From portraying the character of a college student to essaying the role of an FBI Agent, Rupert Evans gives the word versatile its true meaning from his diversified acting credits.
English actor Rupert Evans is mostly recognized as the main lead in the 2015 British psychological horror movie named Tank 432. Rupert is known for his appearance in The Man in the High Castle.
Previously Dating Actress, On-Screen Relationship!
The 41-year-old actor has dated an actress named Lyndsey Marshall. The former couple was the attendees of the film premiere of Rupert’s 2004 movie Hell Boy.
The former pair at the Los Angeles premiere of his new movie Hellboy on 30 March 2004 (Photo: Shutterstock.com)
However, the couple got separated in a low-key manner and never revealed the reason behind their split. Lydnsey is now married to writer and producer Alastair Siddons.
Then Rupert on his interview for The Guardian Magazine in 2014 talked about his favorite computer game, which happens to be Tiger Woods Golf. The actor used to awake till 3 am every night and got obsessed with the game. He revealed that he made his another girlfriend go mad at him when she heard the noise of moving things during the sleeping hours. Although he mentioned his girlfriend in the interview, he didn't disclose her identity yet.
In his acting career, Rupert is the boyfriend of actress Alexas Davolos in the 2015 TV series, The Man in the High Castle. However, Rupert is reportedly not married yet. But his relationship with Lydnsey and new mystery girlfriend has falsified his gay rumors.
Family: Traded Table And Bath Wares
Rupert possesses a genuine admiration for pottery inherited from his family history. He was raised on Stock-on-Trent, a well-reckoned place for pottery to which his family got involved earlier in table and bath ware trades.
During an interview for Countryfile Magazine in 2015, he talked about his early accident prone days. He remembered one of the incidents when he was thrown into a hedge by a bull. Rupert also recalled the memories with his father when he used to take him to climb the tower at Cannock Chase to watch deer. His father always used to make him plant trees and has always liked to keep the environment fresh and green.
In the same interview, he talked about his mother who had to pick and drop him into a bath of Dettol, which was painful according to him. Rupert is the not the only child in the family and has a brother named Tom Evans.
He also tweeted a post on 7 April 2017 to remember the legendary actor, Tim Pigott-Smith. He described late Tim as a versatile actor and being a family man who played his father role three times in his career.
What Is Rupert Evans Net Worth?
Rupert has accumulated the major part of his increasing net worth from his acting career since 2001. He added a significant amount towards his elevating wealth after playing the role of Frank Frink in the 2015 Amazon series, The Man in the High Castle and the role as a student in the 2002 British television series, Crime and Punishment.
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The Amazon Studio has reportedly splashed $107 million for the second installment TV series to cover their production and marketing costs. A total sum of nearly $11 million is invested per episode to make every scene even more spectacular.
The artist collected a wide amount of receipt when he played the part of Jerry Levov in the 2016 crime-drama movie, American Pastoral. The Ewan McGregor directorial made a domestic box office collection of $544,098.
He also gathered some profitable earnings from the early 2016 comedy horror movie, The Boy. The film made a total domestic Gross collection of $35,819,556.
Rupert Evans was born on 30 March 1977 in Staffordshire, the United Kingdom as per wiki. The actor stands at the height of 1.78 m (5’ 10”) tall and belongs to a white ethnicity.
Talking about his education, Rupert went to Bilton Grange School in Dunchurch and also attended Milton Abbey School in Milton Abbas and the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in South Kensington in London.