Piers Morgan is an English broadcaster, journalist, writer, and television personality. Piers Morgan was born in Sussex on March 30, 1965, as Piers Stefan Pughe-Morgan.
Chailey Comprehensive, Lewes Priory Sixth Form College, and Harlow Journalism College were among his schools.
Piers Morgan worked as a reporter for the Surrey and South London Newspaper Group after a term at Lloyd’s of London, before becoming Showbusiness Editor of the Sun from 1989 to 1994.
From 1994 to 1995, Piers Morgan was the editor of the News of the World. According to Piers Morgan’s diary, Tony Blair invited Morgan to tea at the Commons in September 1994 during this time.
Piers Morgan left the News of the World to become Editor of the Daily Mirror, the newspaper’s arch-rival.
Morgan remained in that role until May 2004, when he was fired when the Mirror published phony images of soldiers allegedly torturing Iraqis.
Piers Morgan’s ex-wife, Who is Marion Shalloe?
Marion Shalloe and Piers Morgan started dating each other in 1990. The lovely pair married in 1991 in Hampshire, England, after only a year of dating.
Together, they have three children. Spencer William Morgan, their first child, was born in 1994 after they had been married for three years.
Stanley Christopher Morgan, their second son, was born in 1998. And Marion’s third son, Albert Douglas Morgan, was born in 2001.
Unfortunately, their romance did not endure as long as they had hoped, and in 2008, they divorced.