Bill Skarsgard Net Worth, Young and Promising Actor from Sweden

Bill Skarsgard Net Worth and income

Bill Skarsgard Net Worth: $ 5 million

If we talk about a name “Bill Skarsgard”, you might firstly think about a surprising horror movie, “IT”. Bill Skarsgard successfully stole the viewers’ attention due to his excellent role as Pennywise (it).  The young and handsome Swedish actor is totally different in this movie. He got a role as Terrifying Clown. This movie made his name so popular now. Bill Skarsgard Net Worth is more than $ 5 million dollars now. Soon, you will enjoy the IT-Chapter Two in 2019.

Skarsgård was born in Vällingby, Sweden. He is also the son of actor Stellan Skarsgård.  Skarsgård got nominated in Guldbagge Award for his role as Simon in Simple Simon. While he also won the European Film Academy’s Shooting Stars Award in 2012. He was just 21 at that time.

His acting career has begun since 2000. There he took a role as Klasse in a Swedish movie, White Water Fury. Few years later he appeared in several titles of movies including Arn – The Kingdom at Road’s End, The Divergent Series: Allegiant, Atomic Blonde , etc. And he successfully shocked the world with a movie It, which was ever made in 1990.

Currently, he is also starring a new TV series in 2018, “Castle Rock”. This is a psychological horror web television series.  The story is based on the stories of Stephen King.

The Source of Bill Skarsgard Net Worth

Most of Bill’s income was from his activity in entertainment industry. He has starred several movies and popular TV series. As a young actor, he is quite popular and is still on his golden age. Don’t you know? It even reached an income around 700,4 million USD. It’s unfortunate that Bill Skarsgard salary is still unclear. But surely, the successful movie bring his name to the top of his career. It gave big impact to his income. Currently, Bill Skarsgard net worth is around $5 million dollars. He could reach more than this as long as he keeps on the track of his career.

 

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