Jacob Fortune-Lloyd

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Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, a London-based actor, is well-known for his part as D.L. Townes in the new Netflix chess prodigy drama “The Queen’s Gambit.” Offscreen, he is a well-known stage actor who has been in a number of British shows.

What is the Salary, Net Worth and Income of Jacob Fortune-Lloyd in 2022?

In 2020, Jacob received worldwide acclaim for his most important onscreen performance to date: D.L. Townes in Netflix’s riveting new drama “The Queen’s Gambit.” While Jacob’s new Netflix series is his most notable role, he has also acted in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in 2019 and on the episodes Strike Back and Endeavour.

Aside from The Queen’s Gambit, the British actor is most known for his portrayal of the crafty Archbishop Francesco Salviati in the drama series Medici. He also appeared in the BBC dramas Wolf Hall, The Living and the Dead, and the 2017 feature Crooked House, which won a Golden Globe.

Jacob has been in a number of shows in the United Kingdom, including The Moderate Soprano, The Importance of Being Earnest, Macbeth, The Merchant of Venice, and Othello.


His on-screen acting credits have only recently begun to accumulate, and he is expected to land more roles in the near future.

Jacob’s net worth will be assessed in 2020.


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 Wikis of Jacob Fortune-Lloyd

Real Name Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
Birthday Not Disclosed
Birthplace London Borough of Hillingdon, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Ethnicity White
Profession Actor
Net Worth Under Review
Parents Not Disclosed
Siblings Unknown

Early Life of Jacob Fortune-Lloyd: Age, Birth and Education

Jacob Fortune-Lloyd was born in Hillingdon, a West London borough. He is quite private about his personal life, hence his birth date and age are kept hidden. He was born in the United Kingdom and comes from a White ethnic background. He graduated from Oxford University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. He graduated from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2014.

Siblings, Parents and Family

The Queen’s Gambit star has kept his personal life private. The public is still in the dark regarding his parents and siblings, and he hasn’t mentioned them in any interviews or social media posts.

Height, hair color, and eye color are all characteristics of the human body.

Jacob is a tall man, standing at 6 feet 2 inches tall. He maintains a fit and athletic physique by participating in a variety of sports such as football, tennis, rugby, swimming, and horseback riding. His eyes are brown, and his hair is brown as well.

Relationship status: Single

Jacob hasn’t said much about his affairs or relationship status because he is a very private person. He only utilizes his social media accounts, such as Instagram, to showcase projects he is currently working on. As a result, his social media pages are unable to reflect his dating status.


Jacob is said to be unmarried as of 2020. He has a cheerful demeanor and enjoys socializing with his peers. He could be dating someone under the radar of the paparazzi, but until the actor makes his relationship public, it’s best not to make any assumptions.

Professional Life and Career

Jacob Fortune-Lloyd has always loved to perform and has dreamed of pursuing a career as an actor since he was a child. In high school and college, he appeared in a number of plays, including Shakespeare’s. He made his television debut in 2015 with Wolf Hall, and subsequently he starred in the film Crooked House as Brent (2017). Max Irons, Stefanie Martini, Glenn Close, and Gillian Anderson also appeared in the picture. Jacob Fortune-Lloyd is known for his role as Francesco Salviati in the 2018 TV series Medici, alongside Daniel Sharman, Alessandra Mastronardi, Synnove Karlsen, and Sebastian De Souza. In 2019, Jacob Fortune-Lloyd co-starred in Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker starring Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, and Daisy Ridley. He did, however, play Townes in the Netflix TV series The Queen’s Gambit in 2020, with Anya Taylor-Joy, Chloe Pirrie, Bill Camp, and Christiane Seidel.

Of 2021, Jacob Fortune-Lloyd was cast as the lead in London Grammar’s song “How Does It Feel.” In addition, he played Gideon Tooms in the TV series Midsomer Murders starring Neil Dudgeon, Nick Hendrix, Fiona Dolman, and Natalie Simpson in episode 2 of the 22nd season of “The Stitcher Society.” Jacob Fortune-Lloyd co-starred with Shailene Woodley, Joe Alwyn, and Felicity Jones in the 2021 film The Last Letter from Your Lover as Andrew. His next project is See How They Run (2022), a forthcoming American mystery film directed by Tom George and starring Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell.


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