American actor Conard Ricamora, besides portraying tempting on-screen romance through his characters, has been in an off-screen romantic relationship with his boyfriend, Joshua Cockream.
Conard Ricamora’s Love life
The actor has been dating Josh since 2017 and has been very frank about his relationship from the start. However, Josh first appeared on Ricamora’s Instagram on June 12, 1028, where the couple is seen together, enjoying their time in France.
Josh is a strategy consultant at Deloitte Consulting LLP, New York, and the couple currently lives together in New York with their adorable dog Wilbie.
The duo often appears on each other’s Instagram posts, sharing a glimpse of their good times, and are also seen attaining theatre events together.
Career and Net Worth
Ricamora made his career debut with the film Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby in 2006, and since then, he has equally explored television and theatre shows as well.
However, his role as Ninoy Aquino in the Here Lies Love, an off-Broadway musical, in 2013 gave him sufficient recognition after he received a Theatre World Award for his amazing portrayal.
Moving on, the actor has been part of several notable works such as How to Get Away with Murder, Soft Power, The King and I, and The Resident. Besides, for his work in Here Lies Love and Soft Power, he received two Lucille Lortel Award nominations for the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical.
From his flourishing career, the actor has earned a net worth of 1.3 million dollars, as per the report.
Born on February 17, 1979, in California, the actor’s father is Ron Ricamora, a U.S. Air Force veteran, while his mother is Debbie Bolender, a social worker. From his father’s side, the six-foot-tall actor carries a Filipino heritage, and his step-mother Debbie belongs to German and Irish ancestry.
Furthermore, the actor acquired his education from the University of Tennessee and Queens University of Charlotte. While he was young, he played tennis a lot and was an amazing player. And, for his openness on his sexuality, Human Rights Campaign honored the actor with a Visibility Award in 2016.