Who Is Rikki Beadle Blair's Wife? Married Life Explored Of Actor

Rikki Beadle Blair came out as gay but people are still thinking he has a wife.Learn what we know about it.

Richard Barrington "Rikki" Beadle-Blair is a British/West Indian actor, director, screenwriter, dramatist, singer, designer, choreographer, dancer, and songwriter.

He is the artistic director of Team Angelica, a multi-media production business.

Who Is Rikki Beadle Blair's Wife? 

It does not seem that Rikki Beadle Blair does have a wife.

Well, He has come out to be gay. He mentioned that his buddies were pretty welcoming of any flamboyance he possessed, and that he felt fairly secure to be upfront and experiment with whether he wanted to kiss males or girls.

When he was in his late teens, Beadle-Blair felt limited by his lack of drama school background and felt "too black, too homosexual, too odd."

But, as he puts it, "the only glass ceiling that can hold you down is your own."

He started working for himself, forming a dancing group with pals and performing in London nightclubs, joining a band, and even creating his own snake act.

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Rikki Beadle Blair Children & Family Details

Rikki Beadle Bliar does not have children as he is yet to be married.

Talking about his family,Blair was born in Camberwell and reared in Bermondsey, both in south London, by Monica Beadle, a single mother.

She went to Britain when she was 12 and was the first black student at her Peckham school.

Rikki grew up with a four-year-old brother, Gary Beadle, and an eight-year-old sister.

He went to the Experimental Bermondsey Lampost Free School run by Lois Acton.

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Rikki Beadle Blair Net Worth Details

Rikki Beadle Blair Net Worth is guessed to have a net worth of 2 million dollars.

In the 2016 Birthday Honours, eadle-Blair was named a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to drama.

Beadle-Blair completed and premiered FREE, the "sibling" film to FIT, which was also co-produced and published by Stonewall, in March 2014.

Beadle-Blair directed, designed, and co-produced a limited run of slap by Alexis Gregory at Theatre Royal Stratford East in March 2014.

Beadle-Blair had a lengthy creative relationship with fellow writer John R Gordon, who was also a Noah's Arc writer. Souljah, John's debut short film script, was directed by Beadle-Blair (2007) ,