Norman Eshley Net Worth

He is also a soundtrack artist, having composed music for several films and television shows.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Day May 30, 1945
Birth Place  Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Norman Eshley age 78 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Gemini
Occupation Actor
Years active 1968–present
Spouse(s) Millicent Martin (1969–1973 divorced) Lynette Braid (1980–1981 divorced) Rachel Eshley (from 2015)

💰 Net worth

Norman Eshley, a renowned actor and soundtrack artist hailing from the United Kingdom, is reported to have an estimated net worth ranging from $100K to $1M by 2024. With a career encompassing various forms of entertainment, Eshley has left an indelible mark on the industry. Known for his exceptional acting skills and the ability to captivate audiences, he has undoubtedly acquired a considerable fortune through his successful endeavors. As he continues to contribute to the world of entertainment, his net worth is expected to grow even further in the coming years.

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Eshley attended Bristol Grammar School and worked in a bank, before training as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He played many Shakespearean roles on stage. His first screen role was in the 1968 film The Immortal Story, directed by Orson Welles. He played a lead character, Steve, in Blind Terror (1971) and appeared in the Pete Walker horror film House of Mortal Sin in 1975.


He is possibly best known for his role in the sitcom George and Mildred (1976–79) as the snobbish, right-wing estate agent Jeffrey Fourmile, the foil to George. He had previously played characters in its direct predecessor, Man About the House (1976), as Robin Tripp's brother Norman who married Chrissy, but in an earlier episode in 1974 he had played a sleazy married executive named Ian Cross who tried to seduce Chrissy. Other TV credits include: Department S (1969), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1970), Thriller ("The Colour of Blood"/US title: "The Carnation Killer", 1973) as an escaped serial killer, Warship (1973–74), The Onedin Line (1974), The Duchess of Duke Street, I, Claudius, The Sweeney (all 1976), Secret Army (1977), Return of the Saint (1978), The Professionals (1980), Minder (1985), Brookside (1986), Taggart (1990), Cadfael (1994), One Foot in the Grave (1997), Dangerfield (1998), Murder Most Horrid (1999), and The Bill (1999–2000).


In 1988 he appeared in a public information film about road safety called "Accident in Park Road". His character is seen driving a Ford Escort before running over a child who dashes out between cars in front of him. He is questioned by Graham Cole who plays a policeman, a role he played as PC Tony Stamp in The Bill.


In 1993 he was a Passenger in a car which was involved in a crash in the Dordogne in France. He sustained multiple injuries, including head trauma. He has appeared in few TV programmes since then.


Along with Douglas Fielding, he provided the narration for the Blind Guardian album Nightfall in Middle-Earth. He had roles in the BBC TV series New Tricks (2007) and A Christmas Campaign (short, 2011).