Marton Csokas is a New Zealand actor who has starred in films and television shows all over the world, sometimes playing sympathetic characters and more often playing villains.
In the Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, he played Lord Celeborn.
Marton’s Career & Net Worth:
Marton made his acting debut as Terry Mercer in the drama Shark in the Parks. He went on to star in the love drama Broken English.
Since then, he has appeared in Xena: Warrior Princess, The Lord of the Rings, Kingdom of Heaven, Kangaroo Jack, The Bourne Supremacy, and on Flux, among other programs.
(Source: IMDb)Marton became a well-known figure in the entertainment world after landing a number of significant roles.
In 2013, he starred as Jimmy Laszlo in the television series Rogue, and since then, he has appeared in dozens of TV shows and films. He is now working on The Luminaries, his latest upcoming project.
The actor has a net worth of $4 million as a result of his hard work and dedication.
Is Marton Csokas Married Or Gay?
When it comes to his personal life, Marton Csokas has only revealed his relationship with a French actress. He was once linked to Eva Green, a French actress.
Marton met Eva while filming Ridley Scott’s Crusades epic, Kingdom of Heaven, in which he played the imposing husband. The couple’s romance blossomed on set, and they began dating shortly after.
His partner once discussed their marriage in an interview. Eva stated that she had no idea whether Marton and Eva would marry. It’s unclear whether the couple ever married and declared themselves husband and wife.
Marton is currently believed to be single and not in a relationship with his partner. His lack of romantic involvement, on the other hand, has sparked various theories about his sexuality.
(Photo: ranker)The actor has never spoken about his sexuality, so it’s impossible to say whether he’s gay or not.
Marton Csokas Age, Family:
Marton Csokas was born on June 30, 1966, and was raised by his parents, Margaret Christine and Marton Csokas I.
Marton has dual citizenship, since he is a citizen of both New Zealand and Hungary.
Marton’s Hungarian father, a mechanical engineer, escaped Hungary during World War II, and his mother, who has English, Irish, and Danish ancestry, ping-ponged between Australia and New Zealand with Marton’s younger brother Robert as his restless father pursued work in a variety of locations.
Marton’s parents eventually split, and he stayed estranged from his father for several years. His father, on the other hand, was a skilled opera singer and a trapeze artist in the Hungarian Circus, and he acquired part of his acting abilities from him.
Marton has a passion for performing since he was a child and finally enrolled at Canterbury University in Christchurch, New Zealand. He was afterwards transferred to Te Kura Toi Whakaari o Aotearoa / New Zealand Drama School.
Mark, who stands at a towering 6 feet 114 inches (1.86 meters), has kept his weight in check with regular workouts and exercise.