Iain Morris

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Iain Morris
Iain Morris in 2018
Iain Morris in 2018
BornIain Kevan Morris
(1973-08-06) 6 August 1973 (age 50)
Woking, Surrey, England
Years active1999–present
Marchelle Bradanini
(m. 2011)

Iain Kevan Morris (born 6 August 1973)[1][2] is an English writer. He is best known for creating The Inbetweeners with his writing partner Damon Beesley[3] and co-hosting a show on London radio station XFM with stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr.

He featured in the "Iron" and "Music" episodes of cult spoof TV show Look Around You, as well as on Jimmy Carr's second live DVD, as a panelist on a feature named Comedy Idol. Other writing credits include two episodes of HBO's Flight of the Conchords: Season One's "The Actor" and Season Two's "Unnatural Love". Morris also co-wrote the screenplay alongside Taika Waititi for the 2023 sports comedy Next Goal Wins and co-scripted the football comedy series The First Team for the BBC in 2020.

Personal life[edit]

Morris was educated at Hampton School and studied theology at the University of Bristol.[citation needed]

Morris married American singer and DJ Marchelle Bradanini on 14 May 2011 in Palm Springs, California, United States.[4]

Morris supports West London football club Queens Park Rangers.[5]


  1. ^ iain morris [@iainkevanmorris] (4 November 2010). "Just got a nice text from my mum 'happy birthday, hope you have a wonderful day'. It is my birthday tomorrow" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  2. ^ "The Inbetweeners Latitude Interview - Videos - Access All Areas - the BAFTA site". Archived from the original on 18 August 2011. Retrieved 5 August 2010.
  3. ^ "Interview with the Inbetweeners co-creator, Iain Morris - part 1 | Screenjabber". Archived from the original on 8 March 2010. Retrieved 4 February 2010.
  4. ^ The Ricky Gervais Show, Episode 31 May 2003.
  5. ^ morris, iain [@iainkevanmorris] (15 May 2012). "@ddp_07 i am a qpr fan, but sadly still out here. glad you like GoT, it's the best" (Tweet). Retrieved 28 June 2020 – via Twitter.

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