Dara Ó Briain has his own family, which consists of a wife and two children. Briain’s family lives in North London, but not much has been talked about his wife in public. Let’s read about who is the Dara O Briain wife? When did Briain married?
Dara Ó Briain is one of the favorite stand-up comedians and TV presenters from the UK & Ireland. He is best known for hosting Mock The Week, Robot Wars, Three Men in a Boat, Dara and Ed’s Great Big Adventure, Dara Ó Briain ‘s Science Club, Stargazing Live, and the BBC Television documentary Dara Ó Briain Meets Stephen Hawking.
All about wife Susan Briain
In 2006, Ó Briain married his wife Susan O Briain, who is a surgeon. The couple was blessed with a daughter, born in 2008 and a child in 2012. Briain keeps his wife & children from digital media under lime light and lives in the UK.
He got booed at a Dublin stand-up gig, according to the Irish Mirror, for saying he would “always love my English girl” if they scored a goal against Ireland. The four-member family live together in North London.
Dara O Briain on English vs Irish
In a 2016 interview with the Paper, he spoke of being an Irish man who raises his children in Britain.
He said: “They aren’t born with DNA crying to be back on the turf – it’s not in them.
“They’ll wear Ireland T-shirts and they’re very excited for Ireland and daddy when he is jumping up and down at the telly but they create their own identity and you have to let them to do that.
“It was nice to play with that tension during stand up in front of Vicar Street when I said ‘I love my English child,’ it created this weird ripple in the room.
Wedding Ring for O Briain
However, the Sun notes that the best man at Ó Briain’s wedding was professional comedian Ed Byrne.
The comedian and host told the Shropshire Star his most treasured asset was his wedding ring, but not for the romantic reason you would anticipate.
Briain as an atheist, but “ethnically Catholic”
“He sees himself as an atheist, but “ethnically Catholic” Ó Briain said: “I’m staunchly atheist, I just don’t believe in God. But, of course, I’m still Catholic. Catholicism has a far wider scope than just faith. I’m practically Catholic, it’s the box you have to tick on the form of the census:’ Don’t believe in God, but I hate Rangers still.’
His surname is O’Brien‘s original Irish form, suggesting his descent from King Brian Boru (c. 941-1014), admitting, “My dad was interested in, and modified, the Irish language movement. It confuses even Irish citizens now.