Sometimes a single character from a particular movie might be sufficient for an actor to hold on to the limelight. Similarly, English actor Frank Dillane is best known as a teenage Lord Voldemort, Tom Riddle from the highly acclaimed movie Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Frank is also recognized for appearing as Nick Clark in the horror television series Fear the Walking Dead from 2015 to 2018.
Who Is He Dating? Glimpse Of Gay Act On-Screen
Frank is a very private person when it comes to expressing his personal life. However, we have come to know that he was dating a girl named Misha in 2016. He was spotted enjoying quality time with her on the beach in August 2016. His fan page on Twitter revealed about them by sharing a picture on 24 October 2016. After that, his dating story has not reached the boundaries of media.
Frank Dillane enjoys with his girlfriend in a picture posted by a fan page on 16 October 2016 (Photo: Twitter)
Well, his reel life is much more exciting than his real personal life. Frank portrayed the character of Nick Clark in the horror series Fear the Walking Dead (2015). In the series, he dated Danay Garcia's character, Luciana. His on-screen girlfriend was by his side until his last breath when Charlie pierced his chest with a bullet.
His character, Nick had a strange notion about his role in the series Fear the Walking Dead. He was associated with another character Strand who owned a boat in the series. Strand has a peculiar relationship with Thomas Abigal, and the duo even kissed in the series when he was leaving Thomas and heading to Los Angeles. They had a pretty close call on a gay act, but their orientation was not specified on the show.
How Did Frank Summon Net Worth?
Frank Dillane has been deriving his net worth mainly through his acting stint. He appeared in the movie Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince which crossed $934 million worldwide. His appearance in the blockbuster fantasy film helped him to secure wonderful payrolls.
He initiated his career in 1997 with a movie Welcome to Sarajevo. He played a character of Christopher Henderson in that movie when he was only six years of age. By the time he was sixteen, he had landed a prominent role of young Voldemort in the magical fantasy movie Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
The Englishman has also lent his roles in the movies like In The Heart of the Sea, How to Build a Girl, and Astral. He is also a star of series like Sense 8, Fears the Walking Dead, and many more. As per The Hollywood Reporter, an actor with few credits in big franchise movies likely receives payroll between $150,000 to $300,000. Since Frank has notable acting credits, his earnings might be somewhere between the figures.
As of 2019, the British actor is set to play in the upcoming movie adaptation of the best-selling novel How to Build a Girl by novelist Caitlin Moran. The original English novelist Caitlin wrote the film's script. Although Frank's exact role hasn't been made public, the movie is set to finish its post-production and release it at the end of the year 2019.
There is no doubt that the British actor has attracted immense fame and riches in his life from his career in the film industry. However, as of now, his net worth is still under review. He might hold thousands as net worth or might cross the thousands margin and touch millions from his acclaimed roles featuring in the industry. He also is an heir of his father, Stephen Dillane's hectic $6 million total worth.
Short Bio & Family
Frank Dillane was born on 21 April 1991 in London, England. He was born to actor parents Stephen Dillane and Naomi Wirthner. His father was also nominated for the Emmy his featuring of the character John Adams in the adventure-drama Game of Thrones. Likewise, his mother is also director & co-founder of a theatrical company named barebones Project.
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He holds an English nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity. The talented actor stands tall in 1.8 m (5 feet 11 inch) of height with appropriate body figures and long hair.
On his educational odyssey, Frank graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 2013.