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Tom Conti

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Net worth 2018: $78 Million
Residence: Paisley, Scotland
Country: Scottish
BirthDay: 22 November 1941
Height: 1.8 m

Tom Conti was bornon 22 November 1941 in Paisley, Scotland, Scottish, is Actor. Tom Conti is one of the most popular Scottish actors of the 20th century who has made his mark in all forms of entertainment, be it films, television or stage. In his four decades and counting career, he has adorned various roles, as an actor, director, author and so on. Coming from a non-media background—his parents being hairdressers—it was difficult for Conti to settle down as an actor. However, his strong will and determination to pursue his passion backed his modest start thus helping him make a firm ground. Conti’s first taste of success was in 1979 for the Broadway play, ‘Whose Life Is It Anyway?’ Until then, Conti had done several theatrical plays, television shows and films but success eluded until ‘Whose Life Is It Anyway?’ happened. The play garnered for him much popularity, stardom and applause. He was credited with several important awards, including the prestigious Tony Award. Following this, he made several noteworthy performances in films like ‘Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence’, ‘Reuben, Reuben’, ‘Shirley Valentine’, ‘Streetdance 2’, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and so on.


$78 Million


In 2012, Conti made his big screen presence with three films, ‘Streetdance 2’, ‘Run For Your Wife’ and ‘The Dark Knight Rises’


He appeared in the hit BBC sitcom ‘Miranda’ alongside Miranda Hart and Patricia Hodge, as Miranda's father, in the 2010 seasonal episode ‘The Perfect Christmas’


In 2004, Conti made his debut in the world of literature with his debut novel, ‘The Doctor’


During the mid-1990s, he guest appeared on ‘Friends’ and ‘Cosby’, and starred opposite Nigel Hawthorne in a long-running series of Vauxhall Astra car advertisements in the UK


Released in 1983, this dramedy (comedy and drama) earned acclaim both critically and commercially


Conti ended the 1980s with the film, ‘Shirley Valentine’


The magnum opus of Conti’s career came in 1979 with the play, ‘Whose Life It Is Anyway?’ Interestingly, the play marked Conti’s debut in Broadway as well


In 1977, Conti gave a stellar performance in the televised adaptation of the trilogy of Alan Ayckbourn’s plays, ‘The Norman Conquests’ wherein he played the title role of Norman


Conti gained limelight for playing a significant role of a Jewish novelist, Adam Morris, in the 1976 British television drama, ‘The Glittering Prizes’


Year 1975 was an important year career-wise for Conti


In 1974, he performed at the Hampstead theatre for ‘Other People’ and ‘Don Juan’; in ‘Don Juan’, he played the title role


He continued to star in plays, making his debut on the London stage in 1973 with the Christopher Hampton play ‘Savages’


Following his 1972 television breakthrough, Conti did not give up on his on-stage appearance


Tom Conti tied the nuptial knot with Scottish actress, Kara Wilson, in 1967


Throughout the decade of 1960s, Conti meagrely survived


He was cast for Citizen's Theatre's 1959 production ‘The Roving Boy’


Tom Conti was born as Thomas Antonio Conti on November 22, 1941, in Paisley, Renfrewshire to Mary and Alfonso Conti

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