Sophie Morgan

Sophie Morgan (born 1985) is a British television presenter and former reality television contestant.[1] Morgan suffered a T6 spinal cord injury in a road traffic accident in 2003, resulting in paralysis from the chest down.[2] In 2016, she was a lead presenter for Channel 4's TV coverage of the Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro

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Morgan was born near Crowborough,[citation neededEast Sussex, in 1985. Her father is a wine broker and her mother held various positions as a nurse, gundog trainer and air stewardess.[4] Morgan was educated at Cumnor House School, Danehill, East Sussex. "Having been chucked out of school in England, Sophie was sent to Gordonstoun School" in MorayScotland.[5][6][7]

Morgan was left paralysed from the chest down after a road accident when she was 18 years old.[2][4][8]

Prior to the accident, Morgan had planned to study Law at the University of Manchester.[9][4][10] Having returned to live with her parents in Brighton, she instead opted to study art at the City College Brighton & Hove[11] After completing her art foundation course, she started a bachelor of arts degree in fine arts[12] at Goldsmiths, University of London.[1][10][9][13][14] She later obtained a diploma in arts therapy from the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education.[12]

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