Colin Morgan Bio, Age, Wiki, Wife, Height, Parents, Salary, Net Worth

Colin Morgan Biography

Colin Morgan is well known as an Irish actor. In addition, he is known for playing the title character in the BBC fantasy series Merlin, Billy Clanton in Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, and Leo Elster in Humans. Besides, Morgan made his London theatre debut in 2007 as the title character in DBC Pierre’s Vernon God Little.

How Old is Colin Morgan? – Age

Morgan was born on 1 January 1986 in Armagh, United Kingdom, he is a vibrant 38-year-old actor who plays the title character in the BBC fantasy.

How Tall is Colin Morgan? – Height

He stands at an average stature of 6 feet (Approx 1.83m).

Colin Morgan Mother, Father, Siblings – Family

Morgan was born and raised in Northern Ireland, as the son of Bernard, who is a painter and decorator, and Bernadette, who is a nurse. He is as well the younger of two brothers and they were both raised as Roman Catholic.

Colin Morgan Education

In 1997, Morgan started his studies at Integrated College Dungannon. He starred in many college productions such as Surgical Sensations at St. Senapods and also Bad Day at Black Frog Creek. Likewise, Colin graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2007.

Is Colin Morgan Married? – Wife

Keen on maintaining a private personal life, Colin keeps details about his romantic life under wraps. However, he has been linked with an actress known as Katie McGrath, who played Morgana in Merlin and also Lena Luthor in Supergirl. They met on the set of Merlin and had a secret engagement, but their relationship status is still unclear.

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Colin Morgan Salary and Net Worth

Morgan is well known as an actor from Northern Ireland who has a net worth of $4 million.

Colin Morgan’s Career


In 2007, Morgan made his professional stage debut in London known as the titular character Vernon God Little mounted at the Young Vic. Additionally, the Telegraph said that Morgan “captures all the vulnerability, confusion and gallows humour of the adolescent hero who finds himself in no end of trouble.” That same year, he went ahead to play the role of Esteban, an aspiring teenage writer, again in the Old Vic stage adaptation of Pedro Almodóvar’s Todo sobre mi madre opposite Diana Rigg.

Morgan appeared in the Young Vic production of Thomas Babe’s A Prayer for My Daughter in 2008. Likewise, the Independent noted he brought Jimmy to life through “twisting, twitching mood-swings and a well mix of half-druggy cackling punk and half-angelic visionary.” Many also singled out his (remarkable level of twitchy intensity).

Additionally in 2011, he performed in the Royal Court Theatre production of Pedro Miguel Rozo’s play Our Private Life to favourable reviews known as Carlos, a (bipolar compulsive fantasist) homosexual who suspects he was molested by his father as a child.


In 2007 television, he first appeared as the embarrassed gay son John Leary in sketches on The Catherine Tate Show’s (Christmas Special). Later in 2008, Morgan portrayed the conflicted teenager Jethro Cane opposite David Tennant in the fan-favourite Doctor Who episode “Midnight.”

Furthermore, he is best known for playing the title role in BBC TV series Merlin from 2008 to 2012 Merlin chronicles the adventures of a young warlock who works as Arthur’s servant and Gaius’ ward; Merlin must secretly develop his magical gifts under the gaze of Kings Uther and also Arthur, both of whom despise the art.


Likewise, he took part in BBC Radio play Cry Babies by Kim Newman on BBC Radio 4 in March 2009, playing the part of Roger. Additionally in December 2014, he starred as Newton Pulsifer in the first audio dramatisation of the famous book Good Omens, written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, directed and also adapted by Dirk Maggs, and produced by Heather Larmour, as well on BBC Radio 4.


  • Vernon God Little
  • All About My Mother
  • A Prayer for My Daughter
  • Our Private Life
  • The 24 Hour Musicals Celebrity Gala
  • The Tempest
  • Mojo
  • Gloria
  • Translations
  • All My Sons
  • A Number


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