Wade Briggs (Still Star-Crossed) age, gay, height, girlfriend, Wiki Bio

• Wade Briggs is an Australian actor best known for his roles in TV series such as “Please Like Me” (2013-2016) and “Still Star-Crossed” (2017).
• He was born in Sydney, New South Wales in 1992 and graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2010.
• His first major role was in the critically acclaimed series “Please Like Me”, and he has since appeared in films such as “Spirit of the Game” (2016) and “What If It Works?” (2017).
• He recently appeared in the 2018 thriller “Reaching Distance”, and his current net worth is estimated at $300,000.
• He was previously in a relationship with Anna Samson, and is now dating Roxiena Fousi.

Who is Wade Briggs?

If you are from Australia and you regularly follow Australian television series and movies, then you’ve probably heard of Wade Briggs, a talented rising star and handsome actor, who is best known for his roles in TV series such as “Please Like Me” (2013-2016) and “Still Star-Crossed” (2017).

So, do you want to find out more about the life and work of Wade Briggs, from his early childhood to date, including his personal life? If yes, then stay with us for the length of the article as we bring you closer to the young Australian actor.

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Wade Briggs Wiki: Early Life, Parents, and Education

Wade Briggs was born on the 5th May 1992 in Sydney, New South Wales Australia, to parents natives of Australia, but whose names and vocations are un known Wade spent his childhood in Australia, and developed an interest in acting as a small boy, so and after graduating from Edith Cowan University, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth in 2010, he began his acting career.

Early Career and Please Like Me

Briggs first appeared in a few short films, entitled “Peachy Keen”, “Epiphany” and “Yardbird” all in 2010, but his breakthrough came in the critically acclaimed Australian television show “Please Like Me”, which started airing in February 2013 on ABC2, and lasted for four seasons. The series has a humorous tone, but is more of a drama than a classic sitcom, and won numerous awards including the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards for the Best Screenplay in Television. Wade played the main character of Geoffrey in the first season, appearing in eight episodes – Geoffrey is the openly gay co-worker of Tom who fell in love with Josh, and outs him to his family against his will. They break up but reconnect twice before Geoffrey admits that the two are not meant for each other. Briggs’ great acting landed him a role in the romantic TV series “Home and Away”, appearing as Sam Kennedy in six episodes from 2014 to 2015.

Further Projects and Work in the US

In 2016, Briggs played Don Hull in Darran Scott’s biography “Spirit of the Game” – the storyline is of post-war Australia that is trying to build a basketball team good enough to compete at the Olympics. Wade also had an important part in the theater, as he portrayed a rape victim who is struggling to come to terms with reality, and has severe post-traumatic stress in the piece called “Ladies Day” in 2016, and the show premiered at Sydney’s prestigious Griffin Theater. A year later, Wade played the character of Sledgehammer in the Australian romantic comedy “What If It Works?”, the story of Adrian, a technology nerd with the OCD, and Grace, a pretty street artist with a multiple personality disorder. His first project in the US America was in late 2017, in Heather Mitchell’s drama series, a story about the famous love of Romeo and Juliet. Wade plays the role of Benvolio Montague who is pushed into a position of responsibility as the sole heir to the Montague Empire, forced to obey a sinister plan to cement his family’s prominence.

Recent Endeavors

Most recently, Briggs had a role in David Fairhurst’s thriller “Reaching Distance” (2018), in which he plays a cynic named Logan who has a photographic memory, and is following his sister’s killer in a night-rider bus.

His career is still young, and he has already featured in several successful projects. Undoubtedly, the number of his film and TV credits will increase in the future.

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Wade Briggs Net Worth

Wade Briggs is one of the rising stars, and considering that he has spent only a few years in the film industry, his net worth is still relatively modest at around $300,000 as of early 2019, thanks to salaries from television series and movies. Wade has other skills as well – he is a good painter and cartoonist, which will surely increase his net worth.

Personal life, Relationships, Body Measurements, and Social Networks

Because of the gay character that Briggs played in “Please Like Me”, rumors and speculations about him being gay hit the media, but the actor denied those accusations stating that it was just a role, nothing else. Briggs had a girlfriend called Anna Samson, also an actress, and who he dated for some time, proposed to her in February 2016, but the couple broke up soon afterwards. At the moment, Wade is dating Roxiena Fousi. Briggs’ height is 5ft 11ins, and with a wel-toned body. When it comes to the social networks, he is active on Instagram where he has over 31,000 followers, so you can check out his profile and numerous pictures there.

Olivia Wilson

Olivia Wilson is currently a reporter for AffairPost based in London, United Kingdom. Prior to joining AffairPost in September 2018, she was a entertainment reporter. Olivia studied journalism at Cardiff University, graduating in 2010.

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  1. Why on earth would you write that saying that someone is gay is an accusation? Homosexuality has not been a crime in either Australia or the UK for decades!

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