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Actor Joe Locke is well known for his role as Charlie Spring, the main character in the Netflix series Heartstopper, with Kit Connor playing his on-screen love interest, Nick Nelson. Heartstopper is his first credited role, per IMDb.
Heartstopper, which first premiered on Netflix on April 22, 2022, is based on Alice Oseman’s popular graphic novel of the same name, which tells the love story of Charlie Spring, a timid gay student at Truham School who has not long been out, and Nick Nelson, a rugby player a year older, who sits beside him in class.
As of 2022, Joe Locke has a net worth of an estimated $200,000 - $600,000 (approx.) according to Celeb Wiki Corner.
His salary from Netflix’s Heartstopper is unknown.
It has already been confirmed that there will be a season two and three of the hit show due to its popularity, with Locke to return with his fellow cast mates. Heartstopper has wowed viewers with its sweet love story between two teenage boys at a fictitious grammar school.
His Instagram, Twitter and TikTok handles are joelocke03. Netflix users are obsessed with both Charlie Spring and Joe Locke, but the actor has also been presented with hate online, which he has called out. The actor has Instagram, Twitter and TikTok accounts (all @joelocke03) but the main source of hate has been from Twitter. Locke opened up about trolls calling him “ugly” after the release of the Netflix programme and how the remarks have affected him. One person tweeted, “it’s the fact that this is Joe Locke’s first big acting role, and you guys are ruining it by trending “Joe Locke ugly.”” Another responded by saying, “all of you that caused this are disgusting.”
Despite the hate from a small corner of the internet, the fact the show has been renwed and Locke is seen as a rising star of British TV shows his huge popularity.
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