Jonathan Bailey, a British actor, broke the hearts of his LGBT followers when he made overt suggestions on social media platforms about an affair with his mysterious lover. Jonathan Bailey is recognized for his appearances in the ITV dramas Broadchurch, W1A, and Leonardo, as well as the BBC’s Doctor Who and the Channel 4 comedy Campus.

Jonathan Bailey voiced the character Rhys Shipley in the computer game Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, released in 2015.

Jonathan Bailey’s Bio, Age, Height, and Acting Experience

Jonathan Bailey was born on April 25, 1988, in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, to three older sisters. When he was five years old, the 30-year-old actor saw Jonathan Pryce in Oliver, which aroused his interest in the theater.

Jonathan’s first captive audience were his sisters, and despite his parents’ lack of theatre experience, Jonathan’s first night as Tiny Tim enticed them to become his proud audience. His parents were incredibly supportive of him and dropped him off at Clapham rehearsals.

The 5 feet 11 inch (1.8 m) actor eventually made the transition from theater to film, landing the role of Leonardo da Vinci in the BBC series Leonardo in 2011. Soon after, he co-starred in the BBC comedy Me and Mrs. Jones with Sarah Alexander.

In 2012, his performance in David Hare’s South Downs earned him a nomination for the Evening Standard Theatre Awards’ Outstanding Newcomer Award.

Jonathan starred alongside Matt Smith as Tim Price in American Psycho in 2013 and as Psi in Doctor Who episode 8 in September 2014. Jonathan had a recurrent role in W1A after landing the role of reporter Olly Stevens in Broadchurch. In 2017, he co-starred in King Lear with Ian McKellen, Sinéad Cusack, and Dervla Kirwan at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

Jonathan Bailey’s net worth is estimated to be in the millions of dollars

Jonathan’s net worth is unknown, despite the fact that he has been in a number of films and television series. According to sources, the average pay of a film and stage actor in the United Kingdom is £30,000, thus Jonathan undoubtedly earns more than that.

He’s also done voice-overs in two video games, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture in 2015 and Squadron 42 in 2017, for which he may have been compensated well. Jonathan’s net worth is estimated to be in the millions of dollars.


Jonathan Bailey is not gay, and an anonymous woman contributes to the spread of gay rumors

Jonathan is a huge supporter of homosexual people and their rights, and he routinely expresses his support on social media. In addition, in 1999, he acted in the play Certain Young Men, in which he is romantically linked with another man.

As much as Jonathan supports LGBT rights, his family is as supportive, and they are not hesitant to join in Pride Month festivities.

Jonathan hasn’t shied away from playing gay roles in theaters, as evidenced by his performance as John in The York Realist, in which he had an affair with Ben Batt, who plays George.

While there have been wild rumors about Jonathan’s sexual preference, he has not verified whether or not he is gay. Furthermore, the numerous photos he posts with an unnamed woman do little to help the rumors spread.

Jonathan and an Astoundingly Possible Girlfriend

Jonathan’s mystery affair is complicated by the fact that there isn’t much love history behind him. However, a photo he posted of him embracing a woman without hesitation spiraled his dating status.

Another photo, in which the two were holding his niece and the caption claimed that they were aunt and uncle, revealed more about his romantic relationship with the woman. Aside from that, Jonathan hasn’t revealed much about his rumored girlfriend’s name and has only shared a few photos with her on Instagram.

If the two are truly dating, Jonathan will undoubtedly reveal his relationship sooner or later.


By Meera