David Harewood Biography
David Harewood is best known as Actor who has an estimated Net Worth of $5 Million. Known for his role as Billy Bones on Treasure Island and for playing the head of the CIA in Showtime's Homeland. He was also cast in the CBS series Supergirl. He was born on December 8,1965, England. He saved a life by donating his bone marrow in 2007. He was skilled in rugby and football, and was going to pursue being a goal-keeper before pursuing acting as a career. He acted opposite Eddie Izzard on Treasure Island. He was born to Romeo and Malene Harewood. He married Kirsty Handy in 2013. They have two daughters together. His zodiac sign is Sagittarius
David Harewood Bio, Wiki
Best Known For TV Actor Nick Name David Full Name David Harewood Birth Place Birmingham, England, UK Residence Streatham, Lambeth, Greater London, England, United Kingdom Education David had attended St. Benedict’s Junior School and the Washwood Heath Academy in Birmingham. When he was 18 years old, he had joined the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, a drama school in London. Profession Actor Family Father – Romeo Cornelius (Lorry Driver) Mother – Mayleen Cornelius (Caterer) Siblings – Paul Harewood (Brother), Rodger Harewood (Brother), Sandra Harewood (Sister) Build Type Athletic Nationality British Age 54 years old Date of Birth 8 December 1965 Zodiac Sign Sagittarius Height 6 Feet 0 Inches (1.829 m) Weight 78 kg or 172 lbs Sexual Orientation Straight Distinctive Features Toned physique Short-cropped hair Clean-shaven look Prominent, pointy ears Ethnicity Black Hair Color Black Eye Color Dark Brown Net Worth $5 Million David Harewood Dating, Wife, Girlfriends and Relationships Current
David Harewood Filmography
Year Title Role Notes 1993 The Hawk Sergeant Streete 1995 Mad Dogs and Englishmen Jessop 1998 I Wonder Who's Kissing You Now Moses 1999 Between Dreams Orderly Short film 2004 Strings Erito Voice; English dub The Merchant of Venice Prince of Morocco 2005 Separate Lies Inspector Marshall 2006 Blood Diamond Captain Poison 2010 Second Chance Rob Jenkins Short film 2011 The Hot Potato Harrison Victim Mr. Ansah 2012 The Man Inside Eugene Murdoch The Last Bite Rook Short film 2013 Third Person Jake 2015 Free in Deed Abe Wilkins Spooks: The Greater Good Warrender 2016 Grimsby Black Gareth 2017 Tulip Fever Prater David Harewood TV Shows
Year(s) Title Role Notes 1990 Casualty Paul Grant Episode 5.9: “A Will to Die” 1990–97 The Bill Williams, Malcolm Jackson, Ed Parrish, Robbie Coker Four episodes 1991 For the Greater Good David West TV film Minder Vinny's minder Episode 8.10: “Too Many Crooks” Murder Most Horrid Jonathan Episode 1.5: “Murder at Tea Time” Pirate Prince Jean-Baptiste TV film 1991–93 Spatz Derek Puley Three episodes 1993 Anna Lee: Headcase Stevie Johnson TV film Press Gang Doctor Episode 5.2: “Friendly Fire” Medics Nick Episode 3.6 Harnessing Peacocks Terry TV film 1994 Great Moments in Aviation Steward TV film Bermuda Grace Trevor Watkins TV film Capital Lives Episode 1.5: “Fall” 1995 Hearts and Minds Trevor Game On Paul Johnson Episode 1.5: “Big Wednesday” Agony Again Daniel Seven episodes 1997 Macbeth on the Estate Macduff TV film Kavanagh QC David Adams Episode 3.1: “Mute of Malice” Comedy Premieres: Cold Feet Police Sergeant 1998 Ballykissangel Henry Episode 4.9: “As Stars Look Down” 1999–2001 Always and Everyone Dr. Mike Gregson Main cast 1999–2003 The Vice Sgt./D.I. Joe Robinson Main cast 2001 An Unsuitable Job for a Woman DI Peterson Episode 1.4: “Playing God” The Fear Storyteller 2001–02 Babyfather Augustus 'Gus' Pottinger Main cast 2004 Silent Witness Angus Stuart Episodes 8.3 and 8.4: “Death by Water” 2004–05 Fat Friends Max Robertson 11 episodes 2006 New Street Law DI Branston Two episodes The Ruby in the Smoke Matthew Bedwell, Reverend Nicholas Bedwell TV film 2007 New Tricks Martin Viner Episode 4.3: “Ducking and Diving” The Shadow in the North Nicholas Bedwell TV film 2008 The Palace Major Simon Brooks Main cast; eight episodes The Last Enemy Patrick Nye TV mini-series; five episodes Criminal Justice Freddie Graham TV mini-series; three episodes 2009 Gunrush Robbie TV film Robin Hood Tuck 12 episodes The Fixer Richard Millar Episode 2.4 2009–10 Doctor Who Joshua Naismith “The End of Time” 2010 Mrs Mandela Nelson Mandela TV film Strike Back Colonel Tshuma Episodes 1.3 and 1.4 2011 Hustle Don Coleman Episode 7.5: “The Fall of Railton FC” Frankenstein's Wedding The Creature Live-televised stage performance The Body Farm Wilkes Episode 1.3 2011–12 Homeland David Estes 24 episodes 2012 Treasure Island Billy Bones TV mini-series Horizon – Global Weirding Narrator TV documentary series 2013 The Wrong Mans Surgeon TV series By Any Means Napier TV series 2014 Selfie Sam Saperstein 8 episodes 2015–present Supergirl J'onn J'onzz/Martian ManhunterHank Henshaw/Cyborg Superman Main roleNominated – Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television (2019) 2016 Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands Scorann TV series The Night Manager Joel Steadman TV series Will Britain ever have a Black Prime Minister? Presenter TV documentary 2017 Madiba Walter Sisulu Miniseries 2017, 2019 The Flash J'onn J'onzz/Martian Manhunter Episodes: “Duet”, “Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 3” 2017 Have I Got News For You Himself Guest host 2018 David Harewood: My Psychosis and Me Presenter TV documentary 2019 The Man in the High Castle Equiano Hampton Episodes 4.2 and 4.5 2020 Earth's Tropical Islands Himself/Narrator TV documentary Arrow J'onn J'onzz/Martian Manhunter Episode: “Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 4” Legends of Tomorrow Episode: “Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 5” David Harewood Net Worth
Estimated Net Worth 2020 $5 Million Income Source Primary Income source TV Actor (profession).