Facts of Edward Highmore
|Full Name:||Edward Highmore|
|Birth Date:||April 3, 1961|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Birth Place||Kingston Thames|
|Education||Guildford School of Acting|
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Edward Highmore is an English actor mainly known for playing Leo Howard in the 1980s BBC drama Howards’ Way.
How old is Edward Highmore? Bio, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
Edward Highmore was born on 1961, April 3, in Kingston upon Thames, London. As of 2019, he turned 58 years old. Further, there is no information about his family background and early life. Since he has built talked about his siblings, he might be keeping his personal details away from the media.
Edward holds British nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group. He attended Guildford School of Acting. Since he is an amazing actor having a good reputation, he might have sound academic qualification as well.
What is Edward Highmore Net Worth and Salary?
Though Edward had his successful career, the exact net worth and salary of this, an is not available. However, as he was a prominent actor, we guess that his net worth might be in millions. Giving a luxurious lifestyle to the two children obviously makes us guess that he must have earned very well from his career.
Talking about his son, his first son Freddie has the estimated net worth of around $4 million. He made this earning from his career in the entertainment industry. Likewise, his other son Bertie is also very active in this field. Following the footsteps of father and brother, he also has tried to make a good image in the entertainment industry.
Looking at the way he is living and presenting himself in the public, we are sure that Edward is spending a very luxurious life along with his family.
Who is Edward Highmore Wife?
Moving towards his personal life, he is a married man. He was married to Sue Latimer since 1989. Further, the couple is blessed with two sons named Freddie Highmore and Bertie Highmore. Though the couple is married to each other for a very long time, they are spending a very happy life together.
Making marriage successful takes lots of understanding and mutual cooperation as well. When the couple is divorcing just after a year of their marriage, this couple is together for a long time and till day there are no rumors of their separation. As for now, both of their sons are also in the entertainment industry and trying to make their own identity we are sure taht they are the happiest couple.
Like now, we want to see this couple always together and very happy as well. We wish that they will always support each other like this until the end.
Edward Highmore’s Height and Weight
Regarding his height and weight, he stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches whereas his weight is not available. At this age also, he looks totally fit and fine. This means atht he is taking very good care of his health as well. Moreover, he has grey eyes with dark brown hair.
Edward Highmore’s Career
As an actor, Edward has acted in various serials, dramas, and plays. Initially, he played as Leo Howard in the 1980s BBC drama Howards’ Way. After that, he also appeared in Doctor Who, playing Malkon in the 1984 serial Planet of Fire. Some of his other dramas and serial include Lame Ducks, The Tripods, Heidi, Willie’s War, Love Hurts, See You Friday, Doomsday Gun, No Child of Mine, Elizabeth, and so on.
Talking about his sons, the p0lder son Freddie is known for playing Peter Davies in Finding Neverland, Charlie Bucket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Norman Bates in Bates Motel, George Zinavoy in The Art of Getting By, Jared/ Simon Grace in The Spiderwick Chronicles and so on.
Likewise, his other son Bertie along with his brother Freddie, he made his acting debut playing the supporting role in British comedy Women Talking Dirty. Moreover, he also appeared opposite in the movie Helena Bonham Carter and Gina McKee.
Well, Edward is not active on any kind of social sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. He might be busy with his personal life and might not even unnecessary publicity.