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Brenton Thwaites Wiki/Biography
Brenton Thwaites was born on the 10th August 1989, in Cairns, Queensland, Australia, and is an actor who is probably best known for appearing in the role of Luke Gallagher in the “SLiDE” TV series back in 2011. Besides this, he is also widely recognized for starring in movies “The Giver” (2014), “Maleficent” (2014) and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” (2017).
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this talented Australian actor has accumulated so far? How rich Brenton Thwaites is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Brenton Thwaites’ net worth, as of early 2018, revolves around the sum of $8 million which has largely been acquired through his acting career, active since 2010.
Brenton Thwaites Net Worth $8 Million
Brenton is one of two children of Peter and Fiona Thwaites. He matriculated from Cairns State High School in 2006, and during his teenage years he became interested in acting, and made his first appearance at the age of 16, in an interpretation of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”. He later enrolled at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Queensland, from which he graduated in 2010. As an actor, Brenton Thwaites made his debut big screen appearance in 2010, in the thriller movie “Charge Over You” which provided the basis for his current net worth.
In 2011 Brenton was cast for the role of Luke Gallagher in the TV teen drama series “SLiDe”, which is still one of his most popular television appearances. He then relocated to Sydney, where between 2011 and 2012 he starred as Stu Henderson in the TV soap opera “Home and Away”. In 2012, Brenton transferred to the US, where he got the leading male role in the TV movie “Blue Lagoon: The Awakening”. This was followed by two more major roles – in the critically acclaimed horror movie “Oculus” (2013) and the Sci-Fi thriller “The Signal”. All these engagements helped Brenton Thwaites not only to master his acting skills, but also to increase his overall popularity, and his net worth as well.
During 2014, Thwaites appeared alongside Meryl Streep and Jeff Bridges in “The Giver”, opposite Ewan McGregor in the “Son of a Gun” action movie, as well as in Hollywood’s blockbuster with Angelina Jolie in the title role of “Maleficent”, in which he portrayed Prince Phillip. In 2016 Brenton appeared in the historical fantasy drama movie “Gods of Egypt” in which he portrays Bek, a thief who interferes in the business of the ancient Gods, starring with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Gerard Butler. He also appeared as Henry Turner in the fifth sequel of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” saga – “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” (2017), opposite the well known crew of Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knghtley as well as Geoffrey Rush and Javier Bardem. Doubtlessly, all these accomplishments have helped Brenton Thwaites to dramatically enlarge the size of his wealth.
Speaking of 2018, Thwaites is about to appear in the main role in the upcoming web TV series “Titans”, which is currently in the pre-production, a venture sure to make an impact on Brenton Thwaites’ net worth.
When it comes to his personal life, Brenton Thwaites has been in a relationship with Chloe Pacey since 2015, with whom he has also welcomed a daughter. Although there are rumors that he was romantically connected to Taylor Swift, these were denied by Brenton himself. When not filming, with his family he resides in Los Angeles, California.
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 10, 1989|
|Place Of Birth||Cairns, Queensland, Australia|
|Education||Cairns State High School, Queensland University of Technology|
|Parents||Fiona Thwaites, Peter Thwaites|
|Awards||AiF Breakthrough Award (2014), EuroCinema Kawananakoa Award (2014), GQ Men of the Year (2014), Teen Choice Awards (2017)|
|Nominations||Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure|
|Baroque Duet||1992||TV Movie documentary|
|Our World||1987||TV Series 1 episode|
|Vladimir Horowitz: The Last Romantic||1985||TV Movie documentary as Patricia Jaffe|
|The Friends of Eddie Coyle||1973||as Patricia Lewis Jaffe|
|Trilogy||1969||as Patricia Lewis Jaffe|
|For Love of Ivy||1968||as Patricia Jaffe|
|Inside Pop: The Rock Revolution||1967||TV Movie documentary as Patricia Jaffe|
|East Side/West Side||1963||TV Series 2 episodes|
|The High Lonesome Sound||1963||Documentary short as Patricia Lewis Jaffe|
|The Last Mile||1959||as Patricia Lewis Jaffe|
|The Metropolitan Opera HD Live||2007||TV Series producer - 2 episodes|
|Mi Mambo!||2006||TV Movie documentary producer|
|Great Performances||TV Series producer - 3 episodes, 1993 - 2003 executive producer - 1 episode, 1996|
|Marsalis on Music||1995||TV Series executive producer|
|Kathleen Battle at the Metropolitan Museum||1993||TV Movie documentary producer|
|Baroque Duet||1992||TV Movie documentary co-producer - as Patricia Lewis Jaffe|
|Inside Pop: The Rock Revolution||1967||TV Movie documentary associate producer - as Patricia Jaffe|
|The Metropolitan Opera HD Live||2006-2007||TV Series director - 2 episodes|
|The Connection||1961||script clerk - as Patricia Jaffe|
|Crowded Paradise||1956||script clerk - as Patricia Jaffe|
|I Spy||1955||TV Series script clerk - 1 episode|
|Mi Mambo!||2006||TV Movie documentary|
|Great Performances||1996-2001||TV Series 2 episodes|
|Baroque Duet||1992||TV Movie documentary as Patricia Lewis Jaffe|
|Karajan in Salzburg||1988||TV Special additional editor - as Patricia Jaffe|
|The Connection||1961||associate editor - as Patricia Jaffe|
|Killer's Kiss||1955||assistant editor|
|The Metropolitan Opera HD Live||2006||TV Series director - 1 episode|
|Music for the Movies: Tôru Takemitsu||1994||TV Movie documentary special thanks|
|1994||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Cultural Program||Vladimir Horowitz: A Reminiscence (1993)|
|2002||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program||Great Performances (1971)|
|1997||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Cultural Music-Dance Program||Great Performances (1971)|
|1996||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Children's Program||Marsalis on Music (1995)|
|1993||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts||Kathleen Battle at the Metropolitan Museum (1993)|