Rhys Ifans is a Welsh actor and musician he has a net worth of $12.5 million. Rhys Ifans has brought in his net worth from his portrayal of characters such as Spike in Notting Hill and Jed Parry in Enduring Love so that as a member of the Welsh rock groups Super Furry Animals and The Peth. His mother Beti Wyn is a nursery school teacher, and Eirwyn Evans his father is a primary school teacher. He is well known for his part in the movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part 1 in the character of Xenophilius Lovegood.
Rhys Ifans Net Worth $12.5 Million Dollars
Ifans will appear in the upcoming movie The Amazing Spider-Man in the character of Dr. Curt Connors/The Lizard. Ifans appeared as a presenter in the Welsh language TV channel S4C anarchic children’s quiz programme Stwnsh. The programe aired in a total of 31 fifteen minute broadcasts, he has also appeared in several other Welsh language television programmes in addition to performing at the Royal National Theatre, London as well as the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. He won a BAFTA in 2005 for his portrayal of comic Peter Cook in the TV film Not Only But Always.
Rhys additionally made a guest appearance for the rock band Oasis for the video for their single “The Importance of Being Idle” Rhys accepted their prize for Video Of the Year at the 2005/2006 NME Awards. Ifans was given an Honorary Fellowship, from Bangor University in North Wales, for his service to the film industry, on July 16, 2007. Llyr Evans Ifans’s brother is also an actor; the sibs starred together in the Welsh created film Twin Town. Rhys was engaged to actress Sienna Miller for a short time nevertheless the two stopped their relationship in June of 2008.
He was a self-described "obsessive fan" of the 'Spider-Man' comics as a child and got the chance to play the villain (The Lizard) in the 2012 reboot The Amazing Spider-Man (2012).
Was engaged to Sienna Miller, having been in a relationship with her since June 2007 (March-June 2008).
Both parents were teachers.
Won a scholarship to Guildhall School of Music & Drama and graduated in 1997.
Has appeared in several rock promos: "Hometown Unicorn" and "God Show Me Magic" by the Super Furry Animals (both 1996), "Mulder and Scully" by Catatonia (1998), "Mama Told Me Not To Come" by Tom Jones and the Stereophonics (2000), and "The Importance of Being Idle" by Oasis (2005).
Was the original lead singer for the band Super Furry Animals, leaving before the band became well known.
Left Wales at age 18 to study acting in London.
Name is pronounced Reese Ee-vans.
Has performed at the National Theatre and the Royal Exchange, Manchester.
His first language is Welsh, and at one time, he went to the all Welsh speaking school, Maes Garmon.
Both he and his brother Llyr Ifans are from Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wales, UK.
Welsh-speaker, has starred in many Welsh language dramas, comedies and entertainment programmes (for Welsh-language channel S4C).
Notting Hill (1999) was at once a set of wings and a ball and chain.
[on working with a stellar cast in Anonymous (2011)] You'd think that a cast of that stature would be intimidating, and it was quite the opposite. I felt so safe. And we all know each other. We know what it is to be underpaid and worked to the bone. So it was just a luxury from beginning to end.
[on whether he has reservations about Shakepeare's genius] I'm a British actor, so of course you suckle on the milk of William Shakespeare from the moment that you decide to act. But no, I'll say the body of evidence to prove that William Shakespeare from Stratford wrote all of these works is flimsy.
Every time the Tories get a bit of power they rip off all the things I love. The mining industry. Milk.
'I work hard and I party hard. When I go to work, I know what I am doing and I do it to the best of my abilities. When I party, I take exactly the same rule book with me. Except I might turn up later and outstay my welcome. I really don't know why that interests anybody, given that most of the population behaves in exactly the same way.
I'm a factory-floor actor. I learn the lines, I get there on time. I don't sit around with other actors and talk about the pain and the magic of acting. I'd rather just go down the pub. That's where the real magic happens. That's often where the ideas take flight. Very underrated, the pub, in terms of the history of creativity.