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Things To Know About English Actor & Comedian Steve Coogan’s: Net Worth, House, & Career

Steve Coogan net worth & career

Steve Coogan is a producer, writer, actor, and stand-up comedian who is recognized for portraying the role of Alan Partridge for his series The Trip with Rob Brydon. Apart from his career in acting and film production, he is a talented voice artist who performed on the satirical puppet show Spitting Image. He is a million-dollar net worth owner.

How Much Is The Net Worth Of Steve Coogan?

Steve Coogan has an estimated net worth of $25 million, according to He has earned a decent sum of money through his professional career being an English actor.

The British actor has added to his fortune by investing in real estate. Steve purchased a mansion worth $2.45 million in 2011.

In 2011, he purchased a mansion just outside of Brighton for a whopping £2.45million, whereas the mansion includes a billiard room, cinema, swimming pool, and walled gardens.

Additionally, he sold the 7,400 square-foot historical mansion with a price of £3.25 million in 2018. Later, Steve Coogan purchased a house in West London, located in the Television Centre. The luxurious apartments during his period range in price from £725,000 to £7.7million.

He also owns a £4million house in Sussex. But this house was surrounded with controversy in 2020 when he furloughed his gardener and housekeeper at the taxpayer’s expense.

According to, Steve Coogan became one of the wealthiest people claiming British aid during the COIVD-19 pandemic.

When Did Steve Coogan Start His Career?

Steve Coogan started his career in the 1980s as a comic and impressionist, performing regularly in Ipswich before working as a voice artist for television advertisements and the satirical puppet show called Spitting Image in 1988.

Steve Coogan made his debut in the film named Resurrected as Youth 2 in 1989. After few years of hard work, he got an opportunity to work in the TV Series titled Sean’s Show in 1992 as he portrayed the role of Lovey.

During the 1990s, Steve has appeared in various TV Series and TV movies, including A Word in your Era (1992), The Dead Good Show (1993), Saturday Zoo (1993), Harry (1993), Paul Calf’s Video Diary (1994), Coogan’s Run (1995), Tales from the Crypt (1996), and others.

During the 1990s, the early years of his career, he was perhaps most recognizable for creating original comic characters of Alan Partridge.

Steve Coogan has worked as being Alan Patridge in various TV Series and TV movies, including A Christmas Night with the Stars (1994), The Day Today (1994), The Friday Night Armistice (1997), Anglian Lives: Alan Partridge (2003), The Jonathan Ross Show (2011), This Time with Alan Partridge (2019-2021), and others.

Outside of his work as Alan Partridge, he has appeared in a number of Hollywood movies such as The Parole Officer (2001), A Small Summer Party (2001), The Private Life of Samuel Pepys (2003), Monkey Trousers (2005), Curb Your Enthusiasm (2007), Sunshine (2008), Doubt (2013), Stephen (2021), and others.

During his professional career, he has owned various awards and also has been nominated for two Oscar awards, a Golden Glove award.

During his career, some of the awards that he won are BAFTA Awards, British Comedy Awards, British Screenwriters’ Awards, International Emmy Awards, Satellite Awards, and others.