Neil Morrissey is a 59-years-old British Actor from the United Kingdom. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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According to the wiki and biography of Neil Morrissey was born on 4 July 1962 in United Kingdom. let’s check out the Neil’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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Morrissey avoided bankruptcy over his failed business ventures but entered an IVA. Morrissey now owns a chain of pubs in Staffordshire, including The Plume of Feathers in Barlaston, and more recently The Old Bramshall Inn in Bramshall. The latter opened its doors as a Neil Morrissey pub on 28 June 2018, an event that Neil Morrissey attended.
He attended Thistley Hough High School, in Penkhull, where he discovered a love for acting through the encouragement of teacher Sheila Steele. He studied for his A-levels at the City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College. It was there that he realised that his time in care would end at the end of his first year, aged 17, with the bleak prospect of a move to a working boys hostel that could end his academic and dramatic career. A solution was found through the family of his friend, Mark Langston, who fostered Neil until the summer of his 18th birthday.
In 2017, he played the role of Greg McConnell in ITV’s The Good Karma Hospital, and was Peter Carr in Series 3 of Unforgotten in 2018.
In 2016, he joined the cast of Grantchester for the second series. He played the role of Harding Redmond. Also in 2016, he took part in the second series of ITV’s reality series Bear Grylls: Mission Survive.
In 2015, he played a character called Keith, who is Johnny (Joe Maw) and Tee’s (Mia McKenna Bruce) villainous mother’s former boyfriend, in the CBBC sitcom The Dumping Ground, for one episode. In December 2015, Morrissey starred in BBC Two’s comedy drama A Gert Lush Christmas, playing the father of Russell Howard’s character.
Morrissey starred alongside Adrian Edmonson, Robert Webb and Miles Jupp in the play Neville’s Island at Duke of York’s Theatre, London during Autumn 2014.
In July 2013, Morrissey reprised his Skins role as Marcus Ainsworth, the father of Hannah Murray’s character Cassie Ainsworth. He appeared in both parts of Skins Pure.
In January 2012, Morrissey took on the role of Fagin in Lionel Bart’s musical Oliver at the Palace Theatre in Manchester.
In August 2009, he promoted a national tour of the play Rain Man. During the 2009 Christmas season he played the role of Buttons in the Pantomime Cinderella at The Assembly Rooms in Derby. Morrisey returned due to popular demand in the pantomime Aladdin playing the character of Wishey-Washey at The Assembly Rooms in Derby.
Morrissey part owned the lease on the Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn in Marton, North Yorkshire. From this base came the Morrissey Fox range of real ale, developed by Morrissey and chef Richard Fox which is still in production. In June 2009, it was reported that his Welsh pub had failed and the lease to Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn was handed back to the owner after just 18 months on 22 October 2009.
In July 2008, with delays encountered on the construction of Hurst House-at-the-Mill, a luxury hotel in Hertfordshire due to open in 2009, the Laugharne-based assets of the Hurst House group went into a packaged administration. The assets were subsequently bought by new investors backing Roberts, resulting in the end of Morrissey’s association with Laugharne.
In 2007, he appeared in British TV show Skins as the father of Cassie and made a guest appearance in Neighbours as a priest, remarrying long term characters Susan (Jackie Woodburne) and Karl (Alan Fletcher) on a boat on the River Thames. On 11 October 2007 he made his first appearance in the BBC’s Waterloo Road as new deputy head teacher, Eddie Lawson. Taking the role to pay for his business problems, Morrissey was in this role for two series stating later that he left due to the poor quality of the scripts, making his final appearance in May 2009.
In 2006, he was the guest host for an episode of Channel 4’s The Friday Night Project before taking on the role as presenter on the BBC Two car related game show Petrolheads.
On 1 April 2006, a BBC Three spoof programme titled Neil Morrissey’s Secret documented sides of Morrissey’s life that were previously unknown to the world at large. It alleged he has a house, wife and two children in Jordan as well as a degree in Botany for which he had studied for 20 years. These studies were integral to his motivation to find a breakthrough in anti-ageing. According to the documentary he has invented a cream called ‘The Essence’ which contains extracts of a plant found only in a remote Jordanian village. In the documentary the cream’s acolytes include celebrities such as Jane Seymour, Gloria Hunniford and Philippa Forrester. The show followed Morrissey as he carried out his research which involved years of study and crossing continents, funded by his lucrative acting career.
In 2006, Morrissey was awarded an honorary degree from Staffordshire University. He is a supporter of Crystal Palace FC. A fan of real ale, in 2011 he produced a real ale with the club called Palace Ale.
His other West End theatre work includes Speed, Robin Hood, The Daughter In-Law and his critically acclaimed West End performance in A Passionate Woman. In 2005 Morrissey performed in Victoria Wood’s musical adaptation of Acorn Antiques alongside Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston and Josie Lawrence. Morrissey took over the role of Nathan Detroit from Nigel Lindsay in the London revival of Guys and Dolls from March to June 2006.
Morrissey’s love of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas led him to buy up numerous properties in the village of Laugharne, including the Hurst Hotel, the New Three Mariners pub and Brown’s Hotel in April 2004 for £670,000. In October 2006, it was announced that the business had put Brown’s Hotel on the market to finance the redevelopment of the Hurst Hotel, and the expansion of the private members’ club, Hurst House in Covent Garden, London.
In 2002, Morrissey returned to TV screens in the drama series Paradise Heights which ran for two series. He then had a starring role in the BBC sitcom Carrie and Barry from 2004 until 2005.
Morrissey also starred in two-part TV comedy drama released on 23 April 2000 ( traditionally William Shakespeare’s birthday), Happy Birthday, Shakespeare, in which he portrayed a coach driver. One of his colleagues (played by Amanda Holden) was the object of his desire.
Morrissey had an affair with Amanda Holden in 2000, leading to her divorce in 2003 from comedian Les Dennis.
Morrissey also starred in the John Godber film about rugby league Up ‘n’ Under and voiced several characters in the children’s television series Bob the Builder, including the lead character, between 1998 and 2012. During his voice acting role, he achieved two UK number 1 singles, with “Can We Fix It?” (which was the 2000 UK Christmas No 1), and “Mambo No 5” in 2001. After the original series ended, he later provided the narration for Morph (in recent years) and Maisy.
His role as Tony in Men Behaving Badly was created to replace the character of Dermot after Harry Enfield’s departure from the series. The series became one of the most popular UK sitcoms of the 1990s and turned Morrissey into a national star and a target for the tabloid newspapers. His ongoing romance storyline with co-star Leslie Ash led to the pair appearing in several advertisements for Homebase. In 1997, he starred in the Comedy Premiere The Chest and in 1998 two TV productions: the one-off My Summer with Des for the BBC and The Vanishing Man for ITV.
Morrissey married Amanda Noar in 1987 after meeting her when she guested in an episode of Boon; the couple have a son born in 1989. The couple divorced in 1991. He then became engaged to actress Elizabeth Carling, whom he had first met in 1989, when she too was working on Boon. They parted on good terms, and she later guest starred alongside him on Men Behaving Badly. His subsequent affairs have been well documented by the British tabloids, including dating Rachel Weisz after starring together in My Summer with Des in 1998. They lived together at his flat in Crouch End, north London.
Offered the leading role as Robin Hood in The Theatre Chipping Norton’s 1982 pantomime, Morrissey agreed to leave the Guildhall School in the first term of his third year. He quickly paid off his student debts by landing parts in film and theatre productions. In 1984, Morrissey played Able Seaman Matthew Quintal in The Bounty alongside Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins and Laurence Olivier. In the same year, he also appeared in episode 5 (of series 5) of the police drama Juliet Bravo, shown on BBC1.
Morrissey shot to fame in the mid-1980s as dim biker Rocky in the ITV drama series Boon. In 1990, he played the lead role of Noddy in the British spoof horror film I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle, which involved many of the actors from Boon.
Neil had developed his skills and reputation as an actor though his teenage years at Stoke Schools Theatre, Stoke Repertory Theatre and Stoke Original Theatre, performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1979. His application to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama resulted in an unconditional offer, which paved the way for the next steps in his theatrical growth. Arriving with no educational grant and no living funds, he was helped by the school to obtain an educational grant, and he ‘sofa-surfed’ for his first year with friends. During this time he and a fellow student started a street theatre act, which gained them an agent, and hence the required 40 hours of bookings to gain an Equity card.
Neil Anthony Morrissey (born 4 July 1962) is an English actor, voice actor, comedian, singer and businessman. He is known for his role as Tony in Men Behaving Badly. Other notable acting roles include Eddie Lawson in Waterloo Road; Nigel Morton in Line of Duty, and Rocky in Boon.
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|Real Name||Neil Anthony Morrissey|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||59 Years|
|Date Of Birth||4 July 1962|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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Neil Morrissey Personal Life, Spouse, Wife
Neil Anthony Morrissey Net Worth
The Neil Anthony Morrissey Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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