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Michael Mcintyre 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: February 21, 1976 (age 45 years), London, United Kingdom
Spouse: Kitty McIntyre (m. 2003)
Children: Oscar McIntyre, Lucas McIntyre
Parents: Ray Cameron, Kati Cameron
Siblings: Lucy McIntyre, Georgina Rose McIntyre, Billy Cameron McIntyre
McIntyre resides in Hampstead, London with his aromatherapist wife, Kitty, who is a daughter of actor Simon Ward and sister of actress Sophie Ward. The couple have two sons, Lucas and Oscar.
McIntyre is a supporter of Tottenham Hotspur. McIntyre is also a keen cricket fan and has appeared on Test Match Special to discuss the sport.
On 4 June 2018, McIntyre was robbed of a watch by men on mopeds while parked outside his children’s school.
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Michael Mcintyre 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki
Michael McIntyre is a highly accomplished English comedian, scriptwriter, and television presenter.
Michael McIntyre who goes by the birth name Michael Hazen James McIntyre was born on February 21, 1976, in London, United Kingdom
He became the highest-grossing stand-up comedian in the world.
Mclntyre married his wife Kitty McIntyre, a former British actress and aromatherapist from London in 2003. The couple is blessed with two children who are Oscar McIntyre and Lucas McIntyre.
Michael’s parents are Ray Cameron and Kati Cameron.
In one of his stand-up comedy sessions, ‘Michael McIntyre made fun of an incident of him with the dentist for medical attention.
Born in London to Thomas Cameron McIntyre, known as Ray Cameron, a Canadian comedian and comedy writer in British television, and his wife Kati, McIntyre grew up in the industry. McIntyre is a dual British-Canadian citizen, by virtue of his father.
His mother, Kati, is of Hungarian Jewish ancestry.
Michael Hazen James McIntyre is an English comedian, writer and television presenter. In 2012, he was the highest-grossing stand-up comedian in the world.
He currently presents his own Saturday night series, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, and the game show, The Wheel, on BBC One.
In addition to stand-up, McIntyre has hosted his own BBC One comedy programme Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, has featured in three episodes of Live at the Apollo and, in 2011, was a judge on Britain’s Got Talent.
There’s little point in denying that while many critics and fellow comedians have barely a good word to say about him, the masses adore McIntyre for his ordinary observations and skipping about.
His late father, Ray Cameron, was also a comedian whose most famous credits were writing for the Kenny Everett Video Show and co-creating Jokers Wild, the ITV panel show hosted in the early 70s by Barry Cryer.