Hollywood actor Michael Sheen has revealed how he sold his houses and gave the proceeds to charity as he declared himself to be a “not-for-profit” actor.
When funding for the £2million project fell through at the last moment, Sheen sold his own houses to bankroll it.
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After Sheen “came out the other side” he realised that his wealth and status could be used for all different kinds of ways.
In 2017 he set up the End High Cost Credit Alliance, which helps people find more affordable ways of borrowing money.
I didn’t just want to be a patron or a supportive voice, I wanted to actually do more than that.
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