The Malfoy family of Harry Potter is now a household name, with a love triangle, drug problems, and a tragic demise.


Tom Felton turns 34 today – happy birthday Tom! So, to celebrate the occasion we’ve taken a look at the Malfoy family to see what they’re getting up to since Harry Potter came to a close

Today (September 22) marks Tom Felton’s 34th birthday – happy birthday Tom! Or should we say Draco Malfoy?

Everyone’s favourite Slytherin has gone on to have a glowing career since taking the role of the slightly-evil wizard in the popular film franchise.

But what about the rest of Tom Felton’s on-screen family? Well, here at Brinkwire – to celebrate Tom’s birthday, we’re taking a deep dive into the Malfoy family and what they’ve been getting up to since Harry Potter concluded.

From a successful filmmaking career, to a Hollywood sweetheart and a tragic death – the Malfoy family have had quite a time since the Hogwarts days.

Born September 22, 1987, Tom turns 34 today.

He began appearing in commercials from a young age and made his film debut in the role of Peagreen Clock in The Borrowers in 1997.

The Draco actor was in a relationship with stunt assistant Jade Olivia Gordon from April 2008 until early 2016.

And she even played Draco’s wife in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2.

In January 2021, he was confirmed for the lead role in Sara Sugarman’s Save The Cinema which began filming at the start of the year in Wales.

In July 2021 he released an EP named YoOHoO. He shared the cover of the collection with his 10million Instagram followers, to which fans praised the actor and singer for his new work.

One fan penned: “Love this EP Tom! My boyfriend and I keep listening to YoOHoO on repeat. Congrats.”

He’s also pretty big on TikTok and has more than 9million followers.

In March 2020, Isaacs played in the lead role of Dr Paul Griffith in the CBS drama pilot Good Sam.

In August 2020, Jason revealed that he had battled a “decades-long love affair with drugs”.

He spoke of how a bartender had slipped him and his friends a bottle of Southern Comfort when they were just 12 years old.

He said: “The next morning, I woke up with a splitting headache, stinking of puke with a huge scab and the memory of having utterly shamed myself.

“I just know I chased the sheer ecstatic joy I felt that night for another 20 years with increasingly dire consequences.”

Eventually, he realised he needed. Brinkwire presents summary news.


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