On October 26, 1953, Roger William Allam was born in Bow, London, England. A well-known British actor named Roger has been on stage, in films, on television, and on the radio.
Additionally, he has received the Laurence Olivier Award four times for Best Actor. He performed as Inspector Javert in the inaugural London production of Les Miserables in 1985 and 1986 while he was still a young man.
Conversely, Allam has portrayed a number of well-known characters in TV series such as The Thick of It, Game of Thrones, and Endeavour, where he played Detective Inspector Fred Thursday. He has received a lot of love and support from his followers and fans.
Biography of Roger Allam
Famous actor Roger Allam was born in the United Kingdom on October 26, 1953. The actor is most remembered for his stage performances in Henry IV, Privates on Parade, and Les Misérables.
Douglas Richardson was his character in Cabin Pressure. Scorpio is Roger Allam’s zodiac sign, according to astrologers.
Although he has appeared in film, television, and radio, English actor Roger William Allam (born October 26, 1953) is best recognized for his theatre work.
He has a son named William Allam after getting married to Rebecca Saire.
In 1983, he performed as Mercutio for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Birthday, Age & Zodiac Sign:
Roger Allam’s birthday is on 26-Oct-53 and he was born on Monday. He is now 68 years old. Roger’s sun sign is Scorpio and his birth flower is Calendula or Marigold.
|Day of Birth||Monday|
|Year of Birth||1953|
|Birth Sign Duality||Passive|
|Birth Sign Modality & Element||Fixed Water|
Allam is married to actress Rebecca Saire, with whom he has two sons, William, an actor, and Thomas. He, Rebecca and William appeared together in the Endeavour episode Raga (series 7, episode 2, broadcast February 2020). In that episode, Rebecca and William played mother and son.
He identifies as being on the political left and has also publicly castigated Donald Trump.
From 1985 to 1986, he played Inspector Javert in the original London production of the stage musical Les Misérables.
He has also appeared in many radio dramas for the BBC. In 2001, he starred in BBC Radio 4’s adaptation of Les Misérables, as Valjean. In 2000 he played Adolf Hitler at the Royal National Theatre in David Edgar’s Albert Speer.
He won an Olivier Award as Best Actor in 2001, for his role as Captain Terri Denis in a revival of Privates on Parade, opening in December 2001 at the Donmar Warehouse, Covent Garden. In November 2002 at the Comedy Theatre, he co-starred with Gillian Anderson in Michael Weller’s romantic comedy What the Night Is For.
In 2003, he appeared as former West German federal chancellor Willy Brandt in Michael Frayn’s play Democracy which opened at the Cottesloe Theatre, in the Royal National Theatre.
He stayed with the show for its transfer to the West End. In December 2004 and January 2005, Allam appeared as the villainous Abanazar in a pantomime of Aladdin at the Old Vic theatre, co-starring Ian McKellen, Maureen Lipman, and Sam Kelly.
He reprised this role at the Old Vic, once again with Ian McKellen and Frances Barber in 2006–07. In August 2005, Allam appeared in Blackbird by David Harrower alongside Jodhi May at the Edinburgh Festival in a production by German star director Peter Stein.
The play transferred to the Albery Theatre in London in February 2006. Blackbird subsequently won a best new play award.
In 2006 he appeared in Stephen Frears’s film The Queen, starring Oscar-winner Dame Helen Mirren, as the Queen’s private secretary. In February 2007, he performed in the 1960s farce Boeing-Boeing at the Comedy Theatre in the West End, co-starring Mark Rylance, Frances de la Tour, and Tamzin Outhwaite.
In 2007, he appeared for the first time as Peter Mannion MP in the special episodes of the BBC comedy The Thick of It. He reprised the role in the third series (2009) and returned in the final series (2012) as part of the expanded regular cast.
In 2008, Allam played the role of Max Reinhardt, the Salzburg Festival impresario in Michael Frayn’s play Afterlife, the production staged by Michael Blakemore on the National Theatre’s Lyttelton stage. In 2009, Allam played Albin/Zaza in La Cage aux Folles at the Playhouse in London.
Allam played Falstaff in Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2 at Shakespeare’s Globe, in the 2010 season. He won the Olivier Award for Best Actor. In October 2010, Allam was reunited with his former cast mates from Les Misérables in the 25th-anniversary concert for a performance of “One Day More”.
How much money will Roger Allam have
Allam is believed to be worth $5 million in total.
However, Rogger is a well-known actor with a fortune of more than $1 million. He performed Valjean on the BBC radio production of Les Miserables in 2001.
Additionally, images of Roger Allam posted online and on social media demonstrate that he appears to live comfortably and stylishly. It is really motivating to the actor that he has received so much love and support from his fans and followers.
Additionally, Roger Allam makes the most of his money in Britain as an actor. Since he was a small child, he has been an actor, and people have always admired and supported him.