Robert Lindsay is a famous British Actor who will always remember for the various characters he played and accolades, including a British Academy Television Award, a Tony Award, and two Laurence Olivier Awards. Let’s find Robert Lindsay Wiki, Bio, Age, Awards, Movies, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, etc.
Robert Lindsay Wikipedia
Joyce and Norman Stevenson both of them had worked at the local Stanton Ironwork’s
His father was a veteran in World War 2. His father was the countryman who landed on D-Day with a famous ship Mine Sweeper.
He is grown along with his other two siblings in the United Kingdom.
He is 72 years old as of 2022.
Date of Birth:
Robert Lindsay was born on 13th December in the year 1949.
Place of Birth:
Lindsay Robert was born in Ilkeston. Ilkeston is a town within the Borough of Erewash located in Derby shire in England Country.
Nationality | Ethnicity | Birth Sign
His nationality is British and his ethnicity is white. His birth sign is Sagittarius.
Physical Measurements | Height
He is 5 feet and 10 inches tall. He has moderate weight. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He is aged 72 and still fit and fine, all credit goes to his healthy lifestyle and simple living.
He attended the Gladstone Boy’s School in the United Kingdom.
Aspiring his dream to be a drama teacher, he enrolled in the drama department of Clarendon College in Nottingham.
There was something in him, his friends find out an actor in him, and persuaded him to join the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
He graduated from the same academy and later became a dialect coach for a repertory company based in Essex. Also, he joined a regional theatre group.
The name of her wives is Cherly Hall and Rosemarie Ford.
Marriage / Wedding :
He was married to Cheryl hall in 1974 and their marriage survived for six years, while he divorced her wife in the year 1980.
Moreover, Diana Weston is his romantic partner.
Sydney Laura Stevenson is the daughter of Robert and Diana Weston.
While John or James Lindsay Stevenson and Samuel Lindsay Stevenson are his two sons from his wife, Rosemarie Ford.
Movies ,TV Shows & Career
That’ll Be The Day (1973), Three for All (1975), and Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976) are the first three British films in which he was featured as an actor.
In the ITV Comedy Series “Get Some In! ” which was aired from 1975–to 1977. Moreover, he came into the limelight with the role of a revolutionary Wolfie Smith in the BBC Sitcom ” Citizen Smith”. Citizen Smith was aired from 1977 to 1980.
Furthermore, he acted as Bill Snibson in “Me and My Girl” in 1984. Also, his role of Bill Snibson grabbed him a role in “Bert Rigby, You’re a Fool “
Later, he acted as Lawrence in the UK premiere production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. James Scott’s “Strike It Rich” was his next film released in the year 1990 following Alan Bleasdale’s dark comedy serial “G.B.H.” in the year 1991.
His awesome acting skills led Bleasdale’s cast in his next venture better known as “Jake’s Progress” which was released in 1995. Jake’s progress is a movie about a couple who find it difficult to cope with their child. The Role of the child is played by Barclay Wright. His role as Archie Rice in John Osborne’s The Entertainer.
In 1995, Lindsay played the title role of Becket or The Honour Of God – A play by Jean Anouilh, in the London revival of Oliver Twist is the play’s by Cameron Mackintosh – Lindsay played the role of Fagin and, the role of Chester Wormwood, he appeared in Galavant which is a comedy series.
In 1997-98, he appeared in two films Fierce Creatures and Divorcing Jack respectively. At VE Day 70: A Party to Remember on 9th May 2015, Robert Lindsay recited the wartime speeches given by Winston Churchill. Lindsey played Hermann Einstein in Genius and also acted in the romantic comedy Wimbledon.
He performed as Jericho in an ITV drama series on investigation and murder and also acted in a movie-based novel of C.S. Forester. Further, he acted in ITV mini Series “Hornblower” as Captain Pellew & also played the character of Pete.
He also narrated the BBC documentary series Seven Wonders of the Industrial World in 2003. While Ben Harper’s famous BBC sitcom My Family from the year 2000 to 2011 is Lindsay’s longest role.
Also, he appeared exclusive in Friends and Crocodiles and Gideon’s Daughter, a broadcaster on BBC One.
A very Social Secretary & The Trial of Tony Blair is the movie where he portrayed Tony Blair.
Later, he appeared as Maddox in Electric Ink, which is a comedy series followed by The Examiner, a British sitcom Spy which debuted in October 2011.
His notable works are in Falcon’s episode “The Silent and the Damned” as Pablo Ortego. While he was cast as King John in Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, also, this movie is going to release on October 18, 2019.
His next venture as an actor was his role in a revival of Anything Goes as Moonface Martin. The movie is directed by Kathleen Marshall at the Barbican Theatre between July to November 2021.
In the year 2022, he got nominated a third time in the category Best Actor in a Musical for Oliver Award.
Awards & Accolades
BAFTA Awards – Best Actor – G.B.H. in 1991
Broadcasting Press Guild Award – Best Actor – G.B.H. in 1991
Royal Television Society, UK – WRTS Television Award – Best Actor – G.B.H. in 1991
He has an estimated net worth of $1 to $3 million as of 2022. He is an old-school person and never likes to disclose his luxurious belongings and net worth in the public domain.