Ed Speleers Net Worth

Net Worth:$4 Million
Date of Birth: April 7, 1988 (36 years old)
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession:Film Producer, Actor

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What is Ed Speleers’s Net Worth?

Ed Speleers is an English actor and film producer who has a net worth of $4 million. He is most recognized for his roles as James “Jimmy” Kent in the television drama Downton Abbey and the main role in the 2006 film Eragon. He also portrayed Stephen Bonnet, the show’s antagonist, in Outlander.

 Early Life

In Chichester, West Sussex, England, at St. Richard’s Hospital, Speleers was born. His ancestry is Belgian. His mother lived in Spain and his father in London when he was three years old and had a divorce.

Two of his older half-brothers are male. Speleers took the stage in school performances of plays like Richard III and A Midsummer Night’s Dream while they were still in school. Speleers not only performed as a playwright but also as an actor.

His play was staged at Eastbourne College in Sussex. Retribution dealt with pedophilia and was extremely contentious, leaving people in awe. In 2006, Speleers finished college.


In the 2006 movie adaptation of Christopher Paolini’s best-selling book Eragon, produced by 20th Century Fox, Speleers played the lead. He tried out for a number of roles before getting the part of Eragon, including Peter Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, which he lost to William Moseley.

On the British television drama Echo Beach, which premiered in 2008, he played Jimmy Penwarden. He also made an appearance in the comedy Moving Wallpaper in a Moving Wallpaper: The Mole episode, which many people interpreted as a satire of Echo Beach.

The Japanese television miniseries Jiro Shirasu: Man of Honor, which focused on the middleman between American and Japanese negotiators at the end of World War II, cast Speleers in the part of Robin Cecil Byng. Jiro Shirasu: Man of Honor premiered in Japan in 2009.

A Lonely Place to Die by Julian Gilbey and The Ride, both of which were 2011 shorts directed by Marion Pilowski, both featured Speleers. Alongside Jessica Szohr and Timothy Spall, Speleers played Jamie in the comedy-horror movie Love Bite, directed by Andy de Emmony, in 2012.

Jimmy Kent, a regular character in the acclaimed ITV series Downton Abbey, was cast as Speleers in the same year. Speleers portrayed Nathan Reese in Dark Matter Productions’ 2013 short film Turncoat. After that, he played Sam in Julian Gilbey’s 2014 thriller Plastic for Gateway Films, which Gilbey also wrote and directed.

From January 2013, filming took place in Miami, Britain, and Brunei. On March 12, 2014, it was revealed that Speleers was one of five actors who had been considered for a lead part in The Force Awakens but had been passed up during the casting phase.

As Edward Seymour, the brother of Henry VIII’s third wife Jane Seymour, Speleers played a minor role in the 2015 BBC historical drama miniseries, Wolf Hall. As a youthful train conductor in charge of the last London train in the werewolf horror direct-to-DVD movie Howl, he also had a major role.

In the 2016 television season of Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands, an epic fantasy drama produced by ITV, he portrayed Slean. In the James Bobin-directed Alice Through the Looking Glass fantasy adventure sequel, he played a supporting role.

In the latter part of 2017, Speleers received official word that he would play Irish smuggler and pirate Stephen Bonnet in seasons four and five of Starz’s time-travel drama series Outlander.

The dark comedy-horror movie Zoo, which is about a couple trying to get back together in the midst of a zombie outbreak, featured Speleers as one of its main characters in 2018. Later, he was a part of the psychological suspense thriller The House That Jack Built by Lars Von Trier, which had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.

On Barnaby Blackburn’s short film Wale from 2017, Speleers served as a producer. The short film was nominated for a British Academy Film Awards in the category of Short Film in 2018. The movie is about racial stereotypes in modern-day Britain.

Personal Life

Speleers lives in Bristol, England. He is married to Asia Macey and has two children with her.

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