About Hugh Grant

Hugh Grant, whose full name is Hugh John Mungo Grant, is a well-known English actor and a producer who was known for his outstanding work as an actor and producer and has been working actively from the year 1982 to now.

Quick Info 
Full NameHugh John Mungo Grant
Date of Birth9 September 1960
Birth PlaceLondon, England
Parent(s)Fynvola Susan MacLean and James Murray Grant
OccupationActor, Film Producer
Spouse(s)/Partner(s)Anna Eberstein ​(m. 2018)​
Elizabeth Hurley
Net worthUS $150 million

Personal Life 

Hugh Grant was born on 9 September 1960 in London, England as a son of a mother, Fynvola Susan MacLean,, and father, James Murray Grant. His father used to be an officer in the Desforth Highlanders, for eight years in Malaya and Germany. Later, he ran a carpet organization where his mother worked as a school teacher, and taught Latin, French, and music for more than 30 years. He has an older brother as siblings whose name is James “Jamie” Grant, where he worked as a New York-based investment banker.  

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Hugh Grant met an actress Elizabeth Hurley in 1987, and they started to date each other,, and lived in a relationship for 13 years and separated in 2002. He had got five children with two women. He also had a daughter from Tinglan Hong,, who was born in September 2011 named Tabitha, where her Chinese name is Xiao Xi. The meaning of her character in Chinese is a happy surprise. At the time of her daughter’s birth, the press had made him difficult to visit them peacefully.

Hugh Grant also had a son with Swedish television producer Anna Eberstein in September 2012, where she also gave birth to another son in the same year of December. After that, Eberstein also gave birth to a girl in December 2015, wherein 2018, she also gave birth to another child. Later, on 25 May 2018, Grant and Eberstein got married. He have five children.

Nationality and Physical Stats

Hugh Grant holds both British and English nationality and belongs to White ethnicity. He is currently 60 years old,, with aaaa height of 5 feet 11 inches (180 cm) and a aaa 75 kg weight weight weight. He had got dark brown hair with blue eyes. As he was born on 9 September, his zodiacs sign Virgo.

Early Life and Education

As a child, Hugh Grant spent his childhood shooting and fishing with his grandfather in Scotland’s Scotland’s Scotland’s Scotland’s summertime. Later, he joined Hogarth Primary School in Chiswick, where he went to St Peter’s Primary School in Hammersmith. After that, he appeared into an independent preparatory school as well as in Wetherby School. Further, he attended another school Latymer Upper School after getting the scholarship where he played rugby, cricket,, and football for the school. In Top of the Form, he represents Latymer.

 Also, in New College, Oxford, Hugh Grant won the Galsworthy scholarship where he had studied English and later graduated with 2:1 honors. After that, he went to Oxford University Dramatic Society,, and he got the role of Fabian in a romantic comedy play “Twelfth Night.” Later, he also got the position in the movie “Privileged” in 1982. He also got the offer from the Courtauld Institute of Art, the University of London, for Ph.D. in artartart history where he had not accepted the offer as he had failed to secure a grant. 

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1982-1986 (First film; stage and comedy work)

Hugh Grant had already started his career when he was cast into the movie “Privileged” in 1982. After that, he was noticed by talent agents and offered to represent him,. A. A. A. As he was started his MPhil at the Courtauld Institute, he didn’t accept the offer but later, he reconsiders it thinking that he can save money for his study.

Further, he was cast into the supporting role in a historical drama movie “The Bounty” in 1984 but couldcouldcouldcould not play that role because of an Equity card. To receive an Equity card, he attends the Nottingham Playhouse and spent a year at the Part terrace. He was directed by Richard Digby Day in small roles,, which include” Lady Windermere’s Fan,” “Hamlet,” and “Coriolanus.”

Later, Hugh Grant was bored doing the small acting parts, so he created a sketch-comedy The Jockeys of Norfolk group. After that, the group was seen toured London’s pub comedy circuit with stops at “The George IV,” “Canal Café There,” and also in “The King’s Head.”

1985-1993 (Maurice and other projects)

Hugh Grant was seen in small roles in eight television production,, including, including, including, including movie, historical miniseries,,,,, and in a single episode of series in 1985 and 1986. After that, he was seen in a leading role in a romantic drama movie “Maurice” in 1987 for which he and his co-star had shared the Volpi Cup which is for Best Actor at the Venice Film Festival.

Likewise, in the 1980s and 1990s, he had managed to play a small roles in the movies like “White Mischief” in 1987 and “The Dawning” in 1988, for which he was nominated for several sawards. Further, he was seen playing the lead role in a horror movie “The Lair of the White Worm,” After that, he was seen as Lord Byron in the 1988s movie “Rimando al Viento.” Later, he was also seen doing the roles in the film like “Champagne Charlie” in 1989, in the drama “The Big Man” and even in the television movie “Our Sons.”

Likewise, Hugh Grant also played a role in the movie “Impromptu,” where he to receive lots of positive responses. Further, he was cast into the film “Bitter Moon,” in the drama “The Remains of the Day.”

1993-1999 (Four Weddings and a Funeral and stardom)

When Hugh Grant had turned in to the age of 32, he was thinking to drop his acting career but later, he was amazed by the script of “Four Weddings and a Funeral” which is a romantic comedy movie by Mike Newell where it was released in 1994 and became the highest-grossing British movie. It had an excess of $244 million in a worldwide box office and made him an international star overnight. The film was nominated and won several types of awards as well as its cast members were also able to win several kinds of awards. Later, he was also seen in a romantic movie, “About a Boy.”

When Hugh Grant was not cast into the “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” he was cast into the tragicomedy “An Big Adventure” in the year 1995. Likewise, he was seen as a cartographer in 1917 Wales in “The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain” in the year 1995.

Furthermore, he was seen in the movies like “Nine Months” and “Restoration,” were after that, he became a film producer where he had produces a thriller movie, “Extreme Measures.” Later, he was seen doing the film “Notting Hill,” which is a romantic comedy movie of 1999.

Later, he released his next production work,,, a mob romantic comedy crime movie “Mickey Blue Eyes” of the year 1999.

2000-2004 (Continued romantic comedy roles)

Further, Hugh Grant was seen in the movies like “Small Time Crook” in 2000, “Bridget Jones’s Diary” in 2001, “About a Boy” in 2002. Later, he was seen in the romantic movie “Two Weeks Notice” and then in “Love.” Likewise, he had reprised his role in the film Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason” as Daniel Cleaver.

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2006-2015 (Mid-career experimentation)

Further, Hugh Grant was seen in the movie “American Dreamz” in 2006,, and he also hosted an American Idol reality show. Later, he was cast into the movie “Music and Lyrics” in 2007. After that, in the year 2009, he was seen in the movie “Did You Hear About the Morgans?” and after that seen in “Cloud Atlas,” “The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!”, “The Rewrite” in 2014, “The Man from U.N.C.L.E” and “Entertainment Weekly.”

2016-present (Mature career renaissance)

In the year 2016, Hugh Grant was seen in the movie “Florence Foster Jenkins,” which is his career-best movie role and praised and loved by everyone. Later, he appeared in the miniseries “A Very English Scandal,” also seen in “Paddington 2”. Likewise, he was seen in “The Gentlemen” and even in HBO miniseries “The Undoing.”

Net Worth

The estimated net worth of Grant is $150 million.