Game of Thrones, Peter Dinklage Net Worth and Income 2018

Tyrion Lannister, Peter Dinklage Net Worth

Peter Dinklage Net Worth: $16 million

Peter Dinklage, is an American actor who was born in New Jersey. The Morristown born actor may have a total of 16 million as his net worth. With so many movies which he had played before, it is not an odd thing for Peter Dinklage Net Worth to reach those numbers. But don’t expect that his path of career was smooth from the moment he stepped into this industry.

Just like many others, his debut role didn’t go very well. He only plays as a minor character that was not impressive enough for people to notice. It was later in 2003 that he started to get the public recognition he deserves. It was in the movie the Station Agent.

If you think that you have seen him somewhere during your childhood, yes, you are not wrong. You definitely had seen him playing a role in a movie based on one of the best-selling books in the century, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. As for today, you may recognize him as someone who plays a character in the hit HBO series of The Game of Thrones. He played his role as Tyron Lannister very well

The Source of Peter Dinklage Net Worth

Obviously, with actor as his profession, the source of his net worth mainly comes from his movie projects. It is very possible for him to receive a salary of more than a million dollar. That being said, he is certainly worthy of the title of as one of the highest paid actors.

It is not an odd thing either if you remember that he starred in one of the most popular series, The Game of Thrones. In addition to this,  In early 2018 that he also took part in The Avengers: Infinity War. Now imagine the amount of money that he got from the two projects alone. Certainly, it is more than enough to be added into Peter Dinklage Net Worth.

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