Romesh Ranganathan

Comedian

Romesh Ranganathan was born in Crawley, England, United Kingdom on January 30th, 1978 and is the Comedian. At the age of 46, Romesh Ranganathan biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
January 30, 1978
Nationality
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Crawley, England, United Kingdom
Age
46 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aquarius
Profession
Actor, Comedian, Presenter
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Education
Birkbeck, University of London
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Spouse(s)
Leesa Ranganathan
Children
3
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Ranga Ranganathan, Sivashanthini "Shanthi" Ranganathan
Romesh Ranganathan Life

Jonathan Romesh Ranganathan (born 27 March 1978) is a British stand-up comedian and actor.

At the 2013 Edinburgh Comedy Awards, he was nominated for Best Newcomer.

He has appeared on comedy panel shows, and in 2016, he co-presented It's Not Rocket Science on ITV, alongside Rachel Riley and Ben Miller.

He is best known for his deadpan comedy. You're Fired!, Play to the Whistle, and the Museum of Curiosity are among The Apprentice's regular panellists.

He completed his first major tour, Irrational Live, in which he appeared in major venues, including the Hammersmith Apollo.

Ranganathan was also a member of A League of Their Own in 2018, replacing Jack Whitehall.

Judge Romesh and The Ranganation have appeared on comedy programs.

Straight Outta Crawley is his autobiography.

Early life

Jonathan Romesh Ranganathan was born in Crawley, West Sussex, to Sri Lankan Tamil Hindu parents Ranga and Sivashanthi "Shanthi" Ranganathan. As an infant, he had an eye infection that left him with right-sided ptosis, which is sometimes described as a lazy eye.

Ranganathan studied mathematics at Birkbeck College, University of London, for two years. He taught mathematics at Hazelwick School in Crawley, Surrey, and The Beacon School, Banstead, Surrey, and was a freestyle rapper under the rap name "Ranga" when he reached the finals of the UK freestyle competition. Ranganathan began performing as a comedian while teaching as a tutor.

Personal life

Ranganathan and his three children live in Crawley, England. He and his wife first met when they were both working at Hazelwick School, where she was a drama instructor.

Ranganathan is best known by his middle name Romesh. Jonathan was not aware that his first name was Jonathan when he started learning, as listed on his birth certificate. Ranganathan recalled that his parents told him that this was because his name would otherwise sound too "ethnic" when applying for jobs as an adult.

Ranganathan is a vegan who has been vegetarian up to 2013. He is a fan of Arsenal FC. Ranganathan was a Hindu pilgrimage.

Richard Pryor, Nas, the Albanian flag, and the Transformers' Autobot emblem on his body, he said he became obsessed with getting tattooed and subsequently has tattoos with his sons' names.

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Romesh Ranganathan Career

Career

On Radio 4 Extra, Ranganathan began presenting Newsjack in March 2014. In 2014, he appeared on The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice, during which he unveiled his own vegan chocolate brownies.

Ranganathan has appeared on several episodes of 8 Out of ten Cats Does Countdown. Russell Howard's Good News, Sweat the Little Stuff, The Last Leg, Virtually Famous, Have I Got News for You, QI, and Mock the Week are among his recent appearances. He appeared in the third episode of Jon Richardson Grows Up as a contestant on Taskmaster's first series. In 2015, he appeared at The Royal Variety Show. In 2015, he produced a series for BBC Three, Asia Prosecutors, in which he travelled to Sri Lanka to discover his ancestral roots.

Ranganathan starred in his own 10-episode docu-comedy on Showtime in 2018 and appeared in his own 10-episode docu-comedy called Just Another Immigrant.

Straight Outta Crawley, Ranganathan's autobiography, was released in 2018.

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BAFTA TV Awards 2024 are beaten in the ratings war by Britain's Got Talent and Countryfile as its peak audience drops for the first time in two years from 3.8 million to 3 million

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 13, 2024
The 2024 BAFTA TV Awards saw a slew of stars awarded with prestigious prizes at The Royal Festival Hall in London on Sunday night. But the ceremony itself failed to come out on top in the battle of the ratings, as it was only the fifth most watched programme of the night. According to overnight reports, the star-studded show - which aired on BBC One - had an average audience of 2.6 million and peaked slightly higher, at 3 million - the lowest in two years.

Smiling Amber Gill flashes her underwear in a see-through black jumpsuit as she leaves the BAFTA TV afterparty

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 13, 2024
Amber Gill beamed in a see-through black jumpsuit as she left the BAFTA TV Awards held at the Royal Festival Hall in London. The 2019 Love Island winner, 26, stunned in the outfit which she wore over strapless black bra and black underwear. One of the jumpsuit's thin straps fell off Amber's shoulder as she prepared to make her way home after the star-studded event. Amber accessorised with silver dangly earrings featuring dark precious stones and a silver nose stud. The star wore her long black braids in a low bun and carried her large phone and little handbag in one hand.

BAFTA TV Awards hosts Rob Beckett  and Romesh Ranganathan risk sparking feud with Bradley and Barney Walsh after VERY risqué opening monologue joke

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 13, 2024
BAFTA TV Awards hosts Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan risked sparking a feud with two stars during their opening monologue on Sunday night. The comedians 38 and 46 respectively, poked fun at father-son duo Bradley and Barney Walsh with a very risqué quip. The presenters compared them to the family dynamics in drama Succession and hinted that Barney's showbiz career was mostly down to his father opening doors for him.
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