Who is Petrice Jones?
Petrice Jones is an British actor and acrobat from England. He rose to fame after starring as Tall in the YouTube original series Step Up High Water. He has also appeared in the opening ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics as an actor and acrobat.
Petrice Jones Age, Birthday
Jones is 28 years old as of 2021. He was born on May 10, 1993, in England thus, he is of English Nationality. He celebrates his birthday on August 29th every year.
Petrice Jones Height
Jones stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches.
Petrice Jones Education
Jones trained as an actor at the National Youth Theatre of London in 2011.
Petrice Jones Family | Sister
Jones was born and raised in England by his parents. However, he has not shared any information regarding his parents or childhood. This section however is under review and will be updated soon.
Jones has three siblings, two elder brothers and a twin sister who is three minutes younger than him. His twin sister, Lauryn Mcclain, is a famous actress, model, and social media star.
Petrice Jones Girlfriend
Jones has not revealed information about his girlfriend yet. He has managed to live a private life away from the public and only shares information about his career as an actor. Information about his relationship status will be updated soon.
Petrice Jones Net worth
Jones has an estimated net worth of $500,000 from his career as an actor.
- Age: 28 years
- Birthday: May 10
- Nationality: English
- Wife: N/A
- Occupation: actor
- Net Worth: $500,000
Petrice Jones Career as an Actor
Petrice Jones had been in London for four years before deciding to relocate to the United States. He chose to audition for Step Up High Water, a YouTube Red series based on the popular film franchise of the same name. Everything changed when he received a callback.
In the series “iBoy,” the 26-year-old actor made his television debut. As Shotgun, he played a minor role in the film. It was released in the United States of America on January 27, 2017.Adam Randall directed the film iBoy. Jones also appeared in the 2017 TV series “Stan Lee’s Lucky Man” in a minor role. Furthermore, he played Nathan Tate in the episode “Lamb to the Slaughter.”