Net Worth$2 million
Age57 Years

David Bark-Jones Net Worth

As of 2024, David Bark-Jones’s net worth is $2 million. He accumulated his net worth through working professionally in the field of entertainment and added a respectable amount from modeling work and performing in theater.

David Bark-Jones Bio

Alasdair David Bark-Jones professionally known as David Bark-Jones is an English actor, model and theater performer. Jones is best known for portraying the main role as Richard Hannay in Patrick Barlow’s written a parody adapted from the 1915 novel by John Buchan’s theater play entitled The 39 Steps (2010) for which he won Broadwayworld.com’s Best Actor in a West End Play. He acted as Robert Falcon Scott in Espen Sandberg’s directional Norwegian film Amundsen (2019).

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David Bark-Jones Age

David Bark-Jones’s age is 57 Years Old as of 2023. David Bark-Jones was born on 4 February 1966 in a well-settled family in Formby, Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, Merseyside, England in the United Kingdom. 

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David Bark-Jones Wife

He is a loving father who, together with his devoted wife Rachel, has been blessed with the joy of raising a wonderful family. Their family unit is complete with two bright and energetic sons named Fergus and Ted Bark-Jones, each of whom brings their unique charm and personality to the household.

The Bark-Jones family cherishes their time together, nurturing a strong sense of connection, love, and unity that forms the foundation of their shared journey through life.

David Bark-Jones Education Background

 Jones was enrolled in a local private school in Merseyside for his primary education and attended a reputed junior school at the same place for additional learning.

David Bark-Jones Career Background

His role as Redpenny in The Doctor’s Dilemma at the Manchester Royal Exchange in 1992 marked his professional stage debut. It is thought that this performance was modeled after Bark-Jones’ great great uncle Leonard Noon, who co-discovered allergen immunotherapy.

He then appeared in various repertory and TV productions in small roles until playing Carl in Patrick Marber’s first and improvised play, Dealer’s Choice at the Royal National Theatre and in the West End of London, Lt Denny in the “Colin Firth” BBC Pride and Prejudice, Bulanov in Alan Ayckbourn’s The Forest adaptation also at the National Theatre, Bertie in Guy Richie’s RocknRolla, Dr Losberne in Alan Bleasdale’s TV adaptation of Oliver Twist opposite Keira Knightley, Francis in Scott Free’s Pillars of the Earth, and Marty Braemer in The Weinstein Company RADiUS division, Erased, or as known worldwide, The Expatriate. In 2013 Bark-Jones toured the UK in The Old Vic production of Noises Off as Gary Lejeune.

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