Facts of Jason Flemyng
|Full Name:||Jason Flemyng|
|Age:||54 years 5 months|
|Birth Date:||September 25, 1966|
|Birth Place:||Putney, London, UK|
|Net Worth:||$4 Million|
|Height / How tall :||6 feet 1 inches (1.85m)|
|Father's Name:||Gordon Flemyng|
|Mother's Name:||mother Fiona Flemyng|
|Hair Color:||Light Brown|
|Eye Color:||Hazel Brown|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Gemini|
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Relationship Statistics of Jason Flemyng
|What is Jason Flemyng marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|When did Jason Flemyng get married ? (married date):||June 06, 2008|
|How many children does Jason Flemyng have ? (name):||Two (Noah Flemyng, Cassius Flemyng)|
|Is Jason Flemyng having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Jason Flemyng gay ?:||No|
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For nine years, Jason Flemyng and actress Lena Headey were a couple, the relationship ended in 2001.
Then, Flemyng married “Elly Fairman” in the summer of June 6, 2008, in Tuscany, Italy.
There is still no news of their having a baby so this couple is currently living with her beautiful wife and living happily.
However, he has two sons named Noah Flemyng and Cassius Flemyng.
Who is Jason Flemyng?
Jason Flemyng is an English actor. He is best known for Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) and Snatch (2000).
Jason Flemyng: Birth Facts, Family, and Childhood
Jason Flemyng was born on 25 September 1966 in Putney, London, UK. His nationality is British and ethnicity is Scottish.
His birth name is Jason lain Flemyng. He is the son of Scottish television and film director Gordon Flemyng. He decided he wanted to become an actor after appearing in theatrical productions at his school, Christ’s Hospital in Sussex.
Jason attended Richmond College, then graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts before being accepted into the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company.
In 1990 he was admitted to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), where he was a classmate of Hermione Norris. Following his graduation from LAMDA in the early 1990s he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Jason Flemyng: Professional Life and Career
Now moving to Jason Flemyng’s Television and Film work, One of his first prominent roles on screen was a guest appearance in the American television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles in 1992. He was then a regular in the ITV drama series Doctor Finlay from 1993 to 1996.
Jason’s first film appearances were in the 1994 version of The Jungle Book. His first major cinema role was in Angela Pope’s 1996 drama Hollow Reed, where he played a child abuser, followed by the main role in Guy Ritchie’s popular 1998 London gangster film Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels.
Flemyng later claimed to have lost so much money while playing Poker with film’s backers in between takes on set that he had to work on the four days of re-shoots the film required for no fee.
He went on to appear in films such as The Red Violin and Deep Rising (1998), Snatch (2000), George A. Romero’s Bruiser (2000), and Rock Star (2001). Flemyng also starred in the short film Feeling Good written by Dexter Flecher, whom he met while working on Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels.
In the early 200s Jason Flemyng’s featured in two big-budget Hollywoods films which were adaptations of Alan Moore comic books; as John Netley in 2001’s From Hell, with Johny Depp, and 2003’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, with Sean Connery, in which Flemyng played Dr. Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde.
The latter film was not a success, but Flemyng commented that: “It was a bit of a nightmare…the film cost a fortune and didn’t make back the money it was meant to…But I still get a huge kick out of doing films like that and From Hell. Any day out walk onto a set and Sean Connery or Johnny Depp or Brad Pitt is there has to be a good day”.
In 2009, Flemyng joined the cast of the ITV science-fiction cult drama series Primeval during its third series, as maverick ex-policeman Danny Quinn. He received top billing as the series’ new star, taking over from Douglas Henshall. In March 2010, Flemyng earned a lead role as Cpl. Callow in the war/horror film The 4th Reich.
On 15 August 2010, it became public that he had been cast in the role of Azazel in the X-Men sequel, X-Men: First Class, directed by Matthew Vaughn. In 2011, Flemyng reprised his character of Danny Quinn in the last episode of Primeval’s fourth series, it is said that he would return as Danny Quinn one last time before the finale of the show’s fifth series.
In 2012, he also starred in I Give It a Year (released in Feb 2013), as the bride’s brother-in-law in a British rom-com by Working Title.
After two years Jason just completed work on the feature film “The Journey” on which he also serves as Producer, in which he plays Ozzy. The film was written especially for him and took years to complete, it was filmed in Greece and London and is directed by lance Nielson.
In January 2015, Flemyng signed with UK-based Evolution Pictures to direct the Vampire film Reign of Blood.
Jason Flemyng: Salary, Net Worth
Flemyng’s net worth is estimated to be $4 Million and his salary is unknown.
Jason Flemyng: Rumors and Controversy
This actor has reportedly become the latest celebrity to fall victim to apparent leaked nude photos scandal. Highly personal and private photographs from his mobile phone were posted on several celebrity gossips.
Body Measurements: Height, Weight
Jason Flemyng has a height of 6 feet 1 inch. He has light brown hair and hazel brown eyes. Furthermore, there are no details regarding his weight.
Social Media Profile
Jason is active on Facebook and Instagram but not on Twitter. He has 309 followers on Facebook and 27.9k followers on Instagram.