Romesh Ranganathan (Comedian) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Romesh Ranganathan

Famous for his frequent appearances on the British comedy television programs Stand Up for the Week, Mock the Week, and Play to the Whistle, he is also notable for his appearances on Funny Valentines and House of Fools. Also a live stand-up comic, he was nominated for a 2013 Edinburgh Comedy Newcomer Award.

Before beginning his comedy career, he taught math and performed a freestyle rap act under the stage name of Ranga.

Apart from his career as a comedy performer, he played a small role in the 2014 German drama film Zeit der Kannibalen.

Born into a Sri Lankan-British family, he spent his early days in Crawley, West Sussex, England. He and his wife, Leesa, became parents to three children, including a son, Charlie, who was born while Ranganathan was performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

He was featured in the first season of the Kevin McHale-hosted comedy quiz show Virtually Famous.

Romesh Ranganathan Age

How old is Romesh Ranganathan? He was born in 1978, he is 46 years old.

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Romesh Ranganathan Wiki

Romesh Ranganathan Wiki/Bio
Famous asComedian
Age46 years old
BirthdayJanuary 30, 1978
BirthplaceCrawley, England
Zodiac SignAquarius
Net WorthN/A

Quotes by Romesh Ranganathan

Because let’s be clear about this: birthdays are for children. It’s the one day of the year where they get properly spoilt and are the centre of attention, and they get the presents they really, really want.

— Romesh Ranganathan

We are entering an age where people can claim to know more about what really happened than the people who were there. Where people will dismiss eyewitness accounts, on the basis of their gut feelings; where they will refute scientific discoveries because the scientist just doesn’t look trustworthy.

— Romesh Ranganathan

When my wife and I promised the rest of our lives to each other, I doubt either of us suspected that life would involve quite so much TV.

— Romesh Ranganathan

I just write what I think is funny, or interesting, and hopefully everything else will take care of itself. There’s no strategy to anything.

— Romesh Ranganathan

I’ve always loved American stand-up. Richard Pryor is one of the main reasons I got into stand-up. After Pryor, I made my way through the other great American comics, then finally got into the British ones over here.

— Romesh Ranganathan