Katie McGrath Movies And TV Shows Quotes Hot Pics

Irish actress Katie McGrath is best known for portraying legendary sorceress Morgana on the hit BBC series Merlin for five years. Her other projects include A Princess for Christmas, Labyrinth, and a guest appearance on The Tudors. She currently stars as Lucy Westenra in the NBC drama Dracula. Please join us as we support and follow Katie’s acting career and check back soon for the latest news, information, pictures, and more.


Name: Katie McGrath
Birthday: 1983
Age: 29
Birthplace: Ashford, County Wicklow, Ireland
Education: Trinity College, Dublin
First Role: Rachel in Damage (2007)

Katie McGrath movies and tv shows – Filmography

Labyrinth (2012) (TV) … Oriane Congost
Trid an Stoirm (2012) (Short) (Voice) …. Alice/Banshee
A Princess for Christmas (2011) (TV) …. Jules Daly
W.E (2011) …. Lady Thelma
The Queen (2009) (TV) …. Princess Margaret
“Merlin” (2008-2012) …. Morgana
Freakdog (2008) …. Harriet Chambers
“Roaring Twenties” Episode 1 (2008) …. Vixen
“The Tudors” Episode 2.5 (2008) …. Bess
Eden (2008) …. Dessie’s Girlfriend
Damage (2007) (TV) …. Rachel


• Never aspired to be an actress
• Is a big comic geek and is a fan of X-Men
• Is a fan of Firefly
• Studied History at Trinity College in Dublin
• Won her first role just three months after signing to an agent
• Has a tattoo on her back that says ‘purity’
• Has worked for a fashion magazine, as a wardrobe assistant in the costume department of The Tudors, and as a makeup artist for MAC
• Her other past jobs include working in a piercing studio and cocktail bar
• Says she is a natural blonde; her hair is dyed every three weeks for Merlin
• Keeps her Irish accent for her role on Merlin
• Her favorite jewellery item is her great-grandmother’s gold watch chain, which she wears all the time
• Says one of her proudest acting moments is working with child actor Asa Butterfield (Boy in the Striped Pajamas) on Merlin
• Her favorite episode of Merlin season 1 is episode 8, “The Beginning the End”
• She and actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers participated in the Save Tara event in September 2007 to try and save the Tara/Skryne Valley from the proposed construction of a motorway
• Almost didn’t get the part on Merlin because the lead actor, Colin Morgan, is also Irish
• Is a fan of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series
• Has played a goth character twice: in the TV series Roaring Twenties and in Freakdog.

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katie mcgrath Quotes

“I want to have a little toy version of Morgana. I can then show it to my grandchildren one day. So I can say I used to have a waist.” – BBC, 2008

“I always think of Morgana as the ticking time bomb of the show.” – CTV, 2009

“I was terrified. I didn’t know anything. I was learning on the job and making mistakes. But shooting Merlin has been like four years of drama school, and I think I can take anything that is thrown at me now.” – Irish Times, 2009

“I was so scared. I was like, ‘They’re going to re-cast me, they’re going to re-cast me. I’ve got to do a good job’ and I walk in and Giles from Buffy is there.

I was just like ‘Oh my God, oh my God.’” – CTV, 2009

“My favorite scenes are always the scenes I do with Colin.” – SciFiChick, 2009

“Every now and again I’m standing in a corridor asking myself ‘Is this real?’ If you had told me that every day I get into this dress and watch sword fighting and dragons, I’d have thought you were mad.” – BBC, 2008

“One thing I’ve always thought about Morgana is that she’s sort of a modern mind in a period body. She’s not your usual warm princess, which is what drew me to her in the first place.” – SciFiChick, 2009

“I have to keep my hair long for my role in Merlin, but because I know I can’t cut it, all I want to do is shave it off!” – Instyle, 2008


“You know I’m stressed when the house fills up with cakes: carrot cakes, cupcakes.” – Irish Times, 2009

“I wasn’t the biggest fan of college because I was so desperate to get started on life. I went for four years but I never really physically went. I’d turn up to hand in my essays but that was about it.” – Tribune Magazine, 2008

“I go for really smart guys, ones who are well-read and can banter and argue. Men need to be able to take me out and have a few drinks, but by the end of the night we’ll be talking about Nietzsche.” – Arena, 2008

“I shop like a man.” – Irish Times, 2009

“I don’t like pink and I am not into girlie stuff, bows and frills, sugary looking things.” – Irish Times, 2009

“I went through a real punk stage. I had braids, red hair, pink hair, green hair, I cut it into a Mohawk, the lot. Then about five years ago, I dyed it dark and stayed out of the sun to get pale, because I hated looking like everyone else, all blonde hair and tanned skin.” – Instyle, 2008

“It’s like running away to join the circus, everyone wants to do it when they’re young but then you grow up and get a proper job. But somebody’s got to do it or you wouldn’t have the circus.” – Arena, 2008

“I just want to do good work. If it’s shot in Hungary, if it’s shot in Russia, if it’s shot in America, if it’s shot in England, you just want to do something you can stand up and say I’m proud of it.” – Fresh Online, 2008

[On wanting a career like Kate Winslet’s] “She makes blockbusters; she makes weird movies; she still has a family and she seems really grounded.” – Tribune Magazine, 2008

“I was looking at these actresses sort of sitting around under umbrellas, people bringing them cold drinks and I was like, ‘That looks so much easier than what I’m doing’ and I was so wrong.” – CTV, 2009


“I was a strange child. I was the kid with funny hair listening to dodgy music […] I’d come in with my hoodie and skate-shoes, with purple hair under the hood. I got away with it because I spent all my time in the art room, so they figured I was ‘artistic’. I was that kind of kid, listening to Green Day and the Deftones and all that kind of thing.” – Tribune Magazine, 2008

“The first thing I ever wanted to be was a backup singer for Guns ‘n’ Roses.” – Tribune Magazine, December 2008