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Ralph Ineson

Ralph Ineson is a popular British actor, narrator, and sound tracker. Ralph Ineson rose to fame as Chris Finch in the BBC sitcom “The Office.”

Early Life

Born as Ralph Michael Ineson, better known as Ralph Ineson is a prominent British actor. He was born on the 15th of December of 1969 in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. According to the astrological chart, he has a birth sign of Sagittarius and is currently 54 years old. In addition, he practices the Christian religion and belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.

He was born to Michael Ineson (father) and Bumble Ineson (mother). Meanwhile, there is very little known about his early childhood little and he has not mentioned his parent’s work. In addition, he seems to be a single child of his parents and he has not talked much about his siblings.

Ralph Ineson – Education

In terms of his academics, he went to Woodleigh School and Pocklington School. He worked as a teacher and cricket coach at York Sixth Form College in the early 1990s after studying theatre at Lancaster University’s Furness College.

Professional Career

Television

Talking about his acting journey, Ralph Ineson debuted as Alex in an episode of the 1993 TV series “Spender.” In 1994, he went on to play the role of Igy in an episode of the BBC comedy-drama “All Quiet on the Preston Front.” During the same year, he appeared in several TV series, including “99-1,” “Screen Two,” “Royce,” “A Pinch of Snuff,” and “The Cinder Path.”

Moreover, he was in the sitcom “Goodnight Sweetheart” as Donald Bamford in the year 1996. In episode four of the first season of BBC drama This Life,” he played a minor role in that same year.

Ralph Ineson

Caption: The poster of the BBC sitcom, The Office (Source: Filmaffinity)

In the BBC drama” Playing the Field,” he portrayed Luke Mullen, appearing total of 32 episodes from 1998 to 2002. He played the role of Chris Finch appearing in seven episodes of the BBC comedy “The Office” (2001-2003). He did a recurring role of Zack in the soap opera “Coronation Street” appearing in nine episodes. Meanwhile, he starred in the first season of “Spooks” as ex-soldier Sam Walker.

Other television works

From 2o06 to 2007, he appeared in 11 episodes playing the role of Jeremy Hazledine in the satirical black comedy series “Suburban Shootout” aired on Paramount Comedy and Five. In the episode ‘Wounds’ from Season 7 of “Waking The Dead,” he played Frank Monk.

Later, in 2012 the second season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” he played Dagmer Cleftjaw. He also played a fireman in an Imperial Leather commercial. Meanwhile, he appeared as Jon Fry in the fifth and sixth series of the BBC drama “Waterloo Road” in 2009.

Additionally, he appeared as Paul, a buttock-kissing masseuse, in the fourth episode “Something Happened” of the Channel 4 sitcom “The IT Crowd.” He portrayed Steward Hart in the 2012 ITV series “Titanic.” In 2016, he played Connor Nutley in the third season of the BBC Two series “Peaky Blinders.” In 2022, he was the Narrator in the TV series “Salvage Hunters: The Restorers.”

Film

His Hollywood film credits include “First Knight,” “From Hell,” “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll,” and a small appearance in “The Damned United.” He portrayed Amycus Carrow, a Death Eater in the film “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” (Parts 1 and 2).

He also appears as Sergeant Mullins in the 2008 film “Cass.” In 2014, he appeared in the Marvel Studios blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy.” Later in 2014, he appeared in the spy film “Kingsman: The Secret Service” as a police officer who interviews Eggsy.

Moreover, he co-starred with Anya Taylor-Joy and Kate Dickie in Robert Eggers’ critically acclaimed debut film “The Witch,” for which Eggers won Best Director at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. He played a tiny part as a First Order officer in the 2017 film “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Additionally, Ineson will appear as Dr. Wilhelm Sievers in Nosferatu which is in Production.

Voice Works

Ineson’s unusual Yorkshire accent has been heard in several voice-over roles. He has narrated the Discovery Channel shows Licence to Drill and Salvage Hunters, as well as the 2010 Sky TV series Inside Gatwick and the BBC1 series Claimed and Shamed. In 2013, he provided the voice for the Channel 4 series Skint, which examined the lives of British families from disadvantaged origins.

Moreover, he narrated Countryside 999 on BBC One in 2015. He narrated the BBC One documentary Series Gears and Tears, which followed the characters of British BriSCA Formula 1 Stock Cars, in 2009. In 2023, he applied his gravelly Yorkshire language to the video game Diablo 4, giving Lorath a gravelly Yorkshire accent.

Awards

Ineson wins the winner of the Grand Jury Prize Award for Waving in 2023. In 2019, he was nominated for the OFTA Television Award for Chornobyl.

Net Worth 2024

Throughout his acting career, he has lived a luxurious lifestyle. As of 2023, his net worth is estimated at around $8 million, and makes over $600,000 per month.

Relationship Status

Ralph Ineson married Ali Milner in the year 2003 at Cliveden. His wife is an American Co-founder of MRA PR and Editor of Warpaint Magazine. With marriage, the couple has two kids whose names are Luc Ineson and Becky Ineson.

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Caption: Ralph Ineson with his wife Ali-Ineson (Source: SuperbHub)

 Ineson has not been embroiled in any uncomfortable rumors or controversy up to this date. Similarly, he has a good reputation with the general people and the media.

Body Measurements

Ralph Ineson

Caption: Ralph Ineson attending a program (Source: Instagram)

This British actor is a handsome man. He stands 6 feet 2 inches tall (1.89 m) and weighs around 64 kg (141 lbs). Meanwhile, he has a pair of brown eyes with brown hair color. In addition, his measurement is 43-34-15 inches and he wears a shoe size of 10 US.

Ralph Ineson – Social Media

On his Instagram page ‘@ralph.ineson’ there are over 8.6k followers. Likewise, there are over 39.3k followers on his Twitter page ‘@ralphineson’ and over 1.4k followers on his Instagram page.