Brian Gleeson, also known as Breen Gleeson, is an Irish actor known for her work in films like Wake Wood, Life's a Breeze, and many others.
Having appeared in dozens of movies, Brian has also amassed a decent net worth. Here is detailed account of his career, earnings.
How Much is Brian Gleeson Net Worth?
As of 2020, Brian owns a net worth of $1.5 million as per sources. He primarily makes money from his movies and TV works.
Having been part of some successful projects, Gleeson has also charged a decent remuneration for his works.
Gleeson began his career in acting in 2006 where he appeared alongside his father in John Boorman's movie The Tiger's Tail.
His major role came in 2010 when he appeared as Hughie in the first season of Love/Hate. He also received a nomination for an Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
Likewise, in 2012, he acted in Snow White and the Huntsman, both of which went on to receive nominations for Academy Awards.
His other movie credit includes The Stag, Tiger Raid, History's Future, Assassin's Creed, to name a few.
In the year 2017, he was part of three projects Logan Lucky, Mother!, Phantom Thread, where he portrayed the characters named Sam Bang, Younger Brother, and Dr. Robert Hardy respectively.
In 2019, he appeared in the American superhero film Hellboy, where he portrayed the character named Merlin.
He made his TV debut in Trouble in Paradise in 2007 where he portrayed a character named Randy Little.
From 2007 to 2009, he played Cathal in 7 episodes of Single-Handed. This was followed by the work Love/Hate, Primeval, Stonemouth, The Bisexual, and many others.
His latest appearance was in Resistance in 2019 where he portrayed a character named Jimmy Mahon. Similarly, he also appeared in a successful TV series Peaky Blinders, where she portrayed a character named Jimmy McCavern.
Brian was born on 14 November 1987, in Dublin, Ireland. He was born to actor-father Brendan Gleeson and mother Mary (Weldon).
He also three brothers Domhnall Gleeson, who is also an actor, and Rory Gleeson, who is a writer by profession.