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|Birth date:||17 April 1959|
|Birth place:||Handsworth, Yorkshire England|
|Profession:||Actor, Voice Actor|
|Education:||Rotherham College of Arts and Technology, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art - RADA|
|Spouse:||Debra James (m. 1981-1988), Melanie Hill (m. 1990-1997), Abigail Cruttenden (m. 1997-2000), Georgina Sutcliffe (m. 2008-2010)|
|Children:||Molly Bean, Lorna Bean, Evie Natasha Bean|
|Parents:||Rita Bean, Brian Bean|
|Awards:||Empire Award, Broadcast Film critics Association Award, BAFTA Award, Screen Actors Guild Award|
|Nominations:||Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, People's Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Actor, British Academy Television Award for Best Actor|
|Movies:||The Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones|
|TV shows:||Game of Thrones, Legends|
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English movie and stage actor,Sean Bean has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Before enrolling in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Sean Bean was going to enter his daddy’s Sheffield steel manufacture company as a welder. He changed his mind after he garnered praise for playing in a few characters in local theatre while taking an art class at Rotherham College. Bean received a scholarship to the prestigious school and graduated a couple of years later with the Silver Medal for his performance in Waiting for Godot.
Sean Bean Net Worth $20 Million
Soon afterward, Bean performed in several West End productions. Bean also appeared in Romeo and Juliet with the Glasgow Citizens Theatre and with all the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford upon Avon. In the first he played Tybalt and in the second he played Romeo. As well as his filmwork, Bean also has a flourishing television career that commenced in the mid-’80s. Prominent television work contains Clarissa (1992) and Sharpe (1993). After joining Robert De Niro and Jean Reno for some international espionage in John Frankenheimer’s Ronin (1998), taking a psychotic turn in Essex Boys (2000) and kidnapping the daughter of a respected adolescent therapist in do not Say a Word (2001), Bean made his way to New Zealand for a character in director Peter Jackson’s eagely anticipated Lord of the Rings trilogy.