Jerome Flynn Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jerome Flynn Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Jerome Flynn Net Worth: Jerome Flynn is an English actor and vocalist who has a net worth of $3 million. His television debut came in the show American Playhouse in 1985. In 1986 he appeared in the TV series Display Two, The Monocled Mutineer, and Breaking Up. In 1998 Flynn had a recurring part as Freddie in the TV series The Fear. In 1993 he starred as D.S. Eddie Hargreaves in the show Between the Lines. He starred as Tom McCabe in the TV series Badger sort 1999 to 2000. Among his best known characters has come as Bronn in the HBO television drama show Game of Thrones since 2011. He’s been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Exceptional Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series for Game of Thrones. Flynn was also one of half of the singing duet Robson & Jerome. The duet became popular thanks to the show Solider Solider and solely performed cover songs. The duet had three #1 hits and two #1 studio albums. They also had the best selling single of 1995 with “Unchained Melody”.
March 16, 1963
Bromley, Greater London, England
6' (1.83 m)
Central School of Speech and Drama
Fern Flynn, Eric Flynn
Johnny Flynn, Daniel Flynn, Lillie Flynn, Kerry Flynn
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor
Loving Vincent, Best, P.D. James: A Mind to Murder, Kafka, Edward II, A Summer Story, To Kill a Priest, Dante's Daemon
Ripper Street, London's Burning, Soldier Soldier, The Monocled Mutineer, Game of Thrones, The Fear, Ain't Misbehavin', Flying Lady, Badger
When you're in something like 'Game of Thrones' and get the chance to play a part like Bronn, with that cast and with Peter Dinklage, it's wonderful.
I don't think it takes much for a cult to be a cult. Many parts of our society are cultish, and you only need a charismatic leader and some teachings, and before you know it, you have a cult.
Who do I think Jack The Ripper was? Do you know, I've got no idea who Jack The Ripper was. No idea.
We keep on saying 'Jack' and 'he,' but that's one of the great things about the Ripper: its a mystery, which is part of the fascination and the fear. If you can see evil and face it, it often doesn't look so evil, but the Ripper never got caught.
If you can walk into a set and feel the reality of it, then immediately you're not having to work to bring yourself into the character.
Shaking's great. Shaking's one of the oldest practices known to man. Standing round a fire and connecting with the earth and moving energy through the body because it's where a lot of our stuff can get trapped. Yeah, I would recommend it.
I often played nice guys when I was younger, and it's nice to be able to explore the darker side.
Shaking's one of the oldest practices known to man. Standing round a fire and connecting with the Earth and moving energy through the body because it's where a lot of our stuff can get trapped.