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Rupert Penry-Jones

Facts of Rupert Penry-Jones

Date of Birth: 1970 , September-22
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Height: 6 Feet 2 Inch
Name Toccara Jones
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Dayton, Ohio, U.S.Dayton, Ohio, U.S.
Weight in KG 58 kg
Education Cass Technical High School
Profession Acting, Modelling
Net Worth $1.5 Million USD
Body Measurements 36F-28-38 (Bust-Waist-Hip)
Breast Size 36 in
Waist size 28 in
Hip Size 38 in
Neck Size 7
Shoe Size 9

Quick Timeline of Rupert Penry-Jones

1970 Born in London
1995 Began his acting career
2007 Married to Dervla Kirwan

Detail Timeline of Rupert Penry-Jones

September 22 , 1970

Born in London

Penry-Jones was born in London, to Welsh actor Peter Penry-Jones and English actress Angela Thorne. He was born to a middle class family of actors . Both his parents were artists in the entertainment business. 

1995

Began his acting career

In 1995 he appeared with his mother on television in Cold Comfort Farm. He made his London stage debut at the Hackney Empire theatre in 1995 playing Fortinbras to Ralph Fiennes's Hamlet in an Almeida production of Hamlet.

2007

Married to Dervla Kirwan

Penry-Jones married actress Dervla Kirwan in August 2007, following a three-year engagement. They met in a theatre production, Dangerous Corner, in 2001. They have two children, Peter and Florence. They have tied the knot and there is no sign of separation.

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Penry-Jones married actress Dervla Kirwan and made her his wife in August 2007 a, following a three-year engagement. They met in a theatre production, Dangerous Corner, in 2001. They have two children, Peter and Florence. His net worth is not estimated.

 He is known for his role as Adam Carter in the Chandle BBC One spy drama series Spooks, as Clive Reader QC in BBC One legal drama Silk and policeman DI Josephr in the ITV murder mystery series Whitechapel. Penry-Jones is known to be very critical of the British tv show and film industry. He stated that Doctor Who is a "very good children's show... but has low production values...and is a pantomime". He also said the Harry Potter films are "shit". He admitted walking out of the first three films.