How rich is Ivan Simon Cary Elwes?
Ivan Simon Cary Elwes Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 26, 1962|
|Birth place:||Westminster, London, England, UK|
|Height:||5' 11½" (1.82 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Producer, Director|
|Education:||Sarah Lawrence College, Yonkers, New York|
|Spouse:||Lisa Marie Kurbikoff (m. 2000-)|
|Parents:||Tessa Kennedy, Dominic Elwes|
|Siblings:||Damian Elwes, Cassian Elwes|
|Nominations:||Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Best Supporting Actor (1997), MTV Movie Award for Best Frightened Performance (2004)|
|Movies:||“The Princess Bride” (1987), “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” (1993), “Cradle Will Rock” (1999), “Kiss the Girls” (1997), “Edison Force” (2007), “Camilia Dickinson” (2011), “Hellgate” (2011), “The Story of Luke” (2012), “The Citizen” (2013)|
|TV shows:||“Psych” (2009 – 2014), “Family Guy” (2014), “The Art of More”, "The X-Files", "Batman Beyond" (1999), "Uprising" (2001)|
|Books:||Comic Book Villains|
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Cary Elwes Net Worth $14 Million
Cary Elwes was born on October 26th 1962. He’s an English actor and voice actor. He has a net worth of $14 Million that comes from his work in films and television. He was born in Westminster, London. When Cary was in school, he used to play in off-Broadway plays. Cary switched to America in the early eighties and made his performing debut in the movie “Another Country”. Carey subsequently became well-known for his parts in The Princess Bride, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Saw, and Saw 3D: The Final Chapter. Carey in addition has worked in television shows including the X-Files and Psych.
Carey was also a narrator for the audio books “The Jester”. Employed as a voice actor, he gave his voice for pictures like Pinky and the Brain, Quest for Camelot, Batman Beyond, and The Cat Returns among others. In 2011, he performed the English voice over for the Indian movie, Delhi Safari. Elwes met Lisa Kurbikoff in 1991. They got participated in 1997. The couple wed in 2000. In August 2005, he filed a lawsuit from the manufacturers of Saw, as they’d assured him one percent of the net profit of the movie, however he never received his full amount. The case was settled out of court.