Michael Mcintyre is the name on everybody’s lips when it comes to Saturday night entertainment.
The stand-up comedian has returned to BBC One for the fourth season of Michael Mcintyre’s Big Show – and it’s bigger and better than ever!
While the observational humour king has been around for quite some time now, not everyone is sure of his accent.
Where is Michael Mcintyre actually from?
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Where is Michael Mcintyre From?
Michael Mcintyre was born and raised in London, England.
The comedian was born on February 21st, 1976, making him 42 years old.
Michael had a difficult spell in his teenage years after his dad passed away on Boxing Day. His father, Cameron, was also a very successful stand-up comedian over the 1980s.
It was only when Michael was 34 years old that he found out his dad actually committed suicide. His step-mum had kept the truth of the incident a secret.
So Michael Mcintyre Isn’t Irish?
Many people are under the bizarre assumption that Michael is Irish.
Michael started studying at Edinburgh University in Scotland before he dropped out.
Why people think his accent sounds Irish… we do not know!
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Watch Michael Mcintyre’s Big Show
Michael Mcintyre’s Big Show airs every Saturday night on BBC One.
It starts at 8.10 pm and airs for 60 minutes.
There are eight episodes in total, meaning the show will continue on the weekends both before and after Christmas.
If you miss any episodes then you can catch up via the official BBC media player, iPlayer.
WATCH MICHAEL MCINTYRE’S BIG SHOW EVERY MONDAY NIGHT ON BBC ONE, AT 8.10 PM.