Hattie Morahan Biography

Published On Aug 23, 2016
Facts of Hattie Morahan
Date of Birth: 1978
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Height: 5 Feet 8 Inch
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While Hattie was at Cambridge, she met love of her life Blake Ritson. Blake Ritson is an actor and he is also famous for being a producer. After being in love with each other for about a decade, they are now engaged and promised to get married soon. Her nationality is English and she is of white ethnicity. She is five feet and eight inches in her height.

As a child, Hattie attended Frensham Heights School. After completing her higher secondary education, she wanted to join Newcastle University but her father pursued her to join New Hall, Cambridge. There she majored in English and she finally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from there in 2000. There she also excelled in acting as she performed the role of Catherine in the play A View from the Bridge. She is also the director of this play. For this role, she won the most outstanding performance at the National Student Drama Festival. She has been active as an actress since the mid 1990s. In 1996, she was seen starring the role of Una Gwithian in the BBC show The Peacock Spring. In 2001, she played the role of Lucy in the play Love In A Wood. This show was performed in the RSC Swan Theatre. That year, she appeared in the plays like Hamlet and The Prisoner's Dilemma. In 2002, she starred in the short movie Too Close To The Bone. She got her rise in fame in 2008 after she portrayed the role of Gale Benson in a British crime film The Bank Job. She is also critically acclaimed for her role in The Bletchley Circle and Mr. Holmes. She is now aged 38 years old. Her net worth is in millions.

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Born in Lambeth, London, England, United Kingdom

1978

Talented and beautiful lady, Hattie Morahan was born as Harriet Jane Morahan at the end of 1970s in Lambeth, London, England, United Kingdom to Anna Carteret and Christopher Morahan. She is the youngest child of her parents.

Began her acting career

1996

She has been active as an actress since the mid 1990s. In 1996, she was seen starring the role of Una Gwithian in the BBC show The Peacock Spring. In 2002, she starred in the short movie Too Close To The Bone. 

Won the most outstanding performance award

1999

At the end of 1990s, she directed and starred in the play A View from the Bridge. She performed the role of Catherine in this play and for this role she was honored with the the most outstanding performance award. She won this award at the National Student Drama Festival. 

Performed in the theater play, Love In A Wood

2001

In 2001, she played the role of Lucy in the play Love In A Wood. This show was performed in the RSC Swan Theatre. That year, she appeared in the plays like Hamlet and The Prisoner's Dilemma.

Appeared in the movie, The Bank Job

2008

She got her rise in fame in 2008 after she portrayed the role of Gale Benson in a British crime film The Bank Job. In 2013, she starred in the movies like Having You and Summer in February. 

Appeared in the television series, The Bletchley Circle

2014

Hattie Morahan is an actress from United States. She is famous for her role in movies, stage shows and TV series. She is famous for portraying the role of Alice in a television mystery drama miniseries The Bletchley Circle. 

Guest appeared in the radio show, Trevor's World of Sport

2006

She is not only known as an actress for her role in movies, TV series and stage shows but also for her performance in the radio show. In 2006, she played the guest role of Carrie in the radio show Trevor's World of Sport. 

Began dating Blake Ritson

2008

While Hattie was at Cambridge, she met love of her life Blake Ritson. Blake Ritson is an actor and he is also famous for being a producer. After being in love with each other for about a decade, they are now engaged and promised to get married soon.

Won Shanghai International TV Festival

2008

In 2008, she starred the role of Elinor Dashwood in a 2008 British television drama Sense and Sensibility. For this role, she got her first nomination in Shanghai International TV Festival in 2008 and she also won this award that year for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Film.