|Age||48 years old|
|Height||5 feet and 9 inches|
|Profession||Radio representer, Comedian,|
Shaun Keaveny, who is 48 years, is a British broadcaster and is married to Lucy Irving.
Shaun Keaveny is a broadcaster who presents on the digital radio station on BBC. Keaveny worked for the BBC, hosting the weekday afternoon show (Monday-Thursday) and the Friday breakfast show on XFM London until 2006.
Keaveny joined BBC Radio 6 Music in 2007 and hosted the late-night show until April of that year. On April 2, 2007, he started hosting the BBC 6 Music Breakfast Show. He also fills in for several BBC Radio 2 presenters. On February 16, 2013, Keaveny performed as a member of Destiny’s Dad in the fifth series of Let’s Dance for Comic Relief, alongside fellow stand-up comedians Hal Cruttenden and Mark Dolan.
Who is Shaun Keaveny’s wife?
Lucy Irving is the wife of Shaun Keaveny. They have two sons and a daughter together.
However, some reports reported that they split up in 2011, but Lucy proved them wrong when she tweeted a photo of them together in 2014, proving them wrong. Previously, Shaun was also rumored to be a but he proved them wrong by marrying his girlfriend, Lucy.
What is the Age of Shaun Keaveny?
Shaun Keaveny is 48 years old as of 2021. He was born on June 14, 1972, in Leigh, Lancashire.
How much is his Net Worth?
Although the exact net worth of Shaun Keaveny is unknown, he might be entitled to $55,696 per year as a radio representer. (According to ZipRecruiter.)
Learn about his Bio and Wiki.
The British native, Shaun Keaveny has been featured on Wikipedia.
Keaveny grew up in Leigh, Greater Manchester, on the Higher Folds housing estate. He went to Astley’s St Mary’s Catholic High School and then Leeds’ Trinity and All Saints College. Apart from radio representative and comedian, he is also a writer. R2D2 Lives in Preston, Keaveny’s first novel, was released in November 2010. It’s a set of little-known information about different towns around the United Kingdom to his radio show’s Toast the Nation feature.
Moreover, Keaveny also narrated the Channel 5 series The Mega Council Estate Nextdoor, which premiered in September 2020.
In the 70s Sounds of the Seventies would have been Sounds of the Twenties. And that blows my mind.
— Shaun Keaveny 💙 (@shaunwkeaveny) May 2, 2021