Maurice Roëves Net Worth

Maurice Roëves was born on March 19, 2019 in  Sunderland, Tyne-and-Wear, England, United Kingdom, is Actor, Soundtrack. Although born in Sunderland, he spent most of his life in Scotland and considers himself a true Scot. As a child he suffered from asthma and considers his recovery from it was due to playing the bugle in the Boys' Brigade. Educated in Glasgow, he toyed with the idea of becoming a teacher but after national service in the Royal Scots Greys Armoured Corps, he was persuaded to follow his father working in flour mills and by the age of 24 had become a sales manager. In his spare time he worked with amateur drama groups which led him to decide to change career direction. After training at Glasgow College of Dramatic Art, he became assistant stage manager at Glasgow's Citizen Theatre and within three months was playing lead roles including Lorenzo in The Merchant of Venice and the Gentleman Caller in The Glass Menagerie. After declining an offer to understudy Albert Finney at London's National Theatre, he was cast as Martin in the film The Fighting Prince of Donegal (1966) followed by the television play The Wednesday Play: Cock, Hen and Courting Pit (1966) and the film Ulysses (1967). Returning to the theatre, he played MacDuff in Macbeth at London's Royal Court Theatre and during the run took over the title role from Alec Guinness then starred in the theatre's next production of Soldiers of Fortune. His first wife was Scottish actress Jan Wilson by whom he has a daughter Sarah-Anne.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Day March 19, 2019
Birth Place  Sunderland, Tyne-and-Wear, England, United Kingdom
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation actor

💰 Net worth: Under Review



His television roles include The Sweeney (1975), Danger UXB (1979), The Nightmare Man (1981), the 1984 Doctor Who serial The Caves of Androzani, Days of Our Lives (1986), North and South (1985), Tutti Frutti (1987), Rab C. Nesbitt (1990), The New Statesman (1990), Spender (1991), Star Trek: The Next Generation (1993), the BBC adaptation of Vanity Fair (1998), EastEnders (2003), A Touch of Frost (2003) and Skins (2008).


His film roles include Ulysses, Oh! What a Lovely War, A Day at the Beach, The Eagle Has Landed, Hidden Agenda, a major role as Colonel Munro in the 1992 version of The Last of the Mohicans, the first Judge Dredd film (1995), The Acid House and Beautiful Creatures.


He also played Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield in the 1996 television film Hillsborough.


In 2003 he appeared in May Miles Thomas's film Solid Air.


In 2006 he starred in the BBC docudrama Surviving Disasters, portraying Sir Matt Busby in the story of the Munich air disaster.