Neil Morrissey Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Son, Family, Movies and TV Shows, Line of Duty

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Neil Morrissey Biography

Neil Morrissey is an England actor, voice actor, comedian, singer, and businessman best known for his role in Men Behaving Badly. He is best known for his portrayal of Tony in Men Behaving Badly. Deputy Head Eddie Lawson in the BBC One school-based drama series Waterloo Road, Nigel Morton in Line of Duty, and Rocky in Boon are among his other notable roles.

How old is Neil Morrissey?-Age

How old is Neil? He is 60 years old as of 2022. He was born Neil Anthony Morrissey on 4 July 1962 in Stafford, United Kingdom.

Neil Morrissey Nationality

Neil is an American national and citizen by birth. He was born in Stafford, United Kingdom. Neil is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. ALSO READ: John Hagee

Neil Morrissey Height and Measurements

He stands at a height of 6′ 2″ (1.9 m). Nevertheless, he has not shared more data concerning his other body measurements in the public domain. Moreover, we will update this section once the data are provided.

Neil Morrissey Family and Parents

Neil Anthony Morrissey was born on July 4, 1962, in Stafford, England, to psychiatric nurses. He was born alongside his younger brother, Stephen, with whom he did not grow up fully because they all lived in different foster homes. Morrissey was raised at Penkhull Children’s Home by Margaret Cartlidge.

Neil Morrissey’s Wife and Son

Amanda Noar was Morrissey’s wife. Amanda appeared in an episode of Boon, and the two married in 1987 and divorced in 1991. They have a son who was born in 1989. He then met actress Elizabeth Carling in 1989, while she was filming Boon. The couple got engaged and then divorced. He has also been linked to Rachel Weisz, with whom he shared a flat in Crouch End, north London.

Neil Morrissey Line of Duty

He was cast in the role of D.C. Line of Duty, a British BBC police procedural television series starring Nigel Morton. Detective Constable Nigel Morton is Gates’ closest colleague.

Neil Morrissey Career

Morrissey rose to prominence during the mid-1980s. In I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle, a British parody horror film, he played Noddy. Following the departure of Harry Enfield from the series, his role as Tony in Men Behaving Badly was created to replace the character of Dermot. Morrissey has appeared in the John Godber rugby league film Up’n’Under and the Bob the Builder children’s television series. In 200, he had two UK number one singles in his voice acting career, with “Can We Fix It?” and “Mambo No 5”. Morrissey first appeared on television in the Paradise Heights drama series in 2002. He starred in the BBC sitcom Carrie and Barry from 2004 to 2005.

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In 2007, he played Cassie Ainsworth’s father in the British TV show Skins. In 2009, he made his final appearance in Waterloo Road, a school-based drama series. Morrissey reprised his Skins role as Marcus Ainsworth in 2013. He appeared in both parts of Skins Pure. Morrissey appeared in one episode of the CBBC comedy The Dumping Ground in 2015 as Keith. In December 2015, Morrissey appeared on BBC Two in the comedy-drama A Gert Lush Christmas. In 2016, he joined the Grantchester cast for the second series. In 2017, he played Greg McConnell in ITV’s The Good Karma Hospital. He played Peter Carr in Series 3 of Unforgotten in 2018.

Morrissey’s love for Welsh poet Dylan Thomas led him to purchase several properties in Laugharne village in April 2004. In October 2006, it was revealed that the company had put Brown’s Hotel up for sale in order to fund the redevelopment of the Hurst Hotel. Morrissey took over the lease on the Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn in Marton, North Yorkshire, in July 2008, due to construction delays at Hurst House-at-the-Mill. In June 2009, it was revealed that his Welsh pub was in trouble. Morrissey now runs a pub chain in Staffordshire, including The Plume of Feathers in Barlaston.

Neil Morrissey’s Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $5.8 Million.

Neil Morrissey TV Shows and Movies


  •  2004 Bob the Builder: The Knights of Can-A-Lot
  •  2004 Monkey Trousers Various roles
  •  2004 Bob the Builder: The Big Dino Dig
  •  2005 The Adventures of William Shakespeare
  •  2006 Acorn Antiques: The Musical
  •  2006 Curious George
  •  2008 Clubbed
  •  2010 Inn Mates
  •  2011 The Adventures of William Shakespeare
  • 2011 Care for Kids
  •  2012 Run for Your Wife
  •  2015 A Gert Lush Christmas
  •  2016 Sing


  •  2012–2016 Line of Duty
  •  2012 Me and Mrs. Jones
  • 2013 Skins Pure
  •  2014 Comedy Playhouse
  •  2015 The Dumping Ground
  •  2015 Death in Paradise
  •  2016 Grantchester
  •  2016 Bear Grylls: Mission Survive
  •  2016 The Night Manager
  •  2017— The Good Karma Hospital
  •  2017 Striking Out
  • 2018 Moving on
  •  2018 Unforgotten
  •  2019 The Trial of Christine Keeler