Robert Arthur Knox (21 August 1989 – 24 May 2008) also known as Rob Knox was a film actor with an unknown amount of salary and net worth. He has been appeared in movies and on television series till the date. He has been remembered for his characters of Marcus Bebly in the film Harry Potter and the Half- Blood Prince. Despite of being one of the most successful actors in industry, still his net worth has not mentioned in any particular site which could be easier for his readers and followers to know more about him in detail.
Apart from his date of birth and other childhood events, other information has yet to get updated for his readers who are searching information about him in detail on every succeeding day. Having studied at Beths Grammar School, Bexley, Knox began acting aged 11, gaining small roles in British television shows like The Bill, After You've Gone and Trust Me I'm a Teenager. His first cinematic appearance was as an extra in King Arthur (2004). Due to large track of information which is missing from getting well explained in front of his readers, it has been a difficult task for various sources to summarize anything in particular about him.
Talking about his career startup, In 2007, casting began for the role of Marcus Belby in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the film adaptation of British author J.K. Rowling's best-selling novel and the sixth instalment of the Harry Potter film series. Knox posthumously starred in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009).
Although his character does not appear in the seventh novel, Knox had signed on to reprise his role as Marcus in the final instalment of the Harry Potter film series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The film was divided into two parts for financial and scripting reasons; Part 1 was released in November 2010, with the second part in July 2011.
Knox died after being stabbed outside of a bar in Sidcup, Southeast London, in May 2008, when he intervened in a fight to protect his brother. His murder attracted widespread attention in the British press, and his assailant, Karl Norman Bishop, was subsequently sentenced to life imprisonment, with a minimum 20-year non-parole period. An annual film festival, the Rob Knox Film Festival, was created in Knox's name to commemorate him, by the Rob Knox Foundation which helps fund training for young local people in the arts.