Richard Roxburgh Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Richard Roxburgh is a famous Australian entertainer wedded to his lovely spouse Silvia Rosa Colloca, who is likewise an entertainer. He is referred to for his job as Dracula in the 2004 exemplary beast film Van Helsing.

Albury local Richard has acquired recognition for his remarkable exhibitions on the stage in creations by the Sydney Theater Company and others. He has added to the Australian movies and TV series beginning around 1987.

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He as of late showed up in a 2022 true to life melodic dramatization film “Elvis,” depicting the personality of Vernon Presley. The biopic was coordinated by Baz Luhrman, who likewise co-composed the screenplay with Jeremy Doner, Craig Pearce, and Sam Bromell.

Meet Australian Actor Richard Roxburgh Wife Silvia Colloca Silvia Colloca is a staggering Italian-Australian entertainer and spouse of Van Helsing star Richard Roxburgh. Other than being an entertainer, Silvia is likewise a drama vocalist, TV cookery show character, and cookbook writer.

Born 23 January 1962 

Albury, New South Wales, Australia
Education Australian National University
National Institute of Dramatic Art
Occupation
  • Actor
  • writer
  • producer
  • director
Years active 1987–present

Born in Milan, Italy, girl of Loredana Colloca and Mario Colloca, Silvia’s just significant film job was in the 2004 activity gothic thriller “Van Helsing,” in which she depicted Verona, one of the ladies of Dracula.

In a similar film, Richard assumes the part of Dracula. As a matter of fact, the wonderful couple met interestingly on the arrangement of Van Helsing. Before long they experienced passionate feelings for one another and began dating, at last getting hitched in 2004.

Silvia is a drama prepared mezzo-soprano and has functioned as a melodic theater entertainer in Italy before turning into a notable film entertainer. Furthermore, she is likewise credited as a maker, essayist, and maker of her shows.


Richard Roxburgh And Wife Silvia Colloca Children – Miro, Luna And Raphael Roxburgh Richard Roxburgh and his wonderful spouse Silvia Colloca have three youngsters from their harmony. They began dating in the wake of meeting on the arrangement of Van Helsing, where Richard was assuming the part of Dracula, while Silvia was his lady of the hour.

Subsequent to dating for a surprisingly long time, the couple chose to trade their marital promises on 25 September 2004, at medieval palace of Montalto in Tuscany, Italy.

The pair invited their most memorable kid, child Raphael Jack Domenico Roxburgh, in 2007. Following three years, their subsequent youngster, child Miro Gianni David Roxburgh, was born in 2010.


The most youthful expansion to the family, their astounding little girl Luna Roxburgh was born in 2017, following 7 years of having their subsequent youngster. The blissful group of five is a glad inhabitant of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

More To Know About The Family Of Richard Roxburgh Born at the Mercy Hospital in Albury, Richard Roxburgh is the most youthful of six offspring of his folks, John Roxburgh (d. July 2011) and mary Roxburgh. His dad, John, was a bookkeeper by calling.

From a somewhat youthful age, Richard was dependably enthusiastic about acting, which drove him on playing Willy Loman in 1978 in the Albury High School creation of Death of a Salesman.

Growing up with his kin, Roxburgh went to the Australian National University in Canberra to concentrate on financial matters. There he inhabited Garran Hall and graduated in 1984 with a B.Ec.


In the wake of graduating, Richard was confessed to the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) following his subsequent tryout endeavor to seek after a lifelong in acting.

More To Know About The Family Of Richard Roxburgh Born at the Mercy Hospital in Albury, Richard Roxburgh is the most youthful of six offspring of his folks, John Roxburgh (d. July 2011) and mary Roxburgh. His dad, John, was a bookkeeper by calling.

From a moderately youthful age, Richard was consistently energetic about acting, which drove him on playing Willy Loman in 1978 in the Albury High School creation of Death of a Salesman.

Growing up with his kin, Roxburgh went to the Australian National University in Canberra to concentrate on financial matters. There he inhabited Garran Hall and graduated in 1984 with a B.Ec.

Subsequent to graduating, Richard was owned up to the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) following his subsequent tryout endeavor to seek after a lifelong in acting.