Tim Vine was once engaged to his partner to get married. However, life had different plans for them, so just after a couple of days of engagement, they broke their relationship.
Married With Wife Or Gay?
Although the joke machine has never got married, he once had an engagement with a mysterious lady. He and his then-girlfriend got engaged, but sadly, Tim could not savor his bond, and just after three days, he decided to call off their engagement.
No, I made that decision one day, and I got down on one knee, and I said, “Will you never marry me,” and luckily for me they said “yes.” No, I’m joking. I did once propose to someone, and it was a disaster, I was engaged for three days, and then I broke it off. Anyway, let’s keep it light.
Likewise, he was also in a dating relationship with his former partner named Louise. He had his first kiss with her at Colwyn Bay in Wales.
Since then, Tim has never been romantically linked with any ladies, and it is safe to say that to date, he does not have a wife.
Because of this, he has been in the speculations of being gay. However, he has never addressed the rumors. But his relationship with women suggests that he is straight.
Bio- Family & Height
Tim was born in London, England, on 4 March 1967 to parents Guy Vine and Diana Tillett.
His father, Guy, was a lecturer in civil engineering who had a tragic death in 2018. And his mother is a housewife who had worked as a receptionist.
Talking about his family, the comedian has two siblings; an elder brother named Jeremy Vine and a sister named Sonya. His brother Jeremy is a presenter on BBC News.
Tim Vine and his brother Jeremy Vine (Photo: dailymail.co.uk)
Tim, along with his siblings, had attended a private school. For higher education, Tim and his brother went to Epsom College.
His height is 1.88 m (6 feet 2 inches), and he holds British nationality. Tim is a supporter of the Sutton United Football Club and enjoys playing darts and cricket in his spare time.
Tim has racked a substantial net worth of $3 million as a British actor and comedian.
He started his TV career in 1997, appearing on Fluke as a Presenter. He came to the limelight in 2001 after appearing on ITV's The Sketch Show.
Tom broke the Guinness World Record for the most jokes told in an hour on 7 October 2004. He beat the previous record of 362 by 499. It was not just delivering jokes, but he had to get a laugh from the audience to count the record. However, Australian comedian Taylor Goodwin, inspired by Vine, broke the record on November 2014 by telling 550 jokes in an hour.
Tim won the prize for the funniest joke of the 2010's Edinburgh Fringe. The joke was,
'I've just been on a once-in-a-lifetime holiday. I'll tell you what, never again.'
After a year, in August 2011, he won the second funniest joke at the Edinburgh Fringe. His winning joke was,
'Crime in multi-story car parks. That is wrong on so many different levels.' Nick Helm was the one who won the prize for the first joke.'
He has written a couple of books as well. His first book was The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book (2010), which contained over 1000 jokes and puns. A year later, he released his second book named The Not Quite Biggest Ever Ti Vine Joke Book: Children's Edition. In 2013, he released his third book, The Tim Vine Bumper Book of Silliness: Daft Jokes, Crazy Pictures, Utter Nonsense.
During the pandemic, he had started his home-made sketch show where he burst his silly jokes using his household items. The show that ran for 56 episodes was well appreciated by his fans all over the world.