INSPECTOR Morse got a whole lot younger and a splash more dashing when Shaun Evans signed up to Endeavour.
The Liverpool-born star has enjoyed an incredible career since his rise to fame.
Who is Shaun Evans?
Shaun Evans is an English actor born in Liverpool on March 6, 1980.
His heritage lies in Northern Ireland and both his parents worked as he grew up, his father as a taxi driver and his mother as a health care worker at a hospital.
After finishing high school, Shaun moved to London to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
He dated Andrea Corr for four years after they met on the set of The Boys From County Clare but they separated in 2017.
What has Shaun Evans starred in?
Shaun’s big break came in the form of Channel 4 comedy Teachers where he played the gay French teacher John Paul Keating.
This role helped him break into the limelight and he made his feature film debut a year later in The Boys From County Clare.
Although he is best known for his television roles, he has starred in a number of movies including Being Julia, Cashback, Gone and horror film Dread.
His television career has seen him play a huge range of roles including Kurt Cobain in Kurt and Sid.
Shaun has also had starring roles in Silk, The Virgin Queen, Ashes to Ashes and The Last Weekend.
What is Shaun Evans’ net worth?
All these projects have allowed Shaun to accumulate an impressive fortune.
At the young age of 41, the actor has a net worth of $3 million, equivalent to £2,157,825.
Best known for slipping into the shoes of a young Inspector Morse, he will reprise his role in the show’s eighth series.
Actors and camera crews have returned to the filming locations frequently seen on the small screen, in Oxford.