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Kadiff Kirwan Height, Weight, Age, Facts, Girlfriend, Family

Kadiff Kirwan Quick Info
Height 6 ft 1 in
Weight 80 kg
Date of Birth February 3, 1989
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Eye Color Dark Brown

Kadiff Kirwan is a British-Montserratian actor and theater artist who is known for having been cast in roles like DC Wesley Ross in the mystery thriller miniseries The Stranger, Aaron in the television sitcom Chewing Gum, Anthony in the comedy-drama television series Fleabag, Jason in the science fiction comedy television show Timewasters, Julian in the medical comedy-drama miniseries This Is Going to Hurt, Andrew in the Channel 4 sitcom Everyone Else Burns, and Bradley in the comedy-drama television series This Way Up. In addition to that, he has also been cast in a variety of other shows which include the likes of Call the Midwife, Comedy Feeds, CrimsBlack MirrorDrifters, Drunk HistoryI May Destroy You, C.B. StrikeQueersInformerZappedThe CaptureFlackThe Big Narstie Show, Inside No. 9Death in ParadiseSlow Horses, and Time. Moreover, Kadiff Kirwan’s film credits include Mary Queen of ScotsPokémon Detective Pikachu, and My Policeman.

Born Name

Kadiff Kirwan

Nick Name

Kadiff

Kadiff Kirwan as seen while posing for a picture in Marrakesh, Morocco in January 2023
Kadiff Kirwan as seen while posing for a picture in Marrakesh, Morocco in January 2023 (Kadiff Kirwan / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Aquarius

Born Place

Plymouth, Montserrat

Nationality

British, Montserratian

Education

Kadiff Kirwan got enrolled at the Central School of Speech and Drama (also known as the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) and graduated in 2011.

Occupation

Actor, Theatre Artist

Family

  • Father – Peter Kirwan
  • Mother – Matilda Kirwan

Build

Athletic

Kadiff Kirwan (Left) as seen while posing for a picture with Alfred Enoch in December 2023
Kadiff Kirwan (Left) as seen while posing for a picture with Alfred Enoch in December 2023 (Kadiff Kirwan / Instagram)

Height

6 ft 1 in or 185.5 cm

Weight

80 kg or 176.5 lbs

Girlfriend / Boyfriend / Spouse

Kadiff Kirwan has dated –

  1. Michaela Coel – It is RUMORed that he had a fling with British actor, singer, director, producer, and screenwriter Michaela Coel in the past.
  2. Ben Whishaw (2023-Present)

Race / Ethnicity

Black

Hair Color

Black

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation

Gay

Distinctive Features

Deep-set eyes

Kadiff Kirwan as seen while smiling for a picture in September 2023
Kadiff Kirwan as seen while smiling for a picture in September 2023 (Kadiff Kirwan / Instagram)

Kadiff Kirwan Facts

  1. He spent his early childhood years growing up in Plymouth, Montserrat. Later on, his family shifted to Antigua after the 1995 Soufrière Hills volcanic eruption destroyed the family home and they eventually settled in Preston, England.
  2. When he was 14 years old, Kadiff Kirwan acted in school in a production of Bugsy Malone.
  3. He made his first theatrical film appearance by playing the role of Attaché in the 2018 historical drama film Mary Queen of Scots, starring Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, Jack Lowden, Joe Alwyn, David Tennant, and Guy Pearce. The film is based on John Guy’s 2004 biography Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart.
  4. Kadiff Kirwan was cast as Mayor in the mystery fantasy comedy film Detective Pikachu in 2019.
  5. In 2020, he was seen as Henri Dupre in an episode titled Death in the Salon of the British–French crime comedy-drama television series Death in Paradise.
  6. He brought to life the character of Nigel in the romantic drama film My Policeman in 2022. Based on the 2012 novel of the same name by Bethan Roberts, the film stars Harry Styles, Emma Corrin, and others.
  7. Along with Ben Whishaw, Ambika Mod, Alex Jennings, Ashley McGuire, and others, Kadiff Kirwan co-starred as Julian (one of Adam’s colleagues) in the medical comedy-drama television miniseries This Is Going to Hurt in 2022.
  8. Reflecting on his desire to act, he has stated, “I was bad at school […] really bad. And I had a drama teacher who from Year 9 onwards hounded me and told me that my behavior issues would calm down if I went to drama classes after school. She kept pestering and eventually I went. Suddenly, everything started making sense: I was acting out because I was dealing with being gay and not telling my peers or my family because they’re quite religious […] I was going through a lot at the time, and acting was the thing that saved me. It gave me my voice.”
  9. Kirwan’s theatre credits include playing Nadia Fall in a production of Home in 2013, Jerome Hanikie in a production of The Vote in 2015, and Skye Masterson in a production of Guys and Dolls in 2019.

Featured Image by Kadiff Kirwan / Instagram

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