Piers Morgan is one of the most talented broadcasters in the United Kingdom. Controversial, at times, quick-witted on other occasions – Piers is unafraid to provoke a war of words with anybody he meets, making him one of the most fascinating presenters in the public eye.
He began his career as a writer and editor at various tabloid papers, quickly climbing the rungs of Fleet Street. By 1994 Rupert Murdoch had sounded Piers out to be the Editor of News of the World, making him the youngest editor of a British publication in 50 years. From there he moved on to The Mirror before making the move into television.
Piers took to television quickly, with his statements and interview style becoming a basin for discussion. He hosted a current affairs show alongside Amanda Platell on Channel 4 called Morgan and Platell, which was caught on due to the twos opposed political views. From here, Piers moved on to America’s Got Talent where he replaced Simon Cowell as one of the show’s judges.
After he was fired by his long-time nemesis, Lord Alan Sugar on Comic Relief Does The Apprentice in 2007, Piers joined the judging panel on Britain’s Got Talent as well as the American equivalent once more. Having made his name across the Atlantic also, he decided to give The Apprentice a second go, as he was made Celebrity Apprentice winner on the show in 2008 by Donald Trump.
He later signed a deal with ITV, which saw him present three series of Piers Morgan On… before presenting Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, a popular show which saw him get to know and interview political figures and celebrities from Cheryl Cole to Gordon Brown. He continues to present Good Morning Britain in the UK and Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, continuing his long and varied career in broadcast media.
Alongside his presenting roles, Piers has authored eight books and found himself as a regular columnist with The Daily Mail – touching on current affairs and expressing his own opinions. He also enjoys delivering keynote speeches for corporate audiences, where he is appreciated as a leading authority in the world of business, show business and politics.
To book Piers Morgan to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When at corporate events, Piers is known to cover the following topics:
- British Journalism
- TV Presenting & Broadcasting
- Drive & Determination
- Peak Performance
- Piers Morgan’s Life Stories