Piers Morgan

Born Piers Stefan O’mera, on March 30, 1965, in Surrey, England, Piers Morgan is an English writer, journalist and television personality.

Piers Morgan is the son of Vincent Eamonn O’mera, an Irish dentist and Gabrielle Sybille, an English woman.

Piers Morgan attended Harlow College where he studied Journalism.

Piers Morgan started his career as a freelance writer for The Sun in 1988. Piers Morgan in 1994 was appointed editor of News of the World for the Daily Mirror.

This position he started as an acting editor and was subsequently confirmed as the editor in the summer of the same year.

And with that, Piers Morgan became the youngest national newspaper in over fifty years at the age of 29 years.

Piers Morgan left his enviable position at the Daily Mirror in 1995 after he published a story and photograph of the wife Charles Earl Spencer leaving a rehabilitation clinic which was then an offence to publish any demeaning news on any member of the British royal family.

After leaving the Daily Mirror in 1995, Piers Morgan worked as an editor and in other roles for various newspaper and broadcast cooperations and is recognized as one of the best journalists in British history.

He has worked as the co-host of current affairs on Channel 4 and has also been a judge on America’s Got Talent show in 2006.

On May 4, 2006, Piers Morgan launched the First News newspaper together with Nicky Cox and Steve and Sarah Thompson.

Piers Morgan

Though Piers Morgan was not the owner of the newspaper, he was the editorial director and The First News is said to be a weekly paper solely for youngsters between the ages of seven to fourteen years and is the first newspaper for children in Britain.

In September 2014, Piers Morgan was named the first editor-at-large for the MailOnline operation in the United States.

Who is Piers Morgan wife and how many kids have they?

Piers Morgan has four children and is a one-time divorcee. He is married to Ceila Walden, also a journalist.

Source: unitedshowbiz.com.gh

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