Michael McIntyre is a British stand-up comedian best known for appearing at many British stand-up comedy events and for several roles on television stand-up programmes such as Live at the Apollo and his own show, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow.
Hailed as the best new stand-up to emerge in a decade, Michael has taken the comedy world by storm.
He delivered storming sets on both We Are Not Amused (Prince Charles's 60th birthday celebrations on ITV1) and the Royal Variety Performance (BBC One), plus a stand-out performance as host on the first episode of BBC One's Live at the Apollo.
Michael also had the privilege of being nominated in the Best Live Stand-Up category at the British Comedy Awards plus Best Comedy/Comedian at the South Bank Show Awards.
In 2011 he joined the reality competition Britain's Got Talent as a judge, starting with the fifth season.
McIntyre was born in Merton, southwest London, and raised in Hampstead, north London. His parents were both involved in show business: his Canadian father, Ray Cameron, was one of the writers of The Kenny Everett Television Show and his Hungarian mother, Kati, was a dancer.
McIntyre lives in Muswell Hill, north London with his aromatherapist wife Kitty, and their two sons, Lucas (born 2005) and Oscar (born 2008).