Sarah Millican Biography
A native of South Shields, United Kingdom, Sarah Millican is a famous English presenter, writer, and comedian. She won the comedy award for Best Newcomer at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Sarah Millican Age
Millican is 47 years old as of 2022. She was born on 29 May 1975 in South Shields, United Kingdom. She celebrates her birthday on 29 May every year.
Sarah Millican Height
Millican stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches(1.70 m) tall and weighs 78 kg(172 lb).
Sarah Millican Education
Millican is an approvingly educated and qualified person. She attended Mortimer Comprehensive School, which later became Mortimer Community College, and then worked as a civil servant at a job center until the age of 29.
Sarah Millican Family
Born in South Shields, Millican is a daughter of a mining electrician by the name Philip D. King (father) and her mother Valerie Prince. She was schooled at Mortimer Comprehensive School and thereafter joined Mortimer Community College. After college, she worked as a civil servant until she turned 29 years old. She has a sister called Victoria King.
Sarah Millican Husband
Millican has been married twice with her first husband being Andrew Millican. The former couple was married from November 5, 1997, until 2004 when Andrew left Sarah unexpectedly. For two and a half years, she moved back with her parents and turned to writing workshops in local theatres to seek solace.
Sarah attended such workshops as Newcastle’s Live Theatre and the Customs House in South Shields. As a result of her attendance, she launched her comedy career and most of her initial jokes were about her failed marriage.
By 2006, Sarah had left the past behind her and started a relationship with Gary Delaney, a fellow stand-up comedian. They moved in together in 2013 and tied the knot in December of the same year.
Sarah Millican Net Worth
Millican has an estimated net worth of $5 million as of 2022.
Sarah Millican How to be Champion
‘The naughtiest, helpless, laughieoutloudiest and goodest book I’ve at any point done perusing on. Give that young lady a banana!’ DAWN FRENCH.
Part personal history, part self-improvement, part admission, part festivity of being a typical or-nursery lady, part gathering of equivalent words for nanny, Millican’s introduction book dives into her overly ordinary existence with stupid stories, entertaining stories, and legitimate guidance on the best way to move beyond life’s blips like being great at school yet not great at companions, the fervor of IBS and how to bloom post separately.
On the off chance that you’ve at any point worn glasses at six years old, worn an off-the-shoulder outfit with no certainty, been reached by an old school menace, lived in your youth room in your thirties, been radiantly dumped in a Frankie and Benny’s, cried so a lot of you felt incredible, been for a sentimental stroll with a pooch, worn tights two days straight despite the fact that they resembled small from a separation, at that point, this is YOUR BOOK.
In the event that you haven’t accomplished those things yet wish you had, THIS IS YOUR BOOK. On the off chance that you simply need to snicker on a train/coach/latrine or under your work area at work, THIS IS YOUR BOOK.
- Title How to be Champion: My Autobiography
- Author Sarah Millican
- Edition illustrated
- Publisher Trapeze, 2017
- ISBN 140917431X, 9781409174318
- Length of 298 pages
Sarah Millican Books
- 2017 – How to be Champion ISBN 9781409174301
- Comic Fringes: Series 1-3: Nine Short Stories Written and Performed by Leading Comedians
Sarah Millican Shows
- Control Enthusiast Live (3 December 2018)
- Outsider Live (21 November 2016)
- Home Bird Live (17 November 2014)
- Thoroughly Modern Millican Live (12 November 2012)
- Chatterbox Live (21 November 2011)