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Clare Grogan was born on 17 March, 1962 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. Discover Clare Grogan'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 58 years old?

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Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 17 March 1962
Birthday 17 March
Birthplace Glasgow, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Clare Grogan Height, Weight & Measurements

At 59 years old, Clare Grogan height is 1.57 m .

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Who Is Clare Grogan's Husband?

Her husband is Stephen Lironi (m. 1994)

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Husband Stephen Lironi (m. 1994)
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Children Lucia Lironi

Clare Grogan Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Clare Grogan worth at the age of 59 years old? Clare Grogan’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Clare Grogan's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
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Grogan began presenting shows on Absolute Radio 80s from 11 September 2017, presenting Monday to Thursday 8-9pm and Sundays 7-9pm.


Grogan appeared in Series 2, Episode 2 of John Shuttleworth's Lounge Music on BBC Radio 4 on 27 November 2016.


Grogan had a role in the 2011 TV series Skins as Shelley, mother of Mini McGuinness. and played Jenny Ferris in the Scottish gangster film The Wee Man in 2013. She starred as Myriam in the 2017 film Delirium, filmed entirely at Royal Holloway, University of London.


Grogan's first book was published in October 2008, a children's novel (aimed at age 7 and up) titled Tallulah and the Teenstars, about a girl who forms a pop band.


In 2006 Grogan portrayed Sandra Reeves, a control-freak office manager, in a film The Penalty King played Cathy in an episode of Sea of Souls, and May, Danny's mother, in the Scottish sit-com Legit. She appeared in the video for Peter Kay and Matt Lucas' charity single "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)", recorded for Comic Relief's Red Nose Day 2007, along with two TV films Wedding Belles and Forgiven.


In 2002, Grogan performed as 'Altered Images' on the Here and Now Tour which featured other well known artists from the 1980s. She performed on similar tours in 2005, 2008 and 2009. She appeared with Chesney Hawkes, Toyah Willcox and Limahl as 'The 80s Supergroup' in the 2011 series of Let's Dance for Comic Relief.


Aged 17 while dancing at the Glasgow College of Technology, a fight broke out nearby between several patrons. Grogan attempted to head away from the violence but was injured by thrown broken glass, causing a deep facial wound and prominent scar on the left side of her face. Grogan states that her parents still find it hard to read about the incident. She began filming Gregory's Girl just three months after the incident. In 1998, while she was working in Theatre at Watford, it was discovered part of the glass was still in the facial tissue and had to be surgically removed.

She had the role of Maggie in a 1998 comedy Jilting Joe, played an Eye-Surgeon in a 2002 short film Bury It, appeared in Doctors in 2003, and performed another Edinburgh Fringe play Forbidden in 2004, as Lily, married to a WW2 Nazi officer but falling in love with a young Jewish woman.


In 1996 she played a fitness instructor on the Edinburgh Fringe in the play Lady Macbeth Firmed My Buttocks.


Grogan married bandmate Stephen Lironi in Glasgow in 1994. The couple live in Haringey, and in 2005 they adopted a daughter, Ellie.


Grogan played the part of Rita in a stage adaptation of Educating Rita at Dundee Repertory Theatre in 1987.

Grogan later attempted a solo career, but after her single "Love Bomb" failed to gain chart success in 1987, her album Trash Mad was never released. Grogan formed Universal Love School in 1989 with Lironi, performing a series of gigs around the UK. However, it was short-lived and produced no hit singles. In 2000, she contributed vocals to the song "Night Falls Like a Grand Piano" on The 6ths' album Hyacinths and Thistles. She recorded a version of "Angels with Dirty Faces" for the Frankie Miller tribute album. The track "Her Hooped Dream" appears on The Ultimate Celtic Album.


In 1984, she played Charlotte in Forsyth's Comfort and Joy. In 1985, she was the receptionist in the BBC Television version of Blott on the Landscape. She had a recurring role playing Dave Lister's would-be love-interest, Kristine Kochanski, in series 1, 2 and 6 of the TV show Red Dwarf. However she was deemed too old for the role by Series 7 - despite being younger than most of her male counterparts - and replaced by Chloë Annett. Grogan has also appeared in Father Ted (episode "Rock-a-Hula Ted") as a feminist rock singer and in EastEnders as Ian Beale's love interest, Ros Thorne (1997–1998).

In 1984, Grogan made a cameo appearance in the music video to "Young at Heart" by The Bluebells.


While working as a waitress at the Spaghetti Factory restaurant in Glasgow, she was spotted by film director Bill Forsyth. This led to her breakthrough acting role in 1981's Gregory's Girl as Susan. Because of her facial wound there were objections from the producers, but Forsyth refused to recast the role and Grogan was filmed mostly in profile. When filmed in close up, makeup artists covered Grogan's scar with Derma wax.


Grogan developed her singing career as the lead singer of Altered Images, originally a five-piece band that included Johnny McElhone (later of the Scottish rock band Texas), whom she met while studying for her Highers. It became a four-person band with the departure of two members and the addition of Stephen Lironi, who played both guitar and drums. The band had a string of hits in the early 1980s, including "Happy Birthday", "Don't Talk to Me About Love", "I Could Be Happy" and "See Those Eyes". The group split up after the release of their third album, Bite (1983).


Claire Patricia Grogan (born 17 March 1962), known professionally as Clare Grogan or sometimes as C. P. Grogan, is a Scottish actress and singer. She is best known as the lead singer of the 1980s new wave music group Altered Images and for supporting roles in the 1981 film Gregory's Girl and the science fiction sitcom Red Dwarf as the first incarnation of Kristine Kochanski.