Ross Kemp net worth: ‘Living With’ series documentary maker has this much?


Ross Kemp is a British TV legend. He has appeared in BBC soap EastEnders as Grant Mitchell.

Now he presents, and has won a BAFTA for his documentary series Ross Kemp on Gangs.

An Essex man, he went into drama from an early. It was a slow start, appearing in training films for the Ministry of Defence.

However, he son won a role as hardman Grant Mitchell.

A man with many strings to his bow, Ross can turn his hand to all manner of artistic endeavour.

He has written a number of non-fiction books linked to his award winning documentaries. He has also written two novels, Devil to Pay (2011) and Moving Target (2012).

But it is Ross’s work as an investigative journalist that has won him most acclaim.

His first foray into documentary came when he filmed filmed Ross Kemp on Gangs. He has also done Ross Kemp in Afghanistan, Ross Kemp in Search of Pirates, Ross Kemp: Battle for the Amazon and Ross Kemp: Extreme World.

Ross Kemp net worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth Ross Kemp has a wealth of $1.5 million or £1.2m.

Ross has been married twice, first to journalist Rebekah Wade in 2002, but they divorced in March 2009.

In October 2010 he had a son with his make-up artist parter Nicola Coleman.

He married his wife Renee O’Brien in 2012. They have three children, two sons and two twin girls.

Ross Kemp will appear on Ross Kemp Living with Homelessness tonight at 7:30pm.

The ITV programme looks at rough sleeping in Wales, joining the homeless on the coldest night of the year.

He looks into reasons many a refusing to stay on hostels, including drug use and the poor mental health of those who often stay in them.

Another actor Rutger Hauer died last night at the age of 75. 

The actor had a whopping fortune of $16 million, or £12.8 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

His career began in 1969 when he landed a role in the TV action drama, Floris.

Rutger soon became a household name in his native country and in 1973 he started in the Dutch film Turkish delight before moving into English films.

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