Jason Isaacs net worth: Jason Isaacs is an English actor who has a net worth of $12 million. Jason Isaacs is best known for his performance as the Death Eater, Lucius Malfoy, in the Harry Potter films, and the brutal Colonel, William Tavington, in the movie, The Patriot. He also starred as the lifelong criminal, Michael Caffee, in the American television series, "Brotherhood." Jason Isaacs was born on June 6, 1963, in Liverpool to Jewish parents. His father was a jewelry-maker in the insular and closely knit Jewish community of Liverpudlians and his Eastern European great grandparents were founding members of the Liverpool suburb, Childwall. When he was 11, he moved with his family to Northwest London, where he attended the Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School; he was in the same year as film reviewer, Mark Kermode. He describes his childhood as preparation for portraying the unattractive villainous characters that he has most often played. In 1982, Isaacs attended Bristol University where he studied law and became more actively involved in the drama society, eventually performing in over 30 plays. After graduating from Bristol in 1985, he immediately went to train at London's Central School of Speech and Drama. After he completed his training, Isaacs almost immediately began a successful acting career both on stage on and television. His film debut was in a minor role as a doctor in Mel Smith's movie, The Tall Guy in 1989. Since then, he has enjoyed a lucrative career in acting. He has appeared in countless plays, television series, and movies including: The End of the Affair, the Harry Potter Series, The Patriot, Dragonheart, Event Horizon, Black Hawk Down, The Tuxedo, Captain Hook, The West Wing, and Brotherhood, to name a few. Isaacs, and his wife, BBC documentary filmmaker, Emma Hewitt have been married since 1988 and have two daughters, Lily and Ruby.
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Date of Birth
Jun 6, 1963
Actor, Television producer, Voice Actor
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
傑森·艾塞克, Айзекс, Джейсон
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