Lee Ingleby Biography
|Date of Birth:||1976 , January-28|
|Age:||45 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Mother||Susan M. Hoggarth|
|Birth Place/City||Burnley, United Kingdom|
|Education||Accrington and Rossendale College|
|Albums||Hood: King's Command|
Lee Ingleby is a British film, television, and stage actor. He is best known for his role as Detective Sergeant John Bacchus in the BBC drama, Inspector George Gently. He rose to fame after appearing in the film, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. He portrayed Bob in the British version of the new computer-generated series Bob the Builder. He played the role of Paul Hughes, in a BBC drama, The A Word in 2016.
Early Life And Education Of Lee Ingleby
Ingleby was born Lee David Ingleby on January 28, 1976, in Burnley, Lancashire, England. He holds a British nationality belonging to the white ethnicity.
He was born to Gordon Ingleby and Susan M. Hoggarth and lived nearby Brierfield during his early days.
He attended Edge End High School, as did fellow John Simm. Both were taught by the same drama teacher who encouraged them into professional theatre. He then studied at Accrington and Rossendale College and moved to the drama school LAMDA in London.
Lee Ingleby's Career
Ingleby started his career playing a role as the young lead in a BBC miniseries, Nature Boy alongside Paul McGann in 2000. He has played as Smike in a 2001 television version of The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby.
Ingleby has made one-time appearances on several TV programs such as Hustle, Clocking Off, No Angels, Jonathan Creek, and The Bill. He had a small role in the Orlando Bloom vehicle, Haven in 2004. The movie premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2004.
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Ingleby was cast as Detective Sergeant John Bacchus in the BBC drama, Inspector George Gently in 2007. He has played a role as Stan Shunpike in the film, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. He was cast alongside famous actors such as Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman, Alan Rickman, Michael Gambon, David Thewlis, and Tom Felton.
Ingleby has made his appearance as Sean O'Neil in Jimmy McGovern's television drama series, The Street. The series successfully won the British Academy Television Award for Best Drama Series and RTS Television Award for Drama Series twice, in 2007 and 2008. It also won two International Emmy Awards in November 2007 for Best Drama and Best Actor (Jim Broadbent).
Ingleby had a recurring role as Mel's boyfriend, Dean in the second series of Early Doors. He also starred as George Mottershead in the 2014 BBC drama, "Our Zoo."
Lee Ingleby's Net Worth, Height, And Salary
Lee Ingleby's net worth is $1 million at present. He has earned a high amount of salary from an acting career. His best-grossing movie, Harry Potter earned about $800 million worldwide.
Besides, his other movies have also done well at the box office. He might have earned well as per his successful career. However, his net worth is still under review. He has an amazing height of 1.7 meters (5 feet 10 inches).
Lee Ingleby's Personal Life And Affairs
Ingleby's birth sign is Aquarius. He currently lives in Lancashire, England. He has been working as an actor for a long time. He earned huge popularity after working in the movies, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
Moving to his personal life, he is married but has not disclosed his married life to the public. Despite his popularity, he has kept his personal life low profile. He has not posted any pictures regarding his family life on his social accounts. He has not revealed the name of his wife yet.
Ingleby is active on Twitter and has huge fan followers on his account. He has been active on Twitter since July 2009. He has a huge number of fan followers on his Twitter account. He often uses his Instagram account but is not an active user of it.
Age, Body Measurements and Other Facts
- Age: As of 2019, Lee Ingleby is 43 years old.
- Birth Sign: Aquarius
- Height: He stands 5 feet 10 inches(1.7 m).
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