About Simon Pegg
It has been announced that the overall size of Simon Pegg net worth today is as much as 10 million dollars. He has earned his net worth through his successful career as a comedian. In addition to this, Simon Pegg is also known as an actor, screenwriter and producer. These involvements have also added up to the overall amount of Simon Pegg net worth.
Simon Pegg is mostly known for his appearances in movies of Three Flavours Cornetto. He did not only appear in it, but also worked as a writer. Simon Pegg worked in three parts of this trilogy, called “The World’s End”, “Hot Fuzz” and “Shaun of the Dead”. In 1999, Simon Pegg began to work on comedy show called “Spaced”, which lasted till 2001. These works have also increased the total sum of Simon Pegg net worth.
In 2009, Simon Pegg appeared in a production of “Star Trek”, where he played the part of Montgomery Scott. In 2013, he reprised this role in another part of this movie, called “Star Trek into Darkness”. Moreover, Simon Pegg appeared in movies of “Mission: Impossible”, where he portrayed the role of Benji Dunn.
In 2011, Simon Pegg starred in “The Adventures of Tintin”. There, he was chosen for a role of Thompson.
Simon Pegg has collaborated with a lot of well known people in cinema industry, such as Edgar Wright, Jessica Hynes and Nick Frost. These collaborations not only increased his image in cinema, but also added up to the overall size of Simon Pegg net worth.
He was born in 1970 in Gloucestershire. When he was 7 years old, Simon Pegg’s parents separated and when his mother married again, Simon Pegg got a surname of his step-father – Pegg. When he was a student, Simon Pegg studied in a lot of schools. In 1991, Simon Pegg became a graduate of the University of Bristol, where he got his degree in Theatre, Film and Television. When he was studying at this university, Simon Pegg also started his career as a comedian, which later became one of the main sources of his fame.
Simon Pegg since that time has appeared in a lot of productions of TV as well as film. His early roles were in productions, such as “Faith in the Future”, “Hippies”, “Asylum” and “Big Train”. In 1999 Simon Pegg became a member of the Channel 4 team, when he created series called “Spaced”.