Euan Douglas George Morton is a Scottish actor , model and television presenter. He is best known as the host of Channel 4’s game show, The Crystal Maze. In 1999, he was chosen by Channel 4 to present the channel’s new game show, The Crystal Maze.
Euan Morton was born in Edinburgh on 18 September 1967. His father was a Royal Navy Commander, his mother a nurse. He has one sister, Charley Morton and two brothers; Scott Morton and Chris Morton. Euan attended Gordonstoun School – a school for boys who have been seriously ill or injured – where he was taught by headmaster Robin Spinks. At the age of 15 he joined the Royal Navy as an officer cadet at Dartmouth Naval College but soon left after one term to pursue his career in acting.
In 1989 Euan joined the National Youth Theatre where he met future comedy partner Russell Brand whom he co-wrote with for BBC Radio 2’s “Diary of…” series in 1991. In 1991 Euan began an acting career and appeared in “The Bill”, “Hetty Wainthropp Investigates” and many more. In 1994 he played the role of Mark Turner in the Channel 4 television series, “Swinging”. He also appeared in the Channel 4 television series, “Cold Feet”.
In 1999 Euan was chosen by Channel 4 to present their new game show, “The Crystal Maze”. The show was so successful that a second series was commissioned. The Crystal Maze is now shown around the world. Euan’s other television credits include:
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Iain also starred as the voice of the lead character, Frank, in the BBC’s animated children’s series, “Frankie and Alice”, alongside Frankie Boyle and Paul Whitehouse. He also appeared in a number of music videos including those for Radiohead’s “The Bends”, The Chemical Brothers’ “It Began in Afrika” and The Prodigy’s “Firestarter”.
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Euan Douglas George Morton Married with an actress, Holly (born 2 March 1987) and a son, Charlie (born in 2013).
He has been a supporter of the Northampton Town Football Club since his early days in the town. He is a big fan of the England national football team and supports them in his role as a football commentator for Channel 4.
Euan’s first marriage was to Emma Louise Mee. They had one son, Charlie. The marriage ended in 2007, after three years of marriage. During their marriage Euan was in a relationship with another woman, but this ended after she fell pregnant with his child. Euan married Holly Morton on 23 July 2013 at St Mary’s Church, Northampton.