Joe Absolom Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Actor, Salary, and Net Worth

Joe Absolom is an English Actor best known for his roles in the BBC soap opera EastEnders as Matthew Rose and as Al Large in Doc Martin.

Joe Absolom Profile

Joe Absolom is an English Actor best known for his roles in the BBC soap opera EastEnders as Matthew Rose. He has also been a cast member of Al Large in the ITV comedy drama Doc Martin.

Joe Absolom Age/How old is Joe Absolom?

Absolom was born on December 16, 1978, in Lewisham, London, England as Joseph Absolom. He is therefore 44 years old as of 2022.

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Joe Absolom Height

He stands at an approximate height of 6 feet 0 inches.

Joe Absolom Family/Brother

Information regarding Joe’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Joe Absolom Wife/Is Joe Absolom Married?/Liz Brown married to Joe Absolom

Absolom is married to his wife, Liz Brown who he tied the knot with on the 8th of June 2019. The duo first met in a bar about 17 years ago. They are proud parents to their three children namely; Caspar, Daisy, and Lyla. He, however, manages to keep more information regarding his wife and children away from the limelight. We will update this information once more information is available to the public.

Joe Absolom’s Net Worth

Absolom has an estimated net worth of about $2 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an Actor.

Joe Absolom Education

Born in Lewisham, London, he is a former student of Forest Hill School. He previously made appearances in the Sun-Pat peanut butter advertisements. This was before making his acting debut with the 1991 film Antonia and Jane. There, he was playing the role of Daniel Nash.

Joe Absolom Career

Absolom is known for his roles as Matthew Rose in the BBC soap opera EastEnders and Al Large in the ITV Comedy drama Doc Martin. He joined the soap opera EastEnders in the year 1997 portraying Matthew Rose. Absolom also had a few storylines in his first year on the show. The storyline that gained him recognition was the murder of Saskia Duncan, which kickstarted in the month of February 1999.

Absolom’s character was also framed for the murder by the real culprit, Steve Owen which was played by Martin Kemp. Later on, after getting revenge on Steve Owen, his character’s last appearance aired in February 2000. He also won Best Actor at The British Soap Awards in the same year.

Later on, after leaving EastEnders, he played the leading role in the 2002 British horror film, Long Time Dead as Rob, and a supporting role in the ITV series, Vincent. Later on, he soon became best known for his role in Doc Martin playing Bert Large’s son, Al. The role has won him critical acclaim ever since the series began.

He also guest starred in The Bill between 1992 and 2009 in different roles. He played the role of Benny, a violent loan shark in Casualty. Asides from this, he appeared as a criminal in the internet crime thriller Girl Number Nine. He also starred as Tracy Ann Oberman and Gareth David Lloyd. This is in addition to playing the part of Ivan in the 2013 horror film “I Spit on Your Grave 2.”

Absolom also won a celebrity version of the TV show Total Wipeout which aired on the 18th of September 2010 receiving £10,000 for charity. Joe played the real-life murderer Christopher Halliwell in the drama A Confession in 2019. Later on, he starred in the ITV drama The Bay in the year 2021 where he was playing the role of Andy Warren in about 6 episodes.

Joe Absolom Radio

Absolom has also been a radio actor and made an appearance in a BBC Radio 4 Play of the Day “Bringing Eddie Home” by John Peacock. This was based on a true story of the fight by East End couple Edna and Jack Wallace in order to get their son’s body brought home from Aden. Additionally, he covered the ensuing fight for the rights of British Service personnel.  This is in addition to playing the role of Eddie Wallace and the play also included other ex-EastEnders actors Bill Treacher, Todd Carty, Tilly Vosburgh, and Edna Doré,

Joe Absolom Awards and Nominations

Absolom has won a number of awards in the course of his career. The year 1999 saw him win the TV Quick Awards as the Best Soap Actor in the film EastEnders. He was also nominated for the National Television Awards in the year 1999 for being the most popular actor. He received this nomination still for his role on EastEnders..

Later on, in the year 2000, he was privileged to receive the British Soap Awards as the Best Actor for her role in EastEnders. He also received the Variety Club Awards for Outstanding New Talent. Later on, in the year 2010, he received a Nomination for the Streamy Awards. He received this nomination for Best male Actor in a Drama Web Series, Girl Number 9.

Later on, in 2020, she won an Accolade Global Film Competition for being a Leading Actor: Merit for the film, A Dieu. He also received a nomination for the BAFTA TV Awards for being the best supporting actor. Absolom received this nomination for his role in the film, A Confession where he was playing the role of Christopher Halliwell in 2019.

Joe Absolom Films, Movies, Series, and TV Shows

Back in the year 2001, he made an appearance in the film, Dream where he was playing the role of Tommy. Later on, in 2002, he played Extreme Ops where he held the role of Silo. Back in the year 2008, he was playing the role of Boyd Hilton in the film, Small Things.

The year 2016 saw him make an appearance in the television series, The Level where he was playing the role of Shay Nash. He has also played a role in the series, Death in Paradise, where he was playing the role of Aiden Parker. Asides from this, he played the role of Midsomer Murders where he was playing the role of Luke Altman.

Asides from this, he played the role of Selkirk McCoy in the series, Hatfields & McCoys which he played in the year 2012. This is in addition to playing the role of 71 Degrees North where he was playing a role as Joe Absolom in 2010. This is in addition to playing the role of New Tricks in the year 2009. In the series, he was playing the role of Luke Hanson in one episode: The Last Laugh.

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