Tim Vine Biography, Age, Family, Net Worth, Books, Movies and TV Shows

Tim Vine English comedian.

Tim Vine Biography

Tim Vine born in England as Timothy Mark Vine is an author, actor, stand-up comedian, and presenter who has been recognized widely for his great jokes, and his work on Not Going Out.

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How old is Tim Vine?-Age

The comedian is 54 years old as of 1 August 2021. He was born on 4 March 1967 in Cheam, Sutton, United Kingdom.

Tim Vine Parents-Family

He was born as the last-born child of Guy Vine and Diana Vine. His father was a lecturer in civil engineering at North East Surrey College of Technology while his mother was a doctor’s receptionist who later became a housewife. He has two elder siblings; a brother Jeremy Vine, who works as a journalist, author, and BBC Radio 2 presenter, and a sister Sonya Vine.

Tim Vine English comedian
Tim Vine English comedian

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, presenter.

Tim Vine Career

In 1995, for his show The Tim Vine Fiasco, Tim won the Perrier newcomer award. He appeared regularly at the Festival Fringe in Edinburgh. Many of his jokes have been wrongly credited to Tommy Cooper, many being in Cooper’s style. The West End show about Tommy Cooper actually features some of Vine’s jokes.
Vine hosted the Channel 5 game show, Whittle, from 1997 to 1998. Vine hosted the Channel 4 game show Fluke, which he invented, from May to August 1997.

Vine appeared on ITV’s The Sketch Show with Lee Mack from 2001 until 2004. He appeared in Not Going Out as Timothy Gladstone Adams from 2006 until his departure in 2012. He joined the cast of BBC comedy Blandings in series 2 as Sebastian Beach, airing in 2014. In July 2016, Vine presented a series of four episodes of The Tim Vine Chat Show’ on BBC Radio 4. In September and October of 2017, the second series of six episodes were broadcast. In August 2010, Vine won the prize for the funniest joke of that year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Tim  Not Going Out

He appeared as Tim Adams, a 15-year-old friend of Lee Mack in the British television sitcom Not Going Out. The two friends spend most of their days on Lee’s sofa watching television or at the local pub.

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

Tim Books

2019; Punslinger

2013; The Tim Vine Bumper Book of Silliness: Daft Jokes, Crazy Pictures, Utter Nonsense

Tim Vine Career

Vine’s debasement mainly consists of a series of one-liners and puns for rapid-fire. He often participated at the Fringe Edinburgh Festival in 1995, where he received the Perrier newcomer awards with shows including The Tim Vine Shambles and The Tim VineFiasco. In 2006, he had a massive publicity hoarding with his name and image built, with a little subheading “…is not at the Edinburgh Festival of this year.”  For the first couple of weeks of the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Vine appeared at Pleasance Courtyard to perform a show called Punslinger.

In tours such as Current Puns in 2006 and Punslinger in 2008, Vine has performed on a United Kingdom tour. In July 2008 he recorded a performance at London’s Bloomsbury Theater, which was published on 27 October 2008 as the new DVD So I Said To This Bloke. During February and March, his third tour was The Joke-a motive, and a DVD from the concert was published in November 2011.

Many of Vine’s gags were wrongly attributed to Tommy Cooper, many in the style of Cooper. Vine’s jokes are actually part of the West End Show about Tommy Cooper.

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