Russell Tovey

Facts about Russell Tovey

Date of Birth November 14, 1981
Age 38
Birthplace Essex, England, UK
Zodiac Scorpio
Nationality British
Ethnicity British
Profession Actor
BEST KNOWN FOR….
Russell Tovey is a British actor who gained a lot of popularity for his role as George Sands in the BBC’s drama, Being Human. At the moment, the stars in the drama-thriller series Quantico as Harry Doyle on the ABC network.
FAMILY, CHILDHOOD, AND EDUCATION
Father George Tovey. He runs a coach service in Essex.
Mother Carole Haynes.
Sibling Daniel
Childhood He spent his childhood in  Billericay, Essex. He showed a keen interest in collecting various things. Also, he wanted to be a history teacher but, later was more into acting as he grew up.
EDUCATION
He attended Harold Court School and Shenfield High School.
CAREER
Russell Tovey started his career as a child actor by joining a local drama club. There he participated in various dramas and stage acting. After that, he made his TV series debut in Mud, a children’s series airing on CBBC. He was involved in lots of roles in plays and TV series.
Later, he appeared in British crime drama Sherlock as Henry Knight. After a lot of small roles in varied fields. He finally landed a career turning role in series named Quantico in the role of Harry Doyle as a season regular.
AWARDS
He has not won any awards to date.
RELATIONSHIP, CHILDREN, AND PERSONAL LIFE
Relationship Status Engaged
Partners name Steve Brockman
Previous relationship None
Children None
He turned out to be gay during his adolescent years. This caused some friction within his family but, later mended the relationship.  At the moment, he is living a happy and prosperous life with a fantastic career and Steve Brockman, a rugby player.
NET WORTH AND SALARY
Net worth No reliable source
Salary No reliable source
HEIGHT, WEIGHT AND BODY MEASUREMENTS
Height 5 feet and 9 inches
Weight
Hair Black
Eyes Black
SOCIAL MEDIA
Platform Followers (As of May 2018) Link
Facebook 114.3k     Here
Twitter 255k     Here
Instagram 422.1k        Here