The award-winning Irish actress Denise Gough is most recognized for her outstanding theatre and television performances, as in The Painter and Messiah V: The Rapture.
Known for playing bold and daring characters, the actress’s role in People, Places and Things was hilarious, which gained her even more recognition. Despite having exposure in her professional life, the actress’s personal life is a mystery.
Is Gough Dating?
The 41-years-old actress is very private about her personal life and hasn’t openly mentioned being involved with anyone romantically.
Apart from seeing her romantic chemistry on-screen, whether in Colette as a lesbian lover or Monday with captivating romantic scenes, nothing is known about her real-life romance.
Gough Career and Net Worth
The actress’s outstanding portrayal of bold female characters is plays and movies is her specialty. Her skill gained attention as soon as she entered the entertainment business, getting a nomination for Milton Shulman Award for her work in Desire Under the Elms and Our New Girl for Outstanding Newcomer category.
In 2016, she achieved another milestone through her “electrifying” performance in People, Places and Things, where she plays the role of recovering addict. The play won her Oliver Award for Best Actress.
Soon after, she won another Oliver Award for her role, Harper, in the play Angles in America, under the category of Best Actress in a Supporting Role. Beginning her career in theater in 2004, she has done more than a dozen of plays, while she has been in eleven movies and over a dozen television shows.
Not only that, but she has also done voiceovers for two video games, Divinity: Dragon Commander and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
According to a source, her net worth is estimated to be around 5 million dollars based on her blooming career.
A Short Bio
Gough was born on 28 Feb 1980, in Ennis, Ireland. She has a big family, where she stands as a seventh child out of twelve. Among her siblings, her younger sister, Kelly Gough, is also an actress.
The actress also had training as a soprano singer before moving to London at the age of 15. In London, she attained a drama school, Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, and graduated in 2003.