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Edward Thomas "Tom" Hardy CBE is an English actor, producer, and former model. After studying acting at the Drama Centre London, he made his film debut in Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down.

Tom Hardy Net Worth And Biography

What is Tom Hardy net worth and biography ?Edward Thomas “Tom” Hardy CBE is an English actor, producer, and former model. After studying acting at the Drama Centre London, he made his film debut in Ridley Scott’s Black Hawk Down.

Net Worth:$45 Million
Age:43
Born:September 15, 1977
Country of Origin:United Kingdom
Source of Wealth:Professional Actor
Last Updated:2021

Tom Hardy is a famous English actor, who is well known for his appearances in films such as ‘Mad Max: Fury Road,’ ‘The Revenant,’ and ‘Inception.’

He has been in numerous television shows and movies and has been known to be an extremely committed actor as he has changed physical appearance multiple times to really embrace the roles he has been given.

As of 2021, Tom Hardy’s net worth is approximately $45 million.

Tom Hardy Childhood & Early Life

Born on September 15, 1977, in Hammersmith, London, Edward Thomas Hardy is the only child of Anne, an Irish artist and painter, and Edward Hardy, a novelist and writer.
He attended Tower House School, Reed’s School, and Duff Miller Sixth Form College, before he discovered his passion for acting, and pursued it at Richmond Drama School. He later joined Drama Centre London in September 1998.
From his teen days until his early youth, he suffered from drug addiction, alcoholism, and delinquency.

Tom Hardy Career

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Despite his turbulent youth, Tom Hardy won The Big Breakfast’s competition ‘Find Me a Supermodel’ in 1998, at the age of 21.
His debut TV show was Steven Spielberg’s war series ‘Band of Brothers’ in 2001. A few months later he landed his debut film, Ridley Scott’s war thriller ‘Black Hawk Down’. Although his performance received positive reviews from critics, military officials and other groups criticized the film.
His next film ‘Star Trek: Nemesis’ in 2002 was a science fiction, wherein he portrayed Praetor Shinzon, the leader of the Reman warriors.
In 2003, he did the film ‘dot the i’, a psychological thriller, and soon after, he travelled to Morocco for ‘Simon: An English Legionnaire’, a film about a young Englishman during the French-Algerian conflict. In the same year, he did ‘LD 50 Lethal Dose’ a UK horror film.
In 2003, he appeared as Skank in a play, ‘In Arabia We’d All Be Kings’, performed in London. Critics reviewed his performance as “remarkable”; it also won him accolades.
In 2005, he was featured in the BBC miniseries ‘The Virgin Queen’, wherein he portrayed Robert Dudley, a childhood friend of Elizabeth I. In 2006, he appeared in BBC Four’s ‘A for Andromeda’, a remake of a 1961 TV series.
In 2007, he appeared in the lead role in BBC Two’s ‘Stuart: A Life Backwards’, wherein he portrayed Stuart Shorter, a homeless man, subjected to years of abuse.
In 2008, he portrayed a drug-addicted rapist in the British crime thriller ‘WΔZ.’ In the same year, he appeared in ‘RocknRolla’ a British-American crime comedy film, in which he portrayed Handsome Bob, a closeted gay member of The Wild Bunch.
In 2009, he put on 19 kg to play the character Bronson/Peterson in the film ‘Bronson’, the real-life story of prisoner Charles Bronson. In June 2009, he portrayed a gangster in the TV drama ‘The Take’ on Sky One. In August, he starred in ITV’s ‘Wuthering Heights’, wherein he played Heathcliff.
In 2010, he portrayed Sam, an alcoholic, in the play ‘The Long Red Road’, performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. He won positive reviews for his performance. In the same year, he played Eames in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Inception’, a science fiction thriller.
In 2011, he starred in the film ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’, an adaptation of the 1979 TV miniseries on BBC TV. In the same year, his portrayal of Tommy Riordan, in the film ‘Warrior’, earned him appreciations from critics.
In 2012, he starred in ‘This Means War’, a superhero film, wherein he played the supervillain Bane, for which he had gained 14kg. In the same year, he portrayed a bootlegger in ‘Lawless’, an American crime drama film.
In 2014, Hardy played Bob Saginowski, a bartender in ‘The Drop’, an American crime drama film, directed by Michaël R. That year, he also appeared in the BBC series ‘Peaky Blinders’ in its second series, portraying Alfie Solomons, the head of a Jewish gang.
In 2015, he landed five films. First, he appeared in ‘Child 44’, where he played Leo Demidov, a Soviet secret police agent. The film was critically and commercially unsuccessful, but his performance received appreciation.
His performance as Max Rockatansky in his next film ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ in 2015 was praised by the critics. The film was a smashing hit at the box office.
His third film in 2015 was the crime thriller ‘Legend’, wherein he played the dual role of the Kray brothers who are gangsters. His fourth film in 2015 was ‘The Revenant’ an American semi-biographical film.
In 2017, he appeared in ‘Dunkirk’ a war film. It was about the British military evacuation of the French port of Dunkirk during World War II. Hardy will also portray a war photographer in the film ‘Unreasonable Behavior’. He will feature in Josh Trank’s Al Capone biopic ‘Fonzo’ as well.
On the TV front, as of 2017, he appears in BBC One TV series ‘Taboo’, which is created by Steven Knight, Hardy, and his father Edward. Hardy has written the story. He will also appear in ‘Venom’, which will be released in 2018.

Tom Hardy Top Movie

DOT THE I (2003)
25%

#26
Critics Consensus: dot the i starts out as a standard love triangle, but last minute revelations turn the movie into a gimmick.
Synopsis: A flamenco dancer (Natalia Verbeke) has an affair with a Brazilian actor (Gael García Bernal), provoking a drastic reaction from… [More]
Starring: Gael García Bernal, Natalia Verbeke, James D’Arcy, Tom Hardy
Directed By: Matthew Parkhill

THIS MEANS WAR (2012)
26%

#25
Critics Consensus: A career lowlight for all three of its likable stars, This Means War is loud, clumsily edited, and neither romantic nor funny.
Synopsis: CIA operatives FDR Foster (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy) are inseparable best friends and partners. Together, their good looks,… [More]
Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy, Til Schweiger
Directed By: McG

CHILD 44 (2015)
27%

#24
Critics Consensus: There’s a gripping story at the heart of Child 44 and a solid performance from Tom Hardy in the lead, but it all still adds up to a would-be thriller that lacks sufficient thrills.
Synopsis: In 1950s Soviet Russia, secret police agent Leo Demidov (Tom Hardy) loses everything when he refuses to denounce his wife,… [More]
Starring: Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman
Directed By: Daniel Espinosa

VENOM (2018)
30%

#23
Critics Consensus: Venom‘s first standalone movie turns out to be like the comics character in all the wrong ways – chaotic, noisy, and in desperate need of a stronger attachment to Spider-Man.
Synopsis: Journalist Eddie Brock is trying to take down Carlton Drake, the notorious and brilliant founder of the Life Foundation. While… [More]
Starring: Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze
Directed By: Ruben Fleischer

STAR TREK: NEMESIS (2002)
39%

#22
Critics Consensus: Nemesis has an interesting premise and some good action scenes, but the whole affair feels a bit tired.
Synopsis: Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) diverts the starship Enterprise from its scheduled trip to Cmdr. Riker (Jonathan Frakes) and Counselor… [More]
Starring: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton
Directed By: Stuart Baird

CAPONE (2020)
40%

#21
Critics Consensus: Tom Hardy makes the most of his opportunity to tackle a challenging role, but Capone is too haphazardly constructed to support his fascinating performance.
Synopsis: Once a ruthless businessman and bootlegger who ruled Chicago with an iron fist, Alfonse Capone was the most infamous and… [More]
Starring: Tom Hardy, Linda Cardellini, Noel Fisher, Jack Lowden
Directed By: Josh Trank

SCENES OF A SEXUAL NATURE (2006)
50%

#20
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: On the lush green lawns of London’s Hampstead Heath Park, a variety of couples commune and sort through their assorted… [More]
Starring: Holly Aird, Eileen Atkins, Hugh Bonneville, Tom Hardy
Directed By: Ed Blum

MARIE ANTOINETTE (2006)
57%

#19
Critics Consensus: Lavish imagery and a daring soundtrack set this film apart from most period dramas; in fact, style completely takes precedence over plot and character development in Coppola’s vision of the doomed queen.
Synopsis: An Austrian teenager (Kirsten Dunst) marries the Dauphin (Jason Schwartzman) of France and becomes that country’s queen following the death… [More]
Starring: Kirsten Dunst, Jason Schwartzman, Judy Davis, Rip Torn
Directed By: Sofia Coppola

VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE (2021)
58%

#18
Critics Consensus: A sequel aimed squarely at fans of the original’s odd couple chemistry, Venom: Let There Be Carnage eagerly embraces the franchise’s sillier side.
Synopsis: Eddie Brock is still struggling to coexist with the shape-shifting extraterrestrial Venom. When deranged serial killer Cletus Kasady also becomes… [More]
Starring: Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris
Directed By: Andy Serkis

ROCKNROLLA (2008)
60%

#17
Critics Consensus: Mixed reviews for Guy Ritchie’s return to his London-based cockney wideboy gangster movie roots, but most agree, it’s a step in the right direction following two major turkeys.
Synopsis: Old-school mobster Lenny Cole (Tom Wilkinson) rules London’s underworld with an iron fist and a score of well-greased palms. As… [More]
Starring: Gerard Butler, Tom Wilkinson, Thandie Newton, Mark Strong
Directed By: Guy Ritchie

LEGEND (2015)
61%

#16
Critics Consensus: As a gangster biopic, Legend is deeply flawed, but as a showcase for Tom Hardy — in a dual role, no less — it just about lives up to its title.
Synopsis: Suave, charming and volatile, Reggie Kray (Tom Hardy) and his unstable twin brother Ronnie start to leave their mark on… [More]
Starring: Tom Hardy, Emily Browning, David Thewlis, Taron Egerton
Directed By: Brian Helgeland

LAWLESS (2012)
66%

#15
Critics Consensus: Grim, bloody, and utterly flawed, Lawless doesn’t quite achieve the epic status it strains for, but it’s too beautifully filmed and powerfully acted to dismiss.
Synopsis: In 1931, the Bondurant brothers of Franklin County, Va., run a multipurpose backwoods establishment that hides their true business, bootlegging…. [More]
Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, Jason Clarke, Guy Pearce
Directed By: John Hillcoat

WAZ (2007)
67%

#14
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: A killer coerces a detective to pay for his past mistakes…. [More]
Starring: Stellan Skarsgard, Melissa George, Selma Blair, Ashley Walters
Directed By: Tom Shankland

BRONSON (2008)
76%

#13
Critics Consensus: Undeniably gripping, Bronson forces the viewer to make some hard decisions about where the line between art and exploitation lies.
Synopsis: In this drama based on a true story, there’s no one tougher or more brutal in the English penal system… [More]
Starring: Tom Hardy, Kelly Adams, Luing Andrews, Katy Barker
Directed By: Nicolas Winding Refn

BLACK HAWK DOWN (2001)
76%

#12
Critics Consensus: Though it’s light on character development and cultural empathy, Black Hawk Down is a visceral, pulse-pounding portrait of war, elevated by Ridley Scott’s superb technical skill.
Synopsis: The film takes place in 1993 when the U.S. sent special forces into Somalia to destabilize the government and bring… [More]
Starring: Josh Hartnett, Ewan McGregor, Tom Sizemore, Eric Bana
Directed By: Ridley Scott

LONDON ROAD (2015)
77%

#11
Critics Consensus: Equal parts enthralling and unsettling, London Road uses an unusual documentary/musical hybrid to tell a grim true-life tale.
Synopsis: Residents of Ipswich, England, reveal their fears and concerns after police arrest Steve Wright, a suspect in the murders of… [More]
Starring: Olivia Colman, Paul Thornley, Nick Holder, Clare Burt
Directed By: Rufus Norris

THE REVENANT (2015)
78%

#10
Critics Consensus: As starkly beautiful as it is harshly uncompromising, The Revenant uses Leonardo DiCaprio’s committed performance as fuel for an absorbing drama that offers punishing challenges — and rich rewards.
Synopsis: While exploring the uncharted wilderness in 1823, frontiersman Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) sustains life-threatening injuries from a brutal bear attack…. [More]
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson, Will Poulter
Directed By:

LAYER CAKE (2004)
80%

#9
Critics Consensus: A stylized, electric British crime thriller.
Synopsis: An unnamed mid-level cocaine dealer (Daniel Craig) in London makes plans to step away from the criminal life. Before he… [More]
Starring: Daniel Craig, Colm Meaney, Kenneth Cranham, George Harris
Directed By: Matthew Vaughn

Tom Hardy Awards And Achievements

Academy Awards, USA

Oscar [Nominee] (2016)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

The Revenant (2015)


BAFTA Awards

Rising Star Award [Winner] (2011)


BAFTA TV Award [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actor

Stuart: A Life Backwards (2007)


AACTA International Awards

AACTA International Award [Nominee] (2018)

Best Supporting Actor

Dunkirk (2017)


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Saturn Award [Nominee] (2011)

Best Supporting Actor

Inception (2010)


Saturn Award [Nominee] (2003)

Best Supporting Actor

Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)


Australian Film Critics Association Awards

AFCA Award [Nominee] (2016)

Best Actor

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)


Awards Circuit Community Awards

ACCA [Nominee] (2015)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

The Revenant (2015)


British Independent Film Awards

British Independent Film Award [Winner] (2015)

Best Actor

Legend (2015)


British Independent Film Award [Nominee] (2013)

Best Actor

Locke (2013)


British Independent Film Award [Nominee] (2011)

Best Supporting Actor

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)


British Independent Film Award [Winner] (2009)

Best Actor

Bronson (2008)


Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Critics Choice Award [Winner] (2016)

Best Actor in an Action Movie

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)


Critics Choice Award [Nominee] (2016)

Best Supporting Actor

The Revenant (2015)


C21’s International Drama Awards

C21’s International Drama Award [Winner] (2017)

Best Male Performance in a Drama Series

Taboo (2017)


Central Ohio Film Critics Association

COFCA Award [Nominee] (2016)

Best Supporting Actor

The Revenant (2015)


COFCA Award [Nominee] (2016)

Actor of the Year

Child 44 (2015)


Legend (2015)


Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)


The Revenant (2015)


COFCA Award [Winner] (2012)

Best Ensemble

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)


COFCA Award [Nominee] (2011)

Best Ensemble

Inception (2010)


Chlotrudis Awards

Chlotrudis Award [Winner] (2015)

Best Actor

Locke (2013)


CinEuphoria Awards

CinEuphoria [Nominee] (2017)

Best Supporting Actor – International Competition

The Revenant (2015)


Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Dagger [Nominee] (2009)

Best Leading Actor

The Take (2009)


Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards

DFWFCA Award [Nominee] (2015)

Best Supporting Actor

3rd place

The Revenant (2015)


Denver Film Critics Society

DFCS Award [Nominee] (2016)

Best Supporting Actor

The Revenant (2015)


Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

DFCS Award [Nominee] (2015)

Best Actor

Legend (2015)


DFCS Award [Nominee] (2014)

Best Actor

Locke (2013)

Tom Hardy Personal Life

In 1999, Tom Hardy married producer Sarah Ward. They divorced in 2004 due to his drug addiction problems, after which he went to a rehab. In 2003-04, he was in a relationship with actress Linda Park, and lived with her for a year.
He has a son, Louis, with his ex-girlfriend Rachael Speed.
After four years of togetherness, they separated in 2009. He and actress Charlotte Riley got married in July 2014. In October 2015, their first child was born.

Quotes from Tom Hardy

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“We’re all flawed human beings, and we all have a cauldron of psychosis which we have to unravel as we grow older and find the way we fit in to live our lives as best as possible.” – Tom Hardy

“It doesn’t matter who you are. What matters is your plan.” – Tom Hardy

“There’s always a certain pride in getting the job done properly.“ – Tom Hardy

“Love is doing something you don’t want to do for someone you don’t particularly like at that moment.” – Tom Hardy 

Rules for Success from Tom Hardy

Now that you know all about Tom Hardy’s net worth and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the lessons we can learn from his success:

We are all human

We are all human, and we all have flaws, make mistakes, and ultimately better ourselves as we grow. Everyone has the same ability and potential to live their lives to the fullest and to figure themselves out as they become older.

“It doesn’t matter who you are. What matters is your plan.”

It doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from because all that matters is your destination and what the future holds for you. What truly matters about an individual is what they set out to do and how they accomplish that.

If you do something, then do it right

If you are going to do something, then you need to really commit to it at complete it to the absolute best of your abilities. Make everything you do actually count and don’t leave anything only done halfway.

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