Denise Gough Net Worth

Denise Gough net worth is more than $5 million. She is a very famous Irish actress known for her works in Andor, Monday, The Kid, Robin Hood, Martyrs Lane etc so Mashoor estimates her worth around $5 million.

Denise Gough Biography

Denise Gough is an Irish actress and also a sister of actress Kelly Gough. She is working in TV, films and web series.

She was brought into this world on 28 February 1980 in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland. She is not on social media like Facebook & Instagram but here is a fan age of her – denisegoughig.

She is a double Olivier Award winner known for working in Andor, Monday etc.

Personal Details

Real NameDenise Gough 
Age42 years
Date of Birth28 February 1980
BirthplaceEnnis, County Clare, Ireland


FatherYet To Update
MotherYet To Update
BoyfriendYet To Update


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityAcademy of Live and Recorded Arts

Physical Statistics

Height5’5 Feet
WeightYet To Update
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

Gough, the eighth of eleven siblings, was born in Ennis, County Clare, the daughter of an electrician. Kelly Gough, an actress, is one of her younger sisters. She received soprano training before relocating to London at the age of 15. When she was 18 years old, she received a scholarship to attend the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in Wandsworth. She graduated from ALRA in 2003.


She was nominated in 2012 for the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for her performances in Nancy Harris’s Our New Girl at the Bush Theatre and Desire Under the Elms by Eugene O’Neill at the Lyric Hammersmith. In the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse’s debut performance of The Duchess of Malfi in London in January 2014, she played Julia. She gave a “electrifying” performance as a recovered drug addict in Duncan Macmillan’s People, Places and Things, directed by Jeremy Herrin, at the National Theatre in London in September 2015.

In March 2016, she returned to the part when the play moved to the Wyndham’s Theatre, and as a result, she was honoured with the Olivier Award for Best Actress. She returned to the National Theatre in April 2017 and received the 2018 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Harper in Marianne Elliot’s revival of Tony Kushner’s drama Angels in America. After that, Gough went back to People, Places & Things for its transfer to New York. In February 2018, Gough and the majority of the London cast reprised their roles in the Broadway adaptation of the National Theatre’s production of Angels in America as Harper.