Barry Sloane, the talented English actor, has made a significant mark in the entertainment industry with his remarkable performances on television and a few notable film appearances.
Hailing from Liverpool, Barry’s career took off in his home country before he ventured into various TV projects and gained recognition for his acting prowess.
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Barry Sloane Wiki & Biography
Date Of Birth
February 10, 1981
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Barry Sloane’s Net Worth
USD$25.9 Million approx
Height, Weight, and Color
Height in cm
Height in Meters
Height in Feet Inches
6 feet 2 inches
Barry Sloane Family and Relatives
Boyfriends / Girlfriends
Katy O’Grady (m. 2013)
Lennon Michael Sloane
Gracie Bluebell Sloane
Barry Sloane Education School and Colleges
College & University
Favourites Things Of Barry Sloane
Favorite TV Shows
Interesting Facts About Barry Sloane
Barry’s acting journey began in 2000 when he made his debut in the ‘NBC’ film ‘In His Life: The John Lennon Story,’ portraying the teenage years of the legendary John Lennon.
His breakthrough in the television industry came in 2002 when he landed the role of ‘Sean Smith’ in the ‘Channel 4’ soap opera ‘Brookside,’ where he appeared in 65 episodes.
Barry’s television career saw him in diverse roles, including ‘Darren’ in ‘Pleasureland’ and ‘Piers’ in ‘I’m a Juvenile Delinquent – Jail Me!’ in TV movies.
In 2007, he took on the lead character, ‘Glynn,’ in the ‘BAFTA’-winning TV movie ‘The Mark of Cain.’
He portrayed the enigmatic hairdresser ‘Niall Rafferty’ in the ‘Channel 4’ soap opera ‘Hollyoaks’ from 2007 to 2008, earning accolades and nominations for his portrayal as a villain.
Barry’s international recognition came when he played ‘Jackie Wray’ in the ‘ITV’ crime drama ‘DCI Banks’ and, more prominently, as ‘Aiden Mathis’ in the ‘ABC’ drama ‘Revenge,’ with 43 episodes to his credit.
Not limited to the screen, Barry showcased his talent on the stage as well. He notably portrayed ‘Troy Whitworth,’ a local thug, in Jez Butterworth’s play ‘Jerusalem,’ with productions in London’s ‘Royal Court Theatre’ and ‘Broadway.’
His ‘West End’ debut came in 2005 with Willy Russell’s ‘Blood Brothers.’
Barry ventured into films, taking on the role of ‘Chad’ in the 2013 thriller ‘Penthouse North’ and a brief appearance as a poacher leader in the 2014 biblical drama ‘Noah.’
He continued to diversify his portfolio with the ‘National Geographic Channel’ miniseries ‘Saints & Strangers,’ in which he portrayed Separatist Edward Winslow from the ‘Mayflower’ voyage in 1620.
The ‘History’ drama ‘Six’ saw Barry in the lead role of ‘Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Joe “Bear” Graves’ from 2017 to 2018.
He contributed to the ‘Spectrum Originals’ police-procedural drama ‘L.A.’s Finest’ in 2019, playing the recurring character ‘Dante Sherman,’ and also lent his voice to the video-game character ‘Captain Price’ in ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.’
Barry’s journey in television continued with his role as ‘Jake Reilly’ in the ‘NBC’ legal drama ‘Bluff City Law,’ which premiered in September 2019.
Barry Sloane is professionally represented by Jeff Golenberg of ‘Silver Lining Entertainment’ and Ken Lee of ‘Innovative Artists.’