Neal Bledsoe is a Canadian and American actor, writer, and filmmaker. He rose to fame for his roles in the series Gossip Girl and Ugly Betty. He also appeared in a television advertisement for Old Spice. As a writer, he has written films, poems, short stories, cartoons, essays and articles. In 2014, he became a contributor to Sports Illustrated’s MMQB. His long-form series, The Delicate Moron, chronicled his attempt to play for the Los Angeles Kiss of the Arena Football League. In 2015, he received a commission to write and direct and star in the short film Primary. In December 2022, Bledsoe announced that he was leaving the Great American Family network because of their anti-LGBTQ stance.
Actor, Writer, and Filmmaker
Canadian and American
Birthday / Date of Birth
Neal Bledsoe was born on the 26th of March 1981, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
He’s currently 42 years old.
Neal went to a co-ed private boarding school, Shawnigan Lake School. Bledsoe also attended Idyllwild Arts Academy. The Academy is famous for its training in music, theatre, dance, visual art, creative writing, film, and interdisciplinary arts. Later, he graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC.
- Father – Unknown
- Mother – Mahalia McKellar
- Siblings – Unknown
Girlfriend / Spouse
Neal Bledsoe has dated –
- Asha Leo – Bledsoe is dating Asha Leo according to the sources. Asha is a British fashion model and television presenter. Neal and Asha were seen together in Guinness World Records’ go head to head for the title of the Fastest Time to Alphabetize the Letters in a Can of alphabet soup.
- In feet – 6 feet 3 inches
- In centimeters – 191 cm
- In meters – 1.91 m
- In Kilograms – 82 kg
- In Pounds – 181 lbs
He wears a size 12 (US) shoe.
Neal became known as a Canadian actor who rose to fame for his roles in the series Gossip Girl and Ugly Betty. He has had recurring roles in The Mysteries of Laura and The Man in the High Castle. In 2020, he starred in the Western film A Soldier’s Revenge.
In 2005, Bledsoe had his first film onscreen role in the movie The Ridge as Noah and he made his theatrical film debut as Donald in the thriller movie Junction (2012).
In 2005, Neal landed his first role in television by appearing as Quinn in the series, Guiding Light.
Neal Bledsoe Net worth
Neal Bledsoe has an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars as of 2023.
Social Media Profiles
- Instagram – becauseibledsoe
Some Lesser Known Facts About Neal Bledsoe
- Bledsoe was born in Toronto, but grew up in Seattle, Washington. Both of his grandfathers served in the Air Force during World War II. His mother was a life insurance underwriter and estate planner before becoming an executive for a company.
- His maternal grandfather was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his part in the bombing of the Nazi oil refinery at Ploiești.
- He moved fourteen times around Seattle area growing up, living in Magnolia, Ballard, Fremont, Edmonds, Magnolia again, Ravenna, Downtown, Queen Anne, West Seattle, Queen Anne again, Fremont again, Queen Anne a third time, Bainbridge Island and Capitol Hill.
- His father has a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto where he studied under the philosopher Marshall McLuhan.
- Neal who was in love with acting didn’t miss a single movie or a series that he was offered. In 2005, he was first seen on Television.
- Bledsoe played in films, Junction (2012), Sex and the City 2 (2010), Revolutionary Road (2008), and Police State (2017). He played the character Quinn in Guiding Light.
- As a writer, he has written films, poems, short stories, cartoons, essays and articles.
- In 2014, he became a contributor to Sports Illustrated‘s MMQB.
- He published a profile in Men’s Health magazine on former NFL running back and Ballers writer, Rashard Mendenhall.
- In 2015, he received a commission to write and direct and star in the short film Primary.
- He also has a dog named Pirate who probably has more Instagram followers than you do.
- Neal is a big fan of the Seattle Mariners and Seahawks. He enjoys baseball as much as any other baseball player or fanboy.
- In December 2022, Bledsoe announced that he was leaving the Great American Family network because of their anti-LGBTQ stance.