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Tuppence Middleton Wiki/Biography
Tuppence Middleton came into the world on 21st February 1987, in Bristol, England, courtesy of her parents Tina and Nigel Middleton, and is an actress, well-known from appearing in films including “The Imitation Game” and “Jupiter Ascending”, as well as in television series including “Bones”, “Friday Night Dinner” and “Black Mirror”. Middleton has been active in the entertainment industry since 2008.
How much is the net worth of Tuppence Middleton? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $4 million, as of the data presented in early 2017. Film and television are the main sources of Middleton net worth.
Tuppence Middleton Net Worth $4 million
To begin with, the girl was raised in Bristol with two siblings. From an early age, Tuppence starred in school plays and local drama productions, while being educated at Bristol Grammar School. Then she studied theatre at the Arts Educational School in Chiswick, London, from which she received an honors degree in theatre.
Concerning her professional career, she debuted starring in the short film “Dance Lessons” (2008), which was followed by a support role in the television series “Bones” (2008). Then Middleton was cast as a main in the British comedy horror film “Tormented” (2009), in which her character, Justine Fielding, went out with one of the most popular boys in the school, only to discover that he and his friends were responsible for the death of a partner. Additionally at that time, she also appeared in advertising for Extra and Sky TV, laying the basis of her net worth.
In 2010, she starred in the short film by Samuel Abrahams – “Connect” – which was nominated for a BAFTA in the category of the Best Short Film. The same year she portrayed Rebecca in the film “Skeletons” (2010) and Candy in the film “Chatroom” (2010). In 2011, she played the character Tanya Greene in the sitcom “Friday Night Dinner”, and then Sarah in “Sirens”, before in 2012 starring in the spy thriller film “Cleanskin”, sharing the screen with Charlotte Rampling, James Fox, Michelle Ryan and Abhin Galeya, adding steadily to her net worth.
In 2013 she made her professional debut in theatre, in the play “The Living Room”. She then landed the lead role in the thriller film “Trap for Cinderella” (2013) by Iain Softley, and the same year was seen in the film “A Long Way Down” and “The Love Punch”. Tuppence was cast as a main in the award winning blockbuster “The Imitation game” (2014), which grossed $233.5 million at the box office with budget of $14 million, and then starred in the feature films “Jupiter Ascending” (2015) and “Spooks: The Greater Good”. Since 2015, she has portrayed Riley Blue in the web science fiction drama series “Sence8” by The Wachowskis and J. Michael Straczynski, and was also one of the main characters in the television series “Dickensian” (2015) aired on BBC One.
Recently, Middleton was seen in the historical drama “The Current War” (2017) which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Finally, in the personal life of the actress, Tuppence has been in a relationship with Robert Fry since 2016.
|Full Name||Tuppence Middleton|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Date Of Birth||February 21, 1987|
|Place Of Birth||Bristol, England|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
|Education||Bristol Grammar School, Chiswick, London|
|Parents||Nigel Middleton, Tina Middleton|
|Nominations||London Evening Standard Film Awards - Most Promising Newcomer (2010)|
|Movies||Lie of You (2018), Stine (Short, 2018), The Current War (2017), Diana and I (2017), Jupiter Ascending (2015), Trance (2013), The Imitation Game (2014), MI-5 (2015), The Imitation Game (2014), Years & Years: Real (2014), Cleanskin (2012),Chatroom (2010)|
|TV Shows||Sense8 (TV Series, 2015-2018), Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams (2017), Dickensian (2015-2016), War & Peace (TV Mini-Series, 2016), Spies of Warsaw (TV Mini-Series, 2013), Friday Night Dinner (2011), Bones (TV Series, 2008)|
|1||Since Kate Middleton came around, some people think I'm related to her, but unfortunately, there's no connection.|
|2||I don't want to be one of those young actors who is around for a couple of years and melts off the scene.|
|3||Period dramas seem to take actors to the next level because they do so well in America.|
|4||I think I would've been a bit terrified to have gone and done a lead straight away. Obviously great if you do, but it's all about longevity.|
|5||You want a career. You don't want to do a couple of good films and then your career is over.|
|6||I'd love to have a room full of taxidermy. I'd be devastated if my cat, Archimedes, ever died. I was debating the other day with a friend whether I should stuff him, but don't know whether he would end up looking like himself. I'd be really sad if he looked strange.|
|7||I don't think, as an actress, you want to be beautiful. It's actually a disadvantage because that's not where all the interesting parts lie.|
|8||Tuppence was what my grandmother nicknamed my mother, so she gave it to me. My sister is called Angel, and my brother was going to be called Bubba or Sonny, until they let me and my sister name him Josh.|
|9||As I got older, I auditioned for drama school and shocked myself by getting in.|
|10||I was very, very shy in public and school, and quite loud and brash at home.|
|11||I love film, but it's funny going to drama school for three years, where you spend most of your time training for theatre, then coming out and just doing films.|
|12||I just enjoyed telling stories. I enjoyed watching films and reading and becoming someone else. I spent a lot of time on my own when I was younger; I enjoyed my own company and still do, so it was a source of escapism.|
|13||I liked to be in my own company, so when I came home from school, I'd just go up to my room and hang out by myself. I wouldn't really have friends over or go to see friends much.|
|1||Nominated for the London Evening Standard Film Awards 2010 for Most Promising Newcomer.|
|The Current War||2017||completed||Mary Edison|
|Diana and I||2017||TV Movie pre-production|
|Sense8||2015-2018||TV Series||Riley Blue|
|Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams||2017||TV Series||Linda|
|Dickensian||2015-2016||TV Series||Amelia Havisham|
|War & Peace||2016||TV Mini-Series||Helene Bezukhova Helene Kuragina|
|Jupiter Ascending||2015||Kalique Abrasax|
|The Great War: The People's Story||2014||TV Mini-Series documentary||Diana Manners|
|The Imitation Game||2014||Helen|
|Portrait of a Star||2014||Short||Narrator (voice)|
|A Long Way Down||2014||Kathy|
|The Love Punch||2013||Sophie|
|Trap for Cinderella||2013||Micky|
|Trance||2013/I||Young Woman in Red Car|
|The Lady Vanishes||2013||TV Movie||Iris Carr|
|Black Mirror||2013||TV Series||Jem|
|Spies of Warsaw||2013||TV Mini-Series||Gabrielle|
|Inspector Lewis||2013||TV Series||Vicki Walmsley|
|Friday Night Dinner||2011||TV Series||Tanya|
|New Tricks||2010||TV Series||Melanie Higgs|
|First Light||2010||TV Movie||Grace|
|Ever Here I Be||2010||Short||Valerie|
|In the Meadow||2010||Short||Grace|
|Bones||2008||TV Series||Vera Waterhouse|
|Exposure||2016||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|Sidewalks Entertainment||2015||TV Series||Herself - Guest|