David Jeremy Leon is a professional English actor, director, producer, and writer. Most people remember him as Othello in photographer Rankin’s film Lives of the Saints.
|Real Name||David Jeremy Leon|
|Profession||Actor, Director, Writer, Producer|
|Date of Birth||24 July 1980 (41 Years)|
|Birth Place||Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, UK|
|Height||In Inches – 5.9′|
|Weight||In Kilograms – 73 Kgs|
|Father||Anthony N Leon (Worked at Powerstation)|
|Mother||Ann J Brown (Secretary)|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
David Leon Biography
Leon, an English actor, was born on July 24, 1980, making him 40 years old in 2020. His birthplace is Newcastle upon Tyne, England. He was born David Jeremy Leon to Anthony N Leon (father) and Ann J Brown (mother) (mother). In terms of his family’s occupation, his father worked at a power plant, while his mother was a secretary. Sarah Jacqueline is Leon’s sister. Leon considers himself to be half-Jewish since his father is Jewish.
David attended Dame Allan’s School and National Youth Theatre.
David Leon Height, Weight
David is five feet and nine inches (5.9′′) tall, which is ordinary in comparison to other Hollywood actors. He weighs 73 kg (162 lbs) (pounds). He has dark brown hair that is straight and hazel eyes that make him seem appealing.
Leon was attending a local theater school when he was offered a role in the film Alexander, directed by Oliver Stone (born September 15, 1946), in Morocco. He has been engaged in the profession since 2004, and he currently enjoys a respected position in the performing field. In the film These Foolish Things, he played the lead opposite lead actress Zoe Tapper, as well as Terence Stamp, Anjelica Huston, and Lauren Bacall. In 2007, he played Billy the Kid in the BBC miniseries The Wild West. In 2010, he appeared as Jesus in Mark Haddon’s play Polar Bears at the Donmar Warehouse.
David appeared as DS Joe Ashworth in the ITV detective series Vera from 2011 to 2014, starring Brenda Blethyn. He produced and directed the short film “Orthodox,” which received notice in international programs such as the 58th BFI London Film Festival. The feature-length version of the film was released in 2015.
His other director/producer projects include Man and Boy (2010) and Father (2009). He has also appeared in The Lives of the Saints (2006) as Othello, Clapham Junction (2007) as Alfie Cartwright, RocknRolla (2008) as Malcolm, The Glass House (2012) as Lajos, Grace, and Danger (2013) as Cifaretto, and many more films.
David Leon’s Net Worth in 2022
David’s estimated net worth is $3 million. However, we have no knowledge about his episodic compensation. We will update this page as soon as we obtain any information on his monthly or project-specific pay.
David Leons Girlfriend, Dating
He is not married and has no previous relationships to disclose. However, the attractive actor remains unmarried, and speculations suggest that he may have been seeing a secret lover who may turn out to be his future bride.