The renowned English actor Michael Crawford net worth is about $6 million. Check out his wiki, ex-wife, children name to salary as per Forbes in 2017. Michael Crawford AKA Michael Patrick Smith belongs from the abode of British film industry. He is a popular singer and actor of British television. His capability will remain incomplete if we do not mention his superb performances as a comedian. He achieved so many critical appreciations by the audiences of London for his marvelous work.
|Name||Michael Patrick Smith|
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Source of Income||Actor|
|Birth Date||January 19, 1942|
|Ex-Wife||Gabrielle Lewis (1965–1975)|
He confidently performed on all the possible media, television, radio and obviously the stage. For superb stage performances, he has chosen both the Broad Way of New York and also the London’s West End. The best character portrayal of his life is as Frank Spencer of the popular show of British television “Some Mothers Do “AVE” ‘Em”. This character has given a huge boost in his career. Another great work of his career is the title role in The Phantom of the Opera. From his triumphant career, he has made $ 6 million net worth.
He is from Salisbury of England. He was born there on 19th January 1942 in a Roman Catholic family. He started his education at a Catholic school of Isle of Sheppey. Then he moved to London with his mother and the new husband of his mother and studied at the Oakfield Preparatory School. He started his career by performing on the stage. After a long way journey on stage, he started his film career with children’s films for the Children’s Film Festival of Britain.
With the 1962 film The War Lover, he entered the film world totally, it was just 19 then. Then he appeared in many movies and pursued his movie career very smoothly. But the ultimate recognition he got as Frank Spencer. He is a successful singer too as he went for many musical tours in his life. He was fall in love and then married to the actress Gabrielle Lewis. They lived together for ten years and have two daughters then they parted away in life. He was the president of Sick Children’s Trust and also a major part of “Light House Foundation” of Australia. He is a patient of myalgic encephalomyelitis and moved to New Zealand, where he bought a small house and living a simple and slow life there.