Matthew Macfadyen’s Net Worth – How Wealthy is the actor?

How Rich is Matthew Macfadyen

Hos much is Matthew Macfadyen worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $5 million.

Matthew Macfadyen – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $5 million
Date of birth: October 17, 1974 (49 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 188
Profession: Actor
Nationality: British

Biography – A Short Wiki

Matthew Macfadyen is an English actor who has a net worth of $5 million. He is perhaps best known for starring in the HBO series “Succession” along with Jeremy Strong and a star-studded cast. Thanks to this performance, he won a Primetime Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Macfadyen is also known for his film work, having played the role of Mr. Darcy in the 2005 film “Pride & Prejudice.” His other notable films include “Frost/Nixon” and “Death at a Funeral.” Matthew has been extremely active in British television as well, having booked roles in series like “Ripper Street” and “Criminal Justice.” For the latter series, he was given a British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor.


After a three-year stint at RADA which ended in 1995, Macfadyen worked extensively with the British theatre company Cheek by Jowl. During this period, he performed in plays such as “The Duchess of Malfi,” “The School for Scandal,” and “Much Ado About Nothing.” Over the next few years, he worked with the Royal National Theatre, playing roles in “Henry IV” (parts one and two) before joining the cast of the play “The Pain and the Itch.”


“There’s always a concern as an actor that you’ll be boring unless your character is swinging from a chandelier.”

— Matthew Macfadyen

“I love books.”

— Matthew Macfadyen

“I just loved the whole idea of being an actor.”

— Matthew Macfadyen

“I’ve worried more and more as the years have gone on. The more you’re seen to be doing well, the more stress there is. You feel you ought to consider things more, and be more fussy – there’s further to fall. All these little worries.”

— Matthew Macfadyen

“I wouldn’t want to leave it so long before doing a play again, I get very stolid and sluggish if I do too much telly.”

— Matthew Macfadyen