Dexter Fletcher Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know his earnings, Career, Movies, Age, Personal Life, Wife
Facts of Dexter Fletcher Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know his earnings, Career, Movies, Age, Personal Life, Wife
|Net worth||$245 million|
|Date of Birth:||1966 January 31|
|Age:||56 years old|
Dexter Fletcher is an English Director and Actor. He played roles in different movies and TV shows as well. He has appeared in Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, as well as in television shows such as the Hotel Babylon and the Band of Brothers. The English actor-director has an estimated net worth of $245 million.
Know about his Earnings and Assets
Dexter being the actor and director, his primary source of income is from the movie he plays or the movie he makes. Although his fortune seems to come from movies, he is quite an investor as well.
He made his fortune through smart stock investments, property holdings, and profitable endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics. He owns a house in Chelsea worth around $500K. He also owns several restaurants in London The Fat Fletcher Burger chain, a Football Team The London Angels, has launched his own brand of Vodka Pure Wonderfletcher, and is embarking on the market with a top-selling perfume With Love from Dexter, and a fashion line Dexter Fletcher Seduction.
Dexter's Early Life
Dexter was born on January 31, 1966, in Enfield, Greater London, England. The youngest of three boys grew up with his brothers Graham Fletcher-Cook and Stevie Fletcher in Woodford Green and Palmers Green. His parents were teachers by profession.
Dexter's Career and Achievements
Dexter attended the Anna Scher Theatre for the acting lesson. His first movie was Bugsy Malone as a baby face. As a youth actor, he was regularly featured in British productions in the early 1980s, including The Long Good Friday, The Elephant Man, and The Bounty. Dexter was cast in the 1987 movie Lionheart.
Dexter appeared on television as an adult character in Press Gang, Murder Most Horrid, Death in Paradise and also in movies like Caravaggio, The Rachel Papers, Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, Layer Cake, New Tricks, and Doom. On television, Dexter has appeared in the major HBO drama, Band of Brothers and in a supporting role in the BBC One historical drama The Virgin Queen. He also appeared in Kylie Minogue's music video called Some Kind of Bliss. He also appeared in The Booby and the Beast, an episode in the second series of the BBC's series Robin Hood and in the 2008 radio series The Way We Live Right Now. He appeared in the Bo' Selecta! spinoff A Bear's Tail as The Scriptwriter. Dexter was a voice actor in McDonald's television adverts and the narrator of The Game audiobook which was written by Neil Strauss, also narrated the Five series Airforce Afghanistan, and the Chop Shop: London Garage series on the Discovery Channel. In 1998, Fletcher was featured on the song Here Comes the Flood from the album Fin de Siecle by The Divine Comedy.
Dexter debuted as a director and also Co-write the script of the film Wild Bill. It was released on 20 March 2012. In 1999 he directed Let the Good Times Roll, which was a short film. And other movies he directed were Just for the Record, Wild Bill, Sunshine on Leith, Rocketman, The Offer, and for Bohemian Rhapsody, he replaced Bryan Singer for the final two weeks of filming and also received an executive producer credit in accordance with DGA rules.
Personal Life of Dexter
In 1997, He married to the film and theater director Dalia Ibelhauptaite in Westminister. His best man was fellow actor Alan Rickman. Fletcher is a dual British and Lithuanian citizen, having been granted Lithuanian citizenship in recognition of his work promoting Lithuanian cultural affairs.
Engagement in Online World
His engagement in the online world is not seen quite often. It seems that he only uses Twitter as a social media platform to stay connected with his fans. With 35.5K followers on Twitter, he posts about his life and works on social media.
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