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Sean Bean Net Worth

Sean Bean Net Worth

Net Worth: $8 Million

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  • Source of Wealth Film
  • Birth Place Handsworth, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
  • Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)
  • Marital Status Single
  • Full Name Shaun Mark Bean
  • Nationality United Kingdom
  • Date of Birth April 17, 1959
  • Ethnicity English
  • Weight N/A
  • Occupation Actor
  • Education Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)
  • Children 3 (Lorna, Molly,Evie Natasha)
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About Sean Bean

English film and stage actor,Sean Bean has an estimated net worth of $8 million.
Before enrolling in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Sean Bean was going to enter his father’s Sheffield steel fabrication business as a welder. He changed his mind after he garnered praise for acting in a few roles in local theater while taking an art class at Rotherham College. Bean received a scholarship to the prestigious academy and graduated a few years later with the Silver Medal for his performance in Waiting for Godot. Shortly thereafter, Bean performed in several West End productions. He also appeared in Romeo and Juliet with the Glasgow Citizens Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford-upon-Avon. In the first he played Tybalt and in the second he played Romeo. Following more stage experience, Bean made his feature film debut in 1986 in Derek Jarman’s Carvaggio.Two years later, after returning to the stage, Bean appeared in Mike Figgis’ Stormy Monday and in another Jarman effort, War Requiem. In addition to his filmwork, Bean also has a thriving television career that began in the mid-’80s. Notable television work includes Clarissa (1992) and Sharpe (1993). It is as a “bad guy” in films such as Patriot Games and Golden Eye that Bean is best-known in the U.S., though in the 1997 remake of Anna Karenina, he plays the dashing and romantic Count Vronsky. After joining Robert De Niro and Jean Reno for some international espionage in John Frankenheimer’s Ronin (1998), taking a psychotic turn in Essex Boys (2000) and kidnapping the daughter of a respected adolescent therapist in Don’t Say a Word (2001), Bean made his way to New Zealand for a role in director Peter Jackson’s eagely anticipated Lord of the Rings trilogy.