Nonso Anozie Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Body, and Career

Nonso Anozie Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Body, and Career

Nonso Anozie Net Worth – As should always be the case for an actor who is hoping to reach great heights in their career, he or she should train and have the versatility to take up roles in theatre, film, television, or radio, as Nonso Anozie has managed to do.

The British-Nigerian actor, who attained great fame in the theatre acting world before stepping into screen roles, is best known for his roles in movies and series like RocknRolla (2008), Zoo (2015-2017), Cinderella (2015), and Game of Thrones (2012).

Early Life:

He was born on May 28, 1979, in England to his parents who are from Nigeria.

While there is not much information about his family and how he was brought up, it is known that he had always wanted to be an actor since he was only 8 years old, thanks to the influence of a Ghanaian, Lord Eric Sugumugu who came and read African stories to him and other kids when they were in primary school.

Described as a veteran in the theatre, he was educated at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

Body Measurements:

Looking at it in numbers, he has a height of 6ft 6inches (198 cm)  which is very proportional to his giant body weight of 127 kg (280 pounds).

Career:

After his secondary school education, he enrolled at the Central School of Speech and Drama, where he graduated from in 2002. That same year, he landed the title role in William Shakespeare’s King Lear and went ahead to make a name for himself in the classical theatre acting scene.

One of his greatest accomplishments as a stage performer was winning the Ian Charleson Award in 2004 for his performance in Othello.

In 2006, Anozie decided to branch out of theatre acting and try his hands at a few on-screen roles. His first job was supposed to be in the film adaptation of famed English novelist, Philip Pullman’s Northern Lights, where he would voice the armored bear Iorek Byrnison, however, a few months before the film was set to be released, he was replaced by multiple award-winning actor Ian McKellen.

Anozie then went on to feature in films like the romantic war drama film Atonement (2007), the crime comedy film RocknRolla (2008), the comedy-drama film Happy-Go-Lucky (2008), and the crime drama film Cass(2008).

Nonso Anozie gained more exposure when he played the roles of Artus in Conan the Barbarian (2011) and Jackson Burke in The Grey (2011), alongside Liam Neeson. In the following years, Anozie landed main cast roles in Dracula(2013-14) and Zoo (2015-2017) as he also starred in 7 Days in Entebbe(2018).

Net Worth:

Nonso Anozie is said to have a net worth estimated to be around $2 million.