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Michael Palin Net Worth

michael palin net worthMichael Palin Net Worth 2019 – Sir Michael Edward Palin, KCMG, CBE, FRGS is an English comedian, actor, writer and television presenter. He was a member of the comedy group Monty Python. Since 1980 he has made a number of travel documentaries.
Palin wrote most of his comedic material with fellow Python member Terry Jones.

In 2009, Michael Palin Net Worth 2019 is $25 Million. He married Helen Gibbins, who he met while vacationing in Suffolk in 1966. He has two sons, William and Thomas, and a daughter, Rachel. He has an older sister and his father was an engineer who worked for a steel firm. A part of the acclaimed comedy group Monty Python who became a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2000. He won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role in the 1988 film A Fish Called Wanda .

Michael Palin Net Worth 2019 is $25 Million

  • First Name: Michael
  • Middle Name: Edward
  • Last Name: Palin
  • Full Name: Michael Edward Palin
  • Alternative Name: Michael Edward Palin, Michael Palin
  • Age: 74 years
  • Birthday: 5th May, 1943
  • Birthplace: Ranmoor, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
  • Height: 5′ 10½” (179 cm)
  • Build: Average
  • Eye C: Brown – Dark
  • Hair C: Grey
  • Zodiac Sign: Taurus
  • Sexuality: Straight
  • Ethnicity: White
  • Nationality: British
  • High School: Birkdale School, Sheffield, Shrewsbury School
  • University: Brasenose College, Oxford University
  • Profession: Actor, writer, television presenter, comedian
  • Profession: Actor
  • Claim to Fame: Monty Python
  • Year(s) Active: 1965–present
  • Websites: http://www.palinstravels.co.uk/, http://www.palinstravels.co.uk, http://themichaelpalin.com

After being a part of the group Monty Python, he widened his career by writing travel documentaries while journeying around the world. He has frequently collaborated with fellow Monty Python member, John Cleese .

He began acting at the age of five, when he performed in the school play ‘A Christmas Carol.’ He studied modern history at Brasenose College, Oxford, where he first began writing comedy with fellow student Robert Hewison.