Droutinelife : Who is Joe McFadden? – Joe McFadden is a Scottish actor. He is the winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2017 along with Katya Jones and Holby City actor. He has got an amount of £100,000 for winning the coveted Strictly title, while other contestants may only see £25,000 for their efforts. Joe has made history as he became the oldest contestant and the first Scottish competitor to win the show. He took the age record from 2009 winner, presenter Chris Hollins, who was 38 when he was won.
Joe McFadden Biography, Bio details and Family
He was was born in Glasgow in 1975. He was the third of four siblings. He was the only child who was has interest in acting.
Real Name : Joe McFadden
Nickname : Joe
Age : 42 Years old
Date of Birth (DOB) : 9th October, 1975
Height : 5′ 10″
Weight : 75 Kgs
Chest : 40 Inches
Waist : 16 Inches
Biceps : 30 Inches
Girlfriend : Kirsty Mitchell (They were in relationship, but at present no one)
Martial Status : Unmarried
Profession : dancer, Theater Artist, actor
Nationality : Scottish
Sun Sign : Libra
Religion : Christianity
Debut TV Show : High Road (1994)
Famous for : Heartbeat as heartthrob PC Joe Mason from 2007 to 2009.
Joe McFadden in Strictly 2017
Joe scored 39 for both his Viennese Waltz and his show dance, and a perfect 40 for his Charleston, placing him second on the leader board based on judges’ scores, behind Alexandra Burke
Joe McFadden Education
Joe attended Holyroood R.C. Secondary School in Glasgow. He started acting after his drama teacher suggested he go for a small part in TV show Taggart at the age of 12. At the age of 15, he had already moved onto his next acting project.
Joe McFadden Girlfriend
Joe is currently single. His last public relationship was with Scottish actress Kirsty Mitchell. But at present he is not dating anyone.
Joe McFadden Career
Joe McFadden is well-known for his love of theatre and has starred in several big shows over the years. But he is perhaps best known for his role in BBC drama Holby City.
After starring in Taggart at the age of 12, Joe McFadden went on to appear in shows like Scottish soap Take the High Road, The Crowd Road and Sex, Chips & Rock n’ Roll throughout his teen years and early twenties.
He also appeared in telly movie Bumping the Odds in 1997, before going on to star in The Law in 2000 and Raphael: A Mortal God in 2004.
Joe McFadden has also appeared in films like the 1996 Small Faces, the 1998 Dad Savage and The Trouble With Men and Women in 2003.
The actor also had a starring role in The Crow Road
The Scots actor had some small roles in TV series like The Afternoon Play in 2005 and Judge John Deed in 2006, before he landed a major role as smouldering Doctor Jack Marshall in BBC drama Cranford.