About Rufus Sewell
It has been claimed that the overall amount of Rufus Sewell net worth reaches as much as 5 million dollars. He has become famous and rich because of his career as an actor. He has appeared in quite a lot of films. Rufus Sewell played the part of Fortinbras in the film called “Hamlet” released in 1996. Some other popular films in which the actor has had roles include “The Woodlanders”, “Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence”, “Dangerous Beauty”, “Tristan and Isolde”, “Dark City”, “The Illusionist” and “A Knight’s Tale”.
In addition to his film appearances, Rufus Sewell has appeared in many TV productions. He appeared in the BBC series called “Zen” in 2011, where he played the role of an Italian detective. In 2010, Rufus Sewell was appearing in the miniseries called “The Pillars of the Earth”. In 1993, the actor was chosen for the part of Will Ladislaw in the BBC production called “Middlemarch”, which was based on the work written by George Eliot. In 2003, Rufus Sewell played the leading part in “Charles II: The Power and The Passion”.
Moreover, he appeared in the CBS production called “Eleventh Hour”. Thus, all of these film and TV roles have made him recognized and also increased the overall estimate of Rufus Sewell net worth.
Rufus Sewell has also appeared in various stage plays. He was chosen for the role of Septimus Hodge to portray in the stage production called “Arcadia”. Moreover, Rufus Sewell appeared as Jan in “Rock ‘n’ Roll”. For his role in this production, the actor became a winner of an Olivier Award and was nominated for a Tony Award.
The actor was born in 1967 in South West London. His mother was an actress, whereas his father was an animator. When he was five years old, his parents divorced and he was raised with his brother in the care of their mother. When Rufus Sewell was ten years old, his father passed away. Until 1984, Rufus Sewell was studying at Orleans Park School. Then, he enrolled to study at West Thames College. There, he got interested in acting and later was accepted to study at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
In 1993, Rufus Sewell got his breakthrough when he was chosen to play the role of Tim in the production called “Dirty Weekend”. In the same year, the actor appeared in the BBC series called “Middlemarch” as well as in the stage play called “Arcadia”, which was shown at Royal National Theatre in London. These first appearances began to make his name popular and also increased the overall size of Rufus Sewell net worth.
In 1995, he appeared in the film by John Schlesinger called “Cold Comfort Farm”. Three years later, the actor was chosen for the leading part in the film called “Dark City”, where he appeared as John Murdoch. His most recent filmography includes such productions as “Victoria”, “Blinky Bill the Movie”, “The Man in the High Castle” and “Gods of Egypt”. All of these films have also increased the overall sum of Rufus Sewell net worth.