Morgana Robinson

Morgana Robinson

Date of birth: 07-05-1982

Morgana Robinson was a part-time actress working as a waitress at London restaurant Roka, when she was spotted and signed by Russell Brand‘s agent John Noel. In 2009, she appeared in a running sketch in Channel 4's TNT Show as Gilbert, as a teenage boy. The segment courting some controversy because it was felt the character mocked those special needs.

In 2010, Channel 4 commissioned a five-part comedy sketch show - The Morgana Show – and went on to star in the impressionist/sketch show Very Important People. She was also a regular in Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer's sitcom House Of Fools and played Pippa Middleton in The Windsors, Channel 4's comedy parody of the Royal Family.

In 2016, she starred in her own BBC Two series The Agency, set around the clients of a showbusiness agent.

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Vicki Pepperdine and Morgana Robinson unite for BBC sitcom

Set in a seaside boarding house

Vicki Pepperdine and Morgana Robinson are joining forces for a new BBC sitcom.

In Always June, Pepperdine plays the eccentric landlady of a ramshackle seafront lodging house, struggling to meet her bills.

And Robinson plays an aspiring young novelist who takes a room, looking for inspiration and a new life. ‘She may have got more than she bargained for,’ producers say. ‘Can she cope with the chaos that surrounds her new home?’

The pair also wrote the show, which is described as being ‘about love, security and finding a family’, with a one-off so far commissioned for Radio 2.

The episode will be recorded in front of a studio audience in RADA, central London, on December 16, and free tickets are available here.

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Published: 21 Nov 2019

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