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Joe Gilgun is a British actor. He is best known for her roles as Eli Dingle in ITV’s Emmerdale, Woody in the film This Is England and its subsequent spin-off series and Rudy Wade in the E4 comedy-drama series Misfits. In 2016, he began starring in the AMC television adaptation of the Vertigo comic Preacher as the charismatic Irish vampire Cassidy. Gilgun’s other notable works include Harry Brown, Lockout, Pride, The Last Witch Hunter, The Infiltrator, Coming Up, and Brassic. Born Joseph William Gilgun on March 9, 1984 in Chorley, Lancashire, England, to parents Judith and Andrew, he has two sisters named Jennie and Rosie. He did his schooling from Rivington VA Primary School and Southlands High School, and studied art at Runshaw College. As a child actor, Joe played little tearaway Jamie Armstrong in Coronation Street between 1994 and 1997.
The following table shows the body measurements of Joe Gilgun. Here is all you want to know, including height and weight (imperial system and metric system). Note: Bra size equals band size and cup size.
|Height:||6′0″ (183 cm)|
|Weight:||165 pounds (75 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Unknown|
Check out these inspiring celebrity quotes:
I’m an extraordinarily anxious person. I’m a typical actor: narcissistic and paranoid and all them things.Joe Gilgun
‘This Is England 2015.’ That would be ace. We could have prosthetics to make us look really old.Joe Gilgun
I remember going to the audition for ‘Corrie.’ I wasn’t an actor – what they’re often looking for in these rooms is a character, not what’s on the page. They want to see what you are going to bring. So somehow, I got the job on ‘Corrie.’ For the first time in a while, someone really believed in me.Joe Gilgun
On ‘This Is England,’ everyone is mates. The nice thing is that when you watch us, you’re watching a gang. They’re young, and they’re adventurous. There’s a real closeness there.Joe Gilgun
I remember being with my mum eating marmalade on toast watching ‘Inspector Gadget,’ ‘Sharky and George,’ ‘The Pink Panther,’ and ‘Thundercats,’ stuff like that. Those were the days – no idea how brutal the world is.Joe Gilgun