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Christopher Plummer Net Worth

Christopher Plummer Net Worth

How rich is Christopher Plummer?

Christopher Plummer Net Worth:
$20 Million

Birth date: December 13, 1929
Birth place: Toronto, Canada
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.79 m)
Profession: Voice Actor, Actor
Nationality: Canada
Spouse: Elaine Taylor (m. 1970), Patricia Lewis (m. 1962–1967), Tammy Grimes (m. 1956–1960)
Children: Amanda Plummer
Awards: Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Christopher Plummer net worth, wiki & biography:

Arthur Christopher Orme Plummer is a veteran Canadian actor that has played in numerous movies, TV shows and theaters. Born in the year 1929, Plummer is well known for his roles in movies like A Beautiful Mind and The Sound of Music”.

Christopher Plummer Net Worth $20 Million

Plummer was interested in performing right from his childhood days. His first film was “Stage Struck”, where he played the character of a young writer. There has been no looking back with this magnificent performer, as he repeatedly delivered excellent performances all through the past few years in his performing career. Plummer played the character of Captain Von Trapp in the picture “The Sound of Music”, which remains among the best classic movies made in the annals of film. However, it had been reported that Plummer was not much fond of the character he was assigned to play in this picture. Plummer was nominated in the Best Actor in a Supporting character category in the 2009 Oscars but failed to win it. However, Plummer did grab his first Oscar in the next year in precisely the same category because of his role in the film “Beginners”.

Plummer was the grand son of the former Canadian president, Sir John Abbott. On the other hand, there are hardly any fond memories in his childhood, as his parents got divorced soon after he was born. Beside the Academy Awards, Plummer has won another 34 dominant awards for his contribution to the field of film.

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