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James A. Stephens Net Worth

Complete Wiki Biography of James A. Stephens, which contains net worth and salary earnings in 2019. James A. Stephens body measurments, height, weight and age details. James A. Stephens wiki ionformation include family relationships: spouse or partner (wife or husband); siblings; childen/kids; parents life. Wiki Bio of James A. Stephens net worth is updated in 2019.

James A. Stephens Net Worth is
$2 Million

Mini Biography

Adam A Stephens was created in 1945 in Wolverhampton, Britain. When he remaining school he wished to be considered a painter and head to artwork college but his dad said ‘If you imagine you are going to be a very long haired, sandal putting on hippie reconsider, if you wish to pull, research technical sketching,’ therefore he researched Mechanical Executive while doing work for an executive company. In the age 26, with locks on his shoulder blades he made a decision to proceed to London and research crisis at E15 crisis College (1973- 1976). He worked well at a lot of England’s repertory theatre’s until 1982 when he shifted to the united states. He’s known for playing Graham Fenwick-Jones over the David Letterman Present. Also known for Sherlock Holmes (2009), The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (2010) and everything My Kids (1970).

Known for movies




Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Blacklist2015TV SeriesKenneth Jasper
Red Butterfly2014Vinny The Killer
A Novel Romance2011Will Sparks
Pan Am2011TV SeriesDesk Clerk
The Sorcerer's Apprentice2010Merlin
Sherlock Holmes2009Captain Philips
In Treatment2009TV SeriesPaul's Dad
The Missing Person2009Old Doorman (Alex Patton)
Calling It Quits2008Victor
The Last International Playboy2008Cubby Hardwick
Descent2007Professor Byron
Little Black Dress2005ShortMr. Copeland
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2004TV SeriesHarvey Cohen
She's the Sheriff1989TV SeriesJames
Britannia Hospital1982Demonstrator (as James Stephens)
The Hard Way1979TV Movie1st Mercenary
Bad Loser1977ShortLes
All My Children1970TV SeriesRichard Fields (1993)

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Deepest Dive: The Story of the Trieste2011Documentary shortNarrator (voice)

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2009Special Jury AwardPhoenix Film FestivalBest Ensemble ActingCalling It Quits (2008)

Source
IMDB

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