Murray McArthur is a well-known British theater artist, actor, writer, and television star who is well-known for his outstanding performances in films and television shows such as The Northman (2022), Viking Destiny (2018), Friends and Crocodiles (2006), Outlander (2017), and Doctors (2018).
|Age||55 years old|
|Born||4 May 1966|
|Birthplace||Honiton, United Kingdom|
|Wife||Geraldine McArthur (m. 2000)|
|Children||Orla McArthur, Freya McArthur|
Murray McArthur Biography
Murray McArthur was born and raised in Devon. He often portrays Scottish parts as the son of a mushroom farmer, of Scottish ancestry, and with red hair. He attended King’s School in Ottery St Mary, graduated from Loughborough University with a BA (Joint Hons) degree in English and Drama, and then went on to study acting at the Drama Studio London. He was a Devon County Youth Theatre member.
He has featured in a number of theater productions in British regional theatres as well as on London’s West End (including the Royal National Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe). His theater career has carried him all across the world (Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles & Panasonic Globe Theatre, Tokyo). “Emphasis on the heart-warming relationship between Pip and Joe Gargery is a crucial part of the story, and the blacksmith, played by Murray McArthur in the best performance of the evening, achieves this,” Irish Independent critic Bruce Arnold said of his performance as Joe Gargery in Great Expectations at the Gate Theatre in Dublin.
Murray is featured in Doctor Who’s episode The Girl Who Died as Hasten, the Viking who breaks the Doctor’s sonic spectacles.
McArthur played a Wildling chieftain in HBO’s Game of Thrones’s fifth season episode Hardhome. His character reappeared in the sixth season episode of The Broken Man as Dim Dalba. When Jon Snow (character), Tormund Giantsbane, Sansa Stark, and Davos Seaworth ask him to join them in the battle against Ramsay Bolton’s forces, he speaks for the Wildlings of The Gift.
Murray played Hákon Iron-Beard in Robert Eggers’ Viking vengeance picture The Northman, which is set to be released in April 2022. The film’s production was delayed owing to the COVID-19 epidemic, restarted in August 2020, and was ultimately finished in early December 2020.
McArthur appeared as ‘Dad’ in the British psychological thriller Marooned Awakening in 2021. The principal shooting took place on the island of Guernsey in September 2021. On September 3, 2022, the feature film opened at the Beau Séjour Theatre in Guernsey.
It was recently reported that he would portray Fabian in Tim Burton’s Wednesday, which will premiere on Netflix in the fourth quarter of 2022.
Murray McArthur’s Net Worth in 2022
Murray McArthur’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from the United Kingdom. We have estimated Murray McArthur’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Murray McArthur Wife, Marriage
Murray has been married to Geraldine, a long-time female acquaintance. They have two kids, Orla and Freya McArthur, from their marriage.