Is Bob Morley Gay? His Girlfriend, Dating, Relationship, Family, And More
Television actor Bob Morley, one of the cast members of television series The 100, has stormed the media by his outstanding performance portraying the character of 'Bellamy Blake.' He is also known for his role as Drew Curtis in Home and Away, and Aidan Foster in Neighbours.
Fans Wishes About Bob's Affair With Cast Member
Australian actor Bob portrays 'Bellamy Blake' in 'The 100'. He plays the role of 'Blake' whereas his co-star, Eliza Taylor plays the role of 'Clarke Griffin.' In the series, the two has a different lifestyle and are not on-screen partners.
Though the couple is not an on-screen pair, many of their fans wished to see them together either on-screen or off-screen. They even wanted Eliza to be his girlfriend. However, their relationship never extended to romance as they seem to be good friends.
Dating Red vs. Blue's Actress, Mentions Him As Love!
Bob Morley is dating Red vs. Blue's actress Arryn Zech. The couple announced their love affair via an Instagram post. Recently, on 23 January 2018, Arryn Zech shared a picture of her with Bob and mentioned him as the love of her life in the caption.
Bob and his girlfriend, Arryn were previously spotted in Paris at the Space Walkers Con, back on 2 May 2016.
Bob with his girlfriend, Arryn Zech in Paris, in an image posted on 2 May 2016 (Photo: Twitter)
Furthermore, on 26 May 2018, Bob and his girlfriend took their picture in a lavish room of carpets and shared it on Arryn's Instagram, which indeed hints that the couple is still together, enjoying a smooth relationship.
Previously, Bob was in a relationship with Jane Gosden, back in 2014. However, their relationship ended shortly after a year, in 2015. Not only that, but he also dated Australian Actress, Jessica Tovey in 2007, before he hooked up with Jane. Their affair tragically ended up in 2008.
Bob Morley's Gay Rumor!
Bob Morley became the core of attraction to the fans when he portrayed the gay role in the TV series Neighbours. Later, he was surrounded by the gay rumors, after he shared an on-screen same-sex kiss in the series.
You Can Also See: Martin Shkreli Wiki, Girlfriend, Wife, Gay, Family
In the TV series, Bob portrayed the character of a gay boyfriend of Chris Pappas. Behind the reel life, he is in a relationship with a female companion, which eliminates the confusion of his sexual preference.
Family: Parents & Siblings
Bob was raised by his Australian-Irish father and a Filipino mother. His parents died when he was at his young age. He is the youngest children in his family and has three siblings; two older sisters, and an older brother.
How Much Is Bob Morley's Net Worth?
Bob Morley has accumulated the net worth of $3 million. He gathered the fortune from his career in acting. He earned the revenue from his long-running TV series like Home and Away (2006–2008), Neighbours (2011–2013), and The 100 (2014–present)
Then after, he portrayed the character of 'Drew Curtis' in television series Home and Away in 2006. He also appeared in It Takes Two in 2007. Similarly, he was later cast in the Nine Network's 2008 action drama series The Strip as 'Tony Moretti.' He also starred as 'Lorca' in the play Palindrome for a Dead Poet in 2009.
Bob has also portrayed the role of 'Craig' in the movie Road Kill (2009), 'Nick' in the film Blinder (2013) and 'Avi' in Lost in the White City (2014).
Bob started his career by acting in several university theatre productions, short films, and plays. In the early phase of his career, he appeared in a low-budget horror movie, Dead Harvest, released in 2005 and also appeared in Angels with Dirty Faces which was his first breakthrough in his life.
He has been portraying the character of 'Bellamy Blake' in television series The 100 which was first aired on 19 March 2014.
Born on 20 December 1984, Australian-born-actor Bob was raised by his parents in Kyneton, Victoria, Australia. Bob, who stands at the height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m), belongs to Filipino-Australian descent. After Bob completed his high schooling, he went to Melbourne and started his engineering degree. Later, he decided to join La Trobe University to enroll in creative arts.