About Ray Winstone
It has been reported that the total estimate of Ray Winstone net worth today is as high as 5 million dollars. Ray Winstone became a huge success because of his career as an actor in films as well as in TV shows and series. Ray Winstone gained a huge fan following because of his character portrayal of a ‘tough, hard man’. In 1979, he portrayed his first role as such, when he was chosen for the part of Carlin in the film called “Scum”. Also, he was chosen for the role of Will Scarlet in the TV show called “Robin of Sherwood”. These two productions not only made his name more known, but also added up to the total amount of Ray Winstone net worth.
In addition to this work, Ray Winstone has also made his name known because of his work as a voice over artist. One of his most recent works has been working in film production. Thus, these involvements have also added up to the total size of Ray Winstone net worth.
As a film actor, he is mostly known from the following ones: “Cold Mountain”, “The Sweeney”, “Nil by Mouth”, “edge of Darkness”, “King Arthur”, “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”, “The Magic Roundabout”, “Beowulf”, “The Departed” and some others.
Therefore, his work as a film actor has also added up to the total sum of Ray Winstone net worth.
The actor was born in 1957 in London. When he was little, he was already interested into acting and his father would usually take him to cinema when he had time. Ray Winstone has claimed that his major influences are James Cagney, Edward G. Robinson and John Wayne. In addition to his interest in acting, Ray Winstone was also interested into boxing. However, he decided that acting was his true passion and started to seek for this career. He was studying at the Corona Stage Academy in Hammersmith.
Before he started his work on TV and film, Ray Winstone has appeared in many stage and theater productions. His filmography is quite long and it includes productions, such as “That Summer”, “Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains”, “One Foot in the Grave”, “Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence”, “Brand New World”, “Tube Tales”, “Last Orders”, “Sexy Beast”, “Henry VIII”, “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, in addition to many others.