Colin Morgan Biography
Colin Morgan is a Northern Irish actor best known for his work in the BBC fantasy series Merlin and in DBC Pierre’s Vernon God Little in 2007. Morgan made his London stage debut in 2007 as Vernon God Little in DBC Pierre’s Vernon God Little.
Colin Morgan Age | Birthday
How old is Colin? Morgan is 36 years old as of January 2022. Colin was born on 1 January 1986 in Armagh, United Kingdom. He celebrates his birthday every 1 of January.
Colin Morgan Education
Morgan attended the Integrated College of Dungannon in 1997. Morgan earned a National Diploma in Performing Arts from the Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education in 2004. In 2007, he graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
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Where is Colin Morgan from?- Nationality | Ethnicity
Colin is an England national and citizen by birth. He was born in Armagh, United Kingdom. He is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Colin Morgan Height | Measurements
How tall is Colin? Morgan Irish actor stands at a height of 5 feet 11 ¼ inches(1.83m). However, details about his other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.
Who is Colin Morgan’s father?|Family |Parents
Morgan was born and raised in Armagh, Northern Ireland, to painter and decorator Bernard and nurse Bernadette. He is the youngest brother of two brothers who were raised as Roman Catholics.
Does Colin Morgan have a brother? |Siblings
He was born together with his older two brothers. He has an elder brother named Neil.
Did Colin Morgan get married?|Wife
The well-known actor is not married. He appears to be dating Katie McGrath, an Irish beauty. His fiance has worked on the British-American series Dracula (2013– 2014), the BBC One series Merlin (2008– 2012), the Canadian horror anthology collection Slasher (2016), and other projects.
Colin Morgan Wedding
The famous Northern Irish actor is still dating, More details regarding his relationship and wedding ceremony will be updated as soon as possible.
Colin Morgan TV Shows and Movies
- 2021 – Three Families
- 2019 – The Crown
- 2016 – The Living and the Dead
- 2015–2018 – Humans
- 2014–2016 – The Fall
- 2014 – Quirke
- 2010 – Colin & Bradley’s Merlin Quest
- 2009 – Merlin: Secrets and Magic
- 2009 – The Real Merlin and Arthur
- 2008–2012 – Merlin
- 2008 – Doctor Who
- 2007 – The Catherine Tate Show
- 2021 – Genuine Fakes
- 2021 – Belfast
- 2018 – The Happy Prince
- 2018 – Benjamin
- 2017 – Waiting for You
- 2016 – The Laughing King
- 2016 – The Huntsman: Winter’s War
- 2015 – Legend
- 2014 – Testament of Youth
- 2011 – Island
- 2011 – Parked
Colin Morgan’s Net Worth
Colin has an estimated net worth of $4 Million.
Colin Morgan Career
In 2007, Colin Morgan was founded by theatre director Rufus Norris, who was blown away by his abilities. Morgan was still in his final year of college when Norris cast him as the titular character in ‘Vernon God Little.’ Morgan’s first professional West End stage performance in London was a big success. In the same year, he played Esteban, an aspiring young writer, in ‘Todo Sobre mi Madre’ (All about my mother). The play was written by Pedro Almodóvar. Morgan was nominated in the Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Awards for ‘London Newcomer of the Year’ for his roles in ‘Vernon God Little’ and ‘Esteban.’
Morgan portrayed Leo Elster in the science fiction series Humans.’ That same year, he played Frankie Shea in the gangster film ‘Legend.’ In 2016, he starred in ‘The Laughing King,’ a short film intended at raising awareness about mental diseases such as depression. Morgan played Jake, a young man who returns to his hometown with the express intention of committing suicide. The short film premiered at the London Short Film Festival. During the same time period, he portrayed Nathan Appleby in the BBC One series ‘The Living and the Dead.’ He also appeared in the third season of ‘The Fall,’ as well as the second season of ‘Humans.’ In ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War,’ he played the Duke of Blackwood (2016).
He returned to television after a year of theater playing. He plays a cruel scribe in the Irish crime drama ‘Quirke.’ In the second season of ‘The Fall,’ he played a detective sergeant. Morgan starred in the first audio dramatization of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s novel ‘Good Omens.’ He was chosen to read the narration for “Addicts Symphony.” The film was inspired by the life of James McConnel, a musician and recovering alcoholic who inspired eleven addicted classical players to perform at a concert. Morgan starred in the science fiction series Humans as Leo Elster. He played Frankie Shea in the mafia film ‘Legend’ the same year.