Jamie Bulloch is a well-known personality who has been in the limelight for being Jeremy Bulloch‘s son. Talking about his father, Jeremy Bulloch was an amazing actor who had appeared in popular movies like Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Summer Holiday, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, Star Wars: New Hope, etc.
|Birthday||September 6, 1969|
|Parents||Jeremy Bulloch and Maureen Bulloch|
|Siblings||2 brothers (including Robbie Bulloch)|
|Education||Rosemead School, Whitgift School, Bristol University, School of Slavonic and East European Studies|
On December 17, 2020, Jeremy was announced dead while undergoing treatment at St. George’s Hospital. He was already 75 years old and the cause of his death has been determined to be Parkinson’s disease. Is Jamie Bulloch married? Yes, Jamie is a married man and the name of his wife is Katharina Bielenberg.
— 🇪🇺 Jamie Bulloch (@jamiebulloch) December 1, 2020
10 Facts on Jamie Bulloch:
- Jamie Bulloch’s wife, Katharina Bielenberg is an associate publisher who has been currently providing her services at MacLehose Press.
- As of 2020, Jamie Bulloch’s net worth is being calculated and you can expect the official information to be out very soon.
- Talking about his family, Jamie Bulloch was born to Jeremy Bulloch and Maureen Bulloch.
- Well-known as Jeremy Bulloch‘s son, Jamie Bulloch is actually a historian as well as a translator well-known for translating German literature.
- Moving on to his age, he was born on September 6, 1969, and thus, he is already 51 years old.
- Talking about his siblings, he has a total number of two brothers, one of whose name is Robbie Bulloch and he is an actor.
- According to his bio on Wikipedia, he was born as well as raised in Tooting, London, England.
- With nearly 711 followers, Jamie can be found using Twitter where his username is @jamiebulloch.
- Moreover, he and his wife Katharina share a total number of three daughters together.
- Furthermore, Jamie had completed his schooling at Rosemead School and Whitgift School. Later, he completed his graduation from Bristol University and earned his MA degree in Central European History from the School of Slavonic and East European Studies.