Sarah Millican is an English Comedian who started her career in 2004.
She's debut Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Sarah Millican's Not Nice, inspired by her divorce, won the if.comedy award for Best Newcomer in 2008.
In spring 2009 she began previewing her second Edinburgh show, attracting enthusiastic reviews for her material on the battle of the sexes.
Her third show, Chatterbox, was hosted by the Stand Comedy Club during Fringe 2010.
Sarah has appeared as a panellist on 8 Out of 10 Cats, Have I Got News for You, Mock the Week, You Have Been Watching, Would I Lie to You?, QI and Never Mind the Buzzcocks, and as a performer at The Secret Policeman's Ball 2008 and on 4 Stands Up.
She was a regular co-host of the satirical news show 7 Day Sunday on BBC Radio 5 Live, along with comedians Chris Addison, Andy Zaltzman and one different guest each week.
In September 2014, Sarah founded Standard Issue, an online magazine for women, which was followed up by a spinoff podcast in February 2016.
She's autobiography, How to be Champion, was published in October 2017.
In November 2019 she began a YouTube channel, uploading clips from her stand-up shows and The Sarah Millican Television Programme as well as interviews from other shows.
Her YouTube channel has about 350 thousand subscribers and about 50 million views through which she also earns very well.
Her social media accounts have about 480 thousand followers, so she helps many brands by promoting their products and services.
Sarah Millican's net worth is currently estimated at $4 million.
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Sarah Millican is married to a comedian Gary Delaney since 2013.
Sarah Millican’s father is Philip D. King.
Sarah Millican’s mother is Valerie Prince.
Siblings: Sarah Millican has a sister named Victoria King.