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Metaphrog was born on 23 November, 1973 in French. Discover Metaphrog’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 47 years old?

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Age47 years old
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Born23 November 1973
Birthday23 November

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Metaphrog Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Metaphrog worth at the age of 47 years old? Metaphrog’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from French. We have estimated Metaphrog’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Metaphrog


In 2015 Papercutz published The Red Shoes and Other Tales a collection of graphic fairy tales adapted from Hans Christian Andersen along with The Glass Case an original short story. This collection was followed by an adaptation of The Little Mermaid in 2017.


Metaphrog are Patrons of Reading 2013-2017 at Northfield Academy in Aberdeen and were Writers in Residence at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015. They are the winners of The Sunday Herald Scottish Culture Awards Best Visual Artist 2016.


They then moved on to the Louis (graphic novel) series, which includes Louis – Red Letter Day, Louis – Lying To Clive, Louis – The Clown’s Last Words, Louis – Dreams Never Die and Louis – Night Salad. In 2011, they redrew and repainted Louis – Red Letter Day and this new version was published in hardback.


They have been commissioned to work on several projects, including an adaptation of the poem The First Men on Mercury by Edwin Morgan (poet) in comic form. On National Poetry Day 2009, 35000 copies of the pamphlet published by the Association for Scottish Literary Studieswere distributed to all Glasgow Secondary Schools. Other commissioned works include: Skint! for the Scottish Book Trust in 2010 and, in revised form, in 2014; The Photographs for Glasgow Life and Time to Shine: graphic novel for Creative Scotland in 2013.


Metaphrog teamed up with the UK based record label Fat Cat Records in 2004 to create Louis – Dreams Never Die. For this, musicians hey (from Berlin) and múm (from Iceland) reworked a music track inspired by the Louis books, and Metaphrog made a short animation. The result was a multimedia project with a graphic novel and cd/blue vinyl 7″.


Metaphrog were part of a collection of 80 artists from three continents to express their “visions and thoughts on the oft forgotten aspects War” for the book Warburger published by Stripburger in 2003.


Marrs is originally from France, where she studied Arts and Letters. Chalmers is from the west of Scotland and has a scientific background with a PhD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in Micromachining. Together they live in Glasgow. In general, Marrs draws the comics while Chalmers writes the scripts. They started their first comic together, Strange Weather Lately, in 1995. The Sunday Herald in Glasgow described Strange Weather Lately as “the existential adventures of Martin Nitram, an unpaid theatre worker engaged in an attempt to mount a cursed play, The Crimes Of Tarquin J Swaffe.” (Beadie, Brian (23 May 1999). “Comically graphic tales from the Glasgow underground”. The Sunday Herald, p. 7.)

The Strange Weather Lately comics ran for 10 issues until 1999, and were then collected into two graphic novels.