Hugh Grant, 60, has an acting career spanning the majority of his life. With him starring in the likes of Notting Hill, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Love Actually and Bridget Jones’s Diary, Hugh has amassed a huge fortune – he is worth millions.
It was the highest-grossing British film at the time and Hugh was awarded a Golden Globe for his role.
Hugh reportedly earned £75,000 for his role in the 1994 film, which helped him launch his career.
He then went on to star in Bridget Jones’ Diary, Love Actually and Notting Hill.
By the late 1990s people all around the world recognised his face and was commanding around £5million per film.
His most recent property was bought last year in Chelsea, which reportedly cost him and Anna Eberstein an eye-watering £17million.
They still own all of their Chelsea properties and one of them is rented out for a whopping £7,000 a month.
In his personal life, Hugh married Anna Eberstein in 2018.
She is a television producer and retail director from Sweden.
The couple have one son together, John Grant, who is eight years old but Hugh has five children altogether from previous partners.
Speaking on becoming a father back in 2018, Hugh told People TV: “It was the nicest thing that’s ever happened to me…It’s just lovely to have all that love around.
“Suddenly you love someone more than yourself. It’s unheard of in my case and they love you and it’s all enchanting.”
Hugh Grant’s most recent appearance is on The Undoing which he stars in alongside Nicole Kidman.
The psychological thriller is about a married couple who live a privileged life but is turned upside down overnight.
Hugh is on the Graham Norton show tonight at 10:35, speaking to the host about his new role.