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His mother was a model and actress and his father were a medical doctor.Kingsley was raised in Pendlebury, near Manchester along with his parents. Later he joined the University of Salford and he also studied at Pendleton College.

After divorce with his first wife in 1976, Ben Kingsley married Alison Sutcliffe in 1978 and lived together until 1992. Currently, he is married to Brazilian actress Daniela Lavender, the couple married in 2007.This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.Ben Kingsley has four children, three sons Ferdinand Kingsley, Edmund Kingsley, Thomas Alexis Bhanji and a daughter Jasmin Bhanji.Kingsley currently lives in Spelsbury, United Kingdom.Personal Life: Ben Kingsley changed his name from Krishna Bhanji thinking that foreign name will hamper his career.

Kingsley’s relational status is married and his sexual orientation is straight.

Kingsley’s other major movie appearance includes House of Sand and Fog (2003), Shutter Island (2010), Iron Man 3 (2013) and many others.

Ben Kingsley has made his appearance in various television series, his major television appearances include Oxbridge Blues, Anne Frank: The Whole Story and Tut.

Net Worth: Ben Kingsley has a net worth of $40 million dollars and his salary is also estimated to be high.

Some commentators have wondered why Sir Ben Kingsley was cast a Sikh professor-turned-American cabbie in “Learning to Drive,” apparently unaware of his deep Indian heritage.

I very gently, ever so gently chatted away with him — nothing invasive, nothing assertive, and just by osmosis took in his attitude to life. I thought that was a wonderful gesture on the part of the Sikh community, as, tragically, the temple was invaded and people did die, in quite recent history, after being mistaken for terrorists.