British actor Stephen Tompkinson has starred in a number of popular TV programmes.
However, does he have a wife and kids? You should be aware of the following.
Who is Stephen Tompkinson?
English actor Stephen Tompkinson was born on October 15, 1965, in Stockton-on-Tees.
Alongside James Nesbitt and Rufus Sewell, he pursued his education at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
He was in his last year when he was awarded the 1987 Carleton Hobbs Bursary, which led to a contract with the BBC Radio Drama Company.
Since then, he has had a lengthy television career, appearing in a number of well-known series.
Stephen Tompkinson TV Shows
In the 1988 Channel 4 short film Treacle, Stephen made his debut on television.
He was later cast in several standalone episodes of All at No. 20, After Henry, and Casualty.
He appeared in nine episodes of Chancer, nine episodes of Minder, and three Tales of Sherwood Forest episodes in the 1990s.
In 66 episodes of the sitcom Drop The Dead Donkey from 1990 to 1998, Stephen portrayed dishonest reporter Damien Day.
In Ballykissangel, he portrayed Father Peter Clifford from 1996 until 1998.
Together with Robson Green, he starred in Grafters.
Early in the new millennium, Stephen starred alongside Dawn French in the television shows Ted and Alice, Lucky Jim, In Denial Of Murder, the comedy Bedtime, and the miniseries In Deep.
He costarred with Amanda Holden and Lucy-Jo Hudson in ITV’s Wild at Heart from 2006 to 2013 as veterinarian Danny Trevanion.
Since then, he has been in a variety of productions, including the crime thriller DCI Banks, the TV miniseries The Split, and the comedy about a grocery store called “Trollied.”
Stephen Tompkinson Wife and Children
Radio producer Celia Anastasia and Stephen were wed before divorcing in 1995.
Later, he got divorced from Dervla Kirwan, his Ballykissangel co-star, after a two-year engagement.
He wed Nicci Taylor in 2001; the couple had Daisy as a daughter before divorcing in 2006.