Bill Haydon Net Worth, Biography, Age, Weight, Height

March 10, 2018

Bill Haydon Net Worth

How rich is Bill Haydon? For this question we spent 25 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $69,8 Million.



Bill Haydon information Profession:Actor

Height, Weight

:How tall is Bill Haydon – 1,79m.
How much weight is Bill Haydon – 63kg


Bill Haydon Net Worth
Bill Haydon Net Worth
Bill Haydon Net Worth
Bill Haydon Net Worth


Bill Haydon is a fictional character created by John le Carr?, and is a major figure in le Carr?s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
Biography,Haydon was born around 1917, no specific year is given but he is known to have been an undergraduate at Oxford University in 1937. He comes from an aristocratic family with connections throughout British high society. A polymath of sorts with a brilliant and charming personality, he excels as a student, takes up remote languages with ease, and proves a gifted painter while at Oxford. He is identified for recruitment in the Circus (John le Carres lightly fictionalised version of MI6/SIS) by his tutor and acts in turn as a talent-spotter among his classmates, most noticeably Jim Prideaux with whom he forms an enduring friendship and possibly a homosexual relationship. In World War II, Haydon builds a superb record in Nazi-occupied Europe and the Middle East, such that he elicits comparisons with Lawrence of Arabia. Unbeknownst to the British, Haydon is also recruited as a Soviet agent around that time by Karla, Moscow Centres crafty and legendary spymaster.After the war, Haydon holds positions of increasing importance in the Circus, becomes its premier expert on the Soviet Union, and eventually rises to the senior staff of Control, the unnamed Chief of the Circus. In the early years of the Cold War, he limits his espionage activities to selected gifts of intelligence that advance the Soviet cause over the American one without harming British interests. The Suez crisis of 1956 convinces him that Britain has lost all influence as a world power and leads him to become a full-fledged Soviet mole with no holds barred. In 1961, he formally receives Soviet citizenship, then achieves the rank of Soviet intelligence colonel and is awarded further Soviet decorations over the next ten years.Control has come to suspect that there is a mole deep in the organization. By 1972, alone in this belief, he has ruled out all but his five senior lieutenants: Percy Alleline, Roy Bland, George Smiley, Toby Esterhase, and Haydon. To save his agent, Karla engineers the demise of Control and Smiley whom he reckons to be the most likely to unmask Haydon. Karla is aware of Smileys one personal weakness, his unreciprocated love for his wife Ann who is a habitual adulterer, and orders Haydon to have an affair with her to cloud Smileys judgment further. As Control is about to discover the truth, Karla lures him into ordering a doomed operation in Czechoslovakia to learn the identity of the mole from a (fake) Czech defector. Control picks Jim Prideaux for the operation and Haydon has no choice but to sacrifice his close friend to save himself. Prideaux is captured and reveals under duress the full extent of Controls knowledge of the mole to Karla before being repatriated to Britain and discharged from the Circus. Control is dismissed and dies soon afterwards, Smiley is forced into retirement, and Alleline becomes Chief. Haydon assumes control of London Station which he maneuvers into being placed in control of all foreign stations, effectively giving him unfettered access to intelligence and details of operations worldwide.In 1973, an indiscretion by a Soviet operative in Hong Kong confirms the existence of the mole to Oliver Lacon, the Civil Service overseer of the Circus in Whitehall. Smiley is recalled from retirement to investigate and ultimately unmasks Haydon after a tortuous, soul-searching quest. Under interrogation, Haydon reveals much of his secret past to Smiley and plans are set in motion to exchange Haydon for Western agents held in the Eastern Bloc but before this happens he is killed while still in Circus custody. It is strongly implied, though never stated, that the killer was Prideaux.


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