How Tall Is Morven Christie, Age | Plays ‘Penelope Fittes’ In Lockwood & Co.


Morven Christie is a Scottish actress who played Juliet and Hero for the Royal Shakespeare Company, in 2006. She was cast in Sam Mendes’s first Bridge Project theatre company, in 2008. She played Ellen Rooney in the 2017 BBC drama The Replacement, among her many television roles. She has since completed two independent films and Joe Cornish’s eight-part drama Lockwood & Co. for Netflix, in addition to several other projects. These projects have received critical acclaim, and have established her as a versatile and talented actress, capable of taking on a wide variety of roles.

Morven Christie Height & Weight

Morven Christie height is 5 feet 2 inches tall or 1.60 m or 160 cm. Her body weight is 55 Kg or 121 lbs. Her body measurements are 34-29-40 inches. She wears a bra cup size of 34 B.


Morven Christie Bio

Morven ChristieWiki/Bio
Real NameMorven Christie
Nick NameMorven
Age41 years old
BirthdaySeptember 1, 1981
Birth PlaceHelensburgh, Scotland
Zodiac SignVirgo
Height5 ft 2 in (1.60 m)
Weight55 Kg (121 lbs)
Body Measurements34-29-40 inches
Bra Cup Size34 B
Eye ColorLight Brown
Hair ColorBlonde
Shoe Size5 (US)
SpouseScott Graham (2012–2015)
FamilyNot Known
Net Worth$4 M

Morven Christie Age

Morven Christie age is 41 years old, as of 2023. She was born on 1 September 1981 in Glasgow, Scotland. Katie in The Flying Scotsman, Watson as The Young Victoria, Peaches in Gee Gee, Alice in Hollow, Young Mother in Shell.

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Who Is Morven Christie?

Born and raised in Glasgow. Growing up in Scotland’s largest city has given me a unique perspective on the world, from the lively music scene to the vibrant art galleries. Having left school at the tender age of 15, Christie attended the Drama Centre London, where she studied acting under Reuven Adiv, a former associate of Lee Strasberg.

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