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Stephen Hogan was born on 19 August, 0065 in Dublin, Ireland, is an actor. Discover Stephen Hogan's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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Occupation actor narrator
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 19 August, 1965
Birthday 19 August
Birthplace Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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Hogan has interviewed about the upcoming Netflix 2022 release of Vikings: Valhalla where he has the character of Ealdorman Sigeferth of Wessex.


Hogan has also narrated a number of audiobook recordings with Penguin Random House. The audio book of The Secret Place won Library Journal's Best Media 2014. His respective narration in The Heart's Invisible Furies and Typhoon won the AudioFile Magazine Earphone Awards.


Upon qualifying from drama school in 1992 Hogan says he was lucky to get a role on the long running Scottish Soap drama Take the High Road with its "crazy characters", his recollections of his storylines as new character was "I worked my way through the entire female case over 60 episodes". He moved to London after leaving the soap, but has returned to Ireland frequently for work and pleasure since.


Hogan was born in August 1965 and grew up in Darty, Dublin, Ireland. Hogan says he studied architecture at Edinburgh University but upon graduating did not see himself in that profession for the remainder of his life. He says he obtained financially useful scholarship to Royal College of Music and Drama in Glasgow (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), and was also able to obtain a part-time job in an architect's office at the same time.


His uncle, Paul Hogan, was one of two students behind the audacious 1956 theft of Summer's Day from the Tate Gallery. Hogan played his uncle in a radio play based on the event in 2005, and is collaboration on attempts to develop a film based on the theft. Hogan states on Twitter he is a director of Gallery Films.