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Neil Fingleton was an English actor and basketball player. He was best known for his role as Mag the Mighty in the HBO series Game of Thrones. He was also the tallest man in the United Kingdom, measuring 7 feet 7 inches (2.31 m). Fingleton was born in Durham, England, on 18 February 1980. He attended Durham School and then the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he played college basketball. He then went on to play professionally in the United States, Spain, Italy, Greece, China, and England. Fingleton's acting career began in 2006, when he appeared in the film X-Men: The Last Stand. He went on to appear in a number of films and television shows, including Doctor Who, 47 Ronin, and Jupiter Ascending. Fingleton died on 25 February 2017, at the age of 37. He was survived by his parents, two brothers, and a sister. At the time of his death, Fingleton's net worth was estimated to be around $1 million. He had earned his wealth through his acting and basketball careers.
|37 years old
|18 February, 1980
|Date of death
|February 25, 2017
|Gilesgate, Durham, England
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Neil Fingleton Height, Weight & Measurements
At 37 years old, Neil Fingleton height is 7′ 8″ and Weight 168 kg.
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Neil Fingleton Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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Fingleton died on 25 February 2017, aged 37, at his home in Gilesgate. The cause of death has been reported by British media as heart failure. He is survived by his mother and his two siblings. His funeral was held at Durham Cathedral on 17 March.
Fingleton appeared in a two-part serial written by Toby Whithouse for the 9th series of Doctor Who, filming in January 2015 in Cardiff. He played the villain "The Fisher King", an alien warlord. The series was transmitted in autumn 2015.
He appeared in the film 47 Ronin, starring Keanu Reeves. From 2014 to 2017 Fingleton played the giant Mag the Mighty in the TV series Game of Thrones. He also appeared in the 2015 film Jupiter Ascending, starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis. He played Russian General's Bodyguard 1 in the Fox Studios film X-Men: First Class, and he provided the motion capture for the CGI character Ultron (which was voiced by James Spader) in the Marvel Studios film Avengers: Age of Ultron.
I am one of three siblings – my sister who is 6'3" is the eldest at 30, my brother is 6'8" who is 29 and I am 7'7" at 26 ... my mother is 6 foot and my father was also. My great grandfather was 6'8". I have always been taller than everyone since I can remember. My height really took off when I reached 11 and was touching 7 foot. By the time I was 16 I was 7'5" and stopping growing at 18 when I was 7'7.56.
I have never been self conscious about my height. I am more conscious of going bald so that should tell you. I never let my height play a negative part in my life. I always do what I want, some tall people may be restricted as they are constantly stared at or people ask the same questions over and over. This is the only bad thing about being tall – the stupid remarks and questions. Other than that, being tall is great.
This title has been confirmed by the Guinness World Records in the summer of 2007; Fingleton took over from Christopher Greener who stood at 7 ft 6 ¼ in (229.2 cm) in height.
Two 2007 British TV documentaries, Britain's Tallest Men and Superhuman: Giants featured Fingleton and covered the difficulties and constant attention, quite often considerable rudeness, that he faces day to day.
Fingleton debuted professionally in the 2004–2005 season with the Boston Frenzy of the ABA. The Frenzy waived Fingleton in December 2004. In the 2005 NBA Development League Draft, the Austin Toros selected Fingleton as the eighth pick in the fifth round. On 6 December 2005, Fingleton started playing with the English Basketball League team Tees Valley Mohawks. In November 2006, Fingleton signed with Spanish team CB Illescas and later with Ciudad Real. After an injury forced him to retire in 2007, he returned to his home city of Durham to pursue a career in showbusiness.
I have been doing acting work since my basketball career finished. I spent eight years in the USA attending High School and College. I graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 2004 with a degree in History. I have played professionally in Greece, Italy, Spain. Now I am concentrating on acting and trying to move to LA soon to jump in with both feet so to speak.
Fingleton was awarded a basketball scholarship to the United States first playing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and later at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. In August 2000, Fingleton had back surgery and then earned a medical redshirt from North Carolina. Fingleton played only one game with North Carolina then transferred to Holy Cross in 2002. Fingleton graduated from Holy Cross in 2004 with a degree in history.
Neil Fingleton (18 February 1980 – 25 February 2017) was an English actor and basketball player. He was the tallest British-born man and the tallest man in the European Union at 7 ft 7.56 in (232.6 cm) in height and among the 25 tallest men in the world.
Fingleton was born in Durham, England, in 1980, to mother Christine and father Michael. He had an older brother, Michael, and an older sister, Keely. Fingleton decided to attend high school in the United States after attending a basketball camp in Connecticut when he was 16. In 1997, Fingleton moved from Durham to Worcester, Massachusetts, and began attending Holy Name Central Catholic High School, graduating in 2000. Fingleton's coach was J. P. Ricciardi, who would later become general manager of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team. Fingleton helped the Holy Name basketball team to the Central Massachusetts Division I title and a berth in the Massachusetts final game in 1999, and a 22–4 record in 2000.