Lee Ingleby

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Lee Ingleby

Lee Ingleby

Who is Lee Ingleby?

Lee Ingleby is a British actor who has been on stage, in films, and on television. Lee Ingleby is most recognized for his appearance in BBC Drama as a Detective.

Lee rose to prominence as a result of his role in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

He is currently involved in acting in dramas.

Early life and Childhood

Lee Ingleby was born on January 28, 1976, in Burnley, Lancashire, England

He is an actor best known for his performance as Stan Shunpike in the film “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.”

In the BBC program “Inspector George Gently,” he played Detective Sergeant John Bacchus.

Lee was born in Burnley but grew up in Brierfield, where he went to Edge End High School.

The secondary school was operating until it amalgamated with Mansfield High School in 2006.

A theater teacher encouraged him to try his hand at professional theater during his stay there, and he was inspired to pursue a career in acting.

Education Details

Lee Ingleby attended Accrington and Rossendale College after graduating from high school and then continued his education at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).

 It is the UK’s oldest drama school, located in Hammersmith, and many of its graduates have gone on to work in Hollywood, the Royal National Theater, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the BBC, and Broadway.

He was mostly cast in little roles after completing his education until he was cast in his first major role in BBC’s “Nature Boy” in 2000.

Professional Career

Ingleby starred in the television movie adaptation of “The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby” in 2001 before attempting a screenplay for the short film “Cracks in the Ceiling,” in which he also starred.

He made a guest appearance in “Hustle,” “Cadfael,” and “The Bill” before having a spate of television guest appearances, including in “Hustle,” “Cadfael,” and “The Bill.”

After that, he had minor roles in “Ever After,” co-starring Drew Barrymore, and “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World,” both in 2003.

He had a brief role in the Toronto Film Festival’s “Haven” in 2004, and then made a guest appearance in the long-running BBC TV series “Doctor Who” in 2005.

He featured in the BBC’s updated version of “Rapunzel” as part of the “Fairy Tales” series two years later, portraying an abusive husband in “The Street.”

He also starred in the television adaptation of “The Wind in the Willows” and the television adaptation of “The Wind in the Willows.”

Net Worth and Salary

Lee Ingleby’s net worth is over $1 million as of 2022, which he has amassed through a successful acting career.

Relationship Status

Lee Ingleby’s personal life is shrouded in secrecy, and little is known about any of his romantic relationships.

He has remained silent about this element of his life, preferring to keep it hidden from the public eye.

His web profile indicates that he is a spouse, implying that he is married, yet no information about his partner has been provided. It’s also unclear whether he has any children.

He prefers to keep his personal and professional lives separate.

He enjoys acting and especially enjoys playing detectives and all-around good guys.

Body measurement

Lee Ingleby stands at a towering 5 feet 10 inches tall. Lee’s weight and other physical characteristics are still unknown.

Lee’s hair is brown, and his eyes are dark brown.

Lee Ingleby
Lee Ingleby in red carpet. Sources; Digital spy

Social Media

He has almost 17,000 followers on Twitter, where he uses the medium to promote some of his previous and forthcoming projects.

However, he doesn’t post there very often, sometimes going months without posting.

Because of his most recent role as the father of an autistic child, he’s also become a champion for autism awareness.

There is also a Facebook page named after him, though it is most likely a fan page rather than anything he administers.

As it primarily writes about projects he’s recently worked on and has no information linking the account to him.

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  • Lee was born on 28 January 1976, in Burnley, Lancashire, England, and is an actor, best known for his role in the film “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”, in which he played Stan Shunpike.
  • Concurrently, in 2008, Lee worked on the three-part television project “Place of Execution”, playing the role of DI George Bennett.
  • In 2013, he voiced the Sheriff of Nottingham in an audio production of “Robin Hood”, a role which he would reprise in a follow-up called “HOOD – The Scribe of Sherwood”.
  • In 2016, he had the role of a father of an autistic child in the BBC show “The A Word”, a role he continues to play.
  • Similar to numerous actors, he is active online through accounts on social media.