Stuart Alan Jones is a fictional character from the Channel 4 drama series Queer as Folk, portrayed by Aidan Gillen. Working at an advertising agency in Manchester, Stuart spent a significant portion of his time in pubs or the night club Babylon on Canal Street. Enthusiastic at sex and once said he wants to "die shagging."[1] Although he is not a gay activist, Stuart always acts aggressively toward homophobes.

Stuart ranked at #48 in the's 2010 poll, Top 50 Gay Characters of All Time.[2] Gillen was nominated for Best Actor at the 1999 BAFTA TV Award for the role.[3]

Background[edit] Edit

Stuart comes from an Irish middle-class family.[4] He moved to Manchester with his family when he was a teenager.[5]

Relationships[edit] Edit

Stuart pursues one-night stands and didn't show any apparent interest in finding a regular partner throughout the show.

Vince Tyler[edit] Edit

Stuart and Vince have been good friends since they were 14, and Vince seems to be the only friend he trusts. When they helped clean up the porno stash of Vince's friend, Phil, Stuart planned to give Vince a set of spare keys of his flat and hoped Vince would do the same for him if anything happened.[6] Eventually Stuart and Vince became boyfriends.

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