Colin Buchanan’s Net Worth, Height, Age, & Personal Info Wiki


Scottish actor and also a director Colin Buchanan is famous for his role as Detective Peter Pascoe in the BBC TV series “Dalziel and Pascoe,” which premiered in March 1996 and lasted until June 2007. Other films include “The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders” in 1996, and “A Touch of Frost” in 1992.

Colin was found by the Flying Emus and recruited to ABC Country, a branch of EMI Records. Galahs In The Gidgee earned him recognition as an outstanding singer-songwriter, and his stature has grown with succeeding albums. (1)

Colin Buchanan's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

Height 5 ft 11 in
1.8 m
Weight Not Available
Hair Color Not Available
Eye Color Not Available
Body Type Fit
Sexual Orientation Straight

Facts About Colin Buchanan

Nationality Scottish
Estimate Net Worth $630,000
Religion Not Available
Zodiac Sign Libra
Birthplace Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Birthday October 1966

Colin Buchanan's Net Worth

Colin Buchanan’s net worth is estimated to be $630,000 in 2021, while in 2020, he had a net worth of $600,000. (2) Colin’s primary source of income is his acting career.

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Colin Buchanan's Early Life

Colin Buchanan was born in October of the year 1966. However, the exact date of his birth was not publicized. Furthermore, his birth place was in Edinburgh, but he was raised in Dundee and now residing in Birmingham, where the movie “Dalziel and Pascoe” was shoot. (3) He is a big fan of Birmingham City FC.

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Additionally, it was not revealed whether Colin is related to “Cobra Kai” and “Designated Survivor” American actor Tanner Buchanan. Moreover, any additional information concerning the Scottish actor’s personal life is currently unavailable. Colin’s social media presence relies on Instagram to engage with his fans.

Colin Buchanan's Education

Colin Buchanan graduated from Drama Centre London.

Colin Buchanan's Husband/Girlfriend and Family Life

Colin Buchanan is married to his ex-wife, named Kim Buchanan. They also have kids named Kira Buchanan and Maya Buchanan.

Colin Buchanan's Career

After Colin graduated in 1991. Colin experienced to worked as a carpenter, and a delivery man, then sang in a couple of bands before becoming an actor. Three years later, in 1994, Colin made his television debut as Constable Austin in three episodes of the detective series “A Touch of Frost.” In 1996, he was on our screens for 12 years as one half of the crime-fighting pair “Dalziel and Pascoe” in the hit BBC1 drama. However, when the program ended in 2007, Colin vanished, revealing that he was still on sabbatical, taking time off. (4)

He does, however, take on the occasional acting role, and he makes his theatrical debut in his chosen hometown, appearing in “Dangerous Corner at the Birmingham Rep.” Colin has also starred in the comic drama television show “All Quiet on the Preston Front,” which was later renamed Preston Front. Other TV shows included are “The Bill,” “Between the Lines,” “Dangerfield, Heartbeat,” “Space Island One,” and “Brief Encounters.”

Colin had a supporting role in the feature film “Red Hot” in 1993, co-starring Donald Sutherland and Balthazar Getty, a starring role in “Witness Against Hitler” in 1995, and appeared as Mark Easterbrook in “Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse” in 1996. In “The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders,” Colin portrayed the aristocratic seducer of Moll in 1996. He also appeared in “Catherine Cookson’s The Secret” as Freddie Musgrave in 1999. He co-starred in the CBC television film “Diverted” in 2009. (5)

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