Sharon Horgan Net Worth: $10 million (approx.)
|Net Worth:||$10 Million (approx.)|
|Salary:||$300-$500 Thousand Per project|
|Date of Birth:||13 July 1970|
|Height:||5 ft 5 in|
Sharon Horgan net worth is estimated to be around $10 million. Sharon Horgan is a famous Irish actress, comedian, producer and writer.
Sharon Horgan is famously known for her role as Theresa O’Leary in Absolute Power and as Beth in the 2005 movie Imagine Me & You and she has also starred in movies and television series such as Monkey Dust, Women on the Verge and Game Night.
Sharon Horgan earns over $1 million as salary annually. Sharon Horgan net worth is due to the success in her career as an actress, writer, comedian and producer.
Sharon Horgan Biography:
|Born||Sharon Lorencia Horgan|
13 July 1970 (age 52)
Hackney, London, England
|Occupation||Actress, writer, comedian, producer|
|Spouse(s)||Jeremy Rainbird (m. 2005; div. 2019)|
|Relatives||Shane Horgan (brother)|
Sharon Horgan was born as Sharon Lorencia Horgan on the 13th of July, 1970 in Hackney, London, England.
Sharon was born to her mother named Ursula Horgan and to a father named John Horgan, who ran a pub.
Sharon and her family members relocated to Bellewstown, County Meath in Ireland after she turned four years old to run a turkey farm and she grew up with four siblings.
Sharon attended the Sacred Heart Convent School, which is located in Drogheda; she later enrolled at Brunei University in West London and graduated in 2000.
Sharon Horgan Movies Career:
As a young actress struggling to make ends meet Sharon took a series of odd-jobs. At the age of 27, Sharon Horgan started a degree in English and American Studies at Brunel University in west London, graduating in 2000.
Around that time, Sharon Horgan met British writer Dennis Kelly, while they were both working in youth theatre, and they started writing together, producing material they then sent to the BBC, for which they won the BBC New Comedy Award in 2001 for Sketch Writing and Performance.
Sharon Horgan has appeared on stage, television and screen. Her first credited appearances on television were in The State We’re In (2002) and Monkey Dust (2003), two sketch shows based on news and current affairs. She also contributed material to Monkey Dust.
Sharon Horgan’s first named acting role on television was as Theresa O’Leary in Absolute Power (2003), a comedy set in the world of public relations and starring Stephen Fry. In 2005 she made her big-screen debut as Beth in Imagine Me & You, a British-American romantic comedy with Lena Headey directed by Ol Parker.
Sharon Horgan starred in 2 series of Pulling, which she also co-wrote with Dennis Kelly. She has a supporting role in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent opposite Nicolas Cage which was released in March 2022.
Horgan appeared appearing as a guest booker in two series of Rob Brydon’s Annually Retentive (2006–07), also on the BBC, a spoof comedy set behind the scenes of a chat show presented by Rob Brydon.She won a British Comedy Award in 2007 for Best Female Newcomer for her performance.
In 2010 Sharon appeared in The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.
In September 2011 Sharon appeared in the world premiere of Saul Rubinek’s play Terrible Advice at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London. The play was set in Los Angeles and she played Delila, one half of its two warring couples.
In June 2012 Sharon Horgan was part of the ensemble cast for the pilot episode of Psychobitches
Sharon Horgan is well known for her role in Catastrophe, alongside Rob Delaney, a show which they co-created for Channel 4 and Amazon. Horgan also appeared in 2020’s second series of Criminal UK, BBC’s The Borrowers (2011), Dead Boss (2012) and Channel 4’s Free Agents (2009) and Bad Sugar (2012). She stars in and executive produces Channel 4 comedy-drama series This Way Up (2019–present).
Sharon Horgan Awards:
Sharon Horgan won the 2001 BBC New Comedy Award for sketch writing and performance, in 2007, she won the BAFTA TV Award for best situation comedy, in 2007, she won the British comedy Award for best female newcomer, in 2008, she won the British comedy award for best TV Comedy drama, in 2009.
she won the British comedy award for best TV Comedy Drama, in 2009, she won the BAFTA Award for best comedy performance, in 2013, she won the International 3D Award for international Jury Prize, in 2015, she was nominated for TV Choice Award for best comedy, in 2016, she won the BAFTA Craft Award for best writer in comedy, in 2018, she was nominated for BAFTA TV Award for best female performance and over the years, she has won many more awards and have also been nominated for many more.
Sharon Horgan Husband:
Sharon Horgan is married to businessman Jeremy Rainbird and they got married on the 16th of October, 2005 at Chelsea Register Office in London.
Sharon Horgan Family:
Sharon Horgan was born to a father named John Horgan and a mother named Ursula Horgan and she grew up four siblings, who are brothers named Shane Horgan and Mark Horgan and two sisters named Lorraine Horgan and Maria Horgan and she also has two kids, who are daughters named Sadhbh Rainbird and Amer Rainbird.
Sharon Horgan Height, Weight:
Sharon Horgan height is 5ft 11inches. Sharon Horgan weighs 70kg. Sharon Horgan is fair in complexion, has brown hair color and blue eye color.
Sharon Horgan House Address:
Sharon Horgan and her family currently reside in Victoria Park, Hackney, London, England.
Sharon Horgan Real Name:
Sharon Horgan’s real name or full name is Sharon Lorencia Horgan.
Sharon Horgan Nationality:
Sharon Horgan is of Irish nationality and white ethnicity.
Sharon Horgan Social Media Presence:
Sharon Horgan has been active on screen for over two decades and over these years, she has built up a huge social media presence for herself, as of recent, she has over 100,000 Twitter followers and she is also active on Facebook and Instagram and a host of other social media networks.
Sharon Horgan Interesting Facts:
Since being well known as an actress in 2001, Horgan hasn’t been attached to any known controversy, rumors and legal issues.