Colin Blumenau is a rising British writer, actor, and theatre director who is known for appearing as Francis “Taffy” Edwards in the television series, The Bill. He appeared in the series for more than 150 episodes.
Colin was born on 7th August 1956, and is 64 years old, as of 2020. He was born in London, the United Kingdom, and belongs to British nationality. His ethnicity is white.
The name of his father is Tom Blumenau, and his mother is Eva Blumenau. His parents are the founder of members of Amnesty International.
Professional Career; Writer, Actor, And Theatre Director
During early career, Colin started his career as an actor and came into the spotlight for portraying the character of Francis “Taffy” Edwards in the television series, The Bill. He worked in around 150 episodes in the series.
In 1991, Colin became the artistic director of The Angels Theatre and served in the position for two years. He then joined The Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre from 1993 to 1996.
From 1996 to 2012, Colin became Artistic Director of Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds. Since 2012, he started a freelance career working as the Artistic Director of The Production Exchange. He is a writer for stage and pantomime scripts.
How Much Is His Net Worth?
Working as a director, actor, and writer, Colin has been earning a decent figure of money. Though his net worth is not revealed in the media, some gossipmongers reported that his worth is around $600 thousand.
How Is His Married Life Going On?
The 5 feet 8 inches tall actor enjoys a healthy marital life with wife, Debbie O’Brien. The pair, after dating for a while, tied the knot on 25th July 1982. Since then, the couple enjoys 38 years long marital life without any divorce issues.
Together, the duo has three children together. The name of his sons is Dan, Jack, and Harry. His son Dan is an agent, Jack is an actor, whereas Harry is a casting director.
by ab-krijana, 13 Sep, 2020