Guy Pearce is an Australian actor who rose to global stardom following his performances in prominent Hollywood dramas.
Born in Victoria, Guy and his family moved to Geelong, Australia when he was three.
He lived in the Melbourne suburb of Box Hill during the 1980s as he kickstarted his acting career by featuring as Mike Young in Australian soap drama Neighbours.
Guy’s work with Australian director Frank Howson in the films Heaven Tonight, Hunting and Flynn brought him into the international limelight.
This fame would help him into his breakout film, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, where he performed along other Australian icons like Hugo Weaving.
Since then, Guy has become known as a drama actor, with some of his most well-known performances being in films like The Hurt Locker, The King’s Speech and Holding the Man and television series like Jack Irish.
Outside of acting, Guy has a passion for music, releasing his debut album in 2014. He is a Geelong fan in the AFL and has supported a variety of environmental and animal rights organisations.
What is Guy Pearce’s net worth?
As of 2022, Guy Pearce has an estimated net worth of $25 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Helping to catapult him into this kind of wealth were Guy’s performances in Christopher Nolan's Memento, 2009’s The Hurt Locker and 2010’s The King’s Speech, which turned him into one of the few actors to feature in consecutive Best Picture-winning films.
At this year’s Logies ceremony, Guy received the Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor, however did not appear to receive it in-person, instead expressing his gratitude over Twitter.
The Silver Logie will join his suite of other awards, including a Primetime Emmy Award for Mildred Pierce.
Guy has also returned to Neighbours for its final episodes, reprising his 1980s role as Mike Young.
Guy has lived in Australia, the United States and the Netherlands over the course of his career.
He recently sold his $1.2 million family retreat home in Geelong and is expected to make a loss on it.