Brendan Coyle Married, Wife, Partner, Gay, Dating, Family, Net Worth
|Date of Birth||December 02, 1962|
|Age||58 Years 1 Month(s)|
|Girlfriend/Dating||Joy Harrison (2012)|
|Net Worth||$5 Million (Estimated)|
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
|Education||Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts|
|Parents||Patrick Coyle (Father), Delia Coyle (Mother)|
|Siblings||Shaun Coyle (Brother)|
Brendan Coyle is a British-Irish television actor best known for the television series Downton Abbey. At his young age, he showed great passion for acting and won a scholarship in the academy of theatre arts. Brendan has appeared mostly in television series and has worked on several movies. The talented actor has won the awards three times for his best performance and has also been nominated for BAFTA awards.
How Did Brendan Muster Net Worth?
With the active involvement in the entertainment industry, Brendan Coyle is enjoying the net worth of $5 million. Brendan became active in the entertainment industry in 1992 with his debut in the Tv series Fool's Gold. As of now, he has many acting credits under his name, which has helped him to garner fortune and popularity at the same time.
He rose to prominence for the portrayal of John Bates in the hit television series Downton Abbey, which was aired from 2010 to 2015. He won a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for supporting actor in the series in 2012 as well as a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Further, he won Screen Actors Guild Awards three times from 2013 to 2016.
Brenden has appeared in numerous television series that includes Starlings (2012-13), Murdoch Mysteries (2015), and Requiem (2017). He also starred in feature films like Noble (2014) and Me Before You (2016). Brenden has also formed the movie production company, Anderson Shelter Productions Limited along with Joy Harrison in 2014.
Is Brendan Secretly Married?
Though the professional life of 55-year-old Brendan is as clear as crystal, his relationship status is something baffling. Well, there are several rumors regarding his low-key love life. In an interview with Dailymail back in 2011, he hinted that he is in search of the perfect partner. During that period, Brendan and Joanne Froggatt portrayed the role of husband and wife in the series, Downton Abbey and their on-screen chemistry were preferred by the audiences.
However, in December 2012, Brendan was spotted with a beautiful blonde named Joy Harrison, who was a leading light at a London theatre school. They were seen together at the basketball game in the New York.
Brendan and Joy pictured together at a basketball game in New York in December 2012 (Photo: dailymail.co.uk)
As per sources, the pair knew each other for almost two-and-half years. Joy even spent her birthday weekend at Brendan's house in Norfolk in April 2010. The couple attended several events together, which glittered the rumors about their relationship. However, neither of them confirmed their speculated affair.
Brendan is currently single and is still in search of a perfect partner.
It is obvious that the gay rumors shimmer when the man is not in the dating relationship. Brendan is a gay supporter and posts on his social sites in favor of gay community. In September 2014, he made a tweet supporting LGBT community along with a song dedicated to them. In this context, he is also assumed as gay because he had no any romantic encounter with a lady in the past. But it is not veracious that he is a gay only by his support towards gay.
Lost Father In Early Age
Brendan’s father, Patrick Coyle was a butcher and he had a mother, Delia Coyle, and brother Shaun, in his family. He is a great-nephew of a footballer, Sir Matt Busby.
Brendan lost his father at the age of 17 and later left his home-town. Brendan also worked as a butcher in his early age and even went to meat factory before he joined Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in the United Kingdom. Although Brendan has made his name in Hollywood, his brother still works as a butcher.
Brendan Coyle was born on 2nd December 1962 in Corby, Northamptonshire as David Coyle. He was born to an Irish father and Scottish mother due to which he holds both British and Irish citizenship. He grew up in England with his family.
Brendan attended drama school in Dublin in 1981 and later he received a scholarship to Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts situated in the United Kingdom in 1983.