Joseph William Locke is a Manx actor who was born on September 24, 2003. He is most recognised for his part in the Netflix series Heartstopper as Charlie Spring.
He performed in shows at the Gaiety Theatre and with the Kensington Art Centre's young group as part of the 2020 National Theatre Connections.
In April 2021, it was revealed that Locke would feature as Charles ``Charlie" Spring in the 2022 Netflix coming-of-age series Heartstopper, with Kit Connor, in an adaptation of Alice Oseman's web comic and graphic novel of the same name.
Through an open casting call, he was picked from among 10,000 other actors who applied for the role.
Locke played a 14-15 year old student in an English boys' grammar school while he was 17 years old at the time of filming.
Locke has discussed his experiences as a young gay man.
Early childhood development and education
Locke was born on the Isle of Man town of Douglas. Ballakermeen High School was his alma mater. In April 2022, he informed ITV's "This Morning" that he was preparing for A Level exams.
Locke and three classmates petitioned government officials while still in high school to restart the Syrian refugee debate on the practicality of receiving refugees.
In the year 2022, we discovered that Joe had only one acting credit. He recently finished the TV series Heartstopper (S1:EP1). Heartstopper – 2022 is a TV series directed by Alice Oseman and set in the year 2022.
Joseph Balderrama, Sebastian Croft, and Kit Connor star in this TV series. The premiere date for the Heartstopper TV Series is April 22, 2022.
Plot – In this coming-of-age story, Charlie and Nick, two teenagers, discover that their unexpected friendship may be more than that as they negotiate school and young love.
Joe Locke is one of the wealthiest jazz musicians and one of the most well-known jazz musicians. Joe Locke's net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.