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Rupert Friend (Rupert William Anthony Friend) was born on 9 October, 1981 in Stonesfield, is a British actor. At 39 years old, Rupert Friend height is 6 ft 0 in (185.0 cm).

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Popular As Rupert William Anthony Friend
Occupation Actor,director,screenwriter,producer,lyricist
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 9 October 1981
Birthday 9 October
Birthplace Stonesfield
Nationality English

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His wife is Aimee Mullins (m. 2016)

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Rupert Friend Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Rupert Friend worth at the age of 39 years old? Rupert Friend’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from English. We have estimated Rupert Friend's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Friend played the role of rebellious wildman Ernest Donovan in Strange Angel from 2018 to 2019, and his performance was praised as being "an open book in a language no-one can read".

In 2018 Friend performed a new audio drama by John Patrick Shanley, titled Last Night in the Garden I Saw You, which featured Michelle Williams (actress). The following year, Friend was asked by internationally renowned screenwriter David Koepp to narrate his debut novel Cold Storage for HarperCollins AudioBooks. He voiced the character of Peter Hardy in the 2019 Gimlet scripted podcast Motherhacker.


From 2005 to 2010, Friend dated English actress Keira Knightley, whom he met when filming Pride & Prejudice. He met American athlete and actress Aimee Mullins in 2013, and they became engaged in December 2014. Friend and Mullins were married on 1 May 2016.


Friend played a major role as Peter Quinn in the political thriller series Homeland. Introduced in season two as a supporting character, earning him an Outstanding Guest Actor Emmy nomination, his role became significantly larger after season three. His performance received widespread acclaim and he was nominated for three different awards. Friend reprised his role as Quinn in the fifth season of Homeland, which was filmed entirely in Berlin, Germany and premiered on 4 October 2015 and was mourned by the press after the sixth (his final) season. In the same year, Friend provided narration for Nick Knight's folk horror fashion film, The Face of a Dying Dog.


In 2014, Friend played Oliver Baumer in Fox Searchlight's film Starred Up. His performance was applauded by critics and was nominated for BIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 2015, Friend starred as Agent 47 in Hitman: Agent 47, a film based on the Hitman video game franchise, replacing Paul Walker. In order to play the role, he had to shave all his hair. He performed most of his own stunts. The production team also sent him copies of all the Hitman games for him to familiarize himself with the character.


Friend was asked by Kairos 4tet leader Adam Waldmann to write the lyrics for a track on their 2011 album Statement of Intent, and was then asked to write all the lyrics for their 2013 album Everything We Hold, which received rave reviews. His lyrics were sung by Marc O'Reilly, Omar Lye-Fook, and Emilia Martensson.


He also starred in the film Chéri and played the titular character opposite Michelle Pfeiffer. In addition, he joined the cast of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and played Kurt Kotler, a lieutenant in Nazi Germany. In 2010, he played Albert, Prince Consort in Young Victoria. Graham King, producer of Young Victoria, chose Friend to star in the lead role because he remembered Friend's strong performance in Pride and Prejudice. His performance received acclaim, in particular, from historian Alex von Tunzelmann, who praised him for putting in effort in mastering the role.

In 2010, Friend made his stage debut as Mitchell in the UK premiere of The Little Dog Laughed. He followed this with Dennis Potter's Brimstone and Treacle, in which he played the lead character to rave reviews. He stars in the film The Kid, based on the novel by Kevin Lewis. As the film involves boxing, he trained himself so as to improve his physical and psychological shape. He also starred in a French film called Lullaby for Pi, playing a singer called Sam. In 2011, he played Thomas Anders, the protagonist of the film 5 Days of War.


He played three minor roles in a stage production of The Laramie Project when he was in his third year in drama school, and was spotted by a casting director and made his acting debut as Billy Downs opposite Johnny Depp in the 2004 film The Libertine, for which he was named "outstanding new talent" at the 2005 Satellite Awards. In 2005, he had his first starring role as Ludovic Meyer in the film adaption of Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont, in which he starred opposite Joan Plowright. In the same year, he portrayed Wickham in Joe Wright's version of Pride and Prejudice. In 2008, Friend and Tom Mison wrote, produced and starred in a short film called The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers. The film won Best Short at the Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival (2010). He founded his own production company called Beat Pictures, and he made his directorial debut with a short film in 2010 called Steve, which starred Colin Firth, Keira Knightley and Tom Mison. In addition to directing, he wrote and produced the film, which was later included in the 2012 compilation Stars in Shorts. Steve won Friend the Rhode Island Film Festival Crystal Image Award, and was nominated for the Santa Barbara Film Festival Bruce Corwin Award for Best Short Film.


Originally he wanted to be an archaeologist and travel around the world after seeing Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade in 1989, but he scrapped the idea after realizing that the occupation was perhaps not as exciting as Indiana Jones's adventures had led him to believe. Instead, he turned to acting, in which he was inspired by Marlon Brando who played Vito Corleone, and Daniel Day-Lewis, whom he described as "mind-boggling".


Rupert William Anthony Friend (born (1981-10-09 ) 9 October 1981) is a British actor, director, screenwriter, producer and lyricist. He is known for his work in comedies and dramas, both in television and film. For his role as Peter Quinn on the Showtime series Homeland, he was nominated for an Emmy in 2013. He went on to collaborate with Armando Iannucci in the film The Death of Stalin in which he played Vasily Stalin, son of Joseph Stalin, and he played Theo Van Gogh, Vincent Van Gogh's brother, in Julian Schnabel's film At Eternity's Gate. He has also worked with Wes Anderson on The French Dispatch, and previous roles include Lieutenant Kurt Kotler in the 2008 film The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, Prince Albert in The Young Victoria, Oliver in the film Starred Up and Agent 47 in the film Hitman: Agent 47.