Jonathan Cake is an English actor who has been working in the entertainment industry for almost three decades. He is known for playing the role of Det. Chuck Vance on 'Desperate Housewives', the ABC drama series.
On 31st August 1967, the 'Rebecca' actor was born in Worthing, Sussex, England. He is the youngest son among three children of his parents whereas his father was a glassware importer and his mother was a school administrator.
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Husband of Julianne Nicholson
On 24th September 2004, Jonathan Cake got married to his long-term girlfriend Julianne Nicholson. Their wedding took place in Italy. The two met while playing a couple on an unaired HBO pilot called "Marriage".
From where they started knowing each other and fell in love. The couple has been living a happy married life for 16 years with two children.
Has Two Children
He is the father of two children, Ignatius Cake, and Phoebe Margaret Cake. In September 2007, Cake welcomed his first child whereas, on 30th April 2009, his youngest child came into this world. Being a busy father, he managed time to spend time with his family.
Before marrying Nicholson, Wayne of 'The Bench' was in a relationship with Olivia Haigh Williams, a promising actress. The pair dated for seven years of love life were engaged. Unfortunately, they got separated two weeks before their planned wedding.
What's His Net Worth?
Jonathan Cake has an estimated net worth of $3 million which he earned through his acting career. His professional life as a theatre actor began when he appeared in William Shakespeare's play "As You Like It".
In 1993, the actor got to debut in the television industry from the British Tv comedy series, "Press Gang". Then, appeared in numerous films and series such as 'The Jump', 'Mosley', 'DiamondGirl', 'Jonathan Creek', and so on.
Awards and Achievement
The talented actor has received and nominee some awards. In 2002, he won the 'Barclays Best Actor Award' for 'Baby Doll' and in 2003, received 'Theatre World Award' for 'Medea'.
Cake was nominated for the 2007 Falstaff award in the category Best Supporting Actor. It was for his performance in Cymbeline at the Lincoln Center Theatre.
How Cake Took Interest In Acting?
At the age of 4, the actor performed on stage during a traditional British pantomime for children. After that, his family thought he could be a great actor in the future.
By which at the age of eight, Cake took drama classes and participated in many plays. When he became a teenager, he went to Britain with London's National Youth Theatre.
Jonathan Cake attended Corpus Christi College, Cambridge to obtain a degree in English. There he was also a rugby player. Later, he went to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where he got trained for acting.