27 May 1979
|Known for||Role of Russell Owen|
|Notable work||Russell Owen in Hollyoaks|
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! (2009)
After leaving Art college where he studied Fine Art photography Manning joined Models One where he worked with photographer Bruce Weber on an Abercrombie and Fitch Campaign. He also worked on many commercials including "Pepsi" directed by Michael Bay.
Manning started his acting career in an ITV soap opera Night and Day playing Sam Armstrong. Manning won the 2002 British Soap Awards "Hero of the Year" award for that role. He played Mark Thompson in an episode of Holby City before joining the cast of Hollyoaks in 2004. After five years of playing the role of Russell Owen, Manning decided to quit the show. He left the series in a storyline that saw him kidnap his baby son Max and leave for France.
He appeared as a contestant on the ninth series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! in 2009. He finished overall in fifth place on the show.
Manning appeared in the UK tour of A Passionate Woman alongside Kaye Mellor and Anthony Lewis in 2011.
In 2014, he appeared in an episode of Doctors as Paul Carter, and in 2015, he also appeared in The Dumping Ground as Matt Branston and Casualty as Clyde Jackson, in the last of a trio of special Casualty "Noir" episodes.
|2001||Night and Day||TV||Sam Armstrong||Recurring Role, 26 Episodes|
|2004||Holby City||TV||Mark Thompson||1 Episode, Episode Titled: "You Can Choose Your Friends"|
|2004–2009||Hollyoaks||TV||Russell Owen||Series Regular, 127 Episodes|
|2009||I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!||TV||Himself||Contestant, 5th Place|
|2012||Banged Up Abroad||TV||Dwight Worker||1 Episode, Episode Titled: Mexico/Black Palace Of Horrors"|
|2014||Doctors||TV||Paul Carter||1 Episode, Episode Titled: "The Soundtrack of Your Life"|
|2015||The Dumping Ground||TV||Matt Branston||1 Episode, Episode Titled: "Party Games"|
|2015||Casualty||TV||Clyde Jackson||1 Episode, Episode Titled: "Holby Sin City"|
- Internet Movie Database. "Stuart Manning". Retrieved 30 May 2007.
- Seale, Jack. "Casualty Sin City: the soft-boiled Frank Miller homage no one expected". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media Limited. Retrieved July 7, 2015.
- Stuart Manning at the Internet Movie Database
- Stuart Manning's Official Website
- Stuart Manning on Twitter