Tony Pollard Net Worth

Tony Pollard Net Worth is
$3 Million

Tony Pollard Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Tony Pollard is an archaeologist specialising in the archaeology of conflict. He is Director of the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology at Glasgow University. He is the co-presenter of the BBC series Two Men in a Trench and co-founder of the Journal of Conflict Archaeology.Tony was born in Macclesfield in the north of England in 1965, though he moved to Oban on the West coast of Scotland in the late 1970s. He studied archaeology at Glasgow University and after graduating stayed on to do a PhD on prehistoric hunter gatherers. After obtaining his PhD in 1995 he spent two years living in Brighton while working for the field archaeology unit of University College London. In 1997 he returned to Glasgow to work for Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division (GUARD). Following a first visit to South Africa in 1999 he carried out a project investigating battlefields from the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879. In 2000 he co-organised, with Phil Freeman of Liverpool University, the first ever international conference on Battlefield Archaeology. He then went on to make two series of Two Men in a Trench which introduced the public to the archaeology of British battlefields.The Centre for Battlefield Archaeology was founded in 2006 and Tony appointed its Director. Since then the Centre has gone on to offer the world's first post-graduate course in Battlefield and Conflict Archaeology. The Centre has carried out various projects which include the examination of Jacobite battlefields in Scotland (including Culloden) and most recently the investigation of British and Australian mass graves from World War I at Fromelles in France.He has written numerous papers and articles on archaeology and military history and edited several books on subjects as diverse as the early prehistory of Scotland and the archaeology of death. Along with Neil Oliver he wrote the two books accompanying the Two Men in a Trench programmes.In 2008 his first novel The Minutes of the Lazarus Club, a thriller based on the life of the famous engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was published by Michael Joseph. It was published in 2009 by Penguin under the title of The Secrets of the Lazarus Club.

ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew


Nazi Mega Weapons2013TV Series documentaryArchaeologist specialist battlegrounds

Location Management

Cándido López - Los campos de batalla2005Documentary location advisor


Time Team2008TV Series documentary archaeologist - 1 episode


Nova2016TV Series documentaryHimself
The Quest for Bannockburn2014TV Series documentaryHimself
The First Georgians: The German Kings Who Made Britain2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Battlefield Archaeologist, University of Glasgow
Walking Through History2013TV Series documentaryHimself - Centre of Battlefield Archaeology
Digging the Great Escape2011TV Movie documentaryHimself - Chief Archaeologist (as Dr Tony Pollard)
Time Team2008-2011TV Series documentaryHimself - Battlefield Archaeologist / Himself - Archaeologist, University of Glasgow
The Battle for North America2010TV Movie documentaryHimself - University of Glasgow
Two Men in a Trench2002TV Series documentaryHimself (2002)

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