Who Is Tom Hughes Wife? Everything To Know About The Shepherd Actor Dating Life And Relationship

Tom Hughes, the English actor, best known for appearing in the ITV drama Victoria as Prince Albert, is yet to reveal the details about his wife or girlfriend.

He has also played Michael Rogers in Agatha Christie’s Marple, Jonty Millingden in ITV’s Trinity, Chaz Jankel in Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, Bruce Pearson in Cemetery Junction, and Nick Slade in the BBC legal drama Silk.

Hughes got cast as Christopher Marlowe in the second series of A Discovery of Witches, which premiered in 2019. He appeared in the BBC spin-off Casualty 1909 and ITV’s Trinity in 2009.

In 2010, he played Chaz Jankel, Ian Dury’s bandmate, in the biopic Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll and played the lead as the rebellious Bruce Pearson in Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant’s comedy-drama Cemetery Junction.

Tom Hughes Wife: Who Is His Girlfriend Or Spouse?

There are no details about Tom Hughes’s wife or his girlfriend.

However, the actor was in a four-year relationship with his ex-girlfriend, Jenna Coleman. She played Jasmine Thomas in Emmerdale, Clara Oswald in Doctor Who, Queen Victoria in Victoria, Joanna Lindsay in The Cry, and Marie-Andree Leclerc in The Serpent.

After meeting while portraying Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in the hit ITV drama Victoria, the couple began dating.

Jenna was seen trying to leave the actor’s £1.75 million townhouses in London over the vacation, even after their split.

Learn About Tom Hughes’s Biography

On April 18, 1985, Tom Hughes was born in Upton-by-Chester, Cheshire, to a family of two boys. The actor was a member of the Liverpool Everyman Youth Theatre.

He was a member of the Cheshire Youth Theatre and the Jigsaw Music Theatre Company before earning a Bachelor of Arts in acting from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 2008.

Hughes is a former member of the indie rock band Quaintways. Roy Hughes, his dad, is also a musician.

How Much Is Tom Hughes Net Worth?

The exact details about Tom Hughes’s net worth might soon get revealed.

In the same year, he got shortlisted for a BIFA Award for Most Promising Newcomer for his performance at the Young Vic in David Harrower’s Sweet Nothings, directed by Luc Bondy.

He was given the name one of 42 BAFTA Brits to Watch in 2011. In 2011, he starred alongside Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz in the BBC legal drama Silk and the BBC thriller Page Eight as pupil barrister Nick Slade.

In 2013, he played Dan Thomas in the BFI/BBC film 8 Minutes Idle, based on the award-winning novel. He played Prince Albert in Victoria’s ITV period drama series from 2016 to 2019. In 2019, he co-starred with Judi Dench in the film Red Joan.