Tobias Menzies Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career
Tobias Menzies Net Worth 2020 – Tobias Menzies has been building up his career in the British entertainment industry for over two decades with experiences in theater, television, and film. The English stage, television and film actor has racked up an impressive resume over the years.
His works include Casino Royale (2006), Underworld: Blood Wars (2016), Rome (2005–2007), Game of Thrones (2013–2016), Outlander (2014–2017) where he played a dual role for which he earned him a Golden Globe Award nomination.
Hanan Tobias Simpson Menzies was born on 7 March 1974 in London, England. He is 45 years old as of 2019. He was born the first son to Gillian (née Simpson) a teacher and Peter Menzies, a BBC radio producer. They later divorced when Tobias was apparently 6. He has one younger brother, Luke, who is a solicitor.
Menzies grew up playing tennis and would have gone pro in the game if acting hadn’t happened to him. He was also an expert swordsman.
He met Kristen Scott his co-host of whom they were romantically linked and believed to be dating in 2005.
They first met at the sets of ‘As You Desire Me,’ the London Production of Pirandello. Although she was married at that time and also being 14 years junior to Kristin and with three children the film actor still fall for her.
However, the two later split where Kristin went back to rebuild affair with her ex-husband
He attended the Perry Court Rudolf Steiner School in Canterbury, Kent and then the Frensham Heights School near Farnham in Surrey at the same time as Jim Sturgess. Later on, he enrolled in Stratford-upon-Avon College’s Year-out drama course in 1993-94 where his education involved training in the Steiner system, which includes movement, singing and musical instruments daily.
Thereafter, he proceeded to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art where he met and became friends with Sally Hawkins. He studied acting and graduated with a BA in 1998.
Tobias’ star has been on the rise since he graduated from RADA in 1998. The London-born actor began his career with parts in Foyle’s War, Midsomer Murders, and Casualty, while also working extensively on the stage. He earned particular praise from the theatre critics for his role as young teacher Irwin in Alan Bennett’s The History Boys.
Furthermore, he portrayed Keith in the 2005 film, A Very Social Secretary directed by Jon Jones and from 2005 -2007, he was cast in the main role as Marcus Junius Brutus in the HBO/BBC historical drama series Rome. His role in Rome was what announced him to international audiences.
A role in a London production of As You Desire Me led to a romance with co-star Kristin Scott Thomas in 2006 and, until they parted ways, the pair attracted considerable press attention. He made column inches again, this time for professional reasons, with his starring role as Marcus Junius Brutus in the HBO/BBC epic series Rome – which won him fans on both sides of the Atlantic.
Other notable credits include the character of Villiers, M’s assistant, in Casino Royale, and as William Elliot in a 2007 TV adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel Persuasion and in Atonement alongside Sairose Ronan and Kiera Knightley as well as in Channel 4’s dramatization of The Relief of Belsen broadcast on October 15.
Tobias Menzies had recurring roles in these tv series; The Deep (2010) as Raymond, The Shadow Line (2011) as Ross McGovern, and in 2012, he appeared in the main role as Richard Pembroke in Eternal Law. Then in 2013, he was cast as Edmure Tully, in HBO’s Game of Thrones. He was Maggie Gyllenhaal‘s bodyguard, Nathaniel Bloom in the 2014 British political spy thriller TV mini-series The Honourable Woman.
From 2014 to 2017, he co-starred in the TV series, Outlander in a dual role; as Frank Randall, a 20th-century historian, and Jonathan “Black Jack” Randall, his brutal 18th-century ancestor for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination and won the 2015 EWwy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
His recent on-screen credits include Underworld: Blood Wars (2016), The Terror (2018), Carmilla (2018), King Lear (2018) as Duke of Cornwall co-starring Anthony Hopkins, and would be cast in seasons 3 and 4 of Netflix’s The Crown, opposite Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II who he starred alongside within The Night Manager (2016) with Helena Bonham Carter as the Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret.
He has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million