Derek Jacobi Net Worth

Derek Jacobi’s Net Worth – How Wealthy is the stage actor?

Derek Jacobi Net Worth:
$8 Million

Derek Jacobi Net Worth

Derek Jacobi – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of birth: October 22, 1938 (85 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Stage Actor
Nationality: British

Distinguished actor and director who has won several awards for his theatre work, which includes Hamlet, Uncle Yanya, and Oedipus the King. In 1984, he won a Tony Award for his role in Much Ado About Nothing. In 2015, he appeared as the king in Cinderella.

He was a dedicated member of The Players of Leyton drama club.

He became a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1985.

Derek Jacobi Net Worth
Derek Jacobi is looking great as ever, and has a net worth of 8000000 dollars. Remarkable!

Personal Life

He began a civil partnership with Richard Clifford in March 2006.

He was in the 2000 movie Gladiator with Russell Crowe.


“You have to get through the Hamlet hoop as a young actor. Your classical qualifications are based on the quality of your Hamlet. And then, as an older actor, you have to get through the Lear hoop. And I’m approaching the Lear hoop.”

— Derek Jacobi

“I shall miss all the people in it and the great fun we had doing it. I enjoyed playing the character very much. It was a very, very special character and a very special series. And the camaraderie of it all. I loved it.”

— Derek Jacobi

“I am an actor and I live in the world of pretend in my working capacity. I live in the world of my imagination.”

— Derek Jacobi

“Reputation is fine but you have to keep justifying it. In a sense, it makes it harder because people’s expectations of you are higher. So, you have to fulfill those expectations. Or, try to exceed those expectations. But, it becomes more difficult as time goes on.”

— Derek Jacobi

“They were totally supportive, always saw everything I did. One of the thrills of my life was when they went to the theater to see something that I wasn’t in. It opened doors for them that otherwise would have been totally closed.”

— Derek Jacobi