Ian McShane Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Ian McShane Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
Ian McShane net worth: Ian McShane is an English actor, director, producer, and voice over artist who has a net worth of $10 million dollars. Ian McShane was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, England, and went on to attend the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He started his professional career in 1962, while he was still a student, appearing in the movie, “The Wild and the Willing”. He has since gone on to an incredibly hectic career in the UK and also the US. He has appeared in such projects as, “You Can Not Win”, “Wuthering Heights”, “ITV Playhouse”, “The Fantastic Journey”, “Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic”, “Marco Polo”, “Bare Essence”, “War and Remembrance”, “Dallas”, “Miami Vice”, “Mistress of Suspense”, “Lovejoy”, “Madson”, “The Naked Truth”, “Sexy Beast”, “In Deep”, “The West Wing”, “Trust”, “Scoop”, “We Are Marshall”, “Death Race”, “Kings”, “The Pillars of the Earth”, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides”, and “Snow White and the Huntsman”. He is most widely recognized for his award winning work on the series, “Deadwood”.
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama, TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain, Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Ensemble Performance, Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, Satellite Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film, Annie Award for Voice Acting in a Feature Production, TV Land "Character You Really Don't Want to Make Angry" Award
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Hercules, Snow White and the Huntsman, Jack the Giant Slayer, Sexy Beast, Kung Fu Panda, The Pillars of the Earth, Coraline, Death Race, 44 Inch Chest, Case 39, John Wick: Chapter 2, Cuban Fury, Hot Rod, The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising, The Golden Compass, The Brothers Grimsby, John Wick, We Are Marshall, Scoop, Shrek the Third, The Last of Sheila, Agent Cody Banks, If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium, Battle of Britain, Sitting Target, The Wild and the Willing, Sky West and Crooked, Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You, Too Scared to Scream, Bilal: A New Breed of Hero, Yesterday's Hero, The Hollow Point, Nemesis Game, The Pleasure Girls, Cheaper to Keep Her, Journey into Fear, The Fifth Musketeer, Tam-Lin, Bollywood Queen, Code Name: Diamond Head, Babylon 5: The River of Souls, The Great Riviera Bank Robbery, Grand Larceny, The Great Escape II: The Untold Story, Nine Lives, The Lives of Jenny Dolan, Torchlight, Ransom, Perry Mason: The Case of the Desperate Deception, Dick Francis Mysteries
Deadwood, Lovejoy, Kings, Jesus of Nazareth, Bare Essence, War and Remembrance, The Naked Truth, Dallas, Armchair Thriller, Armchair Theatre, Disraeli, Marco Polo, CBS Summer Playhouse, Matt Helm, Roots, In Deep, Redcap, Will Shakespeare, Young Charlie Chaplin, ITV Playhouse, Trust, Rogues' Gallery, Evergreen, Q.E.D., You Can't Win
His father was Scottish. His mother, who was English-born, was of Irish and English ancestry.
His favorite shows are Family Guy (1999) and The Simpsons (1989). In a 2010 interview he remarked "They tell you what's happening in the world. Best shows on television".
An appealing romantic lead in several hit movies of the sixties, by the late seventies he had progressed to character parts, such as the title roles in the BBC Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic (1978) and the very popular TV series Lovejoy (1986).
After over 40 years in the business, he has finally struck it big internationally with his performance as the macho, gruffly-complex villain, Al Swearengen, on the HBO series, Deadwood (2004).
Grew up in Manchester.
Father was Harry McShane, the Manchester United footballer.
I became a high-functioning alcoholic and drug taker. I would always remember my lines, and always be on time, but some of the films I was in then I have no recollection of having done them.
My wife is American, though, and she's been my wife for 36 years, and I do love the place. When I see all this Trump bullshit, all his bombast and stupidity, I think that's not the America I know.
That was a volatile time in my life. Lunacy. Off the rails for a year and a half. Sylvia was a great girl, but we were hardly seeing each other towards the end, because we were always away filming in different parts of the world and then, when we did meet, we would fight.
Giving up smoking was the hardest one of all - tougher than alcohol and drugs. I was smoking at work out of boredom a lot of the time. You'd finish filming a scene and have three hours until the next one. I always say that movies pay me to wait around - and I do the acting for free.
The bad boy: always more fun. It's funny. When you're in your early 20s, you go ahead and do everything. And it's very hard to judge yourself. It's like when you're in drama school, and you're playing a 60-year-old in Russian plays, and you get criticized, and you say, 'What the hell, I'm an 18-year-old trying to be a 60-year-old Russian?' But the bad boy, I had a knack for it from the start.