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Christopher Guest Net Worth: Christopher (Haden) Guest was born February 5, 1948 in NYC, New York and holds dual British and American citizenship. Guest additionally had a featured role as the wicked six-fingered Count Rugen in the movie The Princess Bride. A youthful Guest spent the majority of his youth in London where his dad, the 4th Baron of Saling, in Essex, was an associate of the House of Lords. As a teen, Guest attended The High School of Music and Art in Nyc, ferrying back and forth between England and America. He credits his geographically varied youth for giving him his power to mimic other dialects.
One of Guest’s first performances arrived in the Broadway show Moonchildren in 1972. But it was not long before he started going in the course of humor, first giving to The National Lampoon Radio Hour and then working with Chevy Chase in the off Broadway revue National Lampoon’s Lemmings. In the late ’70s, Guest started composing and performing for Saturday Night Live (SNL). It was there that he struck gold with This is Spinal Tap, a parody of an English rock band according to Guest’s actual experiences touring with the unnamed group in 1978. Guest would later team up with Rob Reiner and other people to write the script and music for This is Spinal Tap (1984). Through the late ’80s and early ’90s, he made cameo appearances in such hit films as Little Shop of Horrors. When Guest’s dad died in 1996, the celebrity became the 5th Baron Haden-Guest, of Saling, in the County Essex. For 3 years, until hereditary peers were barred in 1999, Guest frequently attended the House of Lords.