Rhys Ifans Net Worth: Age, Height, Family, Career, Cars, Houses, Assets, and many more

Rhys Ifans Net Worth
Rhys Ifans Net Worth: Age, Height, Family, Career, Cars, Houses, Assets, and many more
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Last updated on July 14th, 2022 at 02:50 pm


Rhys Ifans is a Welsh actor and musician. He was the frontman for the Welsh rock bands Super Furry Animals and Peth. In addition to his portrayals of Xenophilius Lovegood in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 (2010), the supervillain Lizard in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021), and Grigori Rasputin in The King’s Man, Rhys Ifans Net Worth has also played the role of “Spike” in Notting Hill (1999),  and it is still his best-known role across the world.

He won several awards for his roles in Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000), Enduring Love (2004), and Enduring Love (2021). Other credits include the role of Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock Holmes’ elder brother, in the CBS drama Elementary and Hector DeJean in the suspense series Berlin Station on Epix.

Rhys Ifans Biography:

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Rhys Owain Evans aka Rhys Ifan was born on 22nd July 1967 in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales. He was born to Beti Wyn, a nursery school teacher, and Eirwyn Evans, a primary school teacher. Rhys has grown up with a brother named Llyr Evans who is also an actor. To complete his education, he went to acting schools at Theatr Clwyd, Mold, and trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. 

Talking about his personal life, he got engaged to actress Sienna Miller, however, the two ended their relationship in June 2008. After Rhys was also seen with actress Anna Friel in 2011 but the couple broke up in 2014. Currently, he is known to be single.

Rhys Ifans Overview:

Name:Rhys Ifans
Date of Birth:Jul 22, 1967 (54 years old)
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession:Actor, Musician, Voice Actor, Singer
Nationality:United Kingdom
Net Worth (2022)$12.5 Million
Profession:Actor, musician
Monthly Income and Salary:$80000 +
Yearly Income and Salary:$2 Million +
Last Updated:2022

Rhys Ifans Education:

He took his O levels and A levels at Mold’s Ysgol Maes Garmon, a secondary school with a Welsh-language curriculum. His interest in acting started there and took off formally from there. To get some experience he actively took acting courses at Theatr Clwyd. Following his graduation from school, he hosted well-known Welsh-language television shows on S4C. He earned his degree in acting from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London in 1997.

Rhys Ifans Personal Life:

Ifans and Glenda Jackson portrayed the role of Fool in Deborah Warner’s production of King Lear at The Old Vic in 2016. After some turbulence in his personal life, he went back to The Old Vic in 2017 to portray the role of Ebenezer Scrooge in Jack Thorne’s adaptation of Matthew Warchus’ A Christmas Carol (which was itself based on Charles Dickens’ book). He went back to the National Theatre in 2018 to play King Berenger in Patrick Marber’s new version of Eugene Ionesco’s Exit the King.

The role of Atticus Finch will be played by Ifans in the upcoming Aaron Sorkin adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird. The drama version was to open at London’s Gielgud Theatre on May 21, 2020.  But the show was rescheduled for May 2021 after being postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Another actor, Rafe Spall eventually took on the role of Atticus Finch owing to scheduling issues.

Before beginning his film career, Ifans acted in a number of Welsh-language television programs, such as the comedy series Pobol y Chyff [cy]. He won several accolades for them. He also gave performances at the National Theatre in London and the Royal Exchange in Manchester. He presented Sdwnsh, a wild children’s quiz show, in 1990. Spanish is Welsh for “Mash.” 

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Rhys Ifans Career:

In 2000, he decided to provide the voiceover for S4C’s animated children’s program Sali Mali. It was a huge success and is well-known across Wales. Ifans’ next stage in his career started around 2005. In 2005, he appeared as a guest actor in the music video for the rock group Oasis’ track “The Importance of Being Idle” (He was miming Noel Gallagher’s vocals), and he collected the band’s award for Video of the Year at the 2006 NME Awards for the same piece.

He also had a brief but impactful appearance in “Six Days One June,” one of the three episodes of Hugo Blick’s well-known and much-loved The Last Word Monologues, which aired on BBC Two in 2008. He portrayed a Welsh farmer who was alone and lonely and attempting desperately to escape his controlling mother.

In the American pay-cable Epix network espionage thriller drama series Berlin Station, which was shot on location in Berlin from 2016 to 2019, Ifans plays a tough-talking American CIA case officer called Hector DeJean. Ifans has been given a role in the 2022 release of the Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon. It will be his biggest role yet.

Rhys Ifans Assets:

After appearing with his brother Llr in the Swansea-based film Twin Town (1997) as Jeremy Lewis, Ifans achieved recognition abroad for his performance as a perverted, slovenly, foul-mothed but good-hearted flatmate called Spike in the British film Notting Hill (1999). Ifans reportedly skipped his morning shower and tooth brushing in order to get into the character. This was and still is his biggest role yet. In Little Nicky, he portrayed Adrian, a haughty older brother to the much-beloved protagonist (2000). 

His other well-known credits include Eyeball Paul in Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000), Nigel in The Replacements (2000), Iki in the 51st State (2001), and William Dobbin in Vanity Fair (2004), and Vladis Grutas in Hannibal Rising (2007). He portrayed Jed Parry in the 2004 film adaptation of Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love and Danny Morgan, the protagonist of Danny Deckchair in 2003 too but they faded away at the box office.

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Rhys Ifans Professional Life:

In March 2009, Ifans announced that he would be playing a role in the movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. (2010).  He portrayed Xenophillius Lovegood, the father of the eccentric Luna Lovegood and publisher of the wizarding publication The Quibbler. He also revealed that he would play the title character in the movie Mr. Nice, which is based on the life of cocaine smuggler Howard Marks, in the same interview. In Mr. Nobody, he portrayed Nemo Nobody’s father. In the movie Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, he played a villain.

The Associated Press revealed on October 11th, 2010, that Ifans would be the antagonist in the Spider-Man reboot movie, The Amazing Spider-Man. A few days later, the Curt Connors/Lizard was revealed as the antagonist. The movie was released in July 2012.  Ifans appeared in Peter Bogdanovich’s film She’s Funny That Way in 2015.

In addition to the above, Ifans featured in Steven Bernstein’s Last Call, which had a very long delay before being released in theatres in the US on November 25, 2020. It is a surreal biopic that reconstructs the life of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas through flashbacks starting from his birth to his infamous drinking spree that took place at New York City’s White Horse Tavern during the fall of 1953 and resulted in his death. Along with cash that consisted of John Malkovich, Rodrigo Santoro, Romola Garai, Zosia Mamet, and Tony Hale, Ifans plays Thomas in the movie.

Rhys Ifans Music career:

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Ifans has had a pretty diverse career. He was a musician before he started acting. Before they issued any albums, Ifans was the part of and the lead singer of the rock band Super Furry Animals.

Since 2007, Ifans has sung with the psychedelic rock band The Peth (“path” is Welsh for “thing”), which includes Dafydd Ieuan of Super Furry Animals, and performed a series of concerts in south Wales and London in the fall of 2008. In 2009, the band opened for Oasis at a concert at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium.

Ifans has done a lot of charitable work with the immense wealth he has built over the years. Ifans, together with then-Archbishop of Wales Barry Morgan, became patrons of the Welsh-language Wikipedia page in September 2012. Ifans also collaborated with Shelter Cymru on a campaign called “7 Ways to End Homelessness” in 2017.  In 2017, he also backed the community acquisition of Tafarn Sinc, a bar in his hometown of Pembrokeshire that was about to close.

Rhys Ifans Professional life:

Ifans lives in London. He dated English actress Anna Friel from 2011 to 2014. Ifans sparked controversy in the British media in 2002 for his claimed backing of Meibion Glyndwr, a hardline Welsh nationalist organization that burned down more than 100 unoccupied vacation houses in Wales owned by English people in the 1980s. This speculation spread mostly due to an interview he gave to Mariella Frostrup for The Observer in which he stated, “House prices have put Welsh-speaking communities under greater threat than at any previous time in history.

Communities that have existed for centuries are essentially becoming vacation destinations. Young people are compelled to leave because there is no job, and those who remain cannot afford to live there. That is illegal.”

Ifans was once arrested for misdemeanor violence by the San Diego Police Department during the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con after reportedly shoving a guard before presenting on a guest panel. Because of a lack of evidence, the District Attorney’s office declared that Ifans would not be prosecuted.

Rhys Ifans Photos:

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Rhys Ifans Films List:

1997 – Twin Town
1999 – Notting Hill( Also gained international fame through this film)
2001 – Christmas Carol: The Movie (Role-Ebenezer Scrooge)
2001 – Human Nature (Played the lead role)
2004 – Enduring Love
2007 – Hannibal Rising
2009 – Mr Nobody
2010 – Part 1 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
2012 – The Amazing Spider-Man
2014 – Madame Bovary
2016 – Berlin Station

Rhys Ifans Net Worth:

Rhys Ifans’s Net Worth is reportedly $12.5 Million. His annual income is said to be around $2 million and his monthly income is around $83000.  He gains limelight after playing roles in series like Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part 1 in the role of Xenophilius Lovegood. He also was appreciated for playing Spike in Notting Hill and Jed Parry in Enduring Love and also as a member of the Welsh rock groups Super Furry Animals and The Peth.

Net Worth in 2022$12.5 Million
Net Worth in 2021$12 Million
Net Worth in 2020$10 Million
Net Worth in 2019$9 Million
Net Worth in 2018$8 Million

FAQs about Rhys Ifans:

What is Rhys Ifans net worth?

Rhys Ifans net worth is approximated to be around $12.5 million.

What is Rhys annual income?

According to sources, as of 2022, his annual income is $2 million. The primary source of his income comes through acting, singing, music, making guest appearances, and brand collaborations.

What does Rhys do for a living?

Rhys earns his living by being an actor and musician. He gained fame after playing a role in the Harry Potter series and Notting Hill

How old is Rhys Ifans?

Rhys Ifan is currently 55 years old.

Why did Rhys Ifans change his name?

The Notting Hill star was born Rhys Evans in Haverfordwest, Pembrokshire to teachers Beti-Wyn and Eurwyn Evans. He allegedly changed the spelling of his name “just to be difficult

Does Rhys Ifans have one arm?

When he injected himself with a serum created using his former partner Richard Parker’s notes, he was successful in regrowing his amputated right arm.

Why isnt Rhys Ifans in no way home?

We didn’t really have access to Rhys Ifans or Thomas Hayden Church, so we actually ended up using footage from the previous films and manipulating it. So, Rhys Ifans, when he’s healing, we actually used an outtake and that was shot on film, scanned at high resolution, tracked, body tracked, everything.

Where is Rhys Ifans now?

Actor Rhys Ifans has been living in London for filming but has praised the Ruthin community he grew up in for helping his mum during lockdown. AN ACTOR who grew up in Denbighshire has praised the community he grew up in for looking after his mum during the coronavirus lockdown.


Ifans reprises his role as Lizard from The Amazing Spider-Man series’ Spider-Man: No Way Home. Rhys Ifans Net Worth just provided his voice for the figure made digitally; his human appearance at the conclusion of the movie was taken from archival footage from The Amazing Spider-Man, it was later discovered.

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