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The reason why Paddy McGuinness got into comedy

Paddy McGuinness has revealed the main driving force behind him getting into comedy was due to seeing how much his pal Peter Kay got paid.

Niomi Harris, Daily Mail, 27th October 2021

Peter Kay makes £2.7m in a year and is now worth £35m

Peter Kay is worth a whopping £35million and makes £2.7m in a year - despite quitting fame.

The comic, 48, ploughed millions into new investments, accounts for his companies reveal.

Amy Brookbanks & Amanda Devlin, The Sun, 16th October 2021

Max And Paddy to return?

Paddy McGuinness has suggested that Max And Paddy's Road To Nowhere, the Channel 4 sitcom he starred in with Peter Kay, may return. Two Christmas specials have already been written.

British Comedy Guide, 8th September 2021

New Peter Kay autobiography and audiobook

Peter Kay has recorded an audiobook of his bestselling first autobiography, The Sound Of Laughter, for the very first time. Including two new chapters, it will be published later this month. The comic has also revealed he has begun work on a third volume, charting his TV career.

British Comedy Guide, 8th September 2021

Audible to re-release Peter Kay's autobiography

Audible is releasing an audiobook of Peter Kay's record-breaking autobiography The Sound of Laughter in September with two new and exclusive bonus chapters.

The Bookseller, 25th August 2021

Car Share could return for a Christmas special

Peter Kay excited Car Share fans as he revealed that he may bring the comedy series back for a Christmas special.

Isobel Lewis, The Independent, 9th August 2021

Peter Kay gets standing ovation on return to stage

Comedian tells live Q&A in Manchester that comeback is 'like getting in a hot bath'.

The Guardian, 7th August 2021

Peter Kay's comeback charity gigs hijacked by touts

Peter Kay's return to the stage has been hijacked by ticket touts.

Joe Kasper, The Sun, 31st July 2021

Peter Kay is getting on stage to help my sick daughter

"Most parents never imagine that one day they might be told their healthy 18-year-old daughter has 12 months to live."

Eleanor Steafel, The Telegraph, 30th July 2021

Peter Kay's stage comeback sells out in 30 minutes

The two charity shows called Doing It For Laura will take place at Manchester's 3,500-capacity O2 Apollo on 7 August - and tickets sold out within just half an hour of going on sale, with fans after that being directed to a waiting list.

Sky News, 30th July 2021

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