Piers Morgan

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Piers Morgan

Piers Morgans speaking at CES on 6 January 2011
Born Piers Stefan O'Meara
30 March 1965 (1965-03-30) (age 50)
Guildford, Surrey, England[1]
Nationality British
Ethnicity Irish
Occupation Journalist
TV personality
Spouse Marion Shalloe
(m. 1991-2008, divorced)
Celia Walden (m. 2010-present)
Children 3 sons
Parents Vincent O'Meara (deceased)
Gabrielle Pughe-Morgan

Piers Stefan Pughe-Morgan (born 30 March 1965 in Guildford, Surrey, England) is a British journalist and television personality. Morgan wrote for the News of the World from 1994 to 1995 and Daily Mirror from 1995 to 2004. He also is known as a judge on the show America's Got Talent[2] and was also the winner of The Celebrity Apprentice.[3] On 17 January 2011, he started a show called Piers Morgan Live on the Cable News Network and the show took over the timeslot that was previously taken by Larry King Live before Larry King retired.[4] Piers Morgan was fired by CNN President Jeff Zucker in 2014.[5] Piers Morgan's show was cancelled by CNN and the final episode appeared March 28, 2014.[6][7] A major focus of his program was support for liberal causes, particularly restrictions on gun ownership.[8] He had a feud with his predecessor Larry King. [9]

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