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Actor from Ireland who is featured in numerous Films and Television series.

Relationship Facts of David Wilmot(actor)

David Wilmot(actor) is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of David Wilmot(actor)?

David Wilmot is possibly single to date. There is no information available regarding his wife or love partner. Even no sources have spoken about his love affairs or kids.

Who is David Wilmot?

David Wilmot is an actor from Ireland who is featured in numerous Films and Television series.

He is a multiple-time IFTA Awards nominee and winner. Recently, he is getting limelight for featuring in the HBO Max drama & science fiction mini-series Station Eleven.

His work on numerous Television series and Films is noteworthy.

Some of his works are Michael Collins (1996), I Went Down (1997), The Devil’s Own (1997), The Tale of Sweeney Todd (1998), Intermission (2003), Laws of Attraction (2004), King Arthur (2004), Six Shooter (2006), The Guard (2011) and Gold (2014).

David Wilmot- Age, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity, Education

He was born in Dublin, Ireland to Irish parents, father Wilmot, Randall, and mother Grant, Mary.

Except for this no details of his family background, siblings, and parent’s profession is known. Also, his birth sign, age, and date of birth are unknown.

He belongs to the Irish ethnicity and holds the same nationality. He might have completed his basic education from a local high school. In addition, he has spent his early life in his country Ireland.

David Wilmot- Professional Life, Career

To start with his career, he landed in the acting field in the early 1990s. He appeared  in seasons 3 and 4 of the Showtime series The Tudors as rebel captain Sir Ralph Ellerker

He was featured in Six Characters in Search of an Author at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, As You Like It with the Druid Theatre Company in Galway, and Juno and the Paycock in London’s West End.

Next, he joined the 2006 off-Broadway Atlantic Theater Company production, which later transferred to Broadway. Also, he portrayed Dr. Ed Costello in sixteen episodes of The Clinic on RTÉ.  He was nominated for the Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actor in a TV Drama.

In January 2012 he appeared in Sky 1’s version of Treasure Island starring Eddie Izzard. Thereafter, he was featured in the docudrama Saving the Titanic as the ship’s Chief Engineer Joseph Bell.

Not to forget, he also played a supporting role in the BBC One drama Ripper Street, as the cantankerous bearded Police Sergeant Donald Atherton. meanwhile, he also portrayed a police Captain Connor in 2018‘s TNT production of The Alienist.

On top of this, he played the character of Israel Hands in Season 4 of the Starz pirate series Black Sails.


  • The Field in 1990
  • The Devil’s Own in 1997
  • A Love Divided in 1999
  • Laws of Attraction in 2004
  • Middletown in 2006
  • All Good Children in 2010
  • Shadow Dancer in 2012
  • Calvary in 2014
  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in 2018
  • Calm with Horses in 2019


  • Lapsed Catholics in 1987
  • The Treaty in 1991
  • The Tale of Sweeney Todd in 1997
  • Ultimate Force in 2002
  • Father & Son in 2009
  • Saving the Titanic in 2012
  • Ripper Street in 2012-16
  • The Alienist in 2018
  • Resistance in 2019
  • The Letter for the King in 2020
  • Station Eleven in 2021

Awards & Nominations

  • He was nominated for Best New Talent and won Best Supporting Actor in the 2003 IFTA Award for Intermission 
  • In the year 2004, he was nominated for IFTA-Best Actor in a TV Drama in The Clinic (2004).
  • IFTA Awards nominated him for the Best Supporting Actor Film in Shadow Dancer(2012).
  • At the 2020 IFTA awards, he won Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Film for Ordinary Love (2019).

David Wilmot- Net worth, Salary

Regarding his riches, there is no exact estimation but he is a millionaire. Throughout his acting career, he has earned a handsome salary but it is not disclosed in the figure.

David Wilmot- Rumors, Controversy

Because of his sole dedication to his work, he has managed to keep himself away from rumors and controversy that unnecessarily impact his personal and professional life.

Body Features- Height, Weight

He is 5 feet and 11 inches tall. He has an average body statistics white fair body complexion.

Moving on to his appearance, he has brown hair, loves to keep a beard, and has blue eyes.

Social Media

Reflecting the light on his social media presence, he is unavailable on social sites like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter.


  • In 2006  he received Theatre World Award for his portrayal of Padraic in The Lieutenant of Inishmore.
  • Tony Award 2006 has nominated him for Best Actor in a Play.

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