Jamie MacColl is a musician and has been involved as a guitarist in the Bombay Bicycle Club, an Indie Rock band, since 2005.
Further, Jamie is also a researcher in Research United Services Institute(RUSI). The evolution of the cyber threat landscape, cybersecurity, emerging technologies’ roles in defense policy, etc., are some of his research interests.
|Parents||Neil MacColl, Justine Picardie|
|Education||University of Cambridge|
10 Facts On Jamie MacColl
- From a post on Tumblr, Jamie MacColl is 32 years old as of 2021. Also, it is found that Jamie’s birthday falls on the same date as Prince Harry’s, i.e., September 15.
- Jamie MacColl is the son of Justine Picardie and her former partner Neil MacColl. His mother, Justine, is a British novelist, and his father, Neil, is involved in the music sector like him. Likewise, he also has a younger brother named Tom MacColl.
- More on his family, Jamie has a stepfather named Philip Astor. His family also consists of his American folksinger grandparents: Late Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger. What’s more, Ewan is known as the godfather of folk songs.
- About his social media presence, Jamie owns a verified Instagram and Twitter account with over 2,400 followers. Most of his Instagram uploads are about his personal life updates.
- Jamie MacColl is married to Isabel Perry. They got wedded in 2019, on August 18.
- The artist met his now-wife in 2016 while campaigning. After dating for around three years, they chose to become officially one.
- Moving on to MacColl’s net worth, his primary income source is his engagement in the research field. Adding to that, he also gets his earnings from performing in a band.
- In February 2020, Jamie and his sibling Tom were found Covid-positive in London; thankfully, they got well because of continuous nursing from his wife, Isabel.
- Academically, Jamie MacColl is a graduate of King’s College, London, in 2018. He also holds a Master’s degree in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge.
- This diligent student was awarded two Sir Michael Howard Prizes. One is for securing the highest first-year mark in 2016 and another for the best graduating student in 2018.