Cumulative profits of production company James Nesbitt increase to 6.95 million euros
Accumulated profits from the main television company owned by actor James Nesbitt reached £ 5.808million (€ 6.954million) in 2020. Derryman’s career includes successful roles in Cold Feet and the new drama Netflix , Stay Close and accrued profits at Nesbitt’s Brown Cow Films Ltd. increased by £ 782,555 (€ 938,501) to reach £ 5.808 million at the end of March 2020. Profits of £ 782,555 for the year represented an increase of £ 256,677 – an increase of 49% – compared to to profits of £ 525,878 recorded for the previous 12 months.
Accounts filed with Companies House in the UK show that the company’s cash flow increased from £ 1.275million to £ 1.221million during the year, while amounts owed to the company rose from £ 4.3million to £ 5.19million.
Harlan Coben’s Stay Close is currently No. 1 on Netflix’s Irish charts, but Nesbitt’s most publicized role over the past year has been his smallest of late when he made a cameo appearance on a stage. in the BBC’s hit crime drama Line of Duty.
Profits for 2020 and 2019 follow profits of £ 723,626 in the 12 months ended end-March 2018.
In addition to roles in Cold Feet and Stay Close, Nesbitt also starred in Sky’s Lucky Man, one of the station’s most successful original drama series to date.
The 56-year-old actor also starred in the award-winning film Bloody Sunday, the BBC’s hit prime-time drama The Missing and he gained worldwide recognition after appearing in The Hobbit film series which starred in The Hobbit. raised nearly $ 3 billion (2.6 billion euros) at the box office.
Nesbitt’s time playing the dwarf, Bofur involved him spending a total of two years in New Zealand for the Hobbit series, undertaking what he called the “brutal” trip to New Zealand 12 times.
In 2016, Nesbitt was awarded an OBE in the New Year’s List for service to Northern Ireland and for acting after years of working with families affected by conflict.
Nesbitt initially had ambitions to be a teacher, but dropped out of college to pursue an acting career.