What is Gary Oldman’s Net Worth?


Gary Oldman has a net worth of approximately $40 Million as of July 20, 2022.

Gary Leonard Oldman is an English actor, filmmaker, and director from New Cross. Oldman is known as one of today’s greatest actors.

He is the recipient of an Academy Award Award, three BAFTA Awards (two Critics’ Choice Awards), two Critics’ Choice Awards, two Critics’ Choice Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Early Life

Gary Leonard Oldman was born on 21 March 1958 in New Cross, London. He is the son of Leonard Bertram and Kathleen Oldman.

He went to the West Greenwich School of Deptford and then dropped out to work in a sporting shop. From a young age, he was interested in music and became a skilled singer and pianist.

Oldman received a scholarship from Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama to study Acting.


Oldman became a huge hit with Glasgow audiences in the 1980s.

In 1982, he appeared in his first film, “Remembrance”, a Colin Gregg film. The following year, he was cast in ‘Meantime. He was then cast in “Saved”, which was a huge breakthrough for him.

Oldman emigrated to the USA in the 1990s. He starred in films such as State of Grace and JFK’. He was soon a favorite actor who played anti-heroes as well as negative characters in movies.

From 1995 to 1999, he was a star in ‘Murder in the First,’ ‘The Fifth Element,’ ‘Lost in Space,’ ‘Air Force One,’ and Jesus.

In the new millennium, he was cast as ‘Sheldon Runyon’, a Republican congressman in ‘The Contender’ which was released in 2000.

He played the role of Sirius Black, in Harry Potter. Radcliffe and Oldman were reportedly very close during the shooting of the film in 2004.

He played the role of James Gordon in Christopher Nolan’s 2005 film, “Batman Begins”. Three years later, he played the same role as in “The Dark Knight”.

He appeared in ‘A Christmas Carol,’ ‘The Unborn,’ ‘The Book of Eli,’ and Catherine Hardwicke’s ‘Red Riding Hood.

Gary Oldman has a net worth of $40 Million as of July 20, 2022.


Here are some of the best highlights of Gary Oldman’s career:

  • True Romance (Movie, 1993)
  • Hannibal (Movie, 2001)
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Movie, 2004)
  • The Dark Knight (Movie, 2008)

Three Lessons From Gary Oldman On Acting And Relationships

Let’s take a look to see what we can learn about him and how to act in relationships.

1. Living truthfully is about acting

Acting means living truthfully in imaginary situations. I was told that by an acting teacher.

2. Parenting doesn’t come with a manual

As a parent, you have to tread carefully as you try to civilize these uncivilized things. They will spill the coffee and leave their finger marks on the table. It’s time to say “We’re gonna need to clean that up!”

3. You can choose your friends by their character

You pick your friends based on their character, and your socks based on their color.

Favorite Quotes From Gary Oldman

I was quiet, an introvert. I was one of those children who, if someone put me in a room with some crayons or pencils, wouldn’t hear me for nine consecutive hours. And I was always drawing cars, rockets, spaceships, and planes. These were things that were fast enough to take me away.

According to some, alcoholics are self-deprecating egomaniacs. It’s a perfect description. It’s a paradox: Being bigger than life but feeling ashamed.