Robert Maaser Net Worth

Robert Maaser was born on May 12, 1900, is Actor, Stunts, Producer. Robert Maaser was born July 19, 1990 in Germany. He worked as a professional stuntman while studying acting in Berlin & London for several years. Maaser made his international screen debut in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. He then worked on several independent features in Germany, UK, Bulgaria and India as well as on one of Germany's most popular TV shows. Known for his physical skills he still is the most successful competitor in the history of wheel gymnastics with 14 world champion titles, 2 world cup wins and more than 50 national titles as well as the title as the youngest ever world champion at age 14.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Stunts, Producer
Birth Day May 12, 1900
Died On 8 November 1970 (aged 70)
Allegiance United Kingdom
Service/branch British Army
Years of service 1920–1959
Rank General
Commands held 11th (East Africa) Division 5th Indian Infantry Division 15th Indian Corps Allied Forces Netherlands East Indies Commander of British Forces in Hong Kong Allied Forces Northern Europe United Kingdom Land Forces
Battles/wars World War II Battle of Surabaya
Awards Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire Military Cross

💰 Net worth: $7 Million

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Robert Mansergh was born in South Africa and educated at the Rondebosch Boys' High School in Cape Town, South Africa and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. He was commissioned into the Royal Field Artillery in 1920. He served with the British Military Mission to Iraq between 1931 and 1935, being awarded the Military Cross in 1932.


During World War II, Mansergh served with the Royal Artillery in Eritrea, Abyssinia, the Western Desert of Libya, the Middle East, Persia, Iraq, Arakan, Assam and Burma. Having been promoted acting Major-General in 1944, he commanding the 11th (East Africa) Division and the 5th Indian Infantry Division.


Promoted acting lieutenant-general in 1946, Mansergh commanded the 15th Indian Corps and was then appointed Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces in the Netherlands East Indies. Mansergh later served as Military Secretary from 1948 to 1949, Commander of British Forces in Hong Kong from 1949 to 1951, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces Northern Europe from 1951 to 1953, Commander-in Chief of Allied Forces Northern Europe from 1953 to 1956 and Commander-in-Chief of the United Kingdom Land Forces from 1956 to 1959. In that capacity he headed a Committee which looked at the Administration of the British Army.