Stephen Moyer is a British actor who has a net worth of $10 million. His salary per episode of True Blood is $275,000. Stephen Moyer’s career started in the stage, where he took part in a variety of classy Shakespeare productions, including acclaimed stage productions of Romeo and Juliet. After attaining success in the stage, he gently made the jump from plays to TV shows and films. Before being cast in True Blood, Moyer could be viewed in a variety of places on both the large and little screens. Including films like Prince Valiant, Quills, and 88 Minutes, and TV shows like Highlander: The Raven and A Touch of Frost.
Stephen Moyer Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
Since being cast as the vampire Bill Compton on True Blood, Moyer has attained the type of acclaim and fortune that lots of young actors can only dream of. True Blood has additionally been good for Moyer’s love life: In 2010, he married his on-screen love interest Anna Paquin after having dated for about 3 years because the show started. His career has also taken off, getting lots of roles in films and TV shows.
October 11, 1969
Brentwood, United Kingdom
Actor, Television Director, Film Producer
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, St Martin's School, Brentwood
Anna Paquin (m. 2010)
Poppy Moyer, Charlie Moyer, Lilac Moyer, Billy Moyer
Satellite Award for Best Television Ensemble
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV Star: Male, Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama
The Barrens, The Caller, Quills, Concussion, Devil's Knot, Priest, The Double, Princess of Thieves, Killing Jesus, Undiscovered, The Sound of Music Live!, 88 Minutes, Restraint, Evidence, Uprising, Prince Valiant, Open House, Detour, Trinity, Catherine Cookson's The Secret, Menace, Comic Act, Lord Of Misrule, Deadlines, Perfect
True Blood, The Bastard Executioner, The Grand, A Drop of True Blood, The Starter Wife, Lilies, Ice, NY-LON, Ultraviolet, Peak Practice, Sunburn, Grand, Life Support, Conjugal Rites, Castles
He loves to box and frequently engages in sparring to keep in shape.
Played the part of a vampire in True Blood (2008) and he is attacked by humans. In Priest (2011), he played a human who is attacked by vampires. In Ultraviolet (1998), he played a human who is turned into a vampire and then killed by a human.
(On acting in violent scenes with his character, Jimmy Collins, in Empathy (2007)) I'm not like that in real life, so when I get the chance to punch a bit of air and let out a bit of steam, I love it.
(in a 2007 interview) I said to my son not that long ago, 'What do you want to do when you're older?' He said, 'I'm going to have to go away and think about it.' So off he went. He came back and said, 'Daddy, I've decided that I want to be an actor.'
(in a 2007 interview) If you'd asked me if I believed in the paranormal this time last year I'd have said no. I used to be an atheist, but I've chilled out a bit on that. A couple of things in the past year have made me think maybe there is something to it.
("we" being British actors) American actors are incredibly professional when preparing for a shot or getting into character, whereas we tend to be having a laugh and mucking about. We'll be more relaxed up until the point the camera rolls. That's not a criticism by any means, but there's a different way of working.
(on shooting in New York) It was a dream to shoot there and not be a tourist.