Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Jonathan Rhys Meyers | $ 18 Million
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Jonathan Rhys Meyers

Ireland
Net Worth $ 18 Million
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
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Born on: 27th Jul 77 Born in: Ireland Marital status: Married Occupation: Actor and Model
Introduction: The tall, dark and handsome Jonathan Meyers has combined his stern Irish descent with a calm demeanor to win renown for his roles as morally ambiguous and mostly androgynous protagonists. He is well known for his roles in movies like Mission Impossible III and Bend It Like Beckham and television roles in Elvis and The Tudors. Wealth: Starting off with A Man of No Importance, Jonathan Myers importance in the roles which he won in films has been increasing. His has a filmography spanning 37 titles including some hits like Velvet Goldmine, August Rush and Vanity Fair. He has also acted in four television series, two of which were super hits. As a model too, he has had success. He was the face for Versace men's collection and for Hugo Boss fragrances. Apart from modeling, he has done musical roles and is a vocalist. Spending: A 'single' life of the actor/model consists of a £3 million home in Maida Vale, London and two cars - the Audi A8 luxury car, Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid and the Range Rover Sport. Strongly 'male' brands patronized by the actor include Lacoste, Blackberry, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hugo Boss and RayBan. The combination of a difficult childhood and a tough road to stardom has him facing alcohol addiction issues, to treat which he has enrolled several times into five-star quality rehab centers. In 2008, he became a celebrity ambassador for The Hope Foundation. He regularly attends charity dinners and events too. He seems to love shopping and horseback riding and is a regular at both events. Personal Life: Baby Jonathan was baptized immediately after birth because nobody expected him to live long due to the heart condition he was born with. He survived but what followed was baptism by fire as he had a very tough childhood, having to cope with the separation of his parents and life in an orphanage. His experience at the auditioning of a 1994 film won him experience to figure in an ad for Knorr soup. A breakthrough came in 1996 when he landed a high-profile role in Michael Collins. The Loss of Sexual Innocence and Bend It Like Beckham got him to the mainstream audience. He played a wide variety of roles with his high point being the Golden Globe for Best Actor for the role of Elvis Presley in Elvis. He also flourished in his modeling career. He has been in and out of rehab to overcome his alcohol addiction.
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