An English actor born in Hammersmith, London, Will Poulter, 29, began his professional acting career in his early teens, appearing on television, and in school productions.
Will Poulter is presently gearing up to play the character of Adam Warlock in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. The star commented on his superhero transformation for the movie, responding to the fans who are going wild over his new, toned body on social media. He stated that his diet is “unrealistic” and “unhealthy.”
Thank you, James. It’s a genuine honour to play this role and to work with you. I’m very excited to get to work.— Will Poulter (@PoulterWill) October 12, 2021
What is Will Poulter’s net worth?
As of 2022, Actor Will Poulter’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million or £4 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Will Poulter has starred in films such as Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010), The Maze Runner (2014) and The Revenant (2015), as well as being known for his work in the movies Son of Rambow (2007), We’re the Millers (2013) and Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018). A highlight among his performances is his We’re the Millers character, a dork named Kenny who masquerades as his cannabis supplier’s son as part of a complicated plan to pay back the debt he’s racked up from buying drugs. Will Poulter was also lined up to appear in Amazon’s superexpensive Lord of the Rings fantasy TV show, but he had to “shake that one off.”
Will Poulter quit social media in 2019, following the response to his role as master game designer Colin Ritman in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. In spite of approval from many critics and fans alike for the show’s brand new, interactive technology, the actor was subjected to offensive comments on Twitter about his appearance in the Netflix drama. Poulter released a statement on Twitter: “I’d like to say a heartfelt thank you to everybody who has watched Bandersnatch and for their responses (whatever they may be) to the material we created. I accept all criticisms and it’s been a delight to learn that so many of you enjoyed what many people worked very hard to produce!”