English actor Ian Holm, who is best known for appearing in The Homecoming, Lord of the Rings, Chariots of Fire, Alien, and The Fifth Element, passed away on 19th June 2020, leaving $10 million net worth behind.

How Much Was Ian Holmes’s Net Worth?

The late actor, who was active in the entertainment field for over half-century, had collected hefty money. He had enjoyed a blissful-luxury life.

Ian Holm’s net worth was $11 million, during the time of his death. He charged a hundred thousand dollars per episode. His acting profession helped him to build such a high figure of net worth.

Cause Of Ian Holmes’s Death

Young Winston’s star died on 19th June 2020, at the age of 88. He passed away in the hospital in London. He was battling Parkinson’s disease for numerous years, which is also the cause of his death. Likewise, he was also treated for prostate cancer back in 2001.

Was Married Four Times

The late actor was married four times. He was first married to Lynn Mary Shaw, and the former couple got married in 1955. After a decade long marital life, their marriage was dissolved in 1965.

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Later, in 1982, he married Sophie Barker. But, just like his first conjugal life, his second married life also dissolved just after four years of marriage.

Ian Holm died on 19th June 2020
Ian Holm died on 19th June 2020
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In 1991, Ian tied the knot with actress Penelope Wilton, in an intimate wedding ceremony in Wiltshire. The ex-couple divorced in 2001. Two years after divorcing the third wife, he married Sophie de Stempel, an artist.

Besides marriage, he was in a long-term relationship with photographer Bee Gilbert. As per sources, they were in a relationship for around fifteen years.

Ian is the father of five children. He welcomed two daughters, Jessica Holm and Sarah Jane Holm, from the first marriage. From his second marriage, he became the father of a son, Harry Holm. With his fifteen years-long relationships with Bee, the duo welcomed two kids, daughter Melissa Holm and son Barnaby Holm.

Professional Career

Ian started his professional acting career in 1957 and retired in 2014. He actually first made stage debut in 1954.

The late actor made a movie debut in 1968 appearing in the role of Flynn in the film, The Bofors Gun. For his marvelous acting skill, he won BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor.

He then has appeared in many movies like A Severed Head, Robin, and Marian, The Treatment, The Aviator, Strangers with Candy, Garden State, From Hell, The Day After Tomorrow, The Miracle Maker, The Match, Bless the Child, Esther Kahn, Incognito, The Fifth Element, Big Night, Blue Ice, Brazil, Another Woman, and many others.

Likewise, Ian had worked in television series like The Man in the Iron Mask, The Lost Boys, Holocaust, Horizon, Monsters We Met, 1066: The Battle for Middle Earth, The Last Dragon, The Borrowers, The Endless Game, Jesus of Nazareth, The Lives of Benjamin Franklin, and others.