Taron Egerton net value: Taron Egerton is a Welsh acting professional who includes a net worthy of of $6 mil. Taron Egerton was created in Birkenhead, Merseyside, Britain in November 1989. In 2014 he starred in the tv screen series The Smoke as Dennis “Asbo” Severs. Egerton offers starred in the films Testament of Youngsters in 2014, Kingsman: THE TRICK Assistance in 2014, Tale in 2015, and Eddie the Eagle in 2016. He also offered the tone of voice of Johnny in the 2016 film Sing. Egerton can be scheduled to celebrity as the name personality in the forthcoming film Robin Hood and can star in the films Billionaire Boys Golf club and Kingsman: The Golden Group. In 2013 he previously a recurring part as Liam Jay in it series Lewis. Egerton was nominated to get a BAFTA Honor in 2016 as well as for Teenager Choice Honours in 2015 and 2016. In both of these years he was also included among the 50 best-dressed English males by GQ.
Is a RADA-trained actor who graduated with a BA (Hons) Acting in 2012.
Attended Ysgol Penglais Comprehensive school.
Started out in Aberystwyth Arts Centre before moving on to RADA.
Named one of GQ's 50 best-dressed British men in 2015.
Follows Manchester United Football club.
Is a member of the National Youth Theatre.
His father used to run a bed-and-breakfast and his mother works in social services.
Won the Stephen Sondheim Society 'Student Performer of the Year' 2011 when he was 21 years old.
First movie he saw at the theatre was Bambi.
Fell in love with acting as a teen after performing in his first production, A Midsummer's Night Dream, in which he played Flute, the cross-dressing Mechanical.
His name, Taron, is a play on traditional Welch name Taran which means thunder. His name came from a spelling mistake on his mother's part who put an 'o' instead of the second 'a'.
Auditioned for Scott Summers/Cyclops in X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), but turned the role down.
[on the great shape co-star Colin Firth got into] There was a scene which I hope will make the extras or an extended cut where Colin teaches me to eat and drink like a gentleman. It's such a cool little scene. He's got his blazer off but he's got an apron on. When we were filming that scene, and he took his blazer off, I remember telling him, "Colin, you've got pecs mate!" And he goes "Have I? Have I?" and I go, "You have! You've got some pecs man!" Colin got in really good shape and absolutely nailed all the fight stuff.
[on the stats he was able to achieve for his role in Kingsman: The Secret Service] I lost a lot of fat and put on a lot of muscle. I got down to five percent body fat and 88 kilos, which is quite lean and muscle-dense. It's not something I've done before. Frankly, it's a massive, massive lifestyle choice. I'd relish the opportunity to do it again.
[on the difficulty of his transformation for Kingsman: The Secret Service] The expectations for this film were so high. But if you are playing someone who has to save the world, you do have to have a bit of muscle tone, don't you? Dropping the fat, putting on muscle ... all of that is really hard if you haven't done it before. Ultimately it's very rewarding. But you do put yourself though a lot of pain to get yourself into that kind of shape. Watching my body transform was not something I ever imagined I could do - to completely change. Locked in a vault somewhere are some before and after photos.
[on how did he get and maintain six pack abs for Kingsman: The Secret Service] In order to do that you have to eat so strictly in order to maintain something like that and it has to become a real lifestyle. That extreme is not one I could maintain all the time, it's a real commitment to living a certain way. You have to do a certain amount of gym hours a week and you have to be pretty militant with yourself with regards to what you eat. If we ever decide to do another Kingsman I would certainly do it again. It's fantastically enjoyable when you do do it, you feel wonderful. To see my body transform and then to have that there forever on screen is quite a nice feeling. For generations to come, we can all appreciate my abs.
[on their bring a friendly bodybuilding competition on the set of Kinsman: The Secret Service] The big competition was between me and Ed Holcroft, who plays Charlie. Ed and I, despite the fact that we loathe each other in the film, are really big friends. But we - from day one - had a big competition to see who would get the biggest pecs, because we knew that we had to be topless. I think he may have got the guns, but in terms of abs and pecs I think I just pipped him to the post.
[on being in awe of his Eddie The Eagle co-star Hugh Jackman's physique] Hugh Jackman has got guns to die for. Have you seen his arms? They are bigger than my head!