Diane Morgan Biography, Career, Family, Spouse, and Net Worth.

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This article will answer every question you have about Diane Morgan. Below are some of the frequently asked questions about her.

  1. What does Morgan do for a living?
  2. Who are Morgan’s parents and siblings?
  3. What are Morgan’s interests and hobbies?
  4. Is Morgan married or does she have a girlfriend/boyfriend?
  5. Does Morgan have any children?
  6. Where is Morgan now?
  7. How tall is Morgan?
  8. How much money does Morgan earn?
  9. What is Morgan’s net worth?

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Who is Diane Morgan?

Diane Morgan is well-known an English actress, comedian, television presenter, and writer. She is best known for playing Philomena Cunk on Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe and in other mockumentaries, as Liz in the BBC 2 sitcom Motherland, and Kath in the Netflix dark comedy series following Life. She also wrote and starred in the BBC 2 comedy series Mandy.

Diane Morgan career

He had a small part as Dawn in Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights before a spell working various jobs, including as a dental assistant, a telemarketer, a potato peeler at a chip shop, selling Avon, and boxing up worming tablets in a factory. She subsequently made her first attempt at stand-up comedy. She was placed 2nd in the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year award in 2006 and as runner-up in the 2006 Funny Women Awards.


Morgan and Joe Wilkinson later formed a sketch comedy duo named 2 Episodes of Mash. From 2008, they performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for 3 consecutive years, and in 2010, they appeared on Robert Webb’s satirical news show Robert’s Web. The act completed its 2nd BBC radio series (co-starring David O’Doherty) and appeared in BBC Three’s Live at the Electric in 2012.


She appeared in Him & Her, which features Wilkinson, and in 2013, she played Nicola in the TV series Pat & Cabbage in 2012. She made an appearance in the TV series Utopia, as Tess, and 2015, she appeared in two episodes of Drunk History in 2014.


Morgan is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Philomena Cunk, an extremely dim-witted and ill-informed interviewer and commentator on current affairs. The character 1st appeared in a regular segment on Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe from 2013–2015. Cunk has since appeared in other mockumentary contexts. In December 2016, she presented BBC Two’s Cunk on Christmas. The 5-part historical mockumentary Cunk on Britain began broadcasting on BBC 2 in April 2018.


Morgan wrote Cunk on Everything: The Encyclopedia Philomena, published by Two Roads on 1 November also in 2018. Morgan appeared as Cunk for short episodes of Cunk and Other Humans, once again on BBC Two in December 2019. She backed in a one-off episode of Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe titled “Antiviral Wipe”, about the COVID-19 pandemic, in May 2020. Another series, Cunk on Earth, began broadcasting in September 2022.

A photo of Diane Morgan
A photo of Diane Morgan

How old is Diane Morgan?

Morgan is currently aged 47 years old as of 2023, having been born on October 5, 1975, in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. She shared her birthday with popular people such as Jacob Tremblay, Aaron Carpenter, Kate Winslet, Mahogany LOX, Claire Crosby, and many more.

Diane Morgan Family

Who are Diane Morgan’s Parents?

Morgan was born and raised in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England to his parents. Her father was a physiotherapist, mum raised the two kids and ran the home, but their names are not known by the media.

Does Diane Morgan have Siblings?

She was born into a family of two children, she has only one brother, but her brother’s name is not known by the media.

Diane Morgan Education

He attended George Tomlinson School in Kearsley, when she was 20, she studied at the East 15 Acting School in Loughton

Diane Morgan Spouse

Morgan is not married yet, but she is in a relationship with her partner BBC comedy producer Ben Caudell. Morgan lives in the Bloomsbury district of London with her boyfriend.

Diane Morgan Kids

She is not married yet, Morgan does not have any children herself.

Diane Morgan Height

Adding up to her well-curved and beautiful body, she stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) and a weight of 132 lbs (60 kg).

2016 to 2010

Morgan played David Brent’s public relations guru in the film David Brent: Life on the Road in 2016. She has appeared in several short films, including The Boot Sale, which was shortlisted in the Virgin Media Shorts film competition in 2010.

Morgan played Mandy in Sky One’s comedy Rovers, appearing in all six episodes of the 1st series in 2016. She also appeared in the pilot for the BBC2 comedy We the Jury as Olivia. She also plays receptionist Talia in Sky’s comedy-drama Mount Pleasant and Liz in the BBC2 sitcom Motherland.


Morgan plays Kath in the Netflix black-comedy series following Life, written by Ricky Gervais. She starred in the Gold sitcom The Cockfield’s, again alongside Wilkinson, and in comedy-drama Frayed in 2019. She wrote, directed, and starred in the BBC2 comedy short Mandy, described as “a comedy by Diane Morgan about Mandy, a woman who really, really wants a sofa, and will stop at absolutely nothing to get it” in 2019.


Carol Decker appeared as herself in the short. It returned in August 2020 for the full series Mandy, with Shaun Ryder, Maxine Peake, and Natalie Cassidy in guest roles. A Christmas special, We Wish You a Mandy Christmas, loosely based on A Christmas Carol, was broadcast in December 2021.


Morgan played Gemma Merrick in the British mockumentary Death to 2020, created by Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones also in 2020. She reprised the role in Death to 2021. She voiced the character 105E in the 2021 animated Cartoon Network series Elliott from Earth. Morgan starred as Donna in the first episode of the seventh series of Inside No. 9 in April 2022. She reprised her role as Liz on Motherland for the Christmas special in December 2022.

Diane Morgan’s Net Worth

Morgan is an English actress, comedian, and writer who has a net worth of $3 million as of 2023.