Lee Ingleby is married, according to his Twitter account.
When he gave an interview to The Telegraph in 2017, British actor Lee Ingleby revealed that he had a girlfriend. But did he marry his partner, or did he marry someone else?
Continue reading to learn more about Ingleby’s private and professional life.
Lee Ingleby: Who Is He?
The actor is best known for his role as Stan Shunpike, a Knight Bus conductor in the 2004 Harry Potter film Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
In the children’s animated television show Bob, the Builder, he voiced the main character Bob. In the 2011 supernatural comedy-drama television series Being Human, he played Edgar Wyndham, a bloodthirsty vampire.
Aside from that, since 2016, he has played Paul Hughes, a father of an autistic child named Joe, in the BBC drama series The A Word.
He’s also appeared in the ITV drama series Innocent. In the second season, he will reprise his role as David Collins.
Is it true that he married his girlfriend?
In a 2017 interview with The Telegraph, Ingleby admitted to being in a relationship with a woman. He did not reveal his partner’s identity, claiming that his girlfriend prefers anonymity.
He told his fans that adopting a cat named Harry as a present for his girlfriend was the most romantic thing he had ever done.
His girlfriend, a cat lover, works in the city, and the two have been together for several years with “hopes to start a family one day,” he added.
He has remained tight-lipped about his partner since the interview, casting a pall over their current relationship.
But it appears that he wedded her and made her his wife. He is a married man, according to his Twitter bio.
On Twitter, there are hints about a wedding and a son.
Given the scarcity of information about the actor’s personal life, Twitter has a few untold details about him to share with the world.
On May 22, 2017, a Twitter user congratulated Ingleby on his wedding to his wife; however, no details about the wedding or his wife were shared on Twitter.
In other surprising developments, the actor has mentioned the name “John Simm” as his son in several tweets. Bob the Builder’s star wished John a happy birthday on July 12, 2012, and referred to him as a son.
On March 13, 2012, he asked his son to cheer up as well. He penned, “Keep your chin up, son; you’ll be back in no time. Greetings from your mother “.
Despite the fact that he has not verified his marriage or spoken about having a child, Ingleby’s Twitter posts reveal a lot about his personal life.
His Parents’ Only Child
Gordon Ingleby and Susan M Hoggarth, the gifted actor’s parents, were born on January 28, 1976, in Burnley, England. He is the family’s only son, however, he does have a sister named Donna.
He attended Edge End High School with fellow actor John Simm during his early years when he lived near Brierfield. Their skills were refined by the same drama teacher, who urged them to pursue careers in theater.
Ingleby, who stands at 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 meters), attended Accrington and Rossendale College before attending LAMDA in London to study drama.
At the age of 21, he made his on-screen debut.
Ingleby made his on-screen debut at the age of 21 in the 1997 television drama Soldier Soldier. His acting career took off in 2000 when he landed a key role in the BBC miniseries Nature Boy as David.
In the 2001 film adaptation of Nicholas Nickleby’s The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, he played Smike. Borstal Boy, a 2002 theatrical film, featured him as a bully.
In films such as Ever After and Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, he also played a variety of supporting roles. In 2006, the British actor participated in the BBC TV series The Street as the abusive spouse, Sean O’Neill, alongside English actress Christine Bottomley, adding to his evil acting credits.
The Headsman, Doghouse, Best Laid Plans, and Bob the Builder: Mega Machines are among his other film credits.
He played Detective Sergeant John Bacchus on the crime drama series Inspector George Gently from 2007 to 2017. Our Zoo, The Five, and Line of Duty are among his notable contributions to the series.
Ingleby is still active on the stage when he is not working in movies or television.
He carries Puck’s credits in Midsummer Night’s Dream, Alexander in Nicholas Wright’s Cressida, and Katurian in Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman.
He even supplied spoken word narration on the progressive rock album Please Come Home, released by British musician John Mitchell under the project name ‘Lonely Robot’ in 2015.