Neil Morrissey’s Shoe Size and Body Statistics
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Neil Morrissey is a British actor and voice actor who played Tony in the sitcom Men Behaving Badly along with Harry Enfield, Martin Clunes, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash, originally on Thames Television. He is also known for roles such as Eddie Lawson in Waterloo Road, Nigel Morton in Line of Duty, and Rocky in Boon. He is also notable for voicing several characters on the animated shows Bob, Roley, Scrufty, Lofty, Mr. Angelo Sabatini, Mr. Fothergill and Farmer Pickles in the UK version of Bob the Builder. Born Neil Anthony Morrissey on July 4, 1962 in Stafford, United Kingdom, to Irish parents May and Larry Morrissey, he is the third of four sons. He attended Thistley Hough High School, in Penkhull and studied for his A-levels at the City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College. He graduated from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1983. He started his career in 1984 playing Able Seaman Matthew Quintal in The Bounty alongside Mel Gibson, Laurence Olivier and Anthony Hopkins. He married Amanda Noar in 1987, and the couple had a son named Sam in 1989 before getting divorced in 1991.
Body Statistics Table
Neil Morrissey's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.9 m, 6′2½” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||83 kg, 183 pounds|
|Shoe Size (US)||Unknown|
Neil Morrissey Inspirational Quotes
I know it’s fashionable to blame your childhood for everything nowadays – thank you, Freud. The thing is, though, I really don’t feel scarred by mine. But perhaps if I’d been in therapy for 10 years, and you were able to read the records, you’d disagree.
When I look back over my career, I just feel pleased that I’m still working and getting some good roles. It’s been 30 years now, and a generation has grown up with me. There are kids who don’t have a clue who I am, but they queue up and ask for my autograph and admit their mums love me! It’s all good – I am having a ball.
I do know people who buy these huge houses but I always think, ‘What about all that furniture? You’re never even going to sit on it!’ I don’t want to rattle round in a big house.
My dad died 11 years ago, I don’t see much of my brothers, and I rarely speak to my mum. I don’t hold a grudge, but being separated in those early years clearly had an impact. Our relationship didn’t develop as it ought to.
Quite often, we’re swamped with friends. My house is known as Hotel Morrissey, which is quite handy whenever I need dog-sitters for Tiggy. She’s my tiny little rescue dog, the size of both of my feet put together.