Jonathan Bailey is a British actor who has appeared in the British television series Leonardo (2011) as Leonardo da Vinci, Broadchurch (2013) as Olly Stevens, Doctor Who (2014) as Psi, W1A (2014-17) as Jack Patterson, and Crashing (2016) as “Sam.” He’s also known for playing the lead in the plays King Lear and Company.
Jonathan Bailey Bio
Jonathan Bailey was born in Benton, Oxfordshire, England. He was born on April 25, 1988. He is 32 years old. In April 2021, he will be 33 years old. Jonathan went to the nearby C of E Primary School which is situated in Benton.
|Full name||Jonathan Bailey|
|Date of birth||April 25, 1998|
|Age||32 years old|
|Birth Place||Benton, Oxfordshire, England|
|Net Worth||Approximately $1.5 million|
Jonathan Bailey Career
Film and television
In 1997, he made his television debut as Ben Devilish in the BBC series Bright Hair. Jonathan made his film debut in the role of “Cyril” in “5 Children and It” in 2004. He has appeared in a number of British films, including Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007), Permanent Vacation (2009), Testament for Youth (2014), and The Mercy (2018). He made his American film debut as ‘Herod’ in The Young Messiah in 2016. Bailey was signed for the role of Leonardo da Vinci in the BBC series Leonardo in 2011. Then, he went on to play opposite Sarah Alexander in the BBC comedy Me and Mrs. Jones in 2012.
He made an appearance in the Doctor Who series 8 episode “Time Heist” in September 2014. In the ITV series Broadchurch, Bailey played reporter Olly Stevens. He also played Jack Patterson in the BBC Two comedy W1A, in which he appeared in all three series. He also had lead roles in Crashing and a cameo appearance in Chewing Gum. In 2019, he was cast as the Viscount Anthony Bridgerton in the Netflix period drama series Bridgerton, which was produced by Shonda Rhimes.
Baddiel’s Syndrome (2001), Doctors (2007), Campus (2011), Leonardo (2011), Me and Mrs. Jones (2012), Broadchurch (2013), Doctor Who (2014), W1A (2014-17), Hooten & the Lady (2016), Crashing (2016), and Chewing Gum (2017) are just a few of the British TV series in which he has appeared. In 2018, he made his web debut as ‘Lance Miller’ in the Amazon Prime American series Jack Ryan. In 2020, he was cast in the Netflix series Bridgerton as “Anthony Bridgerton.”
Jonathan has appeared in a number of radio shows, including The Forsytes (2016), Deliverers (2016), Just One Damned Thing After Another (2017), and Home Front (2017). (2018). He also did voice work for the video games Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture (2015), Squadron 42 (2017), Final Fantasy XIV: Storm blood (2018), and Final Fantasy XIV: Shadow bringers (2018). (2019).
Jonathan started acting at a young age, appearing in ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the Barbican Centre in London when he was seven years old. In the play Les Miserables, he played the role of Gavroche in 1997.
King John (2003), Beautiful Thing (2006), Girl with a Pearl Earring (2008), South Downs (2011), Othello (2013), King Lear (2017), and Company (2018-2019) are only a few of the musicals and plays in which he has appeared.
Bailey was nominated at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2012 for the Outstanding Newcomer Award for his role in David Hare’s South Downs. In 2013, he co-starred with Matt Smith in the musical American Psycho at London’s Almeida Theatre as Tim Price. Bailey starred in King Lear at the ChiChester Festival Theatre in 2017, alongside Ian McKellen, Sinéad Cusack, and Dervla Kirwan. Bailey was cast as Jamie in the second West End revival of Company in 2018. Bailey received the 2019 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical for his performance.
Jonathan Bailey Personal life
Jonathan Bailey is a lesbian. In interviews with The New York Times and Attitude magazine, he discussed his experiences as a gay actor.
Jonathan Bailey Social media
Jonathan is active on Instagram with an account, jbayleaf with 874k followers. He is not active on Twitter. He is also not active on Facebook.
Jonathan Bailey Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Jonathan Bailey is around $1.5 million as of 2021.