It’s been estimated the overall sum of Ed Westwick net worth is 4 million dollars, as of right now. He’s rolled up his net worth through his profession as a musician and celebrity. Ed Westwick now is generally understood in the popular TV series called “Gossip Girl”, where he was selected for a part of Chuck Bass. This program in addition has added up a lot to the overall approximation of Ed Westwick net worth. Along with his appearance on TV, Ed Westwick can also be understood from some films, like “Chalet Girl”, “Romeo and Juliet”, “S. Darko” and “J. Edgar”.
Ed Westwick Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
These looks have raised his popularity and the total size of Ed Westwick net worth. The performer was created in 1987 in Hertfordshire. The musician and actor was born in a family of three boys and he’s the youngest from these. When the actor was a child, he began to attend lessons of music in addition to play courses. Afterwards, the kid moved to London, where he became a pupil at the National Youth Theatre.
Additionally, the musician and actor appeared in some movies, also, like “Son of Rambow”, “Breaking and Entering” and “Children of Men”. These early appearances made the kid more well known on the market as well as raised the overall amount of Ed Westwick net worth.
In 2007, the kid got a part in the TV series that made him well known in the business — the formerly mentioned “Gossip Girl”. The show are considered to be according to a novel composed by Cecily von Ziegesar of the exact same name. Next year, Individuals compiled another list called 100 Most Amazing, and also this time Ed Westwick additionally appeared on it. He also possesses many endorsement deals. Among the most significant ones is his contract with Kswiss, which he signed in 2008.
June 27, 1987
Stevenage, United Kingdom
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Actor, Musician, Model
National Youth Theatre in London
Carole Westwick, Peter Westwick
Teen Choice Awards. Moreover, he won Teen Choice Award in the category of Choice TV Villain (2008 (2008), 2009), Young Hollywood Award for the Breakthrough Performance Male (2009)
Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor - Drama/Action Adventure, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Male
‘Gossip Girl’, ‘Children of Men’ (2006), ‘Breaking and Entering’ (2006), ‘Son of Rambow’ (2007), ‘100 Feet’ (2008), ‘J. Edgar’ (2011), ‘Romeo & Juliet’ (2013), ‘Bone in the Throat’ (2015)
His mother, Carole Vivien (Blenkiron), is an educational psychologist, and his father, Peter Westwick, was a lecturer in business studies. On his father's side, he is the grandson of Fred Westwick and Irene Heath. On his mother's side, he is the grandson of Thomas Blenkiron and Alice Elizabeth Cadby.
He is the lead singer of the band The Filthy Youth.
Gossip Girl (2007) is based on a woman who spreads gossip on the internet, so I guess the concept of the show is stretching out into real life. People chop and change in their relationships. Life imitates art and art imitates life.
[on his chemistry with Leighton Meester] I'm madly in love with Leighton, so that's what helps on my behalf, maybe so much that she doesn't even have to be in love with me. I love enough, she's mine. I'm incredibly close with her, she's a lovely girl.
This is my trademark: I rip my T-shirt. I'm into the whole showing-a-bit-of-chest-hair thing.
My weakness is the neck - when girls get too close to my neck, crazy things start to happen.
I'm childish at times, passionate, a little crazy, I guess. And I pride myself on being one of the last romantics. (on his dating style at 21).
If I want to go out and drink and throw a glass in the street, I'll do it. As long as the reason is that I want to have fun and not that I want to create some sort of tension around me. Then I'd be a d**k, but I'm not. (on his late-night behavior rumors).
I like the glamorous indie rock look, like the Libertines. But you know, without the heroin needle sticking out of my arm. (on his fashion sense).
I'm not a player. (on rumors he's a womanizer, like his character Chuck Bass).
Shaving every day. (on what's annoying about being on Gossip Girl).
They want Chuck, not me. Chicks dig a bad boy. (on why does he think women are attracted to him).
I'm a showman. I wouldn't say I'm a rock star, though...All right, in my dream world, I am.
Music is my release.
My brother and I had a band, Fangs of fury, for about five minutes (when he was 6 years old), I just sat and watched him. So we were a two-men band, with one man doing something.
I've always connected with music. Life's not always what you see; it's what going on in your head. Music is what comes out of your subconscious.
The whole buzz of the city turns me on. I'm a night time kind of guy, so I love going out. I always sense potential in the night - especially during the summer. When the sun's out the girls put on nice dresses. It's like London in the summertime: there's all this energy that's been laying under the earth for eight months of the year that's just been bubbling and cooking until finally it comes out with the sun.
I'm not into sceney spots, so we hang out in people's apartments. I'm only 20. And I'd rather be known for my career rather than my whereabouts. To be respected as an actor it doesn't help to be seen out in the clubs.
But there are a lot more differences than similarities between Chuck and me. When I was 17, I had certain characteristics of Chuck's, but obviously the context was different. I didn't come from the Upper East Side and I didn't have the same desires. Oh, and I didn't have a string of lovers. I'm a good boy.
My brother Will was more of a devil. Though I was easily led astray.