Who Is Aisling Bea’s Partner...Is She Married?
With the rise in her popularity from her role as Aine in the comedy series This Way Up, Aisling Bae is also expected to return in season 3 of the highly popular show. In the Channel 4 show, first released in 2019, Bae portrays the lead character's journey of getting her life straightened up after a nervous breakdown.
In the story, Aine has a protective sister, Shona (played by Bad Sister Sharon Horgan), who is bisexual and lives with her male partner.
Later in season 3 (date to be still announced), fans are eager to see how the relationship between the two sisters with their respective love interests will turn out, especially between Aine and her close friend Bradley (played by Kadiff Kirwan), as they are getting closer when Aine's relationship with Richard has grown complicated.
Indeed, we must let the season decide the fate of the characters. But the fans, as of now, are eager to know about Aisling Bae's love life off-screen, including her relationship status, marital status, and dating history. Of course, many of her curious fans want to know whether the Taskmaster star is single or has a boyfriend or husband.
Bea, who prefers to keep her private affairs out of public knowledge, is rumored to have dated some popular names in the past. Let's discuss this.
Does Aisling Bea have a baby?
No, Aisling Bea is not married and hasn't had any children.
Who is Aisling Bea's partner now?
According to Mirror, Bea and Sheen dated in 2018, and they were first spotted exiting the NHS Heroes Awards, hosted by ITV and the Mirror in London in May. After that, they spent months dating each other before seemingly confirming their relationship in December, sharing a photograph of them at a New York charity event for refugees.
In 2019, the alleged breakup rumors of Bea and Sheen hit the internet. At the same time, the tabloid soon started linking Bae to the Spider-Man: No Way Home actor Garfield. They were also spotted attending a theatre production of Hamilton.
However, these reports have not been confirmed by any of the three.
Aisling Bea's former partner Andrew Garfield on the set of 'Soho House Short Film.' (Photo Credit: Instagram)
And if the reports are even true, Bea's union with new partner Garfield came after her split with Sheen, who now shares a daughter with actress Kate Beckinsale.
In the past, Sheen is known to have dated actress Rachel McAdams and comic Sarah Silverman.
Likewise, Garfield was fresh from his split from former partner Rita Ora when he started dating Bea.
He was previously in a relationship with his Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone, whom he dated between 2011 to 2015.
A Look into Aisling Bea's career
Apart from her acting chops, Bea is equally known for her writing skills and stand-up comedy, which kicked off in 2011.
After spending a year unpacking gritty jokes on stage, she became the first female in twenty years to win the prestigious The Gilded Ballon's So You Think You're Funny award at the 2012's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
In 2014, the comic bagged the British Comedy Awards for Best Female Stand-Up on television.
Bea's acting credits include television shows like 8 out of 10 Cats, A League Of Their Own, Trollied, Taskmaster, and BBC's Hard Sun. Similarly, she is known for writing Channel 4 comedy This Way Up.
She was recently involved in Doctor WHo's 2022 New Year's Day special episode 'Eve of the Daleks.'
When not actively involved with the entertainment industry, the actress finds solace in reading books.
Bea is understood to be an avid reader who puts posts on her social media recommending books to her fans and well-wishers.
She holds a degree in French and Philosophy from Trinity College, Dublin.
Does Aisling Bea have a sister?
The Kildare-born Irish entertainer grew up without a father, who committed suicide when she was three-year-old. However, she only learned about the tragedy only at the age of thirteen.
Their mother raised Bea and her younger sister Sinead O Sullivan after their's father death.
"It was just me, Sinead, and Mammy at home, and I went to an all-girls school from the age of five to 18, with only female teachers. We were alpha females – all of my aunts are kind of like me. Men were like foreigners, and I'm still finding out what they eat and what they do at Christmas, she jokingly shared.