Nicola Coughlan Bio-Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Height, Partner, Height

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Nicola Coughlan

Nicola Coughlan Biography and Wiki

 Nicola Mary Coughlan is a well-known Irish actress who is best known for her role as Clare Devlin in Derry Girls mostly watched on Channel 4 sitcom.  She holds a degree in English and Classical Civilisation from the National University of Ireland.

She did her studies at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, a music and drama school located in Birmingham, England. She was also nominated for the VIP Style Award for Most Stylish Newcomer. She currently resides in London.

Nicola Coughlan Age and Birthday

Nicola was born on January  9th, 1987 in Galway, Ireland. She is 33 years as of 2020, and her birth sign is Capricorn.

Nicola Coughlan Height

This Irish actress stands at an estimated height of 5 feet (1.55m).

Nicola Coughlan Education

The actress did her studies at the National University of Ireland where she graduated with a degree in English and Classical Civilisation. She also studied at Oxford School of Drama and Birmingham School of Acting.

Nicola Coughlan Family

Coughlan lost her father five days before she got the role of Derry girls. She has an elder brother who goes by the name Kieran Coughlan and an elder sister by the name Clodagh Geraghty.

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Nicola Coughlan

Nicola Coughlan Boyfriend

The Irish actress was in a relationship with Laurie Stephen Kynaston, an actor who is well known for his parts in Cradle to the grave, Dear Agnes and Undercliff. They later broke up and she is currently single.

Nicola Coughlan Net Worth

According to online sources, this professional actress net’s worth currently stands at an estimated $1.8 Million To $10 Million.  With monthly earnings ranging from 50000 USD To 100000 USD.

Nicola Coughlan Career

In the year 2018, Coughlan began playing Clare Devlin in Derry Girls, is a British sitcom created and written by Lisa McGee. Produced by Hat Trick Productions. In the same year, she also played Hannah Dalton in Harlots a drama television series created by Alison Newman and Moira Buffini and inspired by The Covent Garden Ladies by British historian Hallie Rubenhold. 2018 also marked her West End debut in The Donmar Warehouse’s production of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.

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