Colin Farrell launched his professional career in the late 1990s, starring in TV shows such as Ballykissangel and Falling for a Dancer in 1998 and 1999. The Irish actor, who was born in Castleknock, Dublin, went on to perform in an array of films. It was from 2001 when some of the later films he had been working on scooped box office success. Now, he has a huge amount of blockbusters under his belt.
Amongst them are his work in Horrible Bosses, Total Recall, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
This year, two movies starring Colin are set to be released.
These are Dumbo, in which he plays the role of Holt Farrier, and Eve, which is currently in post-production and sees Colin portray the character Simon.
The former film was directed by Tim Burton, and stars Danny DeVito, Eva Green, and Alan Arkin, as well as Michael Keaton.
Colin now lives in the United States, specifically in Los Angeles, California.
A father-of-two, the actor has two sons.
He had his first child with model Kim Bordenave in 2003, and the second with Polish actor Alicja Bachleda-Curuś in 2009.
Colin Farrell net worth: The Dumbo actor could have a wealth that’s in the millions
Colin Farrell net worth
Over the years, the actor has earned a huge amount of money.
So much so, in fact, that his net worth is now estimated to stand at $30 million.
This is according to The Richest, and works out at around £22.9 million.
From one famous face to another, what is the net worth of now-retired actor Meghan Markle?
Colin Farrell net worth: The actor is starring in the 2019 film Dumbo
Formerly a star in Suits, she made her name across the world playing Rachel Zane in the American legal drama.
Meghan’s successful career saw her earn a huge amount of money.
According to reports, she earned around £37,000 per episode, bringing the actor’s annual salary to an estimated £333,000.
Her net worth is thought to stand at $5 million – which is around £3.8 million.
However, the Duchess of Sussex has now retired from acting, and having married Prince Harry, spends a lot of her time attending royal engagements as part of the British Royal Family.