|Date of Birth:||1995 January 6|
|Age:||23 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Height:||6 Feet 1 Inch|
|occupation||English actor, comedian, and screenwriter|
|spouse||Sunetra Sastry (m. 1990; div. 2015) Louise Ford 2014.|
|place_of_birth||Consett, County Durham, England|
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Rowan married Sunetra Sastry in 1990 and after twenty-five years of marital relationship, the couple ended at divorce. Also know Rowan's early life, career, education, family, marriage, married life, divorce, children, affairs, relationship, net worth, couple, salary, award, parents, mother, father, cars, houses, bikes, lifestyle and much more.
Rowan was born as Rowan Sebastian Atkinson on 6th January 1955 in Consett, County Durham, England. He was born to father, Eric Atkinson, a company director, and mother, Ella Mat, and grew up along with his sibling’s four siblings.
Atkinson attended St. Bees School and enroll at the Newcastle University where pursued his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. Later, he enrolls at the Queen’s College, Oxford, and completed his degree of MSc in Electrical Engineering.
While attending university, Rowan wrote and performed in the Experimental Theatre Club, Oxford University Dramatic Society. He had also starred in a comedy show for BBC Radio 3 named as The Atkinson People.
Rowan started the tour with Angus Deayton as the duo comedian which was successfully hit and afterward he got chance to feature in London Weekend Television Canned Laughter in 1979. He also featured as the lead role in the medieval sitcom The Black Adder.
The sitcom was so successful and it has released several series and become one of the most successful series of all BBC situation comedies, spawning television.
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Atkinson started his movie career as a supporting role in the unofficial movie Never Say Never Again in 1983. Afterward, he features as a leading role in the Dead on Time, Oscar-winning short film The Appointments of Dennis Jennings, The Tall Guy, The Witches, Hot Shots! Part Deux, as well as in a parody version of Rambo III.
Rowan Atkinson earned wide recognition and fame after portraying in Four Weddings and a Funeral, The Lion King, etc. His others movies include Johnny English Strikes Again, Johnny English Reborn, Johnny English, Bean, Rat Race, Mr. Bean’s Holiday, etc.
Rowan Atkinson married to his long-term girlfriend Sunetra Sastry in February 1990. The couple met each other while Sunetra used to work as a makeup artist with the BBC during the late 1980s. The duo welcomed two children named as Ben Atkinson and Lily Atkinson.
After twenty-five years of marital relationship, the couple separated in 2014 and divorced on 10th November 2015.
Afterward, Rowan started dating Louise Ford in 2014. The couple hasn’t married yet but welcomed their first child in December of 2017. The couple is living happily together and seems to be strongly bonded with each other.
Rowan earns the good sum of money in his career. He has featured in several movies, TV series, and Stage show through which he obtains a huge sum of money. He earns $10,833,333 from The Lion King, $8,125,000 from The Driven Man, $7,438,571 from The Witches, $6,666,667 from The Tall Guy, $1 million from Blackadder series and $1 million as Endorsement from Banks.
Moreover, Atkinson earned $11 million from the movie Mr. Bean after it gets sold to 94 countries and was also turned into a movie and animated series. He owns $3.28 million house in Los Angeles, and $4,400,000 house in Oxfordshire.
Additionally, Rowan owns $8 Million McLaren F1, Aston Martin DB2, $117,000 worth Aston Martin V8 Zagato, BMW 328, Honda NSX, Jaguar MR7, and also a Rolls Royce Phantom.
He also has own company named as Hindneck which has estimated net worth of $1,900,000. Allocating information from several sources it is found out that his current net worth as of 2018 is $140 million.