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Sally Morgan was born on 20 September, 1951 in London, United Kingdom, is a TV personality, medium, author. Discover Sally Morgan’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 71 years old?

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Occupation TV personality, medium, author
Age 71 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 20 September 1951
Birthday 20 September
Birthplace London, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Sally Morgan Net Worth

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In early 2020 her 10th anniversary UK tour was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.


On 16 August 2018, Morgan entered the Celebrity Big Brother House, where she finished in 5th place.

In summer 2018, Sally Morgan Enterprises went into voluntary liquidation following an £2.9m Accelerated Payment Notice claim by HMRC.


In March 2014, Morgan became embarrassed during a performance after contacting the spirit of a woman who was still alive in the audience. The woman had mistakenly given Morgan a photo of herself instead of a photo of a dead loved one. Morgan then proceeded to contact and communicate with the spirit of the woman, and when the truth became known, the audience erupted in laughter and Morgan was unable to recover the performance.

In October 2014, Morgan had used legal threats, while her husband and son-in-law had used homophobic slurs and verbal intimidation, in a confrontation with sceptical activist Mark Tilbrook. Tilbrook had been in the vicinity of many stage psychic shows handing out leaflets entitled “Look After Yourself”, advising audience members of clues that might distinguish between a person with genuine supernatural powers and someone who “just appears to have them”. Morgan fired her husband and son-in-law from her management team a week later, after video footage of the incident emerged.


At a public show on 23 February 2012 Morgan gave a reading to two members of the audience, Drew McAdam and his wife Elizabeth. The reading described a man called Toby who had died in an explosion. However, prior to the show, Drew and his wife say they fed Morgan this information by emailing her website and leaving notes in a box provided in the foyer for so-called “love-letters”. McAdam’s description of the death of “Toby” was taken from a fictional character who died in an explosion in the 1970s BBC drama, Doomwatch.


During a show in Dublin, Ireland, in September 2011, Morgan was accused of receiving information about her audience members from an off-stage confederate, which she then repeated in her “psychic readings”. Following a show at the Grand Canal Theatre, several callers to radio network RTÉ reported that they had overheard a male voice relaying information to Morgan from the control room at the rear of the theatre. A caller said, “The first half of the show went really well but when the second half started, we could clearly hear a man’s voice coming from the window behind us. Everything he said, the psychic would say 10 seconds later. It was as if she was having the information relayed to her. On her website, Morgan responded to The Guardian’s report by denying the involvement of all Grand Canal Theatre employees and stating that her head microphone was a one-way device. The Daily Mail was later forced to pay £125,000 in damages after accepting that the earpiece claim was “untrue”.

The Merseyside Skeptics Society and Simon Singh promoted a test of Morgan’s psychic abilities, set for 31 October 2011. Morgan declined to attend, with an email to Singh from Morgan’s lawyers stating “You well know that we all have far more important things to do than take part in this or any other ‘test’ at this point. She will not attend at Liverpool or at any other time.”

Magician Paul Zenon writing for the Mail Online states that stage psychics use cold reading and Internet tools like Google Maps to fool audiences into parting with their money. He writes “if … performers like Sally Morgan aren’t actually talking to the dead, then I think the public has a right to know”. This article followed members of the public calling a radio station claiming to have heard her appearing to repeat back information that they said moments earlier they’d overheard coming from the theatre lighting box during one of Morgan’s shows at The Grand Canal Theatre in Dublin. Citing “substantial damage to her reputation, as well as hurt, distress and embarrassment”, Morgan sued Associated Newspapers for £150,000 over Zenon’s 22 September 2011 article. JREF President, D.J. Grothe, writing for The Huffington Post questioned why Morgan would sue for £150,000 when she could prove her ability by winning JREF’s “Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge”. “It makes one wonder if even Sally Morgan believes that Sally Morgan’s powers are real.”


Morgan performed a psychic reading for Big Brother winner Brian Dowling on ITV2 in 2007. Asked on camera whether she knew him, she said “well, I know of him”. She had actually given a similar reading for him in 2005. She later claimed that her original response was made “because the director told me to”.