Who is presenter Paddy McGuinness and what’s his net worth? – The Sun

PADDY McGuinness is a TV host known for Take Me Out and Top Gear.

The quirky presenter has again graced our TV screens as the host of BBC's new guessing gameshow I Can See Your Voice. He also secured a hosting gig on Question of Sport.

Who is presenter Paddy McGuinness?

Comedian Paddy McGuinness has presented Take Me Out since 2010.

He has hosted a number of programmes for ITV and Channel 4, including 71 Degrees North, Your Face Sounds Familiar, The Keith and Paddy Picture Show and more recently Top Gear alongside Freddie Flintoff.

Paddy is also known for his work with fellow northern comedian Peter Kay.

Is Paddy McGuinness married?

Paddy is married to Christine McGuinness who was born in Merseyside in 1988.

The pair married in 2011 at Thornton Manor in Wirral after three years together.

Christine took part in a number of beauty pageants from a young age, bagging the Miss Commonwealth title in 2007 before winning Miss Liverpool at the tender age of 18.

Soon after she modelled for Liverpool-based boutique Cricket in her bikini at the Liverpool Tennis Tournament.

It was here that she met comedian and Phoenix Nights star Paddy.

What is Paddy's net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Paddy McGuiness has an impressive estimated net worth of $10 million which converts to £7.5 million.

 

Does Paddy McGuinness have children?

Paddy and Christine have three children — twins Leo and Penelope – who were born in 2013 – and Felicity – who was born in 2016.

After giving birth to Felicity, Christine used social media to proudly show off her three-stone weight loss in three months.

On Leo and Penelope's fourth birthday, Christine revealed that the twins were on the autistic spectrum – and struggled with social interaction and communication skills.

The devoted mum made the revelation through a poem – and reassured them that they were "totally unique and fantastically awesome" regardless.

What is Paddy McGuinness famous for?

Paddy shot to fame after appearing in Peter Kay's sitcom Phoenix Nights.

He was then in the subsequent spin-off Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere.

This led Paddy to embark on his first ever solo stand-up tour, The Dark Side.

The Bolton-born star is best-known for presenting the ITV dating show Take Me Out which essentially made Paddy a household name.

As an actor, he has successfully starred in The Delivery Man, The Security Men and Keith Lemon: The Film.

Paddy began presenting Top Gear alongside Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris.

 

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