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Tim Vine Biography and Wiki
Tim Vine, born Timothy Mark Vine in England, is an author, actor, stand-up comedian, and presenter known for his great jokes and work on Not Going Out. He is well-known for his quick-fire wit and stand-up comedy acts. He has a number of stand-up comedy specials and joke books to his credit. Vine held the Guinness World Record for the most jokes told in an hour from 2004 to 2014; each joke had to elicit a laugh from the audience to count towards the total, and he set a new record with 499 jokes.
Tim Vine Age
He is 55 years old as of 2022. He was born Timothy Mark Tim Vine on 4 March 1967 in Cheam, Sutton, United Kingdom.
Tim Vine Height
Vine stands at a height of 6’2″ (188 cm) tall. ALSO READ: Delia Smith
Tim Vine Parents | Family and Brother
He was born Timothy Mark Tim Vine on 4 March 1967 in Cheam, Sutton, United Kingdom. He is the last born of Guy Vine and Diana Vine. His father was a civil engineering lecturer at North East Surrey College of Technology, and his mother worked as a doctor’s receptionist before becoming a housewife. He has two older siblings: a journalist, author, and BBC Radio 2 presenter named Jeremy Vine, and a sister named Sonya Vine.
Tim Not Married| Relationship| Spouse
Tim is currently single. He is currently concentrating on his job and has not updated his marital status or public appearances, he hasn’t made his relationship public. His marital status, whether married, engaged, divorced, or single, is unknown.
Tim Vine Career
In the mid-1990s, he began his stand-up comedy career. He was a regular at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and appeared on shows such as ‘The Tim Vine Shambles’ and ‘The Tim Vine Fiasco.’ He became the host of the Channel 5 game show ‘Whittle,’ which lasted two years. He hosted all of the show’s episodes. He began acting on the British sketch comedy show ‘The Sketch Show,’ which aired on ITV, in 2001. The show aired for three years. In 2003, he appeared as a celebrity on the French game show ‘Fort Boyard.’ He was seen as the host of the television show ‘Fort Boyard Takes on the World’ the following year.
He went on comedy tours to the United Kingdom in 2006, where he performed his stand-up acts for the show ‘Current Puns.’ Tim Vine Celebrates, his podcast, was released the following year. In 2007, he appeared as a celebrity on the reality/talent show ‘Comic Relief Does Fame Academy.’ The same year, he appeared as a celebrity contestant on the game show ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?’ In 2008, he appeared on the show ‘Punslinger,’ in which he performed his stand-up act as part of the Pleasance Courtyard at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The same year, he appeared at the Cambridge Theatre for the Christian festival, Spring Harvest, in a show titled ‘Tim Vine: Live in Concert.’
He appeared as a panelist on the TV show ‘Celebrity Juice’ in 2008, episode 4, series 1. He appeared on the TV shows ‘Celebrity Mastermind,’ ‘Neighbours,’ ‘Live at the Apollo,’ and ‘Celebrity Total Wipeout’ the following year. In 2010, he appeared in the stage production ‘Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs.’ He also went on the ‘Joke-amotive’ tour that year, which was later released on DVD. His book, ‘The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book,’ which contained over 1000 jokes and puns, was published in 2010. The following year, his children’s book, ‘The Not Quite Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book,’ was published.
He appeared as a panelist on the show ‘Argumental’ in 2011. The following year, he hosted the ITV daytime quiz show “Don’t Blow the Inheritance,” which lasted ten episodes. He appeared as a celebrity participant on the ITV network’s ‘The Chase: Celebrity Special’ in 2012. The same year, he appeared as a celebrity on the show ‘Pointless Celebrities.’ He appeared as a panelist on the British comedy game show ‘QI’ in 2013. That year, he appeared as a guest on ‘Alexander Armstrong’s Big Ask’ and ‘What’s Cooking?’ and performed on ‘Let’s Dance for Comic Relief.’
Tim Vine Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2020. He has accrued his wealth from his career as an actor, comedian, writer, and presenter.
Tim Vine Movies and TV Shows
♦ 1997 Fluke
♦ 1997–1998 Whittle
♦ 2001–2004 The Sketch Show
♦ 2004 Fort Boyard Takes on the World
♦ 2006–2012, 2014 Not Going Out
♦ 2012 Don’t Blow the Inheritance
♦ 2014 Blandings
♦ 2014–2015 Celebrity Squares
♦ 2017 Tim Vine Travels Through Time
♦ 2018 Football Genius
- 2019; Punslinger
- 2013; The Tim Vine Bumper Book of Silliness