This biographical article is written like a résumé. (April 2009)
Jennings was born in London, England. He has been acting since the age of ten. As a child actor he trained at the Sylvia Young Theatre School;, he took a break from acting in 2001 to study Politics at the University of Liverpool.
Since his graduation in 2004, he has been acting regularly on screen, radio and in theatre, often in roles far below his actual age due to his youthful appearance.
Jennings' drama credits includes: Urban Gothic (Urban Gothic Prods), Randall and Hopkirk (Ghost Productions), The Wings of Angels (BBC), The Affair (Anglia/HBO), Watch (Spelthorne Prod/BBC), Casualty (BBC), The Fast Show (BBC), Tom's Midnight Garden (BBC), All About George (ITV), Brief Encounters (BBC), Jericho (ITV), Doctor Who (BBC) The Idiots Lantern and The Good Housekeeping Guide (BBC). Eastenders (BBC), The Bill (ITV) and in September 2008, he appears in "Harry and Paul" (BBC).
His radio and audio credits include: Just Prose (BBC Radio 3), Feelings Under Siege (BBC Northern Ireland) and I, Davros (Big Finish Productions), in which he played the iconic Doctor Who villain Davros during his youth.
Jennings is a supporter of Chelsea Football Club. He appeared regularly as a presenter on the 'ChelseaFansChannel' on YouTube which was a channel created in January 2014. He is now a presenter of a similar channel called 'CFC FANTV'.
In 2017, Rory married Victoria Kemp, a successful TV Producer whose television credits include many entertainment shows including “Celebrity Big Brother' and 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
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