Who's Samuel Bottomley?
Samuel Bottomley who was born on June 14, 2001 is a British television actor. Despite the young age, the actor has appeared in several British TV classics. He is best known for portraying Brandon Kelleher in the CBBC fantasy family series Rocket's Island and Jordan Wilson in the Channel 4 comedy-drama series Ackley Bridge.
Who are Samuel Bottomley's parents?
The television star was born and raised in Bradford, West Yorkshire. His father's name is Richard. Unfortunately, we are not sure who his mother is. The star also has a brother. Despite becoming an internationally famous actor, Samuel still lives in England.
At the age of nine, Samuel started his acting career in the 2011 independent drama film Tyrannosaur, which was the directorial debut of actor Paddy Considine. His co-stars were celebrated British film and television actors Peter Mullan and Olivia Colman. Just a year after his debut on the big screen, Samuel landed his first main television role in the fantasy series Rocket's Island. He also portrayed George Quaintain in the ITV period drama Jericho, Ben in the cyber-thriller Kiss Me First and Ralph Roberts in the BBC iPlayer comedy Ladhood. His most recent main role was in the Channel 5 four-part drama series The Teacher. One of Samuel's most notable film appearances was in the 2019 hip-hop-inspired comedy film Boyz in the Wood. He also portrayed an autistic man in the 2019 comedy The Last Right.
Is Samuel Bottomley in a relationship?
The Ackley Bridge star is a very private person and rarely talks about his love life. We suspect that he is currently single. There is not much known about his relationship history either.
How much is Samuel Bottomley's net worth?
The actor's net worth is estimated at around $2 - $5 million in 2022.