Warwick Davis net worth, Age, Height, and Bio

Warwick Ashley Davis is an English actor, filmmaker, comedian, and television presenter. He was born on 3 February 1970, in Epsom, Surrey. He was initially cast as an extra Ewok, but Davis replaced Kenny Baker, who was going to be Wicket, fell ill. In 1987, Davis was called to Elstree Studios to meet with Ron Howard and George Lucas to discuss Willow’s new film, which Davis wrote in mind. He got the opportunity to act with his face visible as titular in Willow. Davis co-starred with Val Kilmer in the movie, which received a Royal Premiere before the Prince and Princess of Wales. 


Then, he moved to television to be in the BBC Television adaptation of the classic serial The Chronicles of Narnia, especially in Prince CaspianThe Voyage of the Dawn TreaderThe Silver Chair, and an episode of Zorro filmed in Madrid. Davis published his autobiography in 2010 named Size Matters Not: The Extraordinary Life and Career of Warwick Davis, with a preface by George Lucas. More, Davis appeared in videos with the famous YouTube group The Yogscast in October 2012. Also, he is a founder of the Reduced Height Theatre Company, which stages theatrical productions cast exclusively with short actors and using reduced height sets.

Quick Facts About Warwick Davis

Full Name:       Warwick Ashley Davis

Age(in 2021):   51 Years

Nationality:       British

Occupation:      Comedian, Actor, Filmmaker.

Years Active:    1982-present

Height:               3′ 6″ (1.07 m)

Weight:              25 kg; In pounds: 55.12 lbs.

Warwick Davis Net Worth and Source of Wealth

Dаvіѕ accumulated аn estimated nеt wоrth оf $10 mіllіоn. He earned a major part of his wealth from his acting career. Since he was twelve, he has been active within the industry; he is the highest-grossing supporting actor of all time. He appeared in several series, including the Leprechaun film series, various characters in the Star Wars film series, Professor Filius Flitwick and Griphook in the Harry Potter film series, which aired from 2001 to 2011. 


Further, he starred as a fictionalized version of himself in the sitcom Life’s Too Short. He has also presented the ITV game shows Celebrity Squares and Tenable. In addition to his acting career, he co-founded the talent agency Willow Management with fellow dwarf actor and father-in-law Peter Burroughs, specializing in representing actors under five feet (1.52 m) tall. He is also co-founder of Little People UK, a charity that supports people with dwarfism and their families.