Multi-talented English actor, director, screenwriter, novelist, and politician, Julian Fellowes has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Born in Cairo, Egypt in August 1949. Fellowes has worked as a Conservative member of the House of Lords after landing the role back in 2011. He was initially featured in the television series Churchill’s People in 1975 and in 1987 he played Brother Hugo character in the TV series Knights of God. From 2000 to 2005 he appeared in the series Monarch of the Glen, starring as Kilwillie. He has also starred in the movies The Haunting of Julia, Priest of Love, Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend, Damage, Shadowlands, Sherwood’s Travels, Jane Eyre, Savage Hearts, Regeneration, Tomorrow Never Dies, Place Vendome, and Shergar. As a writer Fellowes wrote for the TV Mini-series Little Lord Fauntleroy in 1995 and The Prince and the Pauper a year later. He wrote and produced the television series Downton Abbey which he wrote for and worked as executive producer from 2010 to 2014. In 2002 he claimed an Academy Award for Gosford Park and also a Golden Globe Award ten years later, while adding two Primetime Emmy Awards in 2011 for Downton Abbey to his name.