation Game||2014||Young Alan Turing|
|Holby City||2014||TV Series||Fred Bamber|
|Benjamin Britten: Peace and Conflict||2013||Benjamin Britten|
|The Fear||2010/I||Short||The Boy|
|2015||ALFS Award||London Critics Circle Film Awards||Young British Performer of the Year||The Imitation Game (2014)|
|2014||Best British Newcomer||London Film Festival||The Imitation Game (2014)|