English actor Edward Marsan, also known as Eddie Marsan, is the Father of four kids with his wife, Janine Schneider-Marsan.
Edward is most famous for his movies like Gangster No. 1, Ultimate Force, V for Vendetta, Mission: Impossible III, Sixty Six, Hancock, Sherlock Holmes, War Horse, and so on.
Likewise, his major TV credits include his role as Terry in Ray Donovan and Mr. Norrell in Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell.
We will next see Eddie in projects like The Power, Fair Play, Emperor, Midas Man, and Sherlock Holmes 3.
Meet Eddie Marsan Kids and Wife Janine Schneider-Marsan
Eddie Marsan has four kids: two sons, Bodhi and Rufus Marsan, and two daughters, Tilly and Blu Marsan.
His eldest daughter Tilly is 17, followed by Blu, 16, Bodhi, 13, and the youngest child, nine-year-old Rufus Marsan.
The Marsan children have followed their Father’s footsteps and ventured into the acting world.
Tilly Marsan has worked in the Isolation Stories (as a camera operator) and acted in Lost Girls (as Young Jane), while Blu was also a part of the former (as Ryan). Their son Bodhi acted in Isolation Stories (as Jack) and the new movie To Olivia. Nine-year-old Rufus is yet to start acting.
Eddie Marsan married Janine Schneider on June 1, 2002. The couple has been married for over 20 years.
Janine is a professional makeup artist and hair stylist and has worked in the makeup department of 17 different movies and TV shows, including The Lord of the Rings series, Shackleton, Nine, and Doctor Strange. She was also a technician for Saving Private Ryan.
Eddie Marsan Came From A Working Class Family
Eddie Marsan was born Edward Maurice Charles Marsan on June 9, 1968, in the Stepney district of London. He is the son of Dennis Marsan and Anna Philpot.
He belonged to a working-class family as his Father was a lorry driver and his mother was a school dinner lady and teacher’s assistant.
Eddie grew up with three siblings, a brother named Anthony Marsan and two sisters named Harriet and Gifty Marsan.
His parents raised them in Bethnal Green, where Eddie attended Raine’s Foundation School. He dropped out of school at 16 and initially served an apprenticeship as a printer before starting his career in theatre.
Eddie trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and graduated in 1991. He then studied under Sam Kogan and the Kogan Academy of Dramatic Arts.
The Marsan family belongs to British and English nationality with small amounts of Scottish and Spanish-Gibraltarian ancestry, and their ethnicity is White.
Eddie Marsan Net Worth: He Has Rose From His Humble Beginnings
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Eddie Marsan has a net worth of $800 thousand. He has derived such fortune from his prolific acting career.
Eddie has 144 acting credits on IMDb. He has worked with talented directors such as Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann, Steven Spielberg, Terrence Malick, Woody Allen, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Guy Ritchie, and Richard Linklater, to name a few.
Eddie earned several nominations and won the National Society of Film Critics Award, London Film Critics Circle Award, and British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Happy-Go-Lucky. He also won the latter for his performance in Vera Drake.
In 2014, Marsan got the Best British Actor award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and the Best Actor award at the VOICES film festival for his performance in Still Life.
The talented actor stands at 5 feet 8 inches and has grey-black hair and green eyes.