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Stephen Moyer Net Worth

Stephen Moyer Net Worth:
$10 Million
Stephen Moyer Net Worth
Stephen Moyer – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $10 Million
Date of birth: October 11, 1969 (53 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Actor, Film Producer, Television Director
Nationality: British

What are Stephen Moyer’s net worth and earnings?

Stephen Moyer is a British actor who has a net worth of $10 million. Stephen Moyer is probably best known for playing the vampire Bill Compton on the HBO series “True Blood.” Before this, he was in a television adaptation of the play “Conjugal Rites,” and starred in the television film “Lord of Misrule.” Among Moyer’s other credits are the television series “The Grand,” “NY-LON,” “Lilies,” and “The Gifted,” and the films “Prince Valiant,” “Quills,” “The Caller,” and “Concussion.”


In 1993, Moyer made his screen-acting debut on the British sitcom “Conjugal Rites,” which was based on the eponymous play by Roger Hall. Moyer played the main role of Philip Masefield opposite costars Gwen Taylor, Michael Williams, and Cordelia Bugeja. He followed this with a role on the 1995 series “Castles,” and then with a part in the television film “Lord of Misrule.”

Personal Life

Moyer was in a seven-year relationship with journalist Lorien Haynes, with whom he had a daughter. He also has a son, Billy, from his first marriage. In 2007, Moyer started dating actress and costar Anna Paquin while filming the “True Blood” pilot. Playing love interests on the show, the two got engaged in 2009, and married in 2010 in Malibu. Together, Moyer and Paquin have boy-girl fraternal twins named Charlie and Poppy.


“Personally, I’m a big reader, and I’ve never wanted any of my favorite novels to be made into movies.”

— Stephen Moyer

“I used to teach kids when I was younger. When I was about 14 or 15 I started teaching children drama and something that I used to say to them was, ‘Don’t be afraid.’ People would be afraid of forgetting their lines or something.”

— Stephen Moyer

“You know, men would much rather run away than talk about stuff, and my default setting has always been, ‘If you have an argument, walk out the door.'”

— Stephen Moyer

“My character in ‘The Caller’ is very normal.”

— Stephen Moyer

“There are lots of procedural shows that I love, but I never really wanted to be a doctor on ‘E.R.’ – which I’m just picking as an example – or be on a crime procedural.”

— Stephen Moyer