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  • Peter Morgan - Wikipedia

    Peter Julian Robin Morgan, CBE (born 10 April 1963) is a British film writer and playwright. Morgan is best known for writing the historical films and plays The Queen, Frost/Nixon, The Damned United, and Rush.

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    Peter Morgan, Writer: Frost/Nixon. Peter Morgan was born on April 10, 1963 in London, England as Peter Julian Robin Morgan. He is a writer and producer, known for Frost/Nixon (2008), The Last King of Scotland (2006) and The Queen (2006).

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  • The Crown's writer calls the Queen a ‘countryside woman of limited intelligence’ | The Independent

    The writer of award-winning Netflix drama The Crown has referred to the Queen as a woman of “limited intelligence” and claimed the royal family is a “deranged institution”.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/the-crown-writer-peter-morgan-queen-intelligence-woman-claire-foy-royal-family-netflix-a8026891.html
  • The Crown's creator Peter Morgan says the Queen is a "countryside woman with limited intelligence"

    He also said the monarchy was akin to "a mutating virus".

    http://www.harpersbazaar.com/uk/culture/entertainment/a13124588/crown-peter-morgan-queen-limited-intelligence/
  • ‘The Crown’: Creator Peter Morgan on Matt Smith, Claire Foy, Netflix – Variety

    "The Crown" writer talks about his inspiration for the lavish new drama, how he cast the lead roles, and what's in store for future seasons.

    http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/the-crown-netflix-royal-series-peter-morgan-claire-foy-1201907444/
  • Why The Crown Creator Peter Morgan Hopes the Queen Doesn't Watch His Show

    And it's not just because of the sex scenes.

    http://www.townandcountrymag.com/leisure/arts-and-culture/a10033100/peter-morgan-the-crown/
  • Queen is of limited intelligence, claims The Crown writer Peter Morgan | News | The Times

    The writer of hit royal drama The Crown believes the Queen is a “countryside woman of limited intelligence”.Peter Morgan claimed yesterday that Britain’s longes

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/queen-is-of-limited-intelligence-claims-the-crown-writer-peter-morgan-60t807qbw
  • The Crown season 2 writer Peter Morgan: I used to be anti monarchy - Radio Times

    The man behind the Netflix drama discusses his love for the royal family, and how they have survived generations of personal and political crises

    http://www.radiotimes.com/news/on-demand/2017-12-08/the-crown-season-2-netflix-peter-morgan/
  • The Crown Netflix writer Peter Morgan interview – how true to life is his Elizabeth II? - Radio Times

    Michael Buerk speaks to the man behind Netflix's new royal drama, and how he wrote the life story of the most private public person on Earth

    http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2016-11-06/the-crown-writer-peter-morgan-how-i-get-inside-the-mind-of-queen-elizabeth-ii/
  • The Crown’s Explosive Season 2 Story Lines: Margaret’s New Romance, Jackie Kennedy, and Royal Controversy | Vanity Fair

    Netflix’s The Crown debuts its second season on December 8.

    https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/08/netflix-the-crown-season-2-interview
  • 'The Crown' Season 2 Is Superb, and Surprisingly Funny - The Atlantic

    The second season of the Peter Morgan drama digs into its protagonist's dual identities: as woman and as monarch.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2017/12/yas-queen-the-brilliance-of-the-crown/547874/
  • Peter Morgan returns with Matt Smith and Claire Foy in The Crown from Netflix | Culture | The Sunday Times

    Ardverikie Castle perches on the edge of Loch Laggan in the Highlands of Scotland. Here, on the wild moor, part of its extensive estate, everything is breathtak

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  • The Crown writer Peter Morgan: 'I bet the queen would've voted Brexit' | Television & radio | The Guardian

    The writer, whose new Netflix series The Crown tracks the queen’s reign, spoke about Brexit, as well as the royal family’s reaction to the show, in Los Angeles

    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2016/jul/27/peter-morgan-the-crown-netflix-queen-elizabeth-ii
  • 'The Crown': Peter Morgan on Season 3 | Hollywood Reporter

    Showrunner Peter Morgan also opens up about unintentionally evoking Princess Diana and why he'd never want to meet the Queen.

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/fien-print/crown-peter-morgan-season-3-944323
  • The Crown Trailer: Writer Peter Morgan on Queen Elizabeth II | Time

    "The palace and I exist in a state of respectful distance from one another," series creator Peter Morgan tells TIME of his Netflix series

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  • Peter Morgan Serves the Queen, Again | The New Yorker

    Michael Schulman on the new Netflix series “The Crown,” about Queen Elizabeth II, and the show’s creator and writer, Peter Morgan.

    https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/peter-morgan-serves-the-queen-again
  • Season two of The Crown strengthens Peter Morgan’s case for the British monarchy.

    For decades it’s been received wisdom among the smart set of Guardian-reading Londoners that the monarchy is a bit silly, wasteful, embarrassing, and outdated.

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Gillian Anderson is an American-British actress who was born in Chicago, Illinois. 

Throughout her career, she has not only acted in several award-winning projects but she also helped to produce a few episodes of the television series The Fall.

Anderson is best known for her roles in The X-Files, The Last King of Scotland, and Bleak House. You may also know the Golden Globe winner from her recent role in Netflix's Sex Education.

Most recently, you can catch her starring in the fourth season of The Crown as Margaret Thatcher — a show that was created by her boyfriend, Peter Morgan.

However, after four years of dating, news that Gillian Anderson and Peter Morgan called it quits began making the rounds online on Dec. 18.

Who is Gillian Anderson's ex-boyfriend, Peter Morgan?

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Peter Morgan is the son of Arthur Morgenthau, a German Jew who fled the Nazis, and Inga Bojcek, who fled the Soviets.

His parents emigrated to the UK where they anglicized their surname to Morgan.

Peter Morgan was born Peter Julian Robin Morgan in London, England.  

Peter Morgan is a screenwriter. 

The British talent has created more than 30 projects — amongst them Bohemian Rhapsody, Rush, Tha Audience, 360, and The Queen.

He's best known for creating the highly-acclaimed historical drama series The Crownwhich can be streamed on Netflix now.

Peter Morgan has had 50 nominations within his career, including 2 Oscar nominations.

He has won a total of 30 awards, including a Golden Globe and several British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. 

Peter Morgan is 57 years old.

The screenwriter, best known for his work on stage, film, and television, was born on April 10, 1963, making him an Aries. 

Gillian Anderson is 52 years old.

The award-winning actress was born on August 9, 1968, making her a Leo. 

How did Peter Morgan and Gillian Anderson meet?

It is not known how the two celebrities met, but they've been dating since 2016, and agree that they're not moving in together anytime soon — which is probably a good thing, considering the news of their recent split.

Anderson said in an interview, “If we did [move in together], that would be the end of us. It works so well as it is, it feels so special when we do come together.”

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Peter Morgan and Gillian Anderson work together on The Crown.

The couple works together on Morgan's award-winning show The Crown. Anderson was cast to bring the magnificent former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to life on screen.

 Anderson revealed that they put boundaries in place on set saying, "I am not going to comment on the script, but you are not allowed to comment on the performance!"

She also told a story about the time when Morgan approached her on set while she was in costume:

"I smiled at him, as me, Gillian, smiling at her boyfriend, and he said, 'This is Thatcher! This smile is Thatcher!' And I'm like, no! This smile is me!" 

Peter Morgan was once married to a real-life Princess.

Peter Morgan was married once before getting into a relationship with Anderson.

Morgan's first wife was Princess Anna Carolina zu Schwarzenberg — more commonly known as Lila Schwarzenberg.

She is the daughter of a Prince from Vienna, Austria. The couple have five children together, though they keep them out of the public eye.

The couple was married from 1997 until they separated in 2014.

Meanwhile, Gillian Anderson has two ex-husbands. 

The talented actress has been divorced twice.

Her first marriage was to The X-Files art director Clyde Klotz in 1994. The couple divorced in 1997 after three years of marriage.

Anderson's second husband was producer Julian Ozanne whom she married in 2004 but divorced after three short years in 2007.

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Gillian Anderson had three children, but they weren't all from her two marriages. Anderson had her first daughter, Piper, with her first husband Clyde Klotz in 1995.

She didn't have any children with her second husband but after her divorce, she started seeing Mark Griffiths who she had two more children with: Felix and Oscar.

Anderson and Griffiths never got married and called it quits in 2014. 

Peter Morgan has five kids.

Morgan has five children with his first wife, Lila, but only two names are located in Morgan's IMDb bio: Maggie and Otis.

He once joked about his large brood saying, “People come to our house ... and they leave so happy not to be us.”

The British screenwriter's net worth as of 2020 is roughly $5 million. 

Gillian Anderson's net worth is about $35 million.

The couple recently called it quits after four years of dating.

A source confirmed that the pair had recently gone their separate ways, and while it's unclear how Anderson and Morgan feel about the situation, as they've yet to comment on the matter and their reps declined to comment, fans everywhere are weirdly ecstatic about the break up.

"Guess it's my time to shine now," one Twitter user wrote, while another said, "Yes I have a chance now!"

The pair reportedly called it quits because of their "highly-demanding schedules."

As far as what this means for future episodes of The Crown, we'll just have to wait and see. 

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Peter Morgan

Occupation

Screenwriter, playwright

Alma mater

University of Leeds

Genre

Comedy, drama, historical fiction

Partner

Gillian Anderson(since 2016)


Peter Julian Robin Morgan, Template:Postnominals (born 10 April 1963) is a British film writer and playwright. Morgan is best known for writing the historical films and plays The Queen, Frost/Nixon, The Damned United, and Rush. He is the creator of the Netflix series The Crown.

In 2008, Morgan was ranked number 28 in The Telegraph's list of "The 100 most powerful people in British culture".[1] In February 2017, he was awarded a British Film Institute Fellowship (BFI).[2]

Early life

Morgan was born in Wimbledon, London. His mother, Inga (née Bojcek), was a CatholicPole who fled the Soviets, and his father, Arthur Morgenthau, was a German Jew who fled the Nazis, arriving in London in 1933.[3][4] His father died when Morgan was nine years old.[5] Morgan attended boarding school at Downside School, Somerset, and gained a degree in Fine Art from the University of Leeds.

Career

Morgan wrote television scripts during the 1990s, including an episode of Rik Mayall Presents... and the Comedy Premiere The Chest. He wrote the screenplay to the romantic comedy Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence (1998) and had some success with the TV series The Jury (2002). In 2003, Morgan broke through with The Deal, a television drama about the power-sharing deal between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown that was struck in the Granita restaurant in London in 1994.

In 2006, Morgan received his Academy Award-nomination for The Deal's follow-up, The Queen, that showed how the death of Princess Diana impacted Prime Minister Tony Blair and the Royal Family. His work on the film eventually awarded him a Golden Globe from the Hollywood Foreign Press, and Helen Mirren won numerous awards for playing the title role. 2006 also saw the release of The Last King of Scotland, the screenplay of which Morgan adapted with Jeremy Brock. In 2007 they jointly won a BAFTA Film Award for their work on the film.

Also in 2006, Morgan's first play, Frost/Nixon, was staged at the Donmar Warehouse theatre in London. Starring Michael Sheen as David Frost and Frank Langella as Richard Nixon, the play concerns the series of televised interviews that the disgraced former president granted Frost in 1977. These ended with his tacit admission of guilt regarding his role in the Watergate scandal. The play was directed by Michael Grandage and opened to enthusiastic reviews. In May 2007, the 50th San Francisco International Film Festival honoured Morgan with the year's Kanbar Award for Excellence in Screenwriting.

In July 2009, filming began on The Special Relationship, the third film of Morgan's "Blair trilogy". The film focuses on Blair's (again played by Michael Sheen) relationship with US president Bill Clinton between 1997 and 2000. Morgan was originally scheduled to direct the film (making his directorial debut) but pulled out a month before filming began. He was replaced by Richard Loncraine.[6] Morgan was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for his work on the film. In 2008 Morgan adapted John le Carré's Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy into a screenplay for Working Title Films.[7]

He has since finished the script for Hereafter, a supernatural thriller "in the vein of The Sixth Sense". DreamWorks bought the screenplay on spec in March 2008.[8] The development was later transferred to Warner Bros. and filming began in October 2009 under the direction of Clint Eastwood.

In 2008 the film Frost/Nixon, with Sheen and Langella playing the parts they had on stage, opened in the UK and the US to positive reviews. Morgan was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for his work on the film. In June 2009, it was announced that he would be the co-writer of Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond film.[9]The Daily Telegraph's Mandrake diary reported in April 2010 that Morgan had quit the production after Sam Mendes was hired to direct, and that Patrick Marber would replace him. MGM dismissed the Telegraph's claims as speculation.[10]

In 2010, Morgan started writing the screenplay for an upcoming biopic about rock musician Freddie Mercury, the lead vocalist, and songwriter, for the rock band Queen.[11]

Morgan is the creator and writer of the Netflix historical drama series The Crown – a biographical story about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The first season was released on 4 November 2016.

Personal life

Morgan married Anna Carolina Schwarzenberg, daughter of Czech politician and nobleman Karel Schwarzenberg, civilly in London on 28 July 1997 and religiously at Murau in Austria on 6 September 1997. They have five children. They lived in Battersea, South London until the winter of 2006, when the family moved to Vienna.[12] They separated in 2014 and he resides in London. Morgan has been in a relationship with actress Gillian Anderson since 2016.[13][14]

Morgan was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2016 New Year Honours for services to drama.[15] In February 2017, he was awarded a British Film Institute Fellowship (BFI).[2]

List of works

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Television

  • Shalom Joan Collins (1989) (co-writer)
  • Rik Mayall Presents… (1993) (episode: "Mickey Love")
  • Comedy Premieres: The Chest (1997)
  • Metropolis (2000)
  • The Jury (2002)
  • The Deal (2003)
  • Henry VIII (2003)
  • Colditz (2005)
  • Longford (2006)
  • The Special Relationship (2010)
  • The Jury II (2011)
  • The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies (2014)
  • The Crown (2016–present)

Theatre

  • Pax Britannica (1986) (co-writer)
  • Frost/Nixon (2006)
  • The Audience (2013)

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Film

  • Dear Rosie (1990) (short; co-writer)
  • King Ralph (1991) (rewrites)
  • The Silent Touch (1992) (co-writer)
  • Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence (1998)
  • The Queen (2006)
  • The Last King of Scotland (2006) (co-writer)
  • The Other Boleyn Girl (2008)
  • Frost/Nixon (2008)
  • The Damned United (2009)
  • State of Play (2009) (rewrites)
  • Hereafter (2010)
  • 360 (2011)
  • Rush (2013)
  • Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) (story)

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References

  1. ↑"The 100 most powerful people in British culture", 11 November 2016. 
  2. 2.02.1"The Crown writer Peter Morgan CBE to be awarded BFI Fellowship". British Film Institute. 2 February 2017. http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/announcements/peter-morgan-crown-queen-bfi-fellowship. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
  3. ↑"The Impersonator.(Peter Morgan) - HighBeam Business: Arrive Prepared". http://business.highbeam.com/410951/article-1G1-162848160/impersonator.
  4. ↑Pacheco, Patrick. "No sides, no prisoners", Los Angeles Times, 22 April 2007. 
  5. ↑Hanks, Robert (24 February 2007) "Peter Morgan: Drama king", The Independent. Retrieved on 14 January 2009.
  6. ↑Andreeva, Nellie (23 June 2009). "Peter Morgan leaves 'Relationship'". The Hollywood Reporter (Nielsen Business Media).
  7. ↑Martin, Francesca. "Tinker, tailor, soldier, film star", The Guardian, 4 June 2008. Retrieved on 2008-06-04. 
  8. ↑Siegel, Tatiana. "Eastwood, Spielberg talking thriller", Variety, Reed Business Information, 13 November 2008. Retrieved on 18 November 2008. 
  9. ↑The Queen writer to pen new Bond, BBC News, 13 June 2009
  10. ↑Eden, Richard (10 April 2010). "Sam Mendes in James Bond mystery". The Daily Telegraph (Telegraph Media Group).
  11. ↑"Writer Announced for Freddie Mercury Biopic", Rolling Stone, 12 October 2010. Retrieved on 12 October 2010. 
  12. ↑"Peter Morgan Biography". https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0604948/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm.
  13. ↑Heyman, Marshall. "A Crowning Achievement", The Wall Street JournalTemplate:Subscription required, 24 October 2016. Retrieved on 28 November 2017. 
  14. ↑"Londoner's Diary: Goodbye to a likely lad and a lovely man", London Evening Standard, 23 November 2017. Retrieved on 28 November 2017. 
  15. ↑Template:London Gazette

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The Crown's controversial second series may hint at Prince Philip's infidelities, but creator Peter Morgan insists he's not trying to "pick holes in the royal marriage".

An episode from season two centres on the Duke's four month tour of the Commonwealth countries without the Queen or their children in 1956, and it's implied that he was linked to a number of women during that time.

In one scene, Philip's private secretary Commander Michael Parker writes a letter back to Philip's exclusive Thursday Club in the UK and details their misadventures.

The infamous lunch club consisted of his close acquaintances including Cecil Beaton and Lord Louis Mountbatten.

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Parker's letter reads: "Philip is a work-hard-play-hard man who would never stand in the way of a bit of fun. And in New Guinea it turns out, there's no such thing as infidelity. Men are expected to indulge... I think by the end of this tour, we'll be able to make a qualitative assessment about where the finest women in the world come from."

It continues: "But now I can tell you the women of New Guinea are sweeter than those of Ceylon and right up there with those of Malaya. I have shared these secrets in good faith. The content must like all disclosures of the Thursday Club, remain secret. 90 per cent of the officers on board are married and would kill me if they knew what I was writing."

The tour is also described by the Netflix drama as "a five-month stag do – whores in every port".

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Philip – played by Matt Smith – is also seen eyeing up a journalist called Helen King during their tour, who he agrees to speak with because of his attraction to her. But when the reporter delves into his past and his mother's mental health, he angrily announces: "Don’t let my vanity get the better of me again."

Another incriminating scene features the Queen – played by Claire Foy – discovering a picture of a dancer in Philip's (Matt Smith) bag, which is could be Pat Kirkwood – the late British stage actress, singer and dancer who Philip was previously linked to.

However, Morgan described the royal couple's marriage as a "triumph" at the show's recent premiere in London, and pointed out that most marriages experience "ups and downs".

"What I have to do is write a story about people at the centre of British life who are human beings," Morgan explained at the screening (via Press Association). "If you're hoping that tries to pick holes in the royal marriage, I wouldn't dream of it. Their marriage is a triumph by any standards."

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"If you're close to someone for that long you're going to have ups and downs and I didn't want the show to duck complicated relationships," he said.

The Queen and Prince Phillip recently celebrated their their 70th wedding anniversary – the longest marriage of any royal couple.

Meanwhile, The Crown season 2 returns to Netflix on December 8.

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Peter Morgan

British film writer and playwright

For other people named Peter Morgan, see Peter Morgan (disambiguation).

Peter Julian Robin Morgan, CBE (born Peter Julian Robin Morgenthau 10 April 1963) is a British screenwriter and playwright. Morgan is best known for his work on stage and film and television. He's known as the playwright behind The Audience and Frost/Nixon and the screenwriter of The Queen (2006), Frost/Nixon (2008), The Damned United (2009), and Rush (2013). He is also known for writing the television films The Deal (2003), Longford (2006), and The Special Relationship (2010). He currently serves as creator and showrunner of the Netflix series The Crown (2016–present).

In February 2017, Morgan was awarded a British Film Institute Fellowship (BFI).[1]

Early life[edit]

Morgan was born in Wimbledon, London. His mother, Inga (née Bojcek), was a CatholicPole who fled the Soviets, and his father, Arthur Morgenthau, was a German Jew who fled the Nazis, arriving in London in 1933.[2][3] His father died when Morgan was nine years old.[4] Morgan attended St Paul's School in London[5] and boarding school at Downside School, Somerset, and gained a degree in Fine Art from the University of Leeds.

Career[edit]

1990s[edit]

Morgan wrote television scripts during the 1990s, including an episode of Rik Mayall Presents... and the Comedy Premiere The Chest. He wrote the screenplay to the romantic comedy Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence (1998).

2000s[edit]

In 2002, Morgan had some success with the TV series The Jury (2002). In 2003, Morgan broke through with The Deal, a television drama about the power-sharing deal between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown that was struck in the Granita restaurant in London in 1994. Blair was portrayed by Michael Sheen, Sheen would return to playing Blair in The Queen and The Special Relationship.

In 2006, The Queen was released which showed how the death of Princess Diana impacted Prime Minister Tony Blair and the Royal Family. The film debuted at the Venice Film Festival where it received critical acclaim. The film received 6 Academy Award nominations including Best Picture. Morgan also received a nomination for Best Screenplay. Morgan received the Golden Globe Award for his screenplay from the Hollywood Foreign Press, and Helen Mirren won numerous awards for playing the title role including the Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award. 2006 also saw the release of The Last King of Scotland, the screenplay of which Morgan adapted with Jeremy Brock. In 2007 they jointly won a BAFTA Film Award for their work on the film. In May 2007, the 50th San Francisco International Film Festival honoured Morgan with the year's Kanbar Award for Excellence in Screenwriting.

Also in 2006, Morgan's first play, Frost/Nixon, was staged at the Donmar Warehouse theatre in London. Starring Michael Sheen as David Frost and Frank Langella as Richard Nixon, the play concerns the series of televised interviews that the disgraced former president granted Frost in 1977. These ended with his tacit admission of guilt regarding his role in the Watergate scandal. The play was directed by Michael Grandage and opened to enthusiastic reviews. The play transferred to Broadway in 2007 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre where it ran from April 21 to August 19. The play received 3 Tony Awards including one for Morgan for the Best Play. Langella won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play.

In 2008, the film adaptation of Frost/Nixon directed by Ron Howard was released, with Sheen and Langella playing the parts they had on stage. The film also starred Kevin Bacon, Rebecca Hall, Mathew Macfadyen, Toby Jones, Oliver Platt, and Sam Rockwell. The film debuted at the London Film Festival to critical acclaim. Roger Ebert gave the film 4 stars writing praising the writing and the performances of the leads saying, "Frank Langella and Michael Sheen do not attempt to mimic their characters, but to embody them".[6] Despite praise from critics the film was a box office failure. The film received 5 Academy Award nominations including Best Adapted Screenplay for Morgan.

In July 2009, filming began on The Special Relationship, the third film of Morgan's "Blair trilogy". The film focuses on Blair's (again played by Michael Sheen) relationship with US president Bill Clinton, played by Dennis Quaid, between 1997 and 2000. Morgan was originally scheduled to direct the film (making his directorial debut) but pulled out a month before filming began. He was replaced by Richard Loncraine.[7] The film debuted on HBO on May 29, 2010. The film received positive reviews with it receiving an 83% on Rotten Tomatoes with the consensus reading, "Well-cast and compellingly directed, The Special Relationship offers an intelligent look into the complex dynamic between two world leaders."[8] The film received 5 Primetime Emmy Award nominations including, one for Morgan for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series or Television Movie.

In 2008, Morgan was initially set to adapt the John le Carré's Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy into a screenplay for Working Title Films but dropped out and served as the film's executive producer.[9] In June 2009, it was announced that he would be the co-writer of Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond film.[10]The Daily Telegraph's Mandrake diary reported in April 2010 that Morgan had quit the production after Sam Mendes was hired to direct, and that Patrick Marber would replace him. MGM dismissed the Telegraph's claims as speculation.[11] In the end Morgan did not receive credit but rather it was Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and John Logan who were credited as the film's screenwriters. He has since finished the script for Hereafter, a supernatural thriller "in the vein of The Sixth Sense". DreamWorks bought the screenplay on spec in March 2008.[12] The development was later transferred to Warner Bros. and filming began in October 2009 under the direction of Clint Eastwood.

2010s[edit]

In 2013, the film Rush was released. The film is a biographicalsports film centred on the Hunt–Lauda rivalry between two Formula One drivers, the British James Hunt and the Austrian Niki Lauda during the 1976 Formula 1 motor-racing season.[13] The film was directed by Ron Howard and written by Morgan and starred Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Brühl, and Olivia Wilde. The film was a financial and critical success. The film received four British Academy Film Award nominations including Outstanding British Film.

In 2013, Morgan's play The Audience debuted. The play revolves around the weekly meetings, called audiences, between Queen Elizabeth II and her prime ministers over the time period of her reign. DameHelen Mirren reprised her role as the Queen. The play premiered in the West End at the Gielgud Theatre where she eventually won the Olivier Award for Best Actress. A Broadway production opened in 2015 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre which ran from March 8 to June 15. Mirren also received the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play.

Morgan's next feature film would be BohemianRhapsody (2018), a biopic about rock musician Freddie Mercury (portrayed by Rami Malek), the lead vocalist of the rock band Queen was released.[14] Morgan has started writing the screenplay in 2010. The film was a massive box office success earning $903.7 million. The film however received a mixed critical response with critics praising Malek's central performances but criticizing its editing, directing and pacing. Time Magazine film critic Stephanie Zacharek wrote, "In strict filmmaking terms, Bohemian Rhapsody is a bit of a mess. Some of its scenes connect awkwardly, and it hits every beat of disaster and triumphs squarely, like a gong."[15] Despite its criticism, the film received various awards including four Academy Awards for Best Actor, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Film Editing.

Morgan is the creator and writer of the Netflix historical drama series The Crown, a biographical story about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The first season starred Claire Foy, Matt Smith, Vanessa Kirby, as Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, and Princess Margaret. Jared Harris, and John Lithgow made supporting turns as King George VI, and Winston Churchill. The series has received widespread critical acclaim and received multiple Primetime Emmy Award nominations including a wins for Foy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, and Lithgow for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. The casts saw changes for Seasons 3 and 4 with Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies and Helena Bonham Carter replacing, Foy, Smith, and Kirby. Morgan has received 3 Primetime Emmy Award nominations for writing the episodes, "Assassins", "Mystery Man", and "Aberfan".

2020s[edit]

On November 15, 2020, the fourth series of The Crown was released to critical acclaim. According to the review-aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds 96% critics’ consensus making it the highest rated series out of the four so far.[16]

The season marks the introduction of Emma Corrin as Princess Diana and Gillian Anderson as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, with Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies, Helena Bonham Carter and Josh O'Connor reprising their roles as Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Princess Margaret and Prince Charles respectively.

The fourth season has received many awards including AFI Television Program of the Year for the fourth time in a row, four Golden Globes wins including Best TV Series (in the last 40 years only another Drama Series, The Sopranos managed to achieve the same result in 2000), a Critics’ Choice Award for Best Drama and 10 BAFTA nominations including Best Drama. In September 2021 the fourth season made history by winning in all 7 Emmys Drama Categories [17] and earned Netflix its first major win in the history of the streaming giant (Best Drama),[18] with Morgan receiving the award for Outstanding Writing. Prior to that, he had personally received a WGA Award for Best Drama and a PGA Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama for the fourth season.

Season 5 and 6 of The Crown are currently in production and will likely be released at the end of 2022 and 2023 respectively. Season six will be the last one according to creator Peter Morgan.[19]Imelda Staunton, Jonathan Pryce and Lesley Manville have been confirmed in the roles of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and Princess Margaret. Princess Diana will be played by Elizabeth Debicki and according to rumours[20] Prince Charles will be played by Dominic West.

Personal life[edit]

Morgan married Princess Anna Carolina von Schwarzenberg, daughter of Czech politician and nobleman Prince Karl von Schwarzenberg, civilly in London on 28 July 1997 and religiously at Murau in Austria on 6 September 1997. They have five children. They lived in Battersea, South London until the winter of 2006, when the family moved to Vienna.[21] They separated in 2014, and he resides in London. Morgan was in a relationship with actress Gillian Anderson from summer 2016 until December 2020.

Morgan was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2016 New Year Honours for services to drama.[22] In February 2017, he was awarded a British Film Institute Fellowship (BFI).[1] In November 2019 Morgan was honoured by the American Film Institute with a tribute to his career at the AFI FEST 2019.[23] In July 2016 Morgan was presented with an Honorary Degree in Letters by the University of Leeds, his alma mater.[24]

List of works[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"The Crown writer Peter Morgan CBE to be awarded BFI Fellowship". British Film Institute. 2 February 2017. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
  2. ^"The Impersonator.(Peter Morgan) – HighBeam Business: Arrive Prepared". Archived from the original on 14 February 2015.
  3. ^Pacheco, Patrick (22 April 2007). "No sides, no prisoners". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on 14 February 2015.
  4. ^Hanks, Robert (24 February 2007) "Peter Morgan: Drama king", The Independent. Retrieved on 14 January 2009.
  5. ^"The man who rewrites history". Evening Standard. Retrieved 7 September 2019.
  6. ^"At the start, they both thought it would be Nixon/Frost". rogerebert.com. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
  7. ^Andreeva, Nellie (23 June 2009). "Peter Morgan leaves 'Relationship'". The Hollywood Reporter (Nielsen Business Media).
  8. ^"The Special Relationship". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
  9. ^Martin, Francesca (4 June 2008). "Tinker, tailor, soldier, film star". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 4 June 2008.
  10. ^The Queen writer to pen new Bond, BBC News, 13 June 2009
  11. ^Eden, Richard (10 April 2010). "Sam Mendes in James Bond mystery". The Daily Telegraph (Telegraph Media Group).
  12. ^Siegel, Tatiana (13 November 2008). "Eastwood, Spielberg talking thriller". Variety. Reed Business Information. Retrieved 18 November 2008.
  13. ^"Niki Lauda on Rush, James Hunt and the crash that changed his life". telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 4 August 2018.
  14. ^"Writer Announced for Freddie Mercury Biopic". Rolling Stone. 12 October 2010. Archived from the original on 15 October 2010. Retrieved 12 October 2010.
  15. ^"Rami Malek Rises Above Bohemian Rhapsody's Messy Excess". Time Magazine. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
  16. ^"The Crown: Season 4". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 8 June 2021.
  17. ^"'The Crown' Makes Emmys History By Winning All 7 Drama Categories". Decider. Retrieved 20 September 2021.
  18. ^"With 'The Crown,' Netflix Finally Takes the Emmys Throne". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  19. ^"The Crown will get a sixth season after all". Variety. Retrieved 8 June 2021.
  20. ^"Dominic West Set to Play Prince Charles in Seasons 5 and 6 of 'The Crown'". Variety. Retrieved 8 June 2021.
  21. ^"Peter Morgan Biography". IMDB.
  22. ^"No. 61450". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N9.
  23. ^"Gala Premiere of THE CROWN Season Three at AFI FEST 2019". American Film Institute. 17 October 2019. Retrieved 23 April 2020.
  24. ^"University announces honorary degrees 2016". University of Leeds. 8 July 2016. Retrieved 11 February 2020.

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Awards for Peter Morgan

Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Long Form – Original

  • Michael Crichton (1996)
  • Richard Alfieri and Susan Nanus / Stephanie Liss (1997)
  • Robert Inman (1998)
  • Nina Shengold (1999)
  • Jerry Ludwig (2000)
  • Phil Alden Robinson and Stanley Weiser / Tina Andrews (2001)
  • Loring Mandel (2002)
  • Hugh Whitemore and Larry Ramin (2003)
  • Larry Gelbart (2004)
  • Peter Silverman and Robert Caswell (2005)
  • Margaret Nagle (2006)
  • Nevin Schreiner (2007)
  • Bryce Zabel and Jackie Zabel (2008)
  • Danny Strong (2009)
  • Michael Cristofer (2010)
  • Peter Morgan (2011)
  • David Seltzer (2012)
  • Bill Kerby, Ted Mann and Ronald Parker (2013)
  • Melissa Carter (2014)
  • Seth Fisher, Walon Green, Chip Johannessen and Eric Overmyer (2015)
  • Susannah Grant (2016)
  • Barbara Stepansky (2017)
  • Marc Bernardin, Scott Brown, Lila Byock, Mark Lafferty, Sam Shaw, Dustin Thomason, Gina Welch and Vinnie Wilhelm (2018)
  • Craig Mazin (2019)
  • Tanya Barfield, Joshua Griffith, Sharon Hoffman, Boo Killebrew, Micah Schraft, April Shih and Dahvi Waller (2020)
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