Dylan Moran is an Irish comedian, writer, actor, filmmaker and artist. He is best known for his observational comedy, the televisional sitcom Black Books and his work with Simon Pegg in Shaun of the Dead and Run Fatboy Run. Moran’s most recent film is Calvary an Irish black comedy drama film written and directed by John Michael McDonagh.
Dylan William Moran
Actor, Comedian, Writer, Producer, Artist
Birthday / Date of Birth
Dylan Moran was born on the 3rd of November 1971, in Navan, County Meath, Ireland.
He’s currently 48 years old.
Dylan attended St. Patrick’s Classical School where he experimented early on with stand-up, with fellow comics Tommy Tiernan and Hector Ó hEochagáin and left at age 16 with his Leaving Certificate.
- Father – Unknown
- Mother – Unknown
- Siblings – Unknown
Girlfriend / Spouse
Dylan Moran has dated –
- Elaine Moran (1997-Present) – In 1997, Dylan got married to Elaine and the couple has two children, Siobhan and Simon.
- In feet – 5 feet 11 inches
- In centimeters – 180 cm
- In meters – 1.8 m
- In Kilograms – 76 kg
- In Pounds – 168 lbs
- Measurements – 40–12–32
- Chest – 40 in or 102 cm
- Arms / Biceps – 12 in or 30.5 cm
- Waist – 32 in or 81 cm
Dylan is best known for his observational comedy, the televisional sitcom Black Books and his work with Simon Pegg in Shaun of the Dead and Run Fatboy Run.
In 1999, Dylan made his first film appearance by playing the role of Rufus the Thief in the romantic comedy film, Notting Hill directed by Roger Michell.
In 1998, Dylan made his first major television role playing Ian Lyons in the BBC 2 sitcom How Do You Want Me?, with Charlotte Coleman.
Dylan Moran Favorites
- Favorite Actor – Johnny Depp, Henry Cavill
- Favorite Actress – Julia Roberts
- Favorite Singer – Rihanna, Miley Cyrus
- Favorite TV Show – Game of Thrones
- Favorite Color – Black
- Favorite Food – Fast Food
Dylan Moran Net worth
Dylan Moran has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars as of 2020.
Social Media Profiles
Some Lesser Known Facts About Dylan Moran
- Dylan went on to become the second youngest person to win the Perrier Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Festival at age 24.
- Dylan has twice won the BAFTA TV Award for Best Situation Comedy, for his show Black Books.
- In 2003, he portrayed role of Tom Quirk in the film, The Actors written and directed by Conor McPherson and starring Dylan Moran and Michael Caine.
- In 2005, Dylan played the role as Dr. Slop in the comedy film, A Cock and Bull Story directed by Michael Winterbottom.
- In 2007, he made his acting with the comedy film, Run Fat Boy Run directed by David Schwimmer.
- In 2008, Dylan appeared in his acting role in the film, A Film With Me in It directed by Ian Fitzgibbon and written by Mark Doherty.
- In 2011, Dylan made his acting with the romantic comedy film, The Decoy Bride in which he played the role of Charley.
- In 2012, he played the role as Father in the comedy-drama series, Little Crackers that was broadcast on Sky1.
- In July 2015, Moran took his latest stand-up show, Off the Hook to South Africa for the first time, performing three sold-out shows at the country’s National Arts Festival.
- In 2017, Dylan made his acting with the television sitcom, Uncle which was broadcast on BBC Three.