Steven Robertson Net Worth

Steven Robertson was born on January 01, 1977 in  Shetland Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, is Actor. Born in Vidlin in the Shetland Islands, Steven Robertson overcame severe dyslexia to be named Student of the Year at Fife College in Kirkcaldy in recognition of his 'journey travelled'. After completing college he came to London to study drama at the Guildhall acting school, becoming the first Shetlander to be accepted there. In 2004 he was nominated for an Ian Charleson Award for his role in Chekhov's 'The Seagull' and has subsequently reached wider audiences with his film performances.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day January 01, 1977
Birth Place  Shetland Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom
Birth Sign Pisces
Alma mater Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Occupation Actor
Years active 1992-present
Notable work Being Human Shetland Inside I'm Dancing Luther
Home town Vidlin, Shetland Islands
Spouse(s) Charlotte Allam

💰 Net worth: $600,000

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Robertson's first major film role came in 2004 when he starred alongside fellow Scottish actor James McAvoy in Inside I'm Dancing.


He then went on to play a small part in the 2005 film Kingdom of Heaven as an Angelic Priest. Following this, he had a big role in the 2005 French war film Joyeux Noel in which he played Jonathan, a young man whose brother was shot dead during WW1. Robertson then went on to play characters in numerous TV dramas, including Luther, where he played both of the Millberry twins, a murderous duo who decided their victim's fate on the roll of a die.


Robertson returned to his home in Shetland to film the TV series of the same name, where he starred as Constable Sandy Wilson in the BBC One adaptation of the popular Ann Cleeves book series. The show was criticised for its lack of Shetland accents, with Robertson being the only main cast member born and brought up on the islands. However, the series attracted over 6 million viewers and a second series was commissioned featuring, alongside Douglas Henshall and Robertson, actors Brian Cox, Julie Graham and Alex Norton, with Robertson's character now as a detective. Robertson stated to Digital Spy that his portrayal of Constable Wilson was a "nice break from playing killers and creeps". A third series, telling a single story, aired in 2016.


The fourth season of Shetland was broadcast in early 2018 on BBC One, with Robertson returning as Detective Wilson.