Colin Morgan is such actor who is filled with passion for acting and considers himself lucky and privileged for being involved in the profession.
The actor who believes in challenging oneself is popular for his roles in the television series, Merlin, The Living and the Dead, Humans and The Fall.
Colin Morgan has been an entertaining audience for a decade with his varieties of roles and jaw-dropping performance.
He not only earned recognition and fame from the notable works but also huge revenue.
Even after a morning full of interviews and a questionable phone connection, both actors were exceedingly gracious, and the camaraderie between them was obvious.
Knowing the end is nigh for the knights, ladies, druids, sorcerers and dragons of Camelot made it a massive but bittersweet treat for us to talk to stars Colin Morgan and Katie Mc Grath by phone all the way from London.
Colin is also appreciated with his work in the Catherine Tate Show which was on-air in the year 2007.
Colin father was a painter whose name is Bernard and a creative decorator whereas his mother was working as a nurse whose name is Bernadette.
In an interview with uk on 2015 Colin said; "We’ve heard from those working in post-production that it is nothing that people will have seen on TV before.
Then he appeared in various other television series including Doctor Who, Colin & Bradley’s Merlin Quest, Quirke, Humans, The Living and the Dead.
He has also enacted in numerous movies including Parked, Island, Testament of the Youth, The Huntsman Winter’s War, The Happy Prince and The Rising.
The actor has also received wide recognition for his stage role as Ariel in The Tempest and performance in movies like Testament of Youth, The Huntsman: Winter’s War and Legend.
Colin embarked his career on stage in the West End playing the honorary character, Venom God Little in at the Young Vic in 2007.