Sophie Morgan’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Sophie Morgan (Sophia Louise Morgan) was born on 24 February, 1985 in Crowborough, United Kingdom, is a Television presenter. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Sophie Morgan’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
|Popular As||Sophia Louise Morgan|
|Age||36 years old|
|Born||24 February 1985|
|Birthplace||Crowborough, United Kingdom|
What is Sophie Morgan’s net worth?
Sophie Morgan’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Sophie Morgan is 36 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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Early Life: Source Wikipedia
Morgan has appeared in Horizon for BBC Two, The One Show for BBC One and has reported for Channel 4 News as part of the No Go Britain series which examines accessibility and transport issues for the disabled. In 2019, Morgan presented ‘The Secrets of Amazon’, an edition of the Channel 4 current affairs series Dispatches. Notably, although she appeared in a wheelchair, the programme made no reference to her disability.
In June 2018, Morgan bought a case against one of her Instagram followers for sexual harassment, who was given a suspended prison sentence. He breached a restraining order and was held in prison. In March 2019, on trial at inner London crown court, he was ordered to be held in a psychiatric hospital after advice from doctors, awaiting further trial.
In 2015 Morgan travelled to Ghana, West Africa, to present The World’s Worst Place To Be Disabled?, a documentary for BBC Three made as part of the channel’s Defying the Label season. Nora Groce, an anthropologist working with people with disabilities in the developing world, described the documentary as “an accurate depiction of the life faced by millions of persons with disabilities”.
In 2013, Morgan presented Licence to Kill, a documentary for BBC Three about road accidents like hers caused by young drivers. The documentary won the Royal Television Society’s award for Best Current Affairs film of 2013., for The Independent, described it as “an often heartbreaking film, focusing on the misery that follows road-traffic accidents and the terrifying insouciance of young people about their own survival.” Following broadcast of the film, Morgan teamed up with BBC Learning and Drive iQ to launch the Licence to Kill Schools Tour, visiting schools and colleges to promote young driver safety. The tour was endorsed by organizations including Road Safety GB, Transport for London, and RoadSafe.
Morgan was one of the presenters for Channel 4’s sports coverage of the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London, and co-hosted, with, the channel’s coverage of the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. Morgan has also co-hosted Channel 4’s paralympic magazine show, The Superhuman Show, with , and presented coverage of the 2016 IPC Swimming European Championships.
In 2010, Morgan designed the “Mannequal”, a wheelchair for a mannequin which was installed in Adidas and Debenhams.
In 2008, Morgan appeared in BBC Three’s Britain’s Missing Top Model. For the series, 8 women with disabilities competed to impress a panel of judges and “prove that they have what it takes to become a model.” The winner received a fashion shoot for Marie Claire magazine with photographer Rankin.said that the series aimed to challenge boundaries in the beauty and fashion industries.” Morgan was the runner-up to . In 2011, Morgan was one of 12 women who were part of Stella McCartney’s Adidas campaign for her ‘MY2012’ sportswear collection.
In 2004, 9 months after her accident, Morgan took part in the first series of BBC Two’s Beyond Boundaries, which followed 11 disabled people on an expedition to traverse 220 miles across Nicaragua from its Atlantic coast to its Pacific coast. She contracted amoebic dysentery in the jungle, requiring 5 days’ hospitalisation, and was unable to complete the expedition. A follow-up program, Beyond Boundaries: Where Are They Now?, was broadcast in 2009.
In recognition of her work with The Back Up Trust, a charity providing support for people with spinal cord injuries, Morgan was named Girl of The Year by Cosmopolitan in 2004. In 2013, she was named Ultimate Campaigner of the year in Cosmopolitan’s Ultimate Women Awards. In 2015 Morgan became a patron of disability charity Scope. She is also an ambassador for Parallel London, the inclusive, disability-led push/run event. She has also assisted in promoting SEAT, a programme to help disabled youths learn to drive.
(born 1985), is a British television presenter and former reality television contestant. Morgan suffered a T6 spinal cord injury in a road traffic accident in 2003, resulting in paralysis from the chest down. In 2016, she was a lead presenter for Channel 4’s TV coverage of the Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Morgan was born near Crowborough, East Sussex, in 1985. Her father is a retired wine broker and her mother held various positions as a nurse, gundog trainer and air stewardess. Morgan was educated at Cumnor House School, Danehill, East Sussex, and at Gordonstoun School in Moray, Scotland.