Robie Uniacke:
• Born in 1960 in Hertfordshire, England
• Estimated net worth of over $2 million
• Married to actress Lady Emma Howard in 1983, with whom he has a son
• Married to interior designer Rose Batstone, with whom he has three children
• Long-time partner of English actress Rosamund Pike, with whom he has two sons

Who is Robie Uniacke?

Robie Patrick Maxwell Uniacke was born in October 1960, in Hertfordshire, England; the actual date of his birth is unknown. He is a 60-year-old businessman and mathematical researcher, but probably best recognized for being the long-time partner of English actress Rosamund Pike.

How rich is she, as of now? Robie Uniacke Net Worth

As of early 2021, Robie Uniacke’s net worth is over estimated at over $2 million,acquired through his successful involvement in the business industry. Moreover, he probably shares the wealth of his famous long-time partner Rosamund Pike, who has a reputed fortune of over $9 million.

Early Life, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education

Robie Uniacke spent his early years Windsor, Berkshire, England, raised by his father, Robie David Corbett Uniacke, and his mother, Jeniffer Sally Cunningham.

He has three siblings named Caspar John, Camilla Alexander, and Kate Uniacke. He holds British nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Regarding his educational background, Robie attended a local high school in Windsor, and upon matriculation enrolled into the prestigious Eton College, from which he graduated with a degree in Mathematics in 1983. He is a Sinophile, and speaks fluent Mandarin.

Professional Career and Controversy

Following his graduation, Robie Uniacke started pursuing his career in the business industry. Little is known about his business endeavors except that he was in charge of three different companies back in 2008. Two years later, he founded his own IT consultancy company, called Pale Fire Ltd, serving on the board of directors until 2016 when it went bankrupt. Following a number of investigations into the collapse of the company, it was revealed that Robie withdrew more than a half of the company’s money for his personal use.

Moreover, he didn’t pay taxes of almost £180,000 to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). He pleaded guilty and was eventually disqualified as a company boss for four years.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

The mathematical researcher has short light brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m), and his weight is around 140lbs (65kgs) with a slim body, shoe size 10 (US).

Personal Life and Relationships

In 1983, Robie Uniacke tied the knot with actress Lady Emma Howard, better known for being the daughter of the late Charles Howard, 12th Earl of Carlisle. In the following year, the couple welcomed their only child, a son named Robie Jonjo. It didn’t take long until their marriage started to fall apart, since both of them were heroin addicts, who had to go to rehabilitation. Their divorce was finalized in 1988.

Shortly afterwards, Robie married interior designer Rose Batstone.

They welcomed three children together – a son named Hector, and two daughters named Olive and Florence. His daughter Olive came to the spotlight as a close friend of “Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe. Their marriage was short-lived, but the reason for their divorce remains unknown.

In late 2009, Robie Uniacke became romantically involved with “Gone Girl” star Rosamund Pike. They have now been together for more than a decade, and have welcomed two sons. She gave birth to their first son named Solo on 6 May 2012, while their second son named Atom was born on 2 December 2014. The couple is in no harry to marry. Their current residence is in Islington, north London.

Who is his long-time girlfriend? Rosamund Pike Short Wiki/Bio

Rosamund Mary Ellen Pike was born on 27 January 1979 under the zodiac sign of Aquarius, in Hammersmith, London, England, the only child of renowned opera singers Julian Pike and Caroline Friends.

She went to the private Badminton School in Bristol, and while there performed as Juliet in the National Youth Theatre production of “Romeo And Juliet”. Upon matriculation, Rosamund enrolled into Wadham College, Oxford, from which she graduated with an Upper Second-class honours degree in English Literature in 2001. Concurrently, she performed in such plays as Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons”, David Hare’s “Skylight”, and directed Simon Chesterman’s play “Everything Before the ‘But’ Is a Lie”.

Career Beginnings

According to her IMDB profile, Rosamund Pike made her television debut in 1998, as Celia in the BBC adaptation of Angela Lambert’s novel “A Rather English Marriage”. She then was cast as Lady Harriet Cumnor in the BBC four-part mini-series “Wives And Daughters” (1999), which was followed by her guest-starring appearance as Lucy, Barker’s P.A. in an episode of the ITV police procedural drama series “Trial & Retribution” (2000), and her portrayal of Fanny in the BBC three-part drama mini-series “Love In A Cold Climate” (2001).

Rise to Fame

In 2002, Rosamund Pike made her film debut as a Bond girl named Miranda Frost, in the spy film “Die Another Day”, next to Pierce Brosnan and Halle Berry. The role earned her enormous popularity, since the film was the highest-grossing James Bond film at the time. In addition, she made an appearance as herself in the documentary film “Bond Girls Are Forever”, after which she guest-starred as Sarah Beaumont in an episode of the ITV detective drama series “Foyle’s War”, also in 2002.

Two years later, she played Rose in the French-Israeli film “Promised Land”, directed by Amos Gitai, and starred in the role of Elizabeth Malet in Laurence Dunmore’s historical drama film “The Libertine”, alongside Johnny Depp and John Malkovich. For her role in the latter, Rosamund won the Best Performance by a Supporting Actor or Actress in a British Independent Film award at the 2005 British Independent Film Awards.

It was followed by her portrayals of Jane Bennet in the romantic drama film “Pride & Prejudice”, directed by Joe Wright and based on Jane Austen’s novel of the same title, and Dr. Samantha Grimm in the sci-fi action film “Doom”, both in 2005.

Continued Success

In 2007, Rosamund landed the roles of Nikki Gardner in the legal thriller film “Fracture”, along with Ryan Gosling and Anthony Hopkins, and Alex in the drama film “Fugitive Pieces”, directed by Jeremy Podeswa. She then played Olivia Wynn in the made-for-TV drama film “The Tower” (2008), and featured as Helen in the coming-of-age drama film “An Education” (2009). During the same year, she also starred in the role of Anna in the made-for-TV drama film “Freefall”, portrayed Maggie Greer in the sci-fi action film “Surrogates”, and narrated the documentary film “Yesterday We Were In America”.

Rosamund Pike

In 2010, she played Dedra in Christopher Landon’s satirical thriller film “Burning Palms”, portrayed Miriam Grant-Panofsky in the comedy-drama film “Barney’s Version”, and appeared as Lisa Hopkins in the film “Made In Dagenham”. In the same year, she also voiced Daisy in the adult animated puppet satirical comedy action film “Jackboots On Whitehall”, and Pussy Galore in the BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Ian Fleming’s novel “Goldfinger”.

Further Work

In 2011, Rosamund Pike was cast as Gudrun Brangwen in the BBC two-part drama film “Women In Love”, and took the role of Rochelle in the short drama film “The Organ Grinder’s Monkey”. Later that year, she played Kate Sumner in the box office success “Johnny English Reborn”, which is a sequel to the 2003 spy action comedy film “Johnny English” both starring Rowan Atkinson, and portrayed Jessica in the comedy film “The Big Year”.

In 2012, she landed the roles of Queen Andromeda in the action fantasy film “Wrath Of The Titans”, and Helen Rodin in the action thriller film “Jack Reacher”, opposite Tom Cruise. In the next year, Rosamund starred as Zoe Hughes in the mystery thriller film “The Devil You Know” and played Sam Chamberlain in the critically acclaimed sci-fi comedy film “The World’s End”.

Academy Award-nominated Actress

Rosamund remains constantly busy – in 2014 she appeared in such roles as Penny in the black comedy film “A Long Way Down”, Clara in the comedy-drama film “Hector And The Search For Happiness”, and Abi McLeod in another comedy-drama film, entitled “What We Did On Our Holiday”. In the same year, she also featured as Amy Elliott Dunne in David Fincher’s psychological thriller film “Gone Girl”, opposite Ben Affleck, which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.

In the following year, she played Miranda Wells in the psychological thriller film “Return To Sender”, and joined the cast of the British animated sci-fi TV show “Thunderbirds Are Go” (2015-2020), providing her voice to Lady Penelope and other characters. She portrayed Ruth Williams Khama in the 2016 biographical romantic drama film “A United Kingdom”, after which she landed the roles of Lina Heydrich in the biographical action-thriller film “The Man With The Iron Heart” and Rosalie Quaid in the revisionist Western film “Hostiles”, both in 2017.

Recent Projects

In 2018, Rosamund featured as Sandy Crowder in the political thriller film “Beirut”, Brigitte Kuhlmann in the action thriller film “Entebbe”, and Marie Colvin in the biographical drama film “A Private War”. In the same year, she also played The Woman in the short drama film “The Human Voice”, and voiced Black Rabbit of Inlé in the adventure fantasy mini-series “Watership Down”.

In 2019, she was cast as Louise in the SundanceTV comedy series “State Of The Union”, for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series, took the role of Wilcox in the crime thriller film “The Informer”, and featured as Marie Curie in the biographical drama film “Radioactive”.

Between 2019 and 2020, Rosamund lent her voice to Moominmamma in the Finnish-British animated family drama musical series “Moominvalley”, and narrated the Netflix animated comedy series “Archibald’s Next Big Thing”. Most recently, she voiced Duchess in an episode of the children’s animated series “Thomas & Friends”, narrated the CNN Original documentary series “The Windsors: A Royal Dynasty”, and landed the role of Marla Grayson in the black comedy thriller film “I Care A Lot”, all in 2020. She then won the main role of Moiraine Damodred in the Prime Video epic fantasy series “The Wheel Of Time” (2021).


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