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Full NameJosh O'Connor
First NameJosh
Last NameO'Connor
Birth NameJosh O'Connor
ProfessionActor
NationalityBritish
EthnicityWhite
Birth CityHampshire
Birth CountryUnited Kingdom
Gender IdentityMale
Sexual OrientationStraight
HoroscopeTaurus
Marital StatusSingle
AwardsBritish Independent Film Awards,Empire Awards
FilmographyThe Peaky Blinders,The Crown,God's Own Country
EducationBristol Old Vic Theatre School
ReligionChristian
Height185 cm
Twitter Profile
Insta Profile
Date of BirthMay 20,1990
Age29 years
Networth
Year2019
Amount$100k - $ 1 million
Currencyusd

29-years-old Josh O'Connor is an English actor who won an award for Best Actor in British Independent Film Awards (2017) for playing the character Johnny Saxby in God's Own Country. He is also popular for portraying James in Peaky Blinders, starring Cillian Murphy.

He has also appeared in films like Cinderella,  Florence Foster Jenkins, The Riot Club, Hide and Seek, and The Eschatrilogy: Book of the Dead.

Josh O'Connor's Net Worth: $100k - $ 1 million

The Empire Awards winning actor's net worth has been calculated but looking at the movies and TV shows that he has been on since 2012, it has been estimated that Josh Connor's wealth may lie somewhere between $100k - $1 million.

Career

Connor made his career debut with the role of Charlie Stephenson in the TV sitcom Inspector Lewis. He then got to play a zombie in The Eschatrilogy: Book of the Dead.

English actor, Josh O'Connor as Prince Charles
Caption: Josh O'Connor as Prince Charles in the TV series, The Crown

Image Source: TV Line

His first major role came as James in Peaky Blinders where he acted alongside Helen McCrory, Tom Hardy, and Paul Anderson. In the series, he plays the role of homosexual who Thomas Shelby mistakes to be his sister Ada Shelby's lover.

Besides that he has also acted as Lawrence Durrell in The Durrells in Corfu, as Marius Pontmercy in Masterpiece PBS, and as Prince Charles in The Crown, starring Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter.

In films he has acted in Cinderella, starring Cate Blanchett, The Program,  Florence Foster Jenkins, and God's Own Country, to name some.

Josh's Short Bio- Gay Rumors

He was born on 20th May 1990 in Southampton, Hampshire, in England to English parents. Josh is of British nationality and his ethnicity is white.

There is no information regarding his education but he studied acting at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School from where he graduated in 2011.

29-years-old Josh hasn't been married and is currently single but has been in relation to Hannah Murray.

Gay Rumors

After portraying the gay character Johnny Saxby in God's Own Country, rumors went off that Josh may be gay. When asked regarding his sexual orientation, he confessed that he was in a relationship with a Johnny alike character in real life.

Josh O'Connor as John Saxby in God's Own Country
Caption: Josh O'Connor as John Saxby in God's Own Country with his partner Gheorghe Ionescu played by Alec Sec─âreanu

Image Source: Move Able Fest

He also plays a homosexual in the Netflix series, Peaky Blinders. But the actor hasn't been spotted with any of his boyfriends to date, so the rumors of him being gay might be false.

 

Updated On Tue Nov 19 2019 Published On Mon Nov 18 2019 By BluePrince

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