How old is Russell Tovey and what has he been in? – The Sun

How old is Russell Tovey and what has he been in? – The Sun


RUSSELL Tovey has become a familiar face on the TV over recent years.

The star of ITV drama The Sister, 38, has had an illustrious career so far.

Who is Russell Tovey?

Russell is an English actor who is best known for playing the role of werewolf George Sands in the BBC's supernatural drama Being Human.

He also played Rudge in both the stage and film versions of The History Boys and Steve in the BBC Three sitcom Him & Her.

He appeared as Henry Knight on BBC shows Sherlock and The Job Lot, as well as playing Harry Doyle in US TV show Quantico.

He voiced The Ray in Freedom Fighters: The Ray and played the titular role in Shane The Chef.

In 2019 he was on our screens as Daniel Lyons in Years And Years.

The 38-year-old, who was born on November 14, 1981, even made an appearance on the celebrity version on The Great British Bake Off.

The show was in aid of Stand Up To Cancer, but unfortunately Michelle Keegan pipped Russell to Star Baker.

In 2020 Russell has been on our screens in sinister thriller Flesh And Blood as well as ITV's The Sister.

Is Russell engaged?

In June 2018 Russell broke up with his partner Steve Brockman just four months after their engagement.

The actor spoke to fans about the shock break-up via his Instagram account.

In August 2019, Attitude mag suggested that the couple had reunited after Tovey shared a snap of their dogs together.

The following month Brockman posted a pic of the two of them lounging together and the pair are now engaged again.

Who did Russell play in Gavin & Stacey?

Russell was one of the lucky British actors to star in Gavin & Stacey.

In the show he played Gav and Smithy's mate Budgie.

He appeared in four episodes throughout all three series from 2007 to 2009.

What is Russell Tovey's net worth?

Russell started acting as a child and became professional at 11 years old.

He has a net worth of over £3million.

His success comes on the back of his first TV acting credit in CBBC drama Mud in 1004 where he starred alongside Brooke Kinsella and Russell Brand.

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