Who is Stephen Mangan, is he married, and does he have kids? – The Sun

STEPHEN Mangan is famous for his comedy roles in Green Wing and I'm Alan Partridge, as well as appearances on panel shows such as Would I Lie To You?

He is now hosting Sky Art's Portrait Artist of the Year.

Who is Stephen Mangan?

Stephen Mangan, 52, was born in Ponders End, North London.

He studied Law at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge before taking a year out to care for his mum, Marry, who sadly passed away aged 45 after suffering with colon cancer.

Weeks after her death, Stephen went on to audition for the esteemed Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art (RADA) where he later studied for three years.

Stephen's breakthrough TV role was as Adrian Mole in the six-part BBC TV show series Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years in 2001.

Is he married and does he have children?

Mangan is married to actress Louise Delamere, 51, who's known for her role in Holby City.

They married in 2007.

The couple have three sons together: Henry who is 13, Frank who is 10, and Jack who is 4.


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What is Stephen Mangan best known for?

Mangan is best known for roles such as Guy Secretan in Green Wing, Sean Lincoln in Episodes and Dan Moody in I’m Alan Partridge.

He starred as Richard Pitt among a star-studded cast for new series Hang Ups.

He's also had roles in Channel 4’s Sword of Honour, Billy Elliot, Postman Pat: The Movie, Watership Down and Houdini and Doyle.

And he's had success on stage too – he was nominated for a Tony award for his portrayal of Norman in The Norman Conquests on Broadway.

He was in The Split, a drama about female divorce lawyers in London.

Mangan is the face of Sky Arts' Portrait Artists of the Year.

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