How Much Money Does Paul Eddington Make? Latest Income Salary

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Paul Clark Eddington, CBE (18 June 1927 - 4 November 1995) was an English actor who appeared in the television sitcoms The Good Life and Yes Minister/Yes Prime Minister.

Although he was an actor all his adult life, it was not until Eddington was in his late forties that he became a household name. This happened thanks to The Good Life, first screened by the BBC in 1975. The sitcom focuses on a suburban couple who decide to give up work and become self-sufficient in their suburban garden. Eddington was cast as Jerry Leadbetter, a neighbour of the main characters, and Penelope Keith played his wife, Margo. Originally intended as bit parts, the Leadbetters quickly became essential foils for the two "stars".

Eddington's fame grew further when he played the title role of Jim Hacker in the comedy series Yes Minister (first screened in 1980) and Yes, Prime Minister (1986–88) – said to have been former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's favourite TV programme. He was shortlisted four times for the BAFTA award for Best Light Entertainment Performance for the series, but he lost out to his co-star Nigel Hawthorne on each occasion.

During 1987 Eddington appeared as Sir Joseph Porter in H.M.S. Pinafore in Australia. His last roles included Guy Wheeler, a corrupt property developer in the Minder episode The Wrong Goodbye (1989); as Richard Cuthbertson alongside Good Life co-star Felicity Kendal in the TV dramatisation of The Camomile Lawn(1992); the voice of Badger in The Adventures of Mole and Justice Shallow in Henry IV (1995); a BBC adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2. He was reunited with another Good Life co-star Richard Briers in a run of the play Home in 1994.

Eddington read extracts from Sir Winston Churchill's A History of the English-Speaking Peoples for the award-winning BBC Radioseries This Sceptred Isle, however he died midway through the production and was suceeded by Peter Jeffrey.
Eddington was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 1987 New Year Honours

Eddington had been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, known as mycosis fungoides, when he was 28. The ailment was to cause his death eventually, but in the intervening four decades, Eddington and his immediate family kept his condition private.

Eddington died in Southwark, London, on 4 November 1995. He and Patricia, his wife of 43 years, had three sons and one daughter
Net Worth:

Paul Eddington Net Worth: $100 Million

Paul Eddington's Income / Salary:

Per Year: $20 Million

Per Month: $2 Million

Per Week: $500,000

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