It’s been reported the total sum of Nicholas Hoult net worth is 4 million dollars, as of right now. All these productions have added to the entire sum of Nicholas Hoult net worth. The performer was created in 1989 in Berkshire. His mom was working as a piano teacher, whereas his dad is a pilot for the business of British Airways. After that, the actor mostly got some parts in numerous TV productions.
Nicholas Hoult Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Nevertheless, the actor began to get an increasing number of popular when he got a part of Marcus in the production called “About a Boy”, which likewise added to the absolute size of Nicholas Hoult net worth. Besides performing, Nicholas Hoult additionally attended ballet classes with his sisters. He even appeared in the productions of “The Nutcracker” in addition to “Swan Lake”. Nevertheless, Nicholas Hoult himself has asserted that although he attended ballet lessons, he was never of the same quality in it as his sisters were.
Afterwards, himself became well known in the TV series aimed at teenage audiences, called “Skins”. There, himself got a part of Tony Stonem. The show was aired on the E4 network. For his appearance with this show, Nicholas Hoult even became a nominee of Walkers Home Grown Gift Award.
In 2010, himself signed an endorsement deal with Tom Ford and became a face of the organization’s eyewear line. Therefore, endorsement deals may also be a significant supply of raising the total quantity of Nicholas Hoult net worth.
Nicholas Hoult can also be known from two regions of the Xmen films, which are “X-Men: First Class”, and the newest part of it, “X-Men: Days of Future Past”. These looks have added up not only to his popularity, but also to the absolute size of his net worth, which, as has been promised, today reaches 4 million dollars.
Admitted on Top Gear (2002) that while wearing his full costume as Beast from X-Men, he ran onto a golf course, gave the golfers advice on their swing, and then simply ran away again, with no explanation.
Gabriel Byrne gave him a watch at the end of filming Wah-Wah (2005), engraved with his name, just as his character did in the film.
Was given a PlayStation, one of his character's jackets and his character's hamster by directors Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz after filming of About a Boy (2002).
Had to attend an audition for About a Boy (2002) wearing his school uniform but, unfortunately, he forgot his shoes. He told reporters that be borrowed his mother's white shoes and coloured them in, however, the colour came off!
Was hit by a bus during filming of a TV stunt. The stunt called for Nicholas to be tied to a chair and suspended 20ft off the ground when he was struck by the double decker which was supposed to stop inches from him. He escaped with a bruised head.
Was a choir boy.
Used to play the trombone.
All of his three siblings have had some acting experience.
At one time, he was rumoured to be Eoin Colfer's favourite to play the lead role in the proposed "Artemis Fowl" film adaptation of Colfer's fantasy novel. However, as time passed and there was trouble producing the film, Nicholas grew too old for the role and, finally, the project was cancelled, altogether.
Has three siblings: Clarista Hoult (b. 1992), James (b. 1977) and Rosie (b. 1984).
Will attend Farnborough Sixth Form College, located in Hampshire, in September 2006 where he will sit his AS and A-Level exams.
He is the son of Glenis Hoult (née Glenis J. Brown), a piano teacher, from Rochford, Essex, and Roger K. Hoult, a pilot, from Birmingham, in the West Midlands. His patrilineal ancestry can be traced back to his four times great-grandfather, Joseph Hoult, who was born c. 1815, in Staffordshire, England.
He used to attend Sylvia Young Theatre School, a prestigious stage school in London.
Distinctive "vulcan" eyebrows
[on training to play "R" in Warm Bodies (2013)] We had zombie classes. So there are some very strange videos out there of me and Rob Corddry and a few other people walking around studios. They'd say, "There's food over in the corner. You can smell brains", and we'd walk toward the corner like we were hungry for them. And, after a while, it became quite normal.
In real life you get out of the shower naked, so why wouldn't you do it on screen? It's just a normal thing.
I'm just a normal bloke!
It's always a bit overwhelming when you arrive on set and everyone's new, but you soon become a big family. I find the hardest thing about acting is that you have to say goodbye to everyone at the end of a shoot.
I've seen kids who only care about performing; it's their life and it's all they have, and it's not a nice thing to see. It's unhealthy and if you're surrounded by showbusiness, that's what can happen to you.
[about continue acting]"Yes, definitely, I love it. I'd like to stick to comedy as it's great fun, or an action movie like "Lord of the Rings"."
I don't like watching myself. I get embarrassed.
[on being asked what it was like working with Hugh Grant] "Hugh was brilliant. He helped me a lot by giving me ideas and teaching me something new every day. He really helped me get into my role. He's my idol now. Him and Jim Carrey - I'd like to work with him one day".