Aaron Morris


Aaron Morris was born in Gravesend, England, United Kingdom on January 1st, 1991 and is the Comedian. At the age of 33, Aaron Morris biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1991
Place of Birth
Gravesend, England, United Kingdom
33 years old
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Comedian, Television Presenter
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Aaron Morris Life

Aaron Colin Cecil Morris (born 1 January 1991) is an English comedian and host best known for his self-titled podcast on iTunes, which was nominated for a European Podcast Award under the Best Personality category in 2012.


Aaron Morris Career


Aaron Mott, who also became the co-host of the Aaron Morris Podcast, was a 19-year-old radio presenter who discovered new music on radio. After people found the program ridiculously funny, Chris dared Aaron to try stand-up.

Aaron Morris' first year in stand-up began in 2011, recording at his Dartford home. With guests including Ray Peacock and Joel Dommett, it has slowly gathered a following and has now launched with three series. Morris told Mark Dolan live on Fubar Radio on May 1st that if it wasn't for his comedian guests, he would not have been nominated and owes it to them. Since the podcast has become a hit, Morris has appeared on numerous television shows, but most recently for Grab London TV at film premieres in the United Kingdom interviewing various celebrities. On BBC Three in February 2015, Aaron appeared in an episode of South Side Story.

In a stand-up, Aaron wrote with CBBC host Ben Shires and fellow comedian Ben Shires for a split show at Edinburgh Fringe. It's what they've been planning to do for a while, according to He.

Morris has a lot of connections to radio and is a good friend of Hutch Harris, the Thermals' frontman; Jaani Peuhu and Vanity Beach are among the many highlights from his time in radio.

Morris revealed on November 26, 2014, that he would return to his self-titled podcast for Series 4 with new co-host Ryan Gleeson. The series lasted four episodes and culminated in a 24-hour live broadcast for the charity The George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust, in which he was joined by comedians and actors such as Joel Dommett, Rebecca Callard, and Trevor Lock.

Aaron wrote and produced a music video for Jaani Peuhu's debut solo album 'Lifelines', which was released at the same time as the album.

Aaron is the presenter of Talk Lancashire on That's TV Lancashire, a talk show on which people can discuss current events, beliefs, and people as of September 2015. The show, although pre-recorded, is hardly edited as it goes out less than 4 hours after recording.

Aaron went a few years out of comedy due to depression, citing that a few events in his life made him feel un-funny, and he spent the time re-writing a lot of his script and re-creating his podcast.


Last year, at least 500 Brits were killed by ambulance delays, according to a damning probe

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 10, 2023
In 2022, England had 511 people killed after 999 crews took longer than target times to arrive. The figure, which includes heart attack, stroke, and road accident victims, has doubled in a year.

After an ambulance took more than an hour to reach father-to-be, 31, a father-to-benchman died in a motorbike accident

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 8, 2023
Aaron Morris, 31, would have had a 95% chance of surviving the accident but he did not arrive at hospital until nearly three hours after the first 999 call was made. Since the crash took place near his house in Esh Winning, County Durham, on July 1 last year, Mr Morris took 50 minutes to reach him. An air ambulance was on hand to respond, but no one was sent out despite being requested, according to an investigation. And when paramedics finally arrived, they were unable to use the vehicle's sat nav device, which was frustrating.
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