Steven Waddington is an English actor who has appeared in films and on television. He is well known for his role as Maj. Ducan Heyward in The Last of the Mohicans.
What is the Net Worth of Steven Waddington? Salary, Earnings
Waddington’s estimated net worth is $19 million. His acting career has earned him a substantial chunk of money. Furthermore, he has kept from the media details concerning his salary and pay.
Where was Steven Waddington born? Ethnicity, Nationality, Family, Education
Waddington was born on December 30, 1967, in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He is the younger brother of Peter Waddington and the younger sister of Averill Stubbs.
Waddington attended Pyecroft Middle School, Intake High School, and Old Farnley Primary School.
He was involved in several Yorkshire Television programs, including Eighteen Desperate Hours and Emmerdale Farm, as well as school plays.
He was admitted to East 15 Acting School in Loughton shortly after turning eighteen. Waddington finished his studies and joined the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) in the summer of 1989.
|53 years 10 months|
|December 30, 1967|
|Leeds, Yorkshire, England|
|5 feet 11 inches (1.80m)|
|Old Farnley Primary School, Ryecroft Middle School, Intake High School|
|Scorpio, Virgo, Taurus|
How tall is Steven Waddington? Weight, Hair Color
Waddington is 6’1′′ tall. His height, weight, shoe size, and other physical characteristics are unknown. He also has blonde hair and brown eyes.
How did Steven Waddington start his Professional Career?
Waddington made his theatrical debut in the early 1990s. His acting career began with minor appearances in several Yorkshire Television shows.
He ultimately landed the lead role in his debut film, Edward II. During the 1990s, he appeared in several big films, including The Last of the Mohicans (1992), Royal Deceit (1994), Resort to Murder (1995), Ivanhoe (1997), Tarzan and the Lost City (1998), and Sleepy Hollow (1999). During the 1990s, he made a name for himself in the entertainment industry.
Waddington portrayed Prasutagus in the 2003 film Boudica.
He also starred as the Duke of Buckingham in The Tudors, a Showtime series that debuted on April 1, 2007.
In 2008, he was nominated for a Golden Nymph Award for his performance in The Tudors. In 2014, he starred as Superintendent Smith in the highly acclaimed film The Imitation Game.
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