Ariyon Bakare is an English actor who was born on July 1, 1971. He starred in the BBC soap drama Doctors from 2001 to 2005, as well as the Prime series Good Omens, Carnival Row (2019), and the BBC series His Dark Materials. Bakare had previously appeared in British series like The Bill, Casualty, and Holby City.
Profile Summary of Ariyon Bakare
|Born||1 July 1971
|Education||WAC Arts College|
Ariyon Bakare Early Life
Bakare left his family home at the age of 15 due to a misunderstanding with his father and completed his education while living on the streets. He returned home years later and “made peace” with his father. Bakare then relocated to New York at the age of 17 to pursue dance as a career and trained as a dancer at a number of academies, including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. He learned two years into his training that dancers sometimes retire at a young age. He stopped dancing the next day and focused only on acting. At the age of 20, he returned to London and began studying acting at the Drama Centre London. The Royal Shakespeare Company was his first professional job (RSC). While acting with the RSC, he also worked on jobs in Scotland, learned scriptwriting, and sang soul and opera music, according to him.
Ariyon Bakare Career
Bakare portrayed Dr. Ben Kwarme in the BBC soap drama Doctors from 2001 to 2005. He was nominated for Best Actor at the 2004 British Soap Awards for his depiction of the character. Bakare returned to direct and write many episodes after leaving Doctors. The Channel drama Stealing Lives, which he co-wrote and starred in, followed. He made an appearance as a villain in the BBC program Spooks in November 2008, and he had an appearance in Casualty in October 2009. Bakare starred as Carl Lucas, a minicab driver, in the final episode of Law & Order UK’s sixth season, which aired in 2012. He played Wesley Holt, a band manager, in Dancing on the Edge, which premiered in 2013. Bakare later starred opposite Maisie Williams in Doctor Who’s 2015 episode “The Woman Who Lived.” He played Leandro, a lion-like creature who was the episode’s adversary. In Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, he made a cameo as a Rebel pilot. In 2019, he starts playing Lord Boreal in the BBC television series His Dark Materials.
Bakare has appeared in productions at the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Lyric Hammersmith. He was nominated for an Ian Charleson Award for his performance as Florindo in Tim Supple’s Young Vic production of A Servant to Two Masters. He played a South African nattily clad architect, “Look Smart,” Janet Suzman in the British premiere of Dream of the Dog.
Ariyon Bakare Net Worth
Ariyon Bakare, a veteran and talented British actor, is estimated to have a net worth of $1 million. From his work as an actor, writer, and director, he has amassed significant wealth.
Ariyon Bakare Relationship
Moving on to his personal life, Ariyon Bakare’s love life and affairs have not been well recorded because he has kept a low profile and keeps his personal life hidden from the public, media, and fans.
There isn’t much information on his past or current relationships, so it’s unclear whether he is married or in a relationship. As a result of the absence of information and proof regarding Ariyon’s marital status and love life, we have concluded that he is possibly single and unmarried.
Ariyon Bakare Movies
- 1999 After the Rain
- 2008 The Dark Knight
- 1999 The Secret Laughter of Women
- 2015 Dusha Shpiona
- 1999 Dead Bolt Dead
- 2006 Shoot the Messenger
- 2009 Happy Ever Afters
- 2012 Full Firearms
- 2015 Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell
- 2019 Carnival Row
- 2015 Doctor Who
- 2016 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- 2019 Frankie
- 2015 Jupiter Ascending
- 2019 Good Omens
- 2017 Life
- 2019 His Dark Materials