Albert Finney Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family

Albert Finney


Albert Finney is an English actor who started out in the theater. Before acting in films, he appeared in a William Shakespeare play. He rose to prominence as a key character in the fledgling independent cinema.

Finney made his film debut in “The Entertainer,” directed by Tony Richardson, who had previously directed him in theatrical productions. He had a typical role in other productions when he was younger, such as Arthur Seaton in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning.

Early Childhood Development and Education

Finney was born in Pendleton, England, on May 9, 1936. Alice and Albert Finney were his parents. He went to Salford Grammar School and Tootal Drive Primary School.
Albert Finney went on to continue his degree at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He is of Caucasian origin and maintains an English nationality.

Career John Fernland cast him in a big part as Troilus in Shakespeare’s “The Face of Love.” He joined the Royal Shakespeare Company after graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.


Finney’s career began in the theater, with his debut appearance on the London stage in 1958 in Charles Laughton’s “The Party,” in which he co-starred with his wife, Elsa Lanchester.

Finney made his Stratford debut in Coriolanus in 1959, replacing Laurence Olivier. After directing the film “Charlie Bubbles,” his cinematic appearances became less frequent. He appeared in two musical films directed by John Huston: “Scrooge” and “Hollywood film version of Annie.”

Finney starred in Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride and appeared in a number of BBC television shows, including “The Green Man,” based on the novel “A Rather English Marriage.” In Dennis Potter’s final play, “Karaoke and Cold Lazarus,” Albert portrayed the lead part. He performed as “The Judge” at Roger Waters’ “The Wall Concert in Berlin.”

Despite his many successes on the big screen, he never shied away from small screen roles or stage performances. He stayed with the National Theatre Company in London, where he continued to perform in Shakespeare’s plays.

Finney also starred in the television series “My Uncle Silas,” which is based on a collection of short stories about a rogue. From 2000 to 2003, the show aired for two seasons.
Finney has been a long-time Manchester United supporter, and he even narrated the documentary “Munich,” which is based on an aviation disaster that killed most of the babies and was broadcast on United’s television channel.

Personal Life

His first wife, Jane Wenham, was Albert Finney’s first wife. Jane and Finney have a son named Simon, who works as a camera operator in the film industry.

On the other hand, he was married to Anouk Aimee, a well-known French actress. Finney had been suffering with a serious illness, which he revealed in 2011 while undergoing treatment for kidney cancer.

What is your net worth?

Albert Finney, one of the most well-known English actors, lives a lavish lifestyle. His net worth is estimated to be in the $10 million range, which is a substantial sum. He was also included in a list of the top ten wealthiest actors in Hollywood.

Facts of Albert Finney
Date of Birth: 1936May-9
Age: 85 years old
Birth Nation: England
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inch
Name Albert Finney
Nick Name Albie
Father Alice ( Hobson)
Mother Albert Finney, Sr.,
Nationality English
Birth Place/City , Charlestown, Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Profession Actor
Net Worth $10 million
Affair with Jean Marsh and Diana Quick
Married Yes
Married to Pene Delmage (m. 2006)
Children Simon
Divorce Anouk Aime (m. 1970-1978), Jane Wenham (m. 1957- 1961)
Awards London Evening Standard Theatre Award