Kati Cameron- Husband, Ray Cameron’s net worth, And Children

Kati Cameron

Kati Cameron is the mother of English comedian, writer, and television presenter, Michael Hazen James McIntyre. Kati was married to a Canadian comedian and comedy writer, Thomas Cameron McIntyre, known as Ray Cameron.

Kati Cameron: Profile Summary

Name Kati Cameron
Gender Female
Famous asMichael McIntyre’s mother
SpouseRay Cameron
Children Michael McIntyre, Lucy McIntyre
Kati Cameron’s grandchildrenLucas McIntyre and Oscar McIntyre
Kati Cameron’s daughter in lawKitty McIntyre

kati Cameron is of Hungarian Jewish ancestry while her husband Ray Cameron was a Canadian. Kati’s husband, Ray Cameron was born on 19 April 1936 in Canada and died at the age of 55 years (27 December 1993) in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Her husband was a famous Screenwriter and among the richest Screenwriters. Her husband was ranked on the list of most popular Screenwriters and the elite list of famous celebrities born in Canada.

Kati’s husband also got married to Holly Hughes.

The husband of Kati, Ray Cameron’s net worth is approximately $1.5 Million as his source of income was from his job as a Screenwriter.

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Kati’s husband was the Father of Billy Cameron McIntyre, Georgina Rose McIntyre, Michael McIntyre, and Lucy McIntyre. Kati Cameron had her children Michael McIntyre, and Lucy McIntyr with her husband Ray.

Kati’s son Michael McIntyre celebrates his birthday on 21 February every year. Her son, Michael was married to Kitty Ward and had two sons, Lucas and Oscar. Her son was the highest-grossing stand-up comedian in the world as of 2012.

Her son also presents his own Saturday night series, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, and the game show, The Wheel, on BBC One. Michael has been nominated and has won numerous awards too. He won Best Headliner, Best Comedian, Best Male TV Comic, and Best Entertainment Performance (Michael McIntyre’s Big Show) among other awards.

Kati’s child, Michael McIntyre published his autobiography, Life and Laughing: My Story, and the second part of his memoirs, A Funny Life, detailing his life after his debut at the 2006 Royal Variety Performance (the event at which his previous book concluded).

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