Rafe Spall Net Worth
Rafe Spall net worth is estimated at $3 million. His financial success stems from his admirable career in the entertainment industry. He is known for his roles in movies such as The Big Short, Life of Pi, Black Mirror, and Hot Fuzz.
Aside from his acting career, Rafe earns income from movie production companies he owns, including Sylvan Films Limited, Rafe Spall Limited, and Nightwatchman Films Limited.
Rafe earns between $40,000 and $74,999 for each movie role or speaking engagement.
He has been a nominee or recipient of several awards, including;
- British Independent Film Award
- Olivier Awards
- Palm Springs International Film Festival
- Sitges – Catalonian International Film Festival
- International Emmy Awards
- Royal Television Society, UK
Rafe Joseph Spall is the only son of renowned British actor Timothy Spall and Novelist Shane Spall. Like his father, Rafe Spall ventured into theatrical performance, starting his acting career in the early 2000s, and has since appeared in numerous films and television shows.
Rafe Spall’s Venture into Acting
Rafe Spall started acting in 2001 with a small role in the TV movie “Jurassic Park III: Danger Zone!”. Following this, Rafe acted in a number of British TV shows such as “The Bill,” “Holby City,” and “Silent Witness.”
His breakthrough role, however, came in 2004 when he appeared in the horror-comedy film “Shaun of the Dead”, directed by Edgar Wright. He played the character of Noel, a friend of the main character, Shaun. This role helped him gain recognition and led to other roles in films such as “Hot Fuzz” (2007), “Prometheus” (2012), and “The Big Short” (2015).
Rafe Spall, in 2007, worked hand in hand with his father, Timothy Spall, in the ITV adaptation of A Room with a View (2007). He also co-starred in a romantic tragedy with a familiar face, Anna Hathaway, in 2011.
Rafe also had his moment playing a role in the 2012 movie adaptation of Life of Pi, the awards-winning story by Canadian author Yann Martel. This was crucial to his career. He played the role of “Writer” in the movie.
Life of Pi was a huge success, donning 4 Academy Awards and a 600 USD million merit In the box office.
Rafe didn’t stop there; he acted alongside notable figures in the Entertainment industry, like Asa Butterfield and Sally Hawkins in the movie A Brilliant Young Mind (2014). And also alongside Jim Broadbent in Get Santa (2014).
In addition to his film work, Rafe Spall has also appeared in several TV shows such as “Black Mirror (white Christmas episode – S2.E4),” “Doctor Who,” and “Trying”. He has received critical acclaim for his performances in the TV shows “The Shadow Line” and “The War of the Worlds.”
Away from the flashlights and the allure of Hollywood, Rafe Spall has also spent his days as a director. He is the director of Nightwatchman Films Limited. A role he has occupied for 11 years since 2011.
Rafe also works at Sylvan Films Limited and Rafe Spall Limited.
Rafe Spall’s Awards
Rafe Spall has been nominated for several awards for his acting, including a British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the 2013 film “I Give It a Year.”
He won the Best Actor award in 2017 at Sitges – Catalonian International Film Festival for his role in The Ritual.
During the Palm Springs International Film Festival in 2016, he won the Ensemble Cast Award for his role in The Big Short movie.
He was also awarded the Best Supporting Actor award by Crime Thriller Awards, UK, for his role in The Shadow Line movie.
Rafe Spall’s Early Life
Rafe Spall was born on March 10, 1983, in Camberwell, a neighborhood in London that has held high prestige throughout history.
His parents, Timothy and Shane Spall, were joyful at his arrival.
Growing up in a household with a father who is an accomplished actor, Rafe was exposed to acting from a young age. He attended Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College in New Cross, London.
Rafe ventured into performing art, having his first taste of blood in various school productions. Such early exposure to the performing arts served as a concrete foundation that shaped his desire to pursue a career in acting.
After completing his Secondary education, Rafe Spall embarked on his journey to study drama at the National Youth Theatre in London just like his father before venturing into the blood-lusted Hollywood stage.
Starting with minor roles in stage productions, Rafe Spall gradually transitioned to film and television.
Despite being born into a family with acting connections, Rafe Spall’s success was heard through his unmeasured dedication to his craft. Rafe carved out his path and built a successful career based on his merits and talent.