Linus Roache Net Worth

Linus Roache Net Worth is
$5 Million

Linus Roache Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Linus Roache began his acting career with a two-week appearance as a young Barlow on Coronation Street (1960) at the age of 11. He also played a boy with the bubonic plague in The Onedin Line (1971). He spent much of the next two decades on stage. In 1986 he had brief appearances in a few films, including Link (1986). He was brought to attention in...
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Date Of BirthFebruary 1, 1964
Place Of BirthManchester, Greater Manchester, England, UK
Height5' 10" (1.78 m)
ProfessionActor, Composer
SpouseRosalind Bennett
Star SignAquarius
1Most of the TV shows I've done have all been in the U.S.
2I'd be willing to do anything. I'm not precious. I'd wash dishes.
3New York, without a doubt, is my favorite city in the world.
4In the end, it's your job to own the role, and in the end, you are playing certain aspects of your own self, even.
5I've been to India a lot, ever since when my mum was in The Jewel in the Crown (1984).
6I shot a pilot for ABC, which I'm a bit confused about what the actual title is - I heard it was called 'Chosen.' It's directed by Roland Emmerich - the master of disaster himself - and it's his idea and concept for the show that's a supernatural thriller about good and evil set in contemporary modern day New York.
7It seems to me that whatever path you choose to take, in the end its up to each of us to try, test and live what we find out, to apply it and see what actually works, and that's the exciting and challenging part of this very real adventure.
8Part of me wanted to disappear into a cave in India, and I did end up going on retreats there, but, don't ask me why, I always felt very strongly that the point for me was to find a way to live a truly spiritual life in the modern day world and be able to work with all the positive aspects of our cultural and technological advancements.
9If you count my childhood appearances in a few TV shows and being the son of two well-known actor parents in the U.K., plus three years of drama school, you could say that I've been pretty much surrounded by the business of acting and performing my entire life.
10In modern times, if you're on an airplane and it's going down, that's it. You've got a couple of minutes, if that, to work out where you stand in relationship to the whole of your life.
11I love working in films.
12Dad has always been - and still is - a great influence on me. He has always stood up for spirit, staying true to his beliefs... and I like to do the same with regard to my own true beliefs, regardless of potential criticism or mockery.
13I just love variety. I love being able to do different things. Do period pieces and sci-fi. I love being able to move between genres and be flexible.
14I realised success as an actor alone wouldn't make me happy. I needed to explore my spiritual side in more depth.
15Both my parents are actors, in very different ways.
16When you've got good writing, you can kind of give up all the research, in a way, and start just following the emotional integrity of the journey of your character.
17There's so much cynicism around in Britain, especially in the press. The American press might be naive, but at least you feel as if they're on your side.
18The Vikings themselves are fascinating creatures. They're human beings, of course, but their ethos are so different from ours. The fact that they live as warriors - their willingness to die for the sake of what they believe in - is quite shocking to us, and it's fascinating to see.
19A spiritual life is 24 hours a day, seven days a week. How do you live? What's true? How do you respond? It's not about living by beliefs; it's about wanting to know.
20I briefly flirted with some of the new age offerings available in the early '90s and found strength in Buddhism, but ultimately I was looking for something that was not tied to tradition.
21When I went to drama school, I thought that everybody would think I was only there because my dad was on TV.
22You might get one job for having a famous parent, but you won't get your second unless you're good.
23Trying to act cold is a challenge when your makeup's running and sweat is pouring down your neck.
1Has joined cast of Law & Order (1990) for its 18th season as the new Executive A.D.A., Michael Cutter, to begin airing Jan. 2008. [August 2007]
2Is vegetarian.
3After Priest (1994) and the BBC wartime drama Seaforth (1994), Roache gave up acting and spent 18 months in India, where he discovered spiritual meditation.
4Brother of Vanya (born 1967). half-brother of Verity Elizabeth (born 1981), Edwina (born 1982, died 1984), William James (born 1986).
5Son of actors William Roache and the late Anna Cropper (who divorced in 1974); stepson of the late Sara Roache.


Dark Horse2012TV MovieSenator Ethan Teras
The Miraculous Year2011TV MovieScott Vance
Coronation Street1975-2010TV SeriesLawrence Cunningham Peter Barlow
Law & Order2008-2010TV SeriesMichael Cutter
Mean to Me2010Short
Out Here in the Fields: The Field on Beach Lane2009ShortNarrator
Yonkers Joe2008Teddy
Before the Rains2007Henry Moores
Kidnapped2006-2007TV SeriesAndy Archer
Broken Thread2007Ram
The Namesake2006Mr. Lawson
The Ten Commandments2006TV Mini-SeriesAaron
A Through M2006ShortThe Voice of the Party
Find Me Guilty2006Sean Kierney
12 and Holding2005Jim Carges
Batman Begins2005Thomas Wayne
The Forgotten2004A Friendly Man
The Chronicles of Riddick2004Purifier
Beyond Borders2003Henry Bauford
Blind Flight2003John McCarthy
RFK2002TV MovieRobert F. Kennedy
The Gathering Storm2002TV MovieRalph Wigram
Hart's War2002Capt. Peter A. Ross
Pandaemonium2000Samuel Coleridge
Best2000Denis Law
Siam Sunset1999Perry Roberts
The Venice Project1999Count Jacko / Count Giaccomo
Shot Through the Heart1998TV MovieVlado
The Wings of the Dove1997Merton
How High the Moon1994TV Mini-Series
Seaforth1994TV SeriesBob Longman
Priest1994Father Greg Pilkington
Seiden RG Veda1992VideoYasha (1993) (English version, voice, as Linus Roach)
Shakespeare: The Animated Tales1992TV Mini-SeriesRomeo
Screen One1992TV SeriesDS Brian Tait
Screenplay1990TV SeriesTom
Omnibus1990TV Series documentaryVincent
Saracen1989TV SeriesDaniel McAvaddy
A Sort of Innocence1987TV SeriesRichard Davison
No Surrender1985Ulster Boy
The Onedin Line1976TV SeriesBoy
Division 192017completedCharles Lynden
The Last Full Measurepre-productionWhit Peters
Vikings2014-2017TV SeriesKing Ecbert
Barry2016/IIBill Baughman
ID2: Shadwell Army2016Vinnie
Vikings: Athelstan's Journal2015TV SeriesKing Ecbert
Innocence2014/VMiles Warner
The Blacklist2014TV SeriesThe Kingmaker
Non-Stop2014David McMillan
The Making of a Lady2012TV MovieLord James Walderhurst.
Supercapitalist2012Mark Patterson
Titanic2012TV Mini-SeriesHugh, Earl of Manton
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2011-2012TV SeriesMichael Cutter


Among Garbage & Flowers2005Short as Linus Roach, original music


Passion and Romance: The Wings of the Dove1999Video documentary short thanks


Vikings: Season 3 - Guide to the Gods2015Video documentary shortHimself
Vikings: Season 4 - Guide to the Gods2015Video documentary shortHimself
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade2009TV MovieHimself
Kidnapped: Ransom Notes2007Video shortHimself
Remembering 'The Forgotten'2005Video documentary shortHimself
Liquid News2001TV SeriesHimself
Passion and Romance: The Wings of the Dove1999Video documentary shortHimself
Venice Report1997TV Short documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Vikings: Athelstan's Journal2015TV SeriesKing Ecbert
The Dark Knight Rises2012Thomas Wayne (uncredited)
30 Rock2012TV SeriesExecutive A.D.A. Michael Cutter

Won Awards

2003Golden Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for TelevisionThe Gathering Storm (2002)
2002Evening Standard British Film AwardEvening Standard British Film AwardsBest ActorPandaemonium (2000)

Nominated Awards

2004BAFTA Scotland AwardBAFTA Awards, ScotlandBest Actor in a Scottish FilmBlind Flight (2003)
2003Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for TelevisionRFK (2002)
1996Chlotrudis AwardChlotrudis AwardsBest ActorPriest (1994)

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