Kevin Meaney Biography
Kevin Gerard Meaney, the legendary comedian star, was born on April 23, 1956, in New York, U.S. His father, John, was a firefighter and his mother, Patricia, was a librarian. Besides being a reputed American stand-up comedian and actor, he is also known as singer and musician. He is American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. He has three brothers: Tim Meaney, Jack Meaney, Thomas Meaney and a sister, Cathy Meaney. He had spent his childhood in White Plain in New York.
Meaney, the television personality, is a happy gay man and he accepted his homosexuality on XM Radio program. He is involved in different television programs and has also appeared on the stage as a comedian. He wrote television series with his co-writer, Martin Olson and became a producer of the famous Comedy Central.
Maney was married twice in his life. The first woman he got married to was Leanne Coronel with whom his marriage was annulled. He then married a second woman, Mary Ann Halford, a television executive. He also has a daughter named Kate from his second wife, Mary. He divorced his second wife after 11 years of his marriage. His latest net worth is reported to be around U.S $ 2 million. The comedian will ever be remembered for his contributions to shows like Comedy Central.Edit
Born on 1956
Kevin Gerard Meaney, the legendary comedian star, was born on April 23, 1956, in New York, U.S. He earned his name as a comedian and also worked as producer, singer and actor during his life time.
Began career since 1980
As a comedian, Meaney began his career since 1980. He got a break into mainstream comedy cuture in 1986 from HBO. His debut performance was in 1987 on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson”. Since then he never had to look back in his career.Edit
When Meaney was 39 years old, he met a woman in Las Vagas and married her on 1995. But the married could not last long and officially ended in the same year 1995. Later, he got married to Mary Ann Halford, a television executive, on 1997 and which too ended on 2008.Edit
Divorce on 2008
Meaney stated publicly on XM Radio’s program “Stand Up Sit Down “ that he was gay. He accepted his homosexuality, on May 5, 2008, and soon after that he and his wife Mary Ann divorced. They had stayed together for 11 years and had a daughter named Kate.Edit
Died at the age of 60
The brilliant comedian tragically passed away on October 21, 2016, at the age of 60. He was found dead at his home in Forestburgh, New York and it was shocking news to his fan followers. The true reason behind his passing remained a mystery until today.Edit