Temuera Morrison’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Temuera Morrison (Temuera Derek Morrison) was born on 26 December, 1960 in Rotorua, New Zealand, is a New Zealand actor. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Temuera Morrison’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
|Popular As||Temuera Derek Morrison|
|Age||61 years old|
|Born||26 December 1960|
|Birthplace||Rotorua, New Zealand|
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Temuera Morrison’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Temuera Morrison is 61 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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He played lighthouse keeper and Arthur‘s fatherin the 2018 DC Comics film Aquaman.
He released his debut album, Tem, through Sony Music Entertainment NZ in late November 2014. The album consists of covers of songs that his father, and uncle Sir, used to perform at local venues when he was growing up.
He became internationally well-known after portraying Jango Fett in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002) and his clone troopers in both Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005). He is also known for voicing Chief Tui, the father of the title character in Disney’s Moana (2016), and for playing Arthur Curry’s father Thomas in Aquaman (2018).
In later years, Morrison has gained attention for his role as the bounty hunter Jango Fett in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002). Part of the film’s plot involves an army of clones created with Jango’s DNA; Morrison also provided the voice acting for the clones. He reappeared as a number of clones in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and re-recorded the lines of the character Boba Fett (Jango’s “son” and another clone) in the 2004 DVD re-releases of the original Star Wars trilogy, replacing the voice of.
Morrison portrayed Abin Sur in the 2011 superhero film Green Lantern.
He started writing an autobiography in 2009, which he hoped would inspire others to “reach for the stars”.
Morrison returned to Shortland Street for six weeks in June/July 2008 to reprise the role of Dr. Hone Ropata.
In 2008, Morrison also appeared on New Zealand skit comedy television show Pulp Sport, where he appeared in a sketch that made fun of him being cloned.
He has since portrayed Jango Fett and his clones in a number of Star Wars video games, all produced by LucasArts. He played the commando “Boss” in Star Wars: Republic Commando, voiced all the troopers in Star Wars: Battlefront, and returned again to voice the bounty hunters Jango Fett and Boba Fett in Star Wars: Battlefront II as well as the clone advisor and the narrator of The 501st Journal. Morrison was again featured in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, a game centered around his character Jango, in which the origins of Jango Fett are revealed. He played Boba Fett in the 2006 game Star Wars: Empire at War. He also reprised his roles uncredited as Jango Fett and various clones in LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game. Morrison once again portrayed Boba Fett in both of DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront games, released in 2015 and 2017. Unlike his previous Star Wars games, the Battlefront games were produced by Electronic Arts.
Although he was not personally among the vocal cast for the game, 2005’s Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords featured a clan of Mandalorian warriors who, as a tribute to Morrison’s portrayal of Mandalorians Jango and Boba Fett, were all given noticeable New Zealand accents.
He has appeared in supporting roles in Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997) and The Beautiful Country (2004). In 2005, Morrison became the host of the talk show The Tem Show on New Zealand television.
In the 1996 Queen’s Birthday Honours, Morrison was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to drama.
In 1994, he received attention for his role as the violent and abusive Māori husband Jake “The Muss” Heke in Once Were Warriors, a film adaptation of Alan Duff’s novel of the same name. The film became the most successful local title released in New Zealand, and sold to many countries overseas. The role won him international acclaim and he received the award for best male performance in a dramatic role at the 1994 New Zealand Film and Television Awards. He reprised the role in the sequel, What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?, for which he received the Best Actor award from the New Zealand Film Awards. Despite the acclaim he received for his performance, Morrison said in 2010 that he felt typecast by the role, to the point that it was “a millstone round my neck”.
Morrison was born in the town of Rotorua, in the North Island of New Zealand. He is the son of Hana Morrison (née Stafford), and musician Laurie Morrison. He is of Māori, as well as Scottish and Irish, descent. His sister was performer Taini Morrison and his uncle was musician Sir. His secondary education took place at Wesley College, Auckland, and Western Heights High School, Rotorua. Morrison lives in New Zealand, and divides his time between filming there, Australia, and the United States. He has an adult son, James, from a relationship in the late-1980s with singer from the all-girl group When the Cat’s Away; and a daughter, Aiorangi, with Peata Melbourne. Morrison’s partner of seven years, Ashlee Howden-Sadlier, is 26 years his junior, and is of Tūhoe and Ngāti Porou descent.
His first role was Rangi in the 1973 film Rangi’s Catch. He trained in drama under the New Zealand Special Performing Arts Training Scheme. One of his earliest starring roles was in the 1988 film Never Say Die, opposite. After this he played Dr. Hone Ropata on the television soap opera Shortland Street from 1992–1995; he was immortalised when another character rebuked him with the line “You’re not in Guatemala now, Dr. Ropata!”
Temuera Derek Morrison MNZM (born 26 December 1960) is a New Zealand actor who first gained recognition for his role as Dr. Hone Ropata on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. He gained critical acclaim after starring as Jake “The Muss” Heke in the 1994 film Once Were Warriors and its 1999 sequel What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?.