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Jeremy Irvine Net Worth

Jeremy Irvine Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Jeremy William Fredric Smith net worth is
$2.5 Million

Jeremy William Fredric Smith Wiki/Biography

Jeremy William Fredric Smith was born on 1 July 1990, in Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire, England, to Bridget and Chris Smith and is probably best known as the actor who portrayed Albert Narracott in ‘‘The War Horse’’ in 2011, and Adam in ‘‘Now Is Good’’.

So just how rich is Jeremy Irvine as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, this actor has a net worth of $2.5 million, accumulated from his nine years-long career in the previously mentioned field.

Jeremy Irvine Net Worth $2.5 Million

Irvine started acting at the age of 16, under the influence of his drama teacher, about which Jeremy added ‘‘I never fitted in, which led me to acting. I was looking for something different’’. He attended Bedford Modern School, and went on to study at the National Youth Theatre – during his early days, Irvine portrayed Romeo in ‘‘Romeo and Juliet’’ on stage. Having spent a year at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Irvin struggled to find a job, but eventually made his small screen debut in 2009, with the role of Luke in ‘‘Life Bites’’, and went on to star as Albert Narracott in ‘‘War Horse’’, which ended up being nominated for six Oscars, and was additionally was rewarded with an AFI Award for Movie of the Year, Critics Choice Award for the Best Cinematography, and Christopher Award in the category of Feature Films. Continuing to work at a steady pace, Jeremy had more notable projects such as ‘‘Now Is Good’’, in which he starred as Adam working alongside Dakota Fanning and Paddy Considine. Additionally, he played Pip in an adaption of the Dickens’ book ‘‘Great Expectations’’ in the same year, adding consistently to his net worth.

As of 2015, he starred in ‘‘The World Made Straight’’, alongside Minka Kelly and Noah Wyle, and in 2016 starred as Daniel Grigori in ‘‘Fallen’’, a fantasy movie which follows the story of a girl who is drawn to her fellow student, and isn’t aware of the fact that he is an angel. During the same year, Irvine portrayed Billy in ‘‘This Beautiful Fantastic’’.

When it comes to his future projects, Jeremy has several ahead of him – most importantly, he will play the role of Richard Hillary, one of the main characters in ‘‘The Guinea Pig Club’’, the movie which follows the story of a surgeon who risks his life to save injured British pilots during World War II. He will also play one of the most notable roles in ‘‘The Professor and the Madman’’, alongside Mel Gibson, Natalie Dormer and Sean Penn. His movie ‘‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’’ is currently in post-production. Overall, this actor has had 20 acting gigs so far.

When it comes to his private life, there aren’t even any rumours of romantic relationships. Irvine has had type 1 diabetes since he was six years old, which means that he has to administer himself four injections each day; his two brothers also suffer from diabetes. Also, Irvine has a significant role with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). He doesn’t share much information about his private life, although he is active on social media such as Instagram, and is followed by 194,000 people on that website.


Full NameJeremy Irvine
Net Worth$2.5 Million
Salary639,000 EUR
Date Of BirthJuly 1, 1990
Place Of BirthGamlingay, Cambridgeshire, England
Height1.85 m
Weight71 kg
ProfessionActor, Model
EducationBedford Modern School, National Youth Theatre, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
NationalityBritish
ParentsChris Smith, Bridget Smith
SiblingsToby Irvine, Lawrence Irvine Brother
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/JeremyIrvineOfficial
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/jirvine_news
Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/jeremyirvinenews
IMDBwww.imdb.com/name/nm3528539
AwardsMale Revelation (2013)
NominationsEmpire Award for Best Male Newcomer
MoviesWar Horse, Now Is Good, Great Expectations, The Railway Man, A Night in Old Mexico, Beyond the Reach, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, The Bad Education Movie, Stonewall, This Beautiful Fantastic, The Fallen, Mary Shelley's Monster, Billionaire Boys Club, The Professor and the Madman
#Quote
1My friends and I still behave like 12 year olds. We muck about in the fields, and that's great for me. Swanky events are nice once in a while but they're not really my scene.
2I'd kind of hit rock bottom and really did think this was stupid and I just wasted three or four years of my life. My dad wanted me to get a job being a welder. At the company he was at, he was an engineer. I was very very close to doing that.
3I spent two years walking around London getting rejected, going up for maybe three or four auditions a week and not getting a single one. To suddenly be able to say, 'I'm an actor' without blushing is amazing.
4I tried to join the Army, signed the papers, but got booted out because I lied about being diabetic.
5Since War Horse, I've been offered more money than I could ever even comprehend to do some big teen movies, and I've always said no. I'm very aware of the fast-paced turnover of celebrities in that area and how fickle this industry can be. The temptation and the pressure to take it are really high. They're waving fame in your face, saying you could be the next big teen star.
6[on turning down the lead role of Peeta Mellark in The Hunger Games] I decided quite early that I didn't want to be famous so I didn't feel under pressure to go and do these big blockbuster movies. I read the script [for Great Expectations] and thought it was fantastic.
7[on working with his younger brother Toby Irvine]Yes I was very protective. I was at one of these ridiculous afterparty things; I don't particularly like going to them so I brought my Mum along because she gets a kick out of them. The casting director was there and she was saying, "I'm having trouble finding a younger version of you." My Mum just kind of went, "Well I've got one at home." We sat down and went over the script and he just got it. It was fucking infuriating because there was no vanity, he was just playing for real and the casting director didn't tell the producers that he was my brother because she wanted him to get it because he was good enough. It was a lovely thing to do. I'm away a lot so it was nice to spend time [with him] and have my family there. What I didn't count on was the fact I'd have my Mum asking me if I'd had my lunch every day.
8It's weird, everyone expects your whole life to change and actually the only thing that's changed is I can now get work and I couldn't get any work before. I spent two years going up for five or six auditions a week and just hearing "No, no, no, no, no, no." I wasn't even getting commercial call backs so why on earth would I expect to be getting movies? I still do all the same stuff and nothing's changed. I saw myself on the side of the bus yesterday and completely freaked out. I just blank all that stuff out like it's not happening, so I just focus on trying to do a good job when you're shooting.
9When War Horse came out, I had maybe a month of people stopping me in the street, then it died down. I try to ignore all that and pretend none of it exists. We're only acting. The work my mum does, a lot of it is re-housing homeless people, that's a real job. My work my best friend does, he is a doctor and he saves lives, that's even more of a real job. I play make-believe and dressing up for a living!
10I think that among my friends I'm known as being a hard worker; I think if you want to be an actor, there can't be any compromise. You have to work all day, every day. It's not a 9-5 job. There's always something to learn. I've always been of the mindset of, "What if there's someone working harder than me?" That means I have to work even harder.
11When you're at home, you can freak out. There was so much that I had to focus on. I had to learn how to act for screen for the first time. There was so much I had to come to grips with, that I put the rest of it to the back of my mind.
12[on watching 'War Horse'] The first time I cried was when they're riding into battle and suddenly you see the machine guns being set up. The futility of that moment[is]very emotional. It's kind of the end of the British cavalry. What's fascinating about this period is that you have the old tactics meeting modern weaponry. From then on, horses are replaced by tanks. It's a very sad and very poignant moment.
13[on living with diabetes] I have an insulin pump. I've never let it affect anything I'm doing. I'm sure there are times when it maybe makes things a little bit more difficult, but as soon as you let it affect what you're doing, then I think it affects everything. Sure it sometimes takes a little more work, it's sometimes a little bit difficult - but so be it.
14There were real explosions at my feet, bodies flying through the air, stunt men getting shot at. It was terrifying. The smoke and the smell and the taste of the guns firing. It's not difficult to act scared in that situation.
15There's nothing nicer than coming back to your village, where people like my mum's friends take the mick out of me. I prefer that to the craziness of Hollywood.
16I had been a struggling actor for two years, so to go from that to being on the set of a Steven Spielberg film, where he treated me like part of one big family, was amazing.
#Fact
1Two of Jeremy's paternal great-great-grandparents were Scottish, one from Annan, Dumfriesshire, and one from Elie, Fife.
2He took his stage surname, "Irvine", after the first name of his paternal grandfather, Irvine Battinson Smith.
3One of his paternal great-grandfathers was Sir Ralph Lilley Turner, a noted philologist and university administrator (Sir Ralph was the father of Jeremy's grandmother, Kathleen).
4Almost gave up acting for good to be a factory welder just before he got his big break in War Horse (2011).
5Was offered the lead role of Tobias 'Four' Eaton in the film Divergent (2014), based on the novel by Veronica Roth. He turned down the role.
6Was offered the lead role of Peeta Mellark in the film The Hunger Games (2012), prior to the casting of Debra Zane based on the same titled, best-selling novel by Suzanne Collins. He turned down the role.
7Jeremy contracted trench foot while filming the movie War Horse.
8Had never been on, or worked with, a horse before he began working on the film War Horse.
9Has a keen interest in military history and collects WW1 and WW2 weaponry.
10Has two younger brothers.
11Dad Chris is an engineer and his mum Bridget is a local government politician.
12Grew up in the rural village of Gamlingay in Cambridgeshire, England.
13Graduated from The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
14Has had Type 1 Diabetes since the age of six.

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again2018filmingYoung Sam
The Last Full Measure2018post-productionWilliam Pitsenbarger
Cognition2017Short post-productionAbner (Adult)
Billionaire Boys Club2017post-productionKyle Biltmore
The Professor and the Madman2017post-productionCharles Hall
The Guinea Pig Clubpre-productionRichard Hillary
Fallen2016/IIDaniel Grigori
This Beautiful Fantastic2016Billy
Dior Presents: Drift2016Short
Stonewall2015Danny Winters
The Bad Education Movie2015Atticus Hoye
The World Made Straight2015Travis
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death2014Harry Burnstow
Beyond the Reach2014Ben
A Night in Old Mexico2013Gally
The Railway Man2013Young Eric
Great Expectations2012Pip
Now Is Good2012Adam
War Horse2011Albert Narracott
Life Bites2009TV SeriesLuke

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Last Call with Carson Daly2015TV SeriesHimself
The Late Late Show with James Corden2015TV SeriesHimself
Today2015TV SeriesHimself
Made in Hollywood2011-2015TV SeriesHimself
Beyond the Reach: Filmmaker Q&A2015VideoHimself
The Talk2015TV SeriesHimself
The Brit Awards 20152015TV SpecialHimself
Charlie Rose2014TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Good Morning America2014TV SeriesHimself
This Morning2014TV SeriesHimself
Janela Indiscreta2012TV SeriesHimself
Cinema 32012TV SeriesHimself
Daybreak2012TV SeriesHimself
Lorraine2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Show with David Letterman2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Extra2015TV SeriesHimself

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2013Chopard TrophyCannes Film FestivalMale Revelation

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2012Empire AwardEmpire Awards, UKBest Male NewcomerWar Horse (2011)
2012ALFS AwardLondon Critics Circle Film AwardsYoung British Performer of the YearWar Horse (2011)

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