Robin Morgan



Robin Morgan is a versatile Welsh comedian, writer, and actor hailing from Cardiff.

He has  appearances on BBC Two's Mock The Week, BBC Radio 4's The News Quiz and The Now Show, as well as the co-creation of Ellie Taylor’s Safe Space on BBC Radio 4. In the realm of television, Robin takes center stage in the Michael Winterbottom-directed drama This England, featuring the acclaimed Kenneth Branagh and broadcasted on Sky Atlantic.

Noteworthy credits continue to pour in with his participation in Comedy Central’s Richard Hammond’s Brain Reaction, Sky One’s Romesh Presents..., and CBBC’s The Dog Ate My Homework. On the live stage, Robin has been hailed as "wonderfully cheeky and engaging" by Three Weeks and described as "a phenomenal comic - utterly hilarious" by Broadway Baby.

Having performed at the Edinburgh Festival stage with four solo shows, his debut in 2016 garnered critical acclaim, earning a ★★★★ review from the Sunday Times. This success led to the adaptation of the show into a half-hour recording for BBC Radio Wales, aptly titled 'Robin Morgan: Proposes'.

Robin's third solo show, filmed at the Edinburgh Festival in 2019, is now available for viewing on Next Up Comedy. As he continues to captivate audiences, his fourth show, 'Snip Snip, Bitch,' embarks on a UK tour in 2023.

Beyond the spotlight, Robin is an accomplished comedy writer for both television and radio, with an impressive portfolio that includes Have I Got News For You (BBC One), The Mash Report (BBC Two), 8 Out of 10 Cats (C4), Too Hot To Handle (Netflix), The Great Pottery Throw Down (Channel 4), Late Night Mash (Dave), Hello America (Quibi), Blind Date (C5), and the MTV European Music Awards (MTV), among other notable projects.

His talents extend to the role of a television warm-up artist, with The Graham Norton Show (BBC One) among the programs benefiting from his infectious energy and comedic finesse. 

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