Alan Cumming Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: An actor, his earnings, movies, tv Shows, awards, family

Alan Cumming Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: An actor, his earnings, movies, tv Shows, awards, family

Facts of Alan Cumming Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: An actor, his earnings, movies, tv Shows, awards, family

Net worth$5 million
Date of Birth:1965 January 27
First NameAlan
Last NameCumming
NationalityScottish-American
Age:56 years old
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Height: 5 Feet 8 Inch

Known for a variety of works from 'Shakespeare' to 'Cabaret', the Scottish-American actor, singer, writer, filmmaker, and activist, Alan Cumming has an estimated net worth of $5 million as of 2021. 

Alan Cumming

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Income Sources of Alan Cumming

Alan has stacked up this huge net worth of $5 million through his hard work and dedication in his career. He hasn't shared any details regarding his income from movies as an actor, writer, filmmaker, or even a singer.

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Assets and Properties of Alan Cumming

Alan's house in New York

Alan owns numerous properties across the nation. In the year 2014, he listed his 600-square-foot studio-style apartment in Manhattan. The studio was eventually sold for $762,000. In the same year, he bought an East Village Townhouse located at 404 East 9th Street, New York for a total amount of $4,650,000. The house covers a total area of 2,254-square-foot with 4 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Later in 2016, Alan listed the house for sale for a total amount of $2,200,000. He listed the house at a loss of more than 50% of the amount that he paid for it.  

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The Career of Alan Cumming

In the year 1985, Alan graduated with a B.A degree in Dramatic Studies. After his graduation, he worked in various theatre venues including the ‘Royal Lyceum Edinburgh’, ‘Dundee Rep’, ‘The Tron Glasgow and tours with Borderline’, and many more. In the year 1988, Alan's role in the play ‘Conquest of the South Pole’, was initially staged at the ‘Transverse Theatre’ in Edinburgh' and later was transferred to the ‘Royal Court’ in London.

Alan in his play Cabaret

His performance was highly appreciated. After moving to London, Alan worked with several theatre groups like the ‘Royal Shakespeare Company’ and the ‘Royal National Theatre’. In the 1990 comedy, ‘Accidental Death of an Anarchist’ his portrayal of ‘The Madman’ was acknowledged immensely. In the year 1992, Alan made his official film debut by appearing in Ian Sellar’s drama film ‘Prague’. His acting was highly appreciated. The same year Alan was seen on television with an award-winning role in the BBC TV movie ‘Bernard and the Genie’.
Alan’s lead role, as Hamlet in English Touring Theatre’s production of the Shakespearean play, alongside his then-wife Helen won him the ‘TMA Best Actor Award’, in 1993. In the year 1995, Alan made his first Hollywood appearance in the movie Circle of Friends where he portrayed the character of Sean Walsh. Then Alan was seen in several other movies like the Bond movie ‘Golden Eye’, in the movie ‘Emma ‘where he played the role of Revd. Mr. Elton.

His performances gathered the public's as well as American producer's attention. Alan was then offered several roles in movies. In the year 1997, he was seen in the movie ‘Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion’ and ‘Buddy’. In the year 1998, Alan made a comeback to his theatre career, by performing an outstanding role in the Broadway musical ‘Cabaret’. The play was a huge success and gave him one of the biggest breaks as he received 7 awards for his performance in the play.

In the year 2002, Alan published his novel, ‘Tommy's Tale’. Alan has also written articles for magazines. One of his notable works is when was a contributing editor for the famous ‘Marie Claire magazine’, writing on the haute couture shows in Paris, where he even dressed as a woman for a day. Alan has also written several articles for ‘Out’, ‘Black Book’, ‘Newsweek’, ‘Modern Painters’, and ‘The Wall Street Journal’. In the year 2007, he starred in the award-winning drama ‘The Bacchae’. In the same year, he was also seen in the TV series ‘Tin Man’, where he portrayed the character of ‘Glitch’. In the year 2009, Alan launched his first solo album titled 'I Bought a Blue Car Today' which was originally based on his show with the same name. In the year 2012, he also released a single titled "Someone Like the Edge of Firework".

For about a year or more (i.e. from 2012 to 2013), Alan in association with the ‘National Theatre of Scotland’ and director John Tiffany was working in the portrayal of the Shakespearean play ‘Macbeth’. The show was initially opened at ‘Lincoln Theatre’ and was later moved to the ‘Ethel Barrymore Theatre’. In the year 2014, Alan returned back to the Roundabout Theater Company for the revival production of Cabaret which opened on 24 April 2014 and closed on 29 March 2015. It was again being directed by Sam Mendes

Despite his busy schedule, Alan always makes time for charity and humanitarian work. Alan supports several charitable foundations like Stand Up To Cancer, The Trevor Project, Ubuntu Education Fund, United for Peace and Justice, Until There's a Cure, Wounded Warrior Project, American Foundation for AIDS Research, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Creative Coalition, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Friends of Scotland, GLAAD, Global Fund, and many more. 

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Awards and Achievements of Alan Cumming

Alan has been honored with several awards for his outstanding contribution to the film, theatre, and TV industry.

In the year 1992, he won two awards one was the British Comedy Award in the category of Top Television Newcomer for his work in Bernard and the Genie, the other one was at the Atlantic Film Festival where he won the Best Actor award for his work in Prague.

The year 1998 was a blessing in his life. Alan was honored with Vanity Fair Hall of Fame. He won altogether seven awards in 1998 (i.e. New York Free Press Award, Tony Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk Award, Theatre World Award, etc) for his work in Cabaret. Alan has won numerous awards for his outstanding performances.

In the year 2006, Alan was also honored with "Drama League" for his work in "The Threepenny Opera".

Talking about his philanthropic awards, he was awarded the Vito Russo Award at the 16th Annual GLAAD Media Awards for his outstanding contributions toward eliminating homophobia. He was also awarded the HRC's Humanitarian Award for publicizing LGBT.  His most recent award was in the year 2017, at the New York Emmy Awards in the category of Best Lifestyle Program (Program/Special) for his project, "1st Look: Scotland". 

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Personal Life of Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming OBE was born on January 27, 1965, in Aberfeldy, United Kingdom. He is the son of Mary Darling and Alan Cumming. He also has an elder brother, Tom Cumming. In the year 1985, Alan got married to his high school sweetheart Hilary Lyon. The couple separated in the year 1993. The couple didn't have any children. Alan is a self-proclaimed bisexual. In the year 2007, he got married to Grant Shaffer. The couple is living a happy married life. 

Alan with his husband Grant

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Alan Cumming: Engagement on Online World

Talking about his social life, Alan is socially active on social networking sites like Instagram and Twitter. He is followed by 424K followers in Instagram and 290.7K followers on his Twitter account. 

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