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Sir Derek Jacobi is a famous English film and television actor and theater & film director.
Derek George Jacobi was born on October 22, 1938, in England. Derek has also performed as a stage actor in several stage productions of William Shakesphere like 'Much Ado About Nothing', 'Macbeth', 'Hamlet', 'Romeo & Juliet', 'Twelfth Night', 'The Tempest', and 'King Liar'.
Derek Jacobi won several awards for performing as an English actor in the industry. Derek Jacobi worked at the National Theater company, where he was invited by the director manager of the National Theater academy, Laurence Olivier. He was shy at the beginning of his career when he started appearing in 'Hamlet' as Laertes in London, and Laurence Olivier had to force him to attend curtain calls.
Derek Jacobi made his Broadway debut in the play 'The Suicide' and later on joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1980. Derek Jacobi won a Tony Award for performing in Shakespeare’s play called 'Much Ado About Nothing'. Derek Jacobi alternated the title roles in 1998 of Shakespeare’s plays called 'Richard II' and 'Richard III'. Derek Jacobi performed in several television series like 'Little Dorrit', 'Inside the Third Reich', 'Mr. Pye', 'The Tenth Man', and many more.
Derek Jacobi has a net worth of approximately $8 million dollars. The net worth of the actor is estimated by his performances as an actor in the film industry, theater, stage shows, and film director.
There are no details available regarding the earnings per year of Derek Jacobi.
Derek Jacobi is 5 ft 8 in (178 cm) tall.
Derek Jacobi is 84 years old as of 2022. He was born on October 22, 1938.
Derek Jacobi was born in England on October 22, 1938, to Alferd George Jacobi and Daisy Gertrude. Alfred George Jacobi was a tobacconist and also ran a sweets shop in Chingford, East London. Derek Jacobi is the only child of his family. Derek went to Leyton County High School to complete his basic education, where he became an integral part of a drama club. Derek Jacobi won a scholarship at the age of 18 to the University of Cambridge, where he studied at St. John's College to complete his graduation. Derek performed in Shakespeare’s play 'Hamlet' during his graduation from the University of Cambridge.
Derek Jacobi is in a relationship with Richard Clifford as of 2022. After the British government introduced civil partnerships, Derek Jacobi announced his relations with the theater director Richard Clifford. Both Derek and Richard live together in West Hampstead, North West London, as of 2022.
Derek Jacobi is popular for his roles in several films and television series. Derek Jacobi is mainly popular for being a part of most of Shakespeare's plays held in London.
Derek Jacobi has won several awards as an actor. Derek won a Tony Award for the Broadway run of Shakespeare’s play called 'Much Ado About Nothing'. Derek Jacobi has won two Screen Actors Guild Awards and two Primetime Emmy Awards.
Derek Jacobi performed in Shakespeare's play called 'Twelfth Night' for which he received the Laurence Olivier Award in the Best Actor category.
Derek Jacob has always had a keen interest in acting.
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