English actor Stephen Tompkinson has suffered from an illness called dementia – and is in the better condition these days.
Stephen Phillip Tompkinson is an English actor， best known for his television roles in Chancer (1990)， Drop the Dead Donkey (1990–1998)， and Ballykissangel as Father Peter Clifford.
Tompkinson has also presented or narrated several other UK television shows， including a documentary about FIFA’s 100 Years of Football.
What Is Stephen Tompkinson Illness? His Health Update
English actor Stephen Tompkinson had suffered from an illness known as dementia， where the memory power of the individual is affected.
His dad also suffered from the same disease， dementia. Sadly， his father died of Alzheimer’s in 2015.
As of now， Stephen Tompkinson’s health is better. Stephen Tompkinson joined Wednesday’s Good Morning Britain via video link to discuss his new dementia campaign with hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid.
Stephen’s introduction was the first time the hosts recognized him.
Actor Stephen Tompkinson is a great supporter of people who have dementia and supports them in conducting programs and rallies frequently.
Over 55，000 people have joined a dementia research study through @beatdementia. These volunteers are vital to keep momentum going.
Could you join them? There are so many ways you can support research (even from your sofa!) https://t.co/4VwQlguHkE pic.twitter.com/2zJ3yjZEHo
— AlzheimersResearchUK (@AlzResearchUK) November 14， 2021
Talking about his childhood， Tompkinson was born in the County Durham town of Stockton-on-Tees. His family relocated to Scarborough， North Yorkshire， when he was about four years old.
He then moved to Lytham St Annes， Lancashire， where he grew up and attended St Bede’s Roman Catholic High School and St Mary’s Sixth Form， both in Lytham.
In “The Plotters of Cabbage Patch Corner，” Tompkinson debuted as a red Admiral butterfly.
Stephen Tompkinson Family And Children
Stephen Tompkinson’s family consists of his wife， Jess Johnson， and one children whose identity is hidden by the couple.
The couple got married in 2017 and have been happily married since.
He was married to Celia Anastasia and then engaged to Ballykissangel co-star Dervla Kirwan after the pair divorced.
He then married Nicci Taylor， with whom he has a daughter， Daisy Ellen. In December 2006， it was announced that they had separated and would divorce.
In 2006， Tompkinson made his directing début in the Midlands with The Lightning Kid， a BBC1 afternoon drama.
He was followed by a film team filming Director’s Debut: Stephen Tompkinson’s Story， which aired just before the drama， to show the difficulties faced by a debut director.
Me & my hero x pic.twitter.com/20NlGeiB7U
— Stephen Tompkinson (@StephenTompki19) September 3， 2019