Aidan Turner is an actor who has had roles in films including The Hobbit and TV programmes including The Clinic and Being Human. The actor is back on screens reprising his role of Ross Poldark in the BBC adaptation of The Poldark Novels, called Poldark. His acting career has spanned over ten years and he landed his first on-screen role in 2007. How much money does he have in the bank?
Aidan Turner net worth
The actor has a fortune of around £3.6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
The star was born in Dublin, Ireland, on 19 June 1983 and went to school in Templeogue.
After leaving school, he started to build up his savings with a job as an apprentice electrician, which he did with his dad.
Aidan discovered an interest in acting while he worked in the cinema and soon signed up for Dublin’s Gaiety School of Acting.
Taking his first steps into performing arts, Aidan starred in theatre plays including Romeo and Juliet and A Cry for Heaven.
In 2007, he made his move into TV when he landed an uncredited part in The Tudors and he produced and starred in the film, Porcelain, the same year.
In the following years, the actor had a recurring role in the television series, The Clinic, and in BBC’s Desperate Romantics, which will all have helped him start to build up his money.
He went on to star in films including The Sound of People and Alarm, but it was his role in the supernatural drama, Being Human, which landed him a part in The Hobbit Trilogy.
Aidan won recognition for the role and was given the Empire Award for Best Male Newcomer in 2014.
In 2015, the star got the lead role in Poldark and he has starred in series ever since.
For his role in the show, he follows a gruelling fitness regime to make sure he is in his best shape.
In 2018, he opened up to reveal he followed a fasting diet plan in order to stay lean.
While preparing for the role, he would fast until 7pm and make sure to fit in two workouts every day.
Aidan also told fans taking his dog for a walk was one of his top tips for getting in shape.