Olivia Colman Net Worth

Olivia Colman Net Worth

What is Olivia Colman’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $8 million.

Olivia Colman – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 million
Date of birth: January 30, 1974 (50 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 170 cm
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: British

Biography – A Short Wiki

Olivia Colman (also known as Sarah Caroline Sinclair CBE) is an English actress and producer who has a net worth of $8 million. Colman has won numerous awards for films such as “The Favourite” (2018), “The Father” (2020), and “The Lost Daughter” (2021) and for her portrayal of DS Ellie Miller on the ITV crime drama “Broadchurch” (2013–2017) and Queen Elizabeth II on the Netflix series “The Crown” (2019–2020).


In 2000, Colman appeared on the BBC2 sketch comedy show “Bruiser,” followed by roles on “The Mitchell and Webb Situation” (2001), “People Like Us” (2001), “Rescue Me” (2002), and “The Office” (2002). From 2003 to 2015, she played Sophie Chapman on the Channel 4 sitcom “Peep Show,” and she starred as Harriet Schulenburg on Channel 4’s “Green Wing” from 2004 to 2006. Olivia’s first film was 2004’s “Terkel in Trouble,” in which she voiced Terkel’s Mother in the English dub of the movie, then she appeared in “Zemanovaload” (2005), “Confetti” (2006), “Grow Your Own” (2007), “I Could Never Be Your Woman” (2007), and “Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee” (2009). She played Pam Bachelor on the BBC Two’s “Look Around You” in 2006, then she co-starred with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in the 2007 comedy “Hot Fuzz.” Colman appeared on the sketch comedy series “That Mitchell and Webb Look” from 2006 to 2008, and from 2008 to 2009, she starred as Debbie Doonan on the BBC Two’s “Beautiful People.” From 2010 to 2014, Olivia played Alex Smallbone on the BBC Two sitcom “Rev.,” and in 2011, she starred in the film “Tyrannosaur” and portrayed Carol Thatcher in “The Iron Lady” alongside Meryl Streep. From 2011 to 2012, Colman played Sally Owen on the BBC Four/BBC Two series “Twenty Twelve,” and from 2013 to 2017, she starred as DS Ellie Miller on “Broadchurch.” She won BAFTA Awards for both shows.

Personal Life

Olivia married Ed Sinclair in August 2001, and they have welcomed two sons and a daughter; Sinclair created the 2021 miniseries “Landscapers.” ​In 2014, Colman signed an open letter in opposition to Scottish independence, and in 2020, she signed one condemning “hostility and violence” against transgender women. In 2014, Olivia became a patron of Tender, a U.K. charity “working with young people to prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence by promoting healthy relationships based on equality and respect.” She has been involved with the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal and the Alzheimer’s Society’s Holkham Hall Memory Walk, and she became a patron of Anthony Nolan, a charity dedicated to helping people with blood cancer and blood disorders, in 2018. Colman said of the charity, “I’m really delighted and privileged to become a patron of Anthony Nolan, a charity I have supported for many years. The organisation helped find a donor for a dear friend of mine and that inspired me to do all I can to help the charity in return.” Olivia was appointed an ambassador for UNICEF UK in 2015, and she was named President of the charity in 2020.


“Acting is playing, and it is like being a big kid. Yeah, it’s great. You get paid.”

— Olivia Colman

“I was always pretty ambitious, although it probably helps that I can’t do anything else – apart from cleaning lavatories. But I remember my mum once said, ‘I suppose you’ll give it a year and see if you can make it as an actress?’ And I said, ‘No Mum, I think I’ll give it 10.'”

— Olivia Colman

“As a child, I thought, ‘Once I am a grown-up, there will be no more fear, no more worries,’ and it turns out that’s not true.”

— Olivia Colman

“I don’t think you can cry if the script is rubbish. I have to feel it; it’s as simple as that. It’s just like if you’re watching something moving, and you feel yourself welling up. It’s the same thing. You’re just being carried along with the story. There’s nothing magical about it. I think I’m in touch with my emotions, and I can’t help it.”

— Olivia Colman

“If something touches me, I cry. That’s it. I’m a bit raw, a bit rubbish, really. Often, a director will say to me, ‘I don’t think this is a scene where your character cries.’ And all I can say is, good luck with that!”

— Olivia Colman

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