Quick Facts Jo Stone-Fewings
- NameJo Stone-Fewings
- Birth NameJonathan Stone-Fewings
- Birth Year1967
- Birth PlaceHereford, Herefordshire, England, UK
- ProfessionDancer, Writer
- Net Worth$1 Million
- Married toNancy Carroll
- Education Herford College of Arts
- ChildrenNellie, Arthur Stone-Fewings
Acting isn’t the only thing required to make it big into the entertainment industry. Along with acting skills, you need to have passion, hard work, and dedication that’s Jo Stone-Fewings is all about. Recently, he starred in the historical web drama series, The Crown in 2017.
The Amazing personality, Jo Stone-Fewings is a married man as of 2019. He is living a happy married life with his beautiful wife. Together, they welcomed two adorable children in their life.
How much is Jo Stone-Fewings’ Net Worth in 2019?
Jo Stone Fewings has an estimated net worth of $1 Million as of 2019. Additionally, he makes a fruitful amount of money from his other works which include advertisements, endorsements, and many others.
Fewings co-starred with Helena Bonham Carter who has a net worth of $30 Million, and Olivia Colman whose wealth is $6 Million in the historical drama web television series, The Crown.
CAPTION: Photo of Jo Stone-Fewings.
Fewings earns a handsome amount of salary from her profession. However, her salary is currently under review, but we assume that he receives a salary in the range of $500 to $800 Thousand annually.
Furthermore, his wife has a lucrative amount of net worth of $2 Million.
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Who is Jo Stone Fewings’ Wife? His Marriage & Children
Jo Stone Fewings first met his wife, Nancy Carroll, a British actress as a part of an (RSC) Royal Shakespeare Company theatre in 1994. Since then, they embarked their relationship to the next level. Later, they became engaged together.
The couple tied the knot in 2003, in Hereford, Herefordshire. Together, they share two children including Nellie (born in 2008), and Arthur Stone-Fewings. The pair are enjoying their love life and share their company with each other.
CAPTION: Jo Stone Fewings with his Nancy Carroll.
Fewings isn’t active on social media but, has a large number of fan following on his fan pages. He loves to travel a lot with his wife and children in new and exotic places. Currently, he resides in Hereford with his family and friends.
Inside of Jo Stone-Fewings’ Career
Jo Stone Fewings started his career from the theatre where he first portrayed Alex in the musical, Ghetto in 1989. Later, he played the role of Oliver in the play of One Over the Eight in 1992. His other theatre works are The Importance of Being Earnest, The Taming of the Shrew, etc. He recently appeared in the play of King John where he portrayed as John in 2015.
Fewings made his appearance in the Tristam Powell’s movie, American Friends where he played the role of an undergraduate King Lear in 1991. He then starred as Mark Sutton in the medical drama series, Casualty in an episode of Dangerous Games. He also appeared as Davitch Pavale in the British science fiction television program, Doctor Who in 2005. His other television credits are Midsomer Murders, The Crown, and many others.
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Jo Stone-Fewings’ Bio & Wiki: Early Life & Education
Jo Stone-Fewings was born as Jonathan Stone-Fewings in 1967 in Hereford, Herefordshire, England, UK. Moreover, he holds a British nationality and belongs to Caucasian whit ethnicity. His parents are of Welsh descent.
Fewings attended Herford College of Arts and then, enrolled at the Welsh College of Music and Drama. Later, he graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts (BFA). He became a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) in 1994.
Interesting Facts about Jo Stone-Fewings
- Jo Stone-Fewings was appointed as a fellow assistant in Hereford College of Arts in 2015.
- Fewings and his wife both went on tour for a week and a half, providing material for Michael Wood‘s documentary series, In Search of Shakespeare (2003) and became engaged after nine days of first met.
- He is a good dancer.
- He is an avid writer.
- His height is 5 feet 11 inches (1.8 m)