Mark Dolan Bio, Age, Education, Wife, Kids, GB News, Net Worth

Mark Dolan

Mark Dolan Biography

Mark Dolan is an English writer, broadcaster and comedian. He works for GB News Tonight Live every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9 pm to midnight. Featuring an all-star panel, celebrity guests, Mark’s daily monologue and lively debate around the biggest stories . Prior to that, he was host of the daily talkRADIO Drivetime show, Monday to Friday 4 till 7.

Mark Dolan Age

Mark was born on 17th March, 1974, London, England.

Mark Dolan Height

Mark stand at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Mark Dolan Education

Dolan attended University College School and the University of Edinburgh, where he received an MA in politics. Whilst an undergraduate at Edinburgh.

Mark Dolan Nationality

Mark is an English Nationality.

Mark Dolan Parents

Dolan’s parents are Irish however he has not disclosed their names.

Mark Dolan Siblings

Dolan has not revealed about his siblings.

Mark Dolan Wife

Dolan is married to his wife, Katia Kvinge. Katia Kvinge is a Scottish BAFTA New Talent Award Nominated comedian, actor and impressionist. As seen on BBC, C4, Comedy Central, ITV, MTV and Netflix. After graduating with a Degree in Fine Art from Edinburgh University she trained in Acting & Clown at Gaulier.

Mark Dolan Children

Mark and his wife, Katia Kvinge have two children.

Mark Dolan GB News

Mark  has been hosting corporate events for the last two decades. Polished, smart, witty and professional, Mark is the go to performer for business events. Combining his broadcasting expertise for communication and his warm sense of humour, honed on the UK stand-up circuit, Mark is the best of both worlds.

Dolan started as a stand-up comedian in 2000, reaching the final of Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny competition in his first year of performing.. He has toured the world as a live comic and has performed 11 runs at the Edinburgh Fringe. He won an award at the 2018 Leicester Mercury Comedy Festival for best joke of the festival and later performed online during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dolan’s career in media began as a radio producer, working for the female-only Viva Radio, 963 Liberty and the original incarnation of talkRADIO and then talkSPORT. He was the producer of the Nick Ferrari and David Banks-fronted Big Boys’ Breakfast, to which he also contributed comedy sketches.

Mark  was the host of Channel 4 show Balls of Steel, which he presented from 2005 to 2008 and for which he won Best Presenter at the NRTA Awards. He was also the presenter of the TV documentary series The World’s …And Me, in which he met some of “the world’s most extraordinary people”, including the tallest woman in the world, the smallest man and the richest teenager. The show ran to three series and twelve one-hour films and led to the release of the book The World’s Most Extraordinary People and Me, published by Harper Collins.

Mark Dolan Political Correctness

Dolan said that; Political correctness is killing British comedy. Political correctness, term used to refer to language that seems intended to give the least amount of offense, especially when describing groups identified by external markers such as race, gender, culture, or sexual orientation.

Mark Dolan Salary

Mark earns an estimated annual salary of USD 150,000.

Mark Dolan Net Worth

Dolan net worth is estimated to be USD 5 million.

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