Ron Donachie is the man who played the role of Ser Rodrik Cassel, a loyal servant to the House Stark and a master-at-arms at Winterfell, in the 1st two seasons of Game of Thrones. If you are in that minority group to not have seen Game of Thrones, chances are you might have seen him in The Jungle Book, Titanic, or Doctor Who.
In this article, we will talk about Ron Donachie’s wife, Fiona Biggar, their children, net worth, and more! Make sure you stick with us till the very end.
Meet Fiona Biggar, Ron Donachie Wife
Talking about Ron Donachie’s personal life, he married his wife Fiona Biggar on St. Patrick’s Day in 1989. On March 17, 2014, Ron even shared a picture of him and Fiona dancing during their wedding on Facebook.
Ron has not shared any details about his dating life nor does he keep his social media followers updated on his married life.
On March 23, 2019, the lovely couple celebrated their 30th anniversary. Ron uploaded a recent click of themselves and captioned it: ‘And that was Vienna. Thirty years, who’da thunkit?’
How Many Children Do Ron Donachie And His Wife, Fiona Biggar Share?
Game of Thrones actor Ron Donachie and his wife Fiona Biggar share two children between them. They are Naomi Porter and Daniel Portman.
Naomi considers themself a genderqueer and uses non-binary pronouns like they/them/their. They are a linguist by profession and are fluent in several languages including Chinese Mandarin, Russian, French, German, and of course English.
Naomi went to Shawlands Academy and did their high schooling from there. They did their MA Honors in Russian and German at the University of Glasgow. They also studied at Haerbin Normal University.
To talk about their job history, Naomi was a former translator at Amazon.com. Currently, they work as an international editor at Argot Magazine.
Ron and Fiona’s son Daniel Portman is already a popular actor and is best known for his role of loyal squire Podrick Payne in the TV show Game of Thrones. For education, Daniel went to Shawlands Academy. He gained his HNC in acting from Reid Kerr College, Paisley.
At 16, Daniel was cast in the supernatural thriller, Outcast, in the role of Paul. Recently, in 2021, Daniel played the role of CPO Gary Walsh in the TV series Vigil.
From what we know, Daniel and his dad Ron share an amazing bond. Together they worked on a song called Stand Up for the Tartan in 2014.
What Else Do We Know About Ron Donachie Wife, Fiona Biggar?
Fiona Biggar’s sister and Ron Donachie’s sister-in-law, Trish Biggar, is a costume designer and an actress by profession. Her main works came in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and Perfect Sense as a costume designer.
Furthermore, Ron’s brother Stewart Porter is also an actor. He is best known for his performances in Valhalla Rising, Stone of Destiny, and Finney.
How Much Is Ron Donachie Wife Net Worth?
Fiona Biggar is a complementary therapist by profession. We don’t have any details of her jobs as of this writing.
Her net worth is estimated to be around £100 thousand in October 2021. On the other hand, Fiona’s husband Ron Donachie’s net worth is estimated to be around $15 million as of October 2021.
Who Is Ron Donachie?
Ron Donachie did his schooling at Madras College, St. Andrews. A passionate drama lover, Ron performed in three school plays, namely Taming of the Shrew, A Man For All Seasons, and Serjeant Musgrave’s Dance. From Glasgow University, Ron graduated with an MA Honors in English Literature and Drama.
After working as a navvy for a year, Ron joined John McGrath’s 7:84 theatre group for John Burrough’s “One Big Blow” in which he and other cast members mimicked a traditional colliery band by singing in six-part harmony.
Following its success, the cast members founded the acapella group named The Flying Pockets in 1982. However, Ron left the vocal group before their 1983 Christmas No 1 hit.
In 1983, Ron made both his film and TV debut. He began his film career with III Fares The Land, directed by Bill Bryden, and his TV career with Goodnight and God Bless.
Since then, Ron has gone on to play several supporting roles in movies and TV shows. Some of them are Titanic, Max Manus: Man of War, Game of Thrones, Filth, Tutti Frutti, Rebus, The Field of Blood, among others.
Even though Ron has been prolific in TV and movies, his leading roles in theatre and radio garnered many acclaims.