Louis Partridge is an up-and-coming TV and movie actor, model and social media influencer from the United Kingdom who was born on June 3, 2003. He first came to prominence playing minor roles in "Medici"and "Paddington 2." His biggest claim to stardom is the portrayal of The Viscount Tewkesbury in the Netflix hit film "Enola Holmes." Louis has managed to gain massive audience on his social media:
- TikTok: 2.6 million followers;
- Instagram: 7.5 million followers.
Louis is famous for his aristocratic facial features, raven black hair and stylish wardrobe. The teenage heartthrob prefers Instagram to other social media platforms. He can be found there under the handle @louispartridge_.
Louis Partridge grew up in Wandsworth, a borough of south London. He has mixed Welsh and English Heritage. Louis and his sisters, Issie and Millie, were raised by Liz and James Partridge. Louis's father is a successful lawyer and his mother works in finance. Issie Partridge and Millie Partridge have a sizable following on TikTok, where they post comedy skits, lip syncs and pranks.
Louis's film career had a very modest beginning. He participated in a few independent short movies, including "Second Skin," "About a Dog," and "Beneath Water." His acting skills were recognized by talent agents, and young Louis landed his breakthrough role of a cool kid named G-Man in "Paddington 2."
Louis went on to play Piero de' Medici in the 2019 "Medici" period drama series. He appeared in four episodes and was well received by the audience and critics. A year later Louis starred as The Viscount Tewkesbury opposite Enola Holmes played by Millie Bobby Brown in the eponymous film. On the stage, he befriended Henry Cavill who played Sherlock Holmes.
Louis also portrayed the rebellious Sex Pistols' bassist Sid Vicious in the TV series called "Pistol." He reprised his role as Lord Tewkesbury in "Enola Holmes 2." He is set to appear as Jonathan Brigstocke in the upcoming "Disclaimer" mini-series.
Louis is reportedly dating television actress Sydney Chandler after they appeared together in Danny Boyle's Sex Pistols biopic Pistol.