Introducing Michael McIntyre, one of Britain’s most loved comedians.
Michael McIntyre is arguably the UK’s most successful stand-up comedian in the past few years. He has catapulted himself to super-stardom and has become a household name.
It is no coincidence that McIntyre has become so successful in his craft, he grew up around comedy, his father was comedy scriptwriter Ray Cameron a co-writer for Kenny Everett’s TV shows. McIntyre first started out in stand-up ten years ago in 1999 gigging his socks off and charming his way into the nation’s heart.
McIntyre was nominated for the best newcomer award at the 2003 Edinburgh Fringe and he returned in later years to sell out audiences.
His hilarious presence on stage soon enabled him to transfer his comedic skills to television and he became a panel show regular appearing on:
8 Out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week,
Have I Got News for You,
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year,
and Would I Lie To You?
After entertaining the nation twice on the BBC’s Live at the Apollo, and hosting his own Comedy Store special, McIntyre was offered his own spin off from the stand-up show, Michael McTntyre’s Comedy Roadshow.
In 2010 McIntyre became a judge on the popular ITV reality show Britain’s Got Talent following the departure of Piers Morgan.