Nigel Planer

Nigel Planer

On 22 February, 1953 , the birth of a very well-known celebrity known as Nigel Planer’s took place at the place of Westminster, London, United Kingdom. Also, he is a Actor, comedian, novelist, playwright. by profession. This article conveys you Nigel Planer’s net worth, Biography, Age, Height, Dating/Relationships, Physical Stats, Family and Career reports. Additionally, the sorts of queries in your mind are also acknowledged like how rich is he in the current year and how tall is he? Furthermore, you will also become able to know that when he was 67 years old, how did he attain the vast majority of his net worth?

Popular As Nigel George Planer
Occupation Actor, comedian, novelist, playwright
Age 68 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 22 February 1953
Birthday 22 February
Birthplace Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Nigel Planer Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Nigel Planer’s Wife?

His wife is Roberta Planer (m. 2013), Frankie Park (m. 1999–2003), Anna Leigh (m. 1988–1995)

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Wife Roberta Planer (m. 2013), Frankie Park (m. 1999–2003), Anna Leigh (m. 1988–1995)
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Children Harvey Planer, Stanley Planer

Nigel Planer Net Worth

In the years 2021 to 2022,  Nigel Planer’s net worth of his has been developing expressively. Anyway, how much is Nigel Planer worth at 68 years old? The pay source of Nigel Planer is generally from being an efficacious Actor. By belonging, he is from the United Kingdom. The total net worth, cash, compensation, pay, and resources of Nigel Planer, we have evaluated all of these.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2021 Under Review
Net Worth in 2020 Pending
Salary in 2020 Under Review
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Source of Income Actor

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Planer’s father’s Hungarian-Romanian family left Nazi Germany in 1933 and settled in Mortlake, London. He established a medical equipment company, which pioneered technology in controlled-rate freezers, IVF and stem cells. Nigel Planer, who has two brothers, was born in London. He studied at the University of Sussex before leaving to become an actor. He studied acting at LAMDA.
From September 2018 to November 2018, Planer toured with Ade Edmondson in a play that they wrote together called Vulcan 7.
In 2018, he voiced the character of Henry Davenant Hythe in the Big Finish Productions original production, Jeremiah Bourne in Time, which he also wrote.
In 2017 he recorded two songs for the album Wit & Whimsy – Songs by Alexander S. Bermange (one solo and one featuring all of the album’s 23 artists), which reached No. 1 in the iTunes comedy album chart.
A founding member of the London Comedy Store and original member of The Comic Strip – pioneers of the alternative comedy movement in the United Kingdom. Planer appeared with Peter Richardson as part of the double act “The Outer Limits”. Planer and Richardson also wrote the That’s Life! parody on Not the Nine O’Clock News. Over the next 20 years he went on to star in film, theatre and television. With Christopher Douglas, he created the spoof actor character “Nicholas Craig”, who appears in book, radio, TV and articles as well as live; most recently at the Royal Festival Hall, London, in Stewart Lee’s At Last the 1984 show. Planer is also the author of several books, plays, radio plays, and TV scripts as well as a small volume of poetry. He was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Edinburgh Napier University in June 2011.
Planer went on to star as Grandpa Joe in the original production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which opened in London’s West End in 2013.
Planer guest-starred in “The Pale Horse”, a 2010 episode of Agatha Christie’s Marple. In 2011’s The Hunt for Tony Blair, he played Peter Mandelson.
In 2010, Planer returned to the role of the Narrator in the UK Tour of The Rocky Horror Show, playing in Cambridge and Northampton, before also reprising the role of Wilbur in Manchester and Leeds. He also featured in Doctor Who: Live touring the UK, as Vorgenson The Inter-Galactic Showman, before appearing in Pantomime as Captain Hook at the Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield.
He took over the role of Wilbur from Ian Talbot in the West End production of Hairspray on 2 February 2009.
From 10–15 July 2006 he played the part of the narrator in The Rocky Horror Show, taking on the role in Manchester and Bromley. He then starred as The Wizard in the original West End production of Wicked alongside Idina Menzel. The show opened at the Apollo Victoria Theatre on 27 September 2006. Planer ended his run on 7 June 2008 and was replaced by Desmond Barrit.
In 2003, Planer played Professor Dumbledore in a Harry Potter parody, Harry Potter and the Secret Chamber Pot of Azerbaijan. He appeared on a BBC 4 programme in the guise of “Nicholas Craig” in 2007, in which he was interviewed by Mark Lawson.
Other voice roles include the narrator of Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids (and the audiobook narrator for Fearsome Tales for Fiendish Kids), the title character of Romuald the Reindeer, and Dr. Marmalade in an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants (alongside Young Ones co-stars Christopher Ryan and Rik Mayall). Planer has also been the narrator of many of BBC Four’s Britannia series of documentaries, including Prog Rock Britannia, Blues Britannia and Heavy Metal Britannia. In addition he voiced Frodo in The Adventures of Tom Bombadil from the 1992 radio series Tales from the Perilous Realm. He was a narrator in a direct-to-video version of Val Biro’s Gumdrop book series in 1994. He also narrated two short surreal monologues on the album In A Strange Slumber, by Dodson and Fogg, Chris Wade’s progressive folk rock project. He narrated as a thirty-something Adrian Mole in the radio adaptation of Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years.
In 1990, he replaced Michael Gambon in Alan Ayckbourn’s Man of the Moment in the West End. Leading roles followed in other productions at the Bush Theatre, the Lyric Theatre, the Traverse, the Young Vic, the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Regent’s Park Open-Air Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, Plymouth Drum and the Hampstead Theatre.
As Neil from The Young Ones, Planer gained a number two hit single in 1984 in the form of “Hole in My Shoe” (originally a hit for 1960s band Traffic). A cover of Tomorrow’s “My White Bicycle” was a less successful follow up, only reaching No.97 in the charts. After that, an album was produced, entitled Neil’s Heavy Concept Album. Planer also took Neil’s stage act on the road in that year as Neil in the “Bad Karma in The UK” tour. This culminated in a month-long run at St. Mary’s Hall at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The Young Ones also appeared on Cliff Richard’s 1986 charity rerecording of “Living Doll”, which spent three weeks at number one in the UK. He has a silver and a gold disc and has a Brit award from his musical career. In 2015 he started a new music project called Rainsmoke with Chris Wade (Dodson and Fogg) and Roger Planer.
Planer is best known for his role as Neil, the hippie housemate in the BBC comedy The Young Ones, which ran for two series broadcast in 1982 and 1984. He has starred in The Comic Strip Presents…, a series of short films broadcast from 1983 onwards, as various odd outsiders.
Planer played Den Dennis, one of the four members of the 1980s spoof rock band Bad News, which made two albums produced by Brian May. The band performed at the Hammersmith Apollo as well as the Donington and Reading Rock Festivals.
Nigel George Planer (born 22 February 1953) is an English actor, comedian, novelist and playwright who played Neil in the BBC comedy The Young Ones and Ralph Filthy in Filthy Rich & Catflap. He has appeared in many West End musicals, including original casts of Evita, Chicago, We Will Rock You, Wicked, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. He has also appeared in Hairspray. He won a BRIT award in 1984 and has been nominated for Olivier, TMA, WhatsOnStage and BAFTA awards.
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