Joe Alwyn is an English actor who has starred in several films and television shows. He started his career in 2016 with Ang Lee’s war drama Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk and went on to feature in The Favourite and Mary Queen of Scots.
The actor has also frequently made news for his relationship with pop sensation Taylor Swift, with whom he has also collaborated on a number of songs. In April 2023, reports emerged that the couple had gone their separate ways after being together for six years.
Fans are now interested to know more about Alwyn’s life, including his salary and earnings. Well, we have got you covered. Here is all you need to know about the actor’s net worth.
Joe Alwyn’s Net Worth
Joe Alwyn’s net worth is estimated to be $4 million in April 2023. He has earned most of this wealth through his acting and songwriting career. The actor was born in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, in 1991. His mother is a psychotherapist, and his father is a documentary filmmaker.
Alwyn attended the City of London School, where he played in a band and was active in sports. Despite being introverted, he had a passion for acting and joined the National Youth Theatre as a teenager. Alwyn went on to study English literature and drama at the University of Bristol and acted in two student productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
He was eventually accepted into the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, where he completed a BA in acting. He was discovered by an agent during his third year of drama school and made his debut in the film industry with Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk in 2016.
After making his acting debut, Alwyn played Samuel Masham in The Favourite, Klaus Eichmann in Operation Finale, and Robert Dudley in Mary Queen of Scots, all in 2018. The same year, he won the Trophée Chopard at the Cannes Film Festival. He also portrayed Gideon Brodess in Harriet and Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol in 2019.
The actor appeared in The Souvenir Part II and The Last Letter from Your Lover in 2021. He also acted in Conversations with Friends, Catherine Called Birdy, and Stars at Noon in 2022, with the latter winning the Grand Prix at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.
Alwyn is also reported to be cast in Aneil Karia’s modern adaptation of Hamlet and in And, an upcoming anthology film by Yorgos Lanthimos, alongside Emma Stone, Margaret Qualley, and Willem Dafoe.
In 2020, Alwyn began collaborating with his then-girlfriend Taylor Swift and wrote 10 songs for her albums under the pseudonym William Bowery. He co-produced the tracks August, Betty, Exile, Illicit Affairs, My Tears Ricochet, and This Is Me Trying for Swift’s album Folklore, which went on to win the Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards in 2021.
Exile also reached the top 10 charts in several countries. Alwyn then co-wrote Champagne Problems and Coney Island for Swift’s ninth studio album Evermore. He also collaborated with the singer on Midnights, co-writing the song Sweet Nothing.
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