Yes, Michael McIntyre is married, find out to who and when they tied the knot.

Yes, Michael McIntyre is married, find out when they got married and what else Michael is famous for.

who is Michael McIntyre married to, is he gay

Currently, Michael McIntyre is fronting the BBC show, Michael McIntyre’s Big Surprises but is probably most famous for his stand up comedy, making him one of the most highly paid comedians in the world. His first appearance on TV in 2006 was apparently as a guest on 8 out of 10 Cats, but his first notable show was in 2007 when he starred in a Live At The Comedy Store one-off. He quickly became a go-to performer and appeared three times on Live At The Apollo.

Is Michael McIntyre Married?

Yes, Michael is married to his wife, Kitty McIntyre. They married in 2003 and together they have two children.

Is Michael McIntyre gay or bisexual?

Michael is married to a person of the opposite sex, Kitty. They married in 2003  and they have two children together. So no, Michael isn’t gay and has never identified as bisexual.

How old is Michael McIntyre?

Michael was born in Feb 1976 which makes him 42/3 in 2019. He was born in London, the capital city of the UK.

What is Michael McIntyre’s net worth?

In 2012 it was reported that Michael was the world’s highest-paid comedian, due to his tours. On his first UK tour in 2009, he performed to an incredible 500,000 people – which included a history-making six nights at Wembley Arena in London. In 2012 he went on a 71 venue show in the UK and performed in front of 700,000 people. Apparently, his 2012 tour grossed in £21 million. In 2018 he performed 28 shows at the O2 arena, performing to over 400,000 people.

How tall is Michael McIntyre?

Michael is 1.7m tall, about 5 foot 6 – which makes his shorter than the average man in the UK.

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