Hugo Johnstone-Burt’s Early Life

Hugo Johnstone-Burt was born in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh. When he was two years old, he moved to Australia and grew up in Sydney. Both of his parents served in the navy. His brother is a soldier, and his sister is a lawyer.

Hugo Johnstone-Burt was born in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh.
Hugo Johnstone-Burt is a well-known actor.
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After graduating from Barker College, Johnstone-Burt auditioned for the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) at 18. He was informed that he was too young to attend, so he traveled instead. When Johnstone-Burt returned to Australia, he auditioned for NIDA again and was accepted. In 2009, he played Jack in The Importance of Being Earnest in his graduation play.

Hugo Johnstone-Burt ‘s Net Worth Collection

Hugo Johnstone-Burt has a net worth of $1 Million. He appeared in Rake and Sea Patrol episodes and the film Before the Rain. He also appeared in Underbelly: The Golden Mile as a young thug. The actor stated that the role allowed him to play a tougher character than he is in real life and that it gives you a bit of a rush. The Inside Film Awards nominated Johnstone-Burt for an Out of the Box Award.

A week before graduating from NIDA, Johnstone-Burt was approached to play the brain-damaged Fish Lamb in Tim Winton‘s Cloudstreet adaptation. The actor believed he had done well to land the role following the audition. Johnstone-Burt joined the cast of the drama series Tricky Business in March 2012.

The following month, Johnstone-Burt revealed that he had filmed a guest appearance on Home and Away. The actor described his character, Jamie Sharpe, as a super-creepy stalker and stated he had worked extensively with Ada Nicodemou. In the musical drama film Goddess, he co-starred with Magda Szubanski.

In the third season of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Johnstone-Burt reprised his role as Hugh. He also co-starred with Dwayne Johnson and Kylie Minogue in the feature film San Andreas. In the Network Ten drama The Wrong Girl, Johnstone-Burt played Vincent, the brother of the lead character Lily, played by Jessica Marais.

Hugo Johnstone-Burt’s Relationship Detail

Since 2016, Hugo Johnstone-Burt has been with Nine News reporter Julie Snook. In November 2019, the couple announced their engagement. They met in a pub in Sydney. It took months of convincing Julie to date him.

Hugo Johnstone-Burt and Julie Snook announced their engagement in November 2019.
Hugo Johnstone-Burt is married to Julie Snook.
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The pair just moved into a new place a few days before our meeting and are looking forward to settling in. They do not have a child yet. Hugo tells TV WEEK, “It was your classic love story.” “Boy sees girl, boy has 27 beers to summon the courage to speak to girl and then slurs a few words, girl doesn’t like him, boy contacts her on social media… and then the real love story begins.”

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