David O’Hara Net Worth: David O’Hara is a Scottish actor that has a net worth of $800,000 dollars. Produced July 9, 1965 in Glasgow, Scotland, his interest in a acting career arrived while he was still in high school. O’Hara left Scotland to pursue the craft in the age of 17, studying at London’s Central School of Speech and Drama. He made his movie debut in a tiny part in Bill Forsyth’s Comfort and Joy (1984) and played a Scottish lad in The Monocled Mutineer (BBC 1986), his first attempt on the smallish display. Among David’s stage performances, he impersonated Tybalt in a 1986 open air production of Romeo and Juliet and three years later took on the play’s more difficult part of Mercutio.
A couple of years after, David O’Hara costarred opposite Helen Mirren as a somewhat independent officer in Granada Television’s Prime Suspect V: Errors in Judgment, which aired on PBS’ Masterpiece Theatre. In 2006, O’Hara appeared as Fitzy in the Oscar winning movie The Departed. In June 2009, he worked on The Tudors in Dublin. O’Hara has appeared in well over 30 television productions/pictures between 1984 and 2014.
He grew up in Pollok, part of the south side of Glasgow's housing schemes.
His great-grandfather was Irish.
Deep, raspy voice
Usually plays a supporting role in his films
[on his upcoming film Attack on Darfur (2009)]: I'd say this is... this was the most impossible movie I've ever... ever made. But it was also impossible not to make it. It was impossible not to be involved, because of what it is.