• Harry Holm is an English film editor, director and cinematographer with a net worth of $1 million.
• He is the son of the late legendary Tony Award-nominated actor Ian Holm, and his second wife Sophie Baker.
• He has four half-siblings from his father's other two marriages.
• He is engaged to award-winning actress Samantha Morton, whose fortune is estimated at over $10 million.
• They have two children • a daughter named Edie and a son named Theodore, and live with their children in Monyash, Derbyshire.
- 1 Who is Harry Holm?
- 2 How rich is he, as of now? Harry Holm Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 Who is his girlfriend? Samantha Morton Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Harry Holm?
Harry Holm is an English film editor, director and cinematographer, but is probably best recognized for being the long-term boyfriend and fiancé of famous award-winning actress Samantha Morton.
How rich is he, as of now? Harry Holm Net Worth
As of early 2022, Harry Holm’s net worth is estimated at $1 million, earned through his career in the film industry. On the other hand, it’s also believed that he enjoys the wealth of his famous fiancée Samantha Morton, whose fortune is estimated at over $10 million.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Harry Holm hails from a famous family, since he is the son of the late legendary Tony Award-nominated actor Ian Holm, who was best known for starring in the role of Bilbo Baggins in “The Lord Of The Rings” and “The Hobbit” film series, and his second wife Sophie Baker, who worked as a photographer. He has four half-siblings, three half-sisters named Jessica, Sarah-Jane and Melissa Holm, and a half-brother named Barnaby Holm, from his father’s other two marriages. He holds British nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Harry has never shared any details about his educational background.
Harry Holm’s first ‘acting’ role was when he was still a baby – his crying was used for the role of Elanor Gamgee in the BBC radio version of J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic fantasy novel “The Lord Of The Rings” in 1981; his father had the part of Frodo in the production. Later when he grew up, he worked as an editor on the 2005 documentary film “Look Up And Wave Your Glove”, which was directed by Matthew Huston. His most recent project came in 2012 when he served not only as an editor but also as a cinematographer and director of the documentary TV miniseries “O Nefyn I Nairobi”. He still works as an editor and cinematographer.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Harry Holm has short dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. However, information about his height, weight, vital statistics, biceps sizeand shoe size isn’t available.
Harry Holm met his future wife Samantha Morton when she was filming the music video for the band the Vitamins. They became romantically involved in 2005, while he popped the question and proposed to her the following year. They have two children – their first, a daughter named Edie was born on 4 January 2008, while they welcomed their second child, a son named Theodore in 2012. The two live with their children in Monyash, Derbyshire.
Who is his girlfriend? Samantha Morton Short Wiki/Bio
Samantha Jane Morton was born on 13 May 1977 under the zodiac sign of Taurus, in Nottingham, England. She was raised alongside her two elder siblings by her father, Peter Morton, and her mother, Pamela (nee Mallek), who was a factory worker. Her parents divorced when she was two years old, and she has six half-siblings from their next relationships. Following the divorce, she went to live with her father until the age of eight, when she was made a ward of court since neither of her parents could care for her and her siblings.
She then spent the next nine years in foster care and children’s homes. During that time, she went to West Bridgford Comprehensive School, but also served 18 weeks in an attendance center for threatening an older girl who had been bullying her.
Samantha launched her acting career at the age of 13, when she had offers to appear in small-screen roles while she was a member of the Central Junior Television Workshop. Those roles included her TV debut as Clare Anderson in the ITV drama series “Soldier Soldier” in 1991, and portrayal of Joanne Barnes in the ITV crime drama series “Cracker” in 1994.
His first bigger role was in the first two seasons of Kay Mellor’s ITV crime drama series “Band Of Gold”, in which she starred as Tracy Richards from 1995 to 1996, after which she focused on film titles, and appeared as Harriet Smith in the ITV film adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel “Emma” (1996), starring Kate Beckinsale as the title protagonist.
Rise to Prominence
In 1997, Samantha took the title role in the ITV film adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s novel “Jane Eyre”, directed by Robert Young. During the same year, she was cast as Sophia Western in the BBC miniseries “The History Of Tome Jones: A Foundling”, next to Max Beesley, and booked the lead role of Iris Kelly in the well-received independent drama film “Under The Skin”, which earned her a BIFA Award for Best Female Performance in a British Independent Film.
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After being impressed by her performance in the latter, Woody Allen cast her in the 1999 comedy-drama film “Sweet And Lowdown”, for which she received Academy and Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress. Later that year, she was nominated for a Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture for her portrayal of Michelle in the drama film “Jesus’s Son”.
Samantha gained wider recognition with the title role in the psychological drama film “Morvern Callar” (2002), which earned her a BIFA Award for Best Actress. The same year, she played Sarah in Jim Sheridan’s independent road drama film “In America”, which received widespread critical acclaim, and for which she was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Actress category.
It was followed by her portrayals of Agatha in the commercially successful sci-fi action film “Minority Report” (2002), next to Tom Cruise and Colin Farrell, and as Elizabeth Barry in the drama film “The Libertine” (2004), alongside Johnny Depp and John Malkovich. Two years later, she played he infamous murderess Myra Hindley in the Channel 4 biographical crime drama film “Longford”, for which she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film, and received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination in the same category.
She continued to work on biopics, and landed such roles as Ian Curtis’ life Deborah Curtis in “Control”, which was a critical success, and Mary, Queen of Scots in “Elizabeth: The Golden Age”, next to Cate Blanchett, both films released in 2007.
Samantha made her directing debut in 2009 with the semi-autobiographical drama film “The Unloved”, aired on Channel 4, which earned her a BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama. The same year, she played Olivia Pitterson in the war drama film “The Messenger”, in which she shared the screen with Ben Foster and Woody Harrelson. She then took a three-year-long hiatus, and returned with the role of Sola in the 2012 sci-fi film “John Carter”, which was followed by her performances as Annie Parker in the independent drama film “Decoding Annie Parker” (2013) with Helen Hunt and Aaron Paul, and Kathleen in the period drama film “Miss Julie” (2014), directed by Liv Ullmann.
In 2015, she was cast as Naomi Franckom in the Sky Atlantic crime drama miniseries “The Last Panthers”, after which she joined the main cast of the Hulu period drama series “Harlots”, in which she played Margaret Wells from 2017 to 2019. Most recently, she featured as Alpha in the highly popular AMC post-apocalyptic horror series “The Walking Dead” (2019-2020) and portrayed Liz Evans in the drama film “Save The Cinema” (2022).