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Bill Nighy is an English director, director, theater artist and film producer who, since he was interested in film, theater and television, was renowned for his immense contributions to the entertainment industry. Over the years he has played a varied part in a broad variety of shows and films, such as the works of Johnny Worricker in page eight, the works Gideon Warner in Gideon ‘s aunt, the show of Howard Clifford in Detective Pikachu, the film Davy Jones in Caribbean Pirates.
Bill Nighy Net Worth:$8 million
William Francis Nighy
Bill Nighy is currently 70 according to his birthdate December 12, 1949
Caterham, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
Bill Nighy studied at the John Fisher School, a Roman Catholic voluntary-aided boys’ faith school located in Purley, Croydon. Afterward, he got enrolled at the Guildford School of Acting and trained for stage and film.
Actor, Voice Actor, Producer, Theatre Artist
- Father – Alfred Martin Nighy (Managed a car garage after working in the family chimney sweeping business)
- Mother – Catherine Josephine Nighy (née Whittaker) (Psychiatric Nurse)
- Siblings – Martin Nighy (Older Brother), Anna Nighy (Older Sister)
- Others – Joshua Nighy (Paternal Grandfather), Mary Ellen Duff (Paternal Grandmother)
Bill Nighy is represented by Markham, Froggatt & Irwin, Talent Management Company, London, England, United Kingdom.
6 ft 0½ in or 184 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Bill Nighy has dated –
- Diana Quick (1980-2008) – Between 1980 and 2008, he was in a relationship with actress Diana Quick and the duo also parents a daughter named Mary Bing Quick Nighy (b. July 17, 1984).
Race / Ethnicity
Bill Nighy is of English descent on his father’s side and has Scottish and Irish roots on his mother’s side.
Salt and Pepper
- Pale appearance
- Wears glasses
He was raised as a Roman Catholic.
Bill Nighy Favorite Things
- One Of His Favorite Films – Performance (1970)