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Timothy Dalton Net Worth

Timothy Dalton Net Worth 2019: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Timothy Dalton-Dobson net worth is
$10 Million

Timothy Dalton-Dobson salary is
$1 Million


Timothy Dalton-Dobson Wiki Biography

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Timothy Dalton was born on the 21st March 1944, in Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales, United Kingdom, and is an actor, best known for his role in two James Bond films: “The Living Daylights” (1987) and “Licence to Kill” (1989). Dalton also had notable roles in miniseries “Scarlett” (1994), and in the TV series “Penny Dreadful” (2014-2016). Dalton has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 1964.

Have you ever wondered how rich Timothy Dalton is, as of mid- 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Timothy Dalton’s net worth is as high as $10 million, an amount earned through his successful career as an actor. In addition to being famous for his James Bond roles, Dalton has also worked in numerous TV series and movies.

Timothy Dalton Net Worth $10 Million

Timothy Dalton was born to an American mother of Italian-Irish descent, and English father who was a captain in the Special Operations Executive during WWII. He went to Herbert Strutt Grammar School, and was a member of the Air Training Corps at LXX (Croft & Culcheth) Squadron during his teenage years. Dalton joined the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1964, and that’s when his career as an actor started.

His debut on TV came in 1966 in the movie “Troilus and Cressida”, and he also participated in ten episodes of “Sat’day While Sunday” in 1967. Later, Dalton appeared Anthony Harvey’s Oscar-winning biography-drama called “The Lion in Winter” (1968) with Peter O’Toole, Katharine Hepburn, and Anthony Hopkins, and after that in “Cromwell” (1970) starring Richard Harris, Alec Guinness, and Robert Morley, “The Voyeur” (1970), and starred in “Wuthering Heights” (1970), which only helped him built his career, and also increase his net worth.

Dalton continued to earn his money mainly thanks to his work in theater until 1978, but had two other parts in the meantime: in “Mary, Queen of Scots” (1971) starring Vanessa Redgrave, Glenda Jackson, Patrick McGoohan, and “The Executioner” (1975) with Dirk Bogarde, Ava Gardner, and Bekim Fehmiu. From 1978, Dalton frequently appeared in TV and film, starting with “Sextette” (1978), and resuming in “Agatha” (1972) starring Dustin Hoffman and , and as Oliver Seccombe in the series “Centennial” (1978-1979), increasing further his net worth.

He was busy in the 80’s with parts in “Flash Gordon” (1980), “Chanel Solitaire” (1981), and had a leading role in series “Jane Eyre” (1983) playing Edward Fairfax Rochester. Dalton then appeared in “The Master of Ballantrae” (1984), in three episodes of “Mistral’s Daughter” (1984), “Antony and Cleopatra” (1984), “The Doctor and the Devils” (1985) with Jonathan Pryce and Twiggy, “Florence Nightingale” (1985), and in series “Sins” (1986).

He was twice offered the chance to succeed Sean Connery as the new James Bond, but Dalton first time refused because he thought that he was too young, and the second time because he had other arrangements and a busy schedule. However, he later accepted, and had his debut as James Bond in the 1987 “The Living Daylights”, and later filmed another Bond film entitled “Licence to Kill” (1989). With these two roles, Dalton’s net worth significantly increased, and he became even more popular.

Between the two Bonds, Dalton played in “Hawks” (1988) and “Brenda Starr” (1989) with Brooke Shields, and later starred in “The King’s Whore” (1990) and “The Rocketeer” (1991) with Billy Campbell, Jennifer Connelly, and Alan Arkin, before appearing in an episode of “Tales from the Crypt” (1992). Timothy played Eddie Myers in the TV mini-series “Framed” (1992), had a leading role in the movie “Red Eagle” (1994), and portrayed Rhett Butler in mini-series “Scarlett” (1994), which added a considerable amount to his net worth.

By the end of the 90’s, Dalton had played parts in “Salt Water Moose” (1996), “The Beautician and the Beast” (1997), “The Informant” (1997), “Made Men” (1999), and played Julius Caesar in “Cleopatra” (1999). In 2000’s, Timothy appeared in “Time Share” (2000) with Nastassja Kinski, “Possessed” (2000), “American Outlaws” (2001), “Hercules” (2005), “Hot Fuzz” (2007) with Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Martin Freeman, and in two episodes of “Doctor Who” (2009-2010).

Most recently, Dalton played in “The Tourist” (2010) starring Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, and Paul Bettany, in six episodes of series “Chuck” (2010-2011), and in Showtime series “Penny Dreadful” (2014-2016), where he played Sir Malcolm Murray. Thanks to this role in the highly rated show, his wealth improved considerably.

Regarding his personal life, Timothy Dalton dated actress Vanessa Redgrave from 1971 to 1986, and later was in a relationship with musician Oksana Grigorieva, before marrying her in 1997, and they have a son, Alexander Dalton, but have apparently separated. Dalton is a big fan of Manchester City F.C. and is often seen at the games at Etihad Stadium.


Full NameTimothy Dalton
Net Worth$10 Million
Salary$1 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 21st 1944
Place Of BirthColwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales, United Kingdom
Height6' 2" (1.88 m)
ProfessionActor
EducationHerbert Strutt Grammar School, Air Training Corps at LXX (Croft & Culcheth) Squadron, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
NationalityBritish
SpouseVanessa Redgrave (m. 1971-1986), Oksana Grigorieva (m. 1997- 2003)
ChildrenAlexander Dalton
ParentsPeter Dalton Leggett, Dorothy Scholes
SiblingsAnnabelle Dalton, Suzzane Dalton, Stephen Dalton, Mark Dalton
PartnerVanessa Redgrave
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001096/
Movies“The Tourist” (2010), “Licence to Kill” (1989), “The Living Daylights” (1987), “Salt Water Moose” (1996), “The Beautician and the Beast” (1997), “The Informant” (1997), “Made Men” (1999), “Cleopatra” (1999)
TV Shows“Scarlett” (1994), “Chuck” (2010-2011), “Penny Dreadful” (2014-2016)
#Trademark
1Intense acting style
2Bold green eyes
3Deep smooth voice
4Deep authoritative voice
5Frequently plays dark, brooding characters
TitleSalary
Scarlett (1994)$5,000,000
Licence to Kill (1989)$5,000,000
The Living Daylights (1987)$3,000,000
#Quote
1Richard Burton was Welsh; Tom Jones is Welsh, and we Welshmen like to think of ourselves as heroes - on screen and off!
2[on GoldenEye (1995)] I was supposed to make one more but it was cancelled because MGM and the film's producers got into a lawsuit which lasted for five years. After that, I didn't want to do it anymore.
3There was a time when Sean Connery gave up the role. I guess I, alongside quite a few other actors, was approached about the possibility of playing the part. That was for On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969). I was very flattered, but I think anybody would have been off their head to have taken over from Connery. I was also too young. Bond should be a man in his mid-thirties, at least - a mature adult who has been around. I was not approached for Live and Let Die (1973), but there was a time in the late 1970s, when Roger may not have done another one, for whatever reason. They were looking around then, and I went to see Mr. Broccoli in Los Angeles. At that time, they didn't have a script finished and also, the way the Bond movies had gone - although they were fun and entertaining - weren't my idea of Bond movies. They had become a completely different entity. I know Roger, and think he does a fantastic job, but they were different kinds of movies. Roger is one of the only people in the world who can be fun in the midst of all that gadgetry. But in truth my favorite Bond movies were always Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963), and Goldfinger (1964).
4That's something I think about constantly because it has to be for a purpose, it's not just self-indulgence. People often say, "Well, it's just the way I express myself." That's no good, that's narcissistic, juvenile. You work to express the piece because you believe the piece has value and that can be communicated to other people who will see something new of life because of it. You must believe that it will in some small or big way make a difference to their lives.
5He's terrific. I think Casino Royale (2006) is a huge step forward - a leap forward. It's great and Daniel's great. He got a lot of stick when he was doing it. There was a lot of negative press. He was criticized by people who didn't have a clue what was in the script or what he was going to look like in the film, which was deeply unfair. I said how wrong everyone was at the time because he's a very gifted actor. I'm pleased that the movie turned out as well as it did.
6I think most people thought it was a pity I wasn't allowed to grapple so much with the ladies. And he wasn't allowed to smoke; I think I managed to get a few puffs in, which they then cut out.
7Roger Moore was brilliant but the movies had gone a long way from their roots; they had drifted in a way that was chalk and cheese to Sean. And I think Daniel Craig will work well. I think he's going to be terrific, he's got danger and vulnerability.
8I don't think that Bond is a role model or that he should be a role model. He's only part of a particular kind of story. I don't think anyone should grow up wanting to go around killing people. I don't think anyone should grow up wanting to be a secret agent.
9"When I saw those posters of Pierce standing there, I suddenly thought to myself, Jesus, I don't have to stand there with a gun to the side of my head anymore! I suddenly found the most tremendous sense of liberation, and I started to feel more like myself than I'd felt in years! I suddenly felt free!" (describing his feelings on whether or not in retrospect he made the right decision not to make the James Bond film GoldenEye (1995))
10"It's very important to make the man believable so that you can stretch the fantasy. Whether people like this kind of Bond is another question." (on his approach to the role of James Bond)
11"I felt as free as a bird" - describing driving down Sunset Boulevard and seeing a billboard that had Sean Connery, Roger Moore, and Pierce Brosnan on it, but no Timothy Dalton.
12"I don't think I've drunk one since I've left the Bond movies. Every bar you go in, there's always some wisecrack, 'Oh, yours will be a Martini, shaken, not stirred!' You get sick and tired of that." - talking about all of the vodka martinis he would get whenever he walked into a bar, while he was playing Bond.
13On playing a character: "You can't relate to a superhero, to a superman, but you can identify with a real man who in times of crisis draws forth some extraordinary quality from within himself and triumphs but only after a struggle. Real courage is knowing what faces you and knowing how to face it." (source: "The Making of LICENCE TO KILL" by Sally Hibbin. Eon Productions Ltd. and Glidrose Publications Ltd., 1989.)
#Fact
1Was originally cast as Benedict in Last Action Hero (1993), but was replaced by Charles Dance. This would have been the second of two times that he would have been in a film with Frank McRae. The first (as it turns out, the only) film was Licence to Kill (1989).
2He appears in Penny Dreadful (2014) with Eva Green. Green had previously appeared in Casino Royale (2006) and The Golden Compass (2007) with Daniel Craig, both times as a character previously played by Dalton.
3Lives in London, England and Los Angeles, California.
4He was born in Wales, to English parents, Dorothy (Scholes) and Peter Dalton-Leggett.
5Attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) but dropped out before he completed his studies.
6Had been approached for the role of James Bond in 1968 when Sean Connery had left the franchise but turned it down as he felt he was too young. He was approached again in 1980 but refused because he did not like the lighthearted direction the film had been going in.
7Initially agreed to play James Bond for a third time in GoldenEye (1995), but after a lengthy series of lawsuits between the studio and producers concerning the ownership of the character James Bond, and further script delays, he resigned from the role, believing that too much time had passed since Licence to Kill (1989).
8Publicly announced he would not be returning as James Bond in GoldenEye (1995) on 12 April 1994. Two months later, Pierce Brosnan was revealed as his successor.
9Has played Lord Asrail in a London stage adaptation of the His Dark Materials trilogy. In the film The Golden Compass (2007), this role is played by Daniel Craig, who also succeeded him in the role of James Bond.
10Desmond Llewelyn claimed in an interview of Dalton that his portrayal of James Bond was closer to Ian Fleming's original novel version of the character than any other Bond actor.
11(1980-1994) Companion of Vanessa Redgrave.
12Dalton's Bond was the last to smoke cigarettes.
13His colder, grittier portrayal of James Bond is considered by many fans of the franchise to be the closest to the characterization of Bond from the original novels by Ian Fleming, but was greeted with a mixed reaction from the general public following twelve years of Roger Moore's much more lighthearted portrayal.
14His partner, Oksana Grigorieva, gave birth in London to a boy, Alexander, on 7 August 1997.
15According to the James Bond film tailors in London, at 6' 2" he is the tallest of all the Bond actors. The tailors who have fitted and measured each of the 5 Bonds over the years claim the following heights for each of the other Bond actors: Sean Connery 6' 1 1/2" without shoes, George Lazenby 6' 1 1/2" without shoes, Roger Moore 6' 1" without shoes and Pierce Brosnan 6' 1" without shoes.
16He says that his favorite James Bond films are the first three Bond movies: Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963) and Goldfinger (1964).
17In 1986, he and Sylvester McCoy were performing together with Vanessa Redgrave in a season of Shakespeare at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Dalton and McCoy sympathized with each other about the difficulty in finding good long-term acting jobs. A year later, McCoy was cast as the Seventh Doctor in Doctor Who (1963) and Dalton was cast as James Bond in The Living Daylights (1987).
18Loves fishing, especially in the Pacific Ocean.
19In the Charlie's Angels (1976) episode "Fallen Angel", Dalton's character, Damien Roth, is referred to as being like James Bond, which was 8 years before Dalton's first Bond outing.

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Penny Dreadful2014-2016TV SeriesSir Malcolm Murray
Toy Story That Time Forgot2014TV ShortMr. Pricklepants (voice)
Toy Story of Terror2013TV ShortMr. Pricklepants (voice)
Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex2012ShortMr. Pricklepants (voice)
Secret of the Wings2012Lord Milori (voice)
Toy Story Toons: Small Fry2011ShortMr. Pricklepants (voice)
Chuck2010-2011TV SeriesAlexei Volkoff Hartley Winterbottom Gregory Tuttle
Toy Story Toons: Hawaiian Vacation2011ShortMr. Pricklepants (voice)
The Tourist2010Chief Inspector Jones
Toy Story 3: The Video Game2010Video GameMr. Pricklepants (voice)
Toy Story 32010Mr. Pricklepants (voice)
Doctor Who2009-2010TV SeriesLord President / The Narrator
Unknown Sender2008TV SeriesMiles
Hot Fuzz2007Simon Skinner
Gedo senki2006Ged Sparrowhawk (English version, voice)
Agatha Christie's Marple2006TV SeriesClive Trevelyan
Hercules2005TV Mini-SeriesAmphitryon
Dunkirk2004TV Movie documentaryNarrator (voice)
Looney Tunes: Back in Action2003Damien Drake
American Outlaws2001Allan Pinkerton
Possessed2000TV MovieFr. Willam Bowden
Time Share2000Matt Farragher
Passion's Way1999TV MovieCharles Darrow
Made Men1999Sheriff Dex Drier
Cleopatra1999TV Mini-SeriesJulius Caesar
Stories from My Childhood1998TV SeriesPrince Gvidon
The Informant1997DCI Rennie
The Beautician and the Beast1997Boris Pochenko
Salt Water Moose1996Lester Parnell
Scarlett1994TV Mini-SeriesRhett Butler
Lie Down with Lions1994TV MovieJack Carver
Naked in New York1993Elliot Price
Framed1992TV Mini-SeriesEddie Myers
Tales from the Crypt1992TV SeriesLokai
The Rocketeer1991Neville Sinclair
The King's Whore1990Le Roi Vittorio Amadeo
Licence to Kill1989James Bond
Brenda Starr1989Basil St. John
Hawks1988Bancroft
The Living Daylights1987James Bond
Sins1986TV Mini-SeriesEdmund Junot
Faerie Tale Theatre1985TV SeriesNarrator
The Doctor and the Devils1985Doctor Thomas Rock
Florence Nightingale1985TV MovieRichard Milnes
Antony and Cleopatra1984TV MovieMarc Antony
Mistral's Daughter1984TV Mini-SeriesPerry Kilkullen
The Master of Ballantrae1984TV MovieCol Francis Burke
Jane Eyre1983TV Mini-SeriesEdward Fairfax Rochester
Chanel Solitaire1981Boy Capel
Flash Gordon1980Prince Barin
The Flame Is Love1979TV MovieMarquis de Guaita
Charlie's Angels1979TV SeriesDamien Roth
Agatha1979Col. Archibald Christie
Centennial1978-1979TV Mini-SeriesOliver Seccombe
El hombre que supo amar1978Juan de Dios
Sextette1978Sir Michael Barrington
The Executioner1975Charles Lord
Mary, Queen of Scots1971Henry - Lord Darnley
BBC Play of the Month1970-1971TV SeriesMarchbanks / Clive Harrington
Wuthering Heights1970Heathcliff
Giochi particolari1970Mark
Cromwell1970Prince Rupert
Judge Dee1969TV Series
The Three Princes1968TV MovieAhmed
The Lion in Winter1968Philip II
Sat'day While Sunday1967TV SeriesPeter
Troilus and Cressida1966TV MovieDiomedes

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chuck2011TV Series performer - 1 episode
Sextette1978performer: "Love Will Keep Us Together"

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Everything or Nothing2012DocumentaryHimself
Toy Story 3: The Gang's All Here2010Video documentary shortHimself / Mr. Pricklepants
Entertainment Tonight2010TV SeriesHimself
Made in Hollywood2010TV SeriesHimself
Doctor Who Confidential2010TV Series documentaryHimself
'Hot Fuzz': The Fuzzball Rally2007Video documentaryHimself
HypaSpace2007TV Series documentaryHimself
Tavis Smiley2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Breakfast2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
This Morning2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Film '721987-2007TV SeriesHimself
Dalton and D'Abo Interviews2006Video shortHimself
Silver Anniversary: The Living Daylights2006Video shortHimself
Timothy Dalton: The New James Bond2006Video shortHimself
Bond '892006Video documentary shortHimself
Location Scouting with Peter Lamont: Licence to Kill2006Video documentary shortHimself
On the Set with John Glen2006Video documentary shortHimself
Timothy Dalton: On Acting2006Video documentary shortHimself
HBO First Look2003TV Series documentaryHimself
James Bond: A BAFTA Tribute2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
Premiere Bond: Die Another Day2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
The James Bond Story1999TV Movie documentaryHimself - Interviewee / James Bond
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1994-1999TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Great Performances1999TV SeriesHimself - Host
Hooked on Fishing1999TV Series documentaryHost
The Daily Show1997-1998TV SeriesHimself - Guest
An Audience with Elton John1997TV SpecialHimself (uncredited)
In Search of James Bond with Jonathan Ross1995TV Movie documentaryHimself / James Bond
In the Wild1993TV Series documentaryHost
30 Years of James Bond1992TV Movie documentaryHimself
Rocketeer: Excitement in the Air1991TV Special documentaryHimself
Licence to Kill: Production Behind the Scenes1989Video documentary shortHimself
Wogan1989TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The London Programme1989TV Series documentaryHimself
Kenworth Truck Stunt Featurette1989Video documentary shortHimself
Evening Magazine1987TV SeriesHimself
James Bond: Licence to Thrill1987TV Movie documentaryHimself
Happy Anniversary 007: 25 Years of James Bond1987TV Movie documentaryHimself
Wildlife Chronicles1987TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Host
Revista de cine1976TV SeriesHimself
National Youth Theatre1966Documentary shortHimself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Inside Q's Lab2000Video documentary shortJames Bond (uncredited)
The Bond Sound: The Music of 0072000Video documentary shortJames Bond (uncredited)
Omnibus2000TV Series documentaryHimself
Inside 'Licence to Kill'2000Video documentary shortHimself
Now Pay Attention 007: A Tribute to Actor Desmond Llewelyn2000TV Movie documentaryJames Bond (uncredited)
Tribute to Desmond Llewelyn2000Video documentary shortJames Bond (uncredited)
And the Word Was Bond1999TV Movie documentaryHimself
Nobody Does It Better: The Music of James Bond1997TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Secrets of 007: The James Bond Files1997TV Movie documentaryHimself / James Bond (uncredited)
James Bond 007: Yesterday and Today1996Video documentary shortHimself
Three Decades of James Bond 0071995Video documentary shortHimself
The World of James Bond1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Many Faces of Bond1989Video documentaryHimself
The Golden Gong1985TV Movie documentary
James Bond: The First 21 Years1983TV Movie documentaryHimself / James Bond
Bonds Are Forever1983Video documentaryJames Bond / Himself
Timeshift2015TV Series documentaryHimself
Edición Especial Coleccionista2012TV SeriesJames Bond
Top Gear2012TV SeriesJames Bond
Being Bond: Celebrating Five Decades of Bond 0072012Video documentary shortJames Bond / Himself
The Destinations of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryRassilon (uncredited)
Second Time Around: The Troughton Years2012Video documentaryLord Presdient Rassilon
True Bond2007TV Movie documentaryJames Bond
Premiere Bond: Opening Nights2006Video documentary shortHimself
In Search of the Brontës2003TV MovieEdward Fairfax Rochester
Happy Anniversary Mr. Bond2002TV Movie documentaryHimself / James Bond
Best Ever Bond2002TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
007: 40 Years of Humour in the James Bond Films2002Video shortJames Bond
Bond Girls Are Forever2002TV Movie documentaryJames Bond (uncredited)
Cubby Broccoli: The Man Behind Bond2000TV Short documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Double-O Stunts2000Video documentary shortJames Bond (uncredited)
Inside 'The Living Daylights'2000Video documentary shortHimself

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2011TV Guide AwardTV Guide AwardsFavorite VillainChuck (2007)
1994Golden FIPABiarritz International Festival of Audiovisual ProgrammingTV Series and Serials: ActorFramed (1992)

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2014BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical ShortToy Story of Terror (2013)
2013BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical ShortSecret of the Wings (2012)
1978Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst On-Screen CoupleSextette (1978)

Known for movies

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