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A British comedian, actor, and television presenter, Paul O’Grady (Paul James O’Grady) was born on June 14, 1955, in the town of Birkenhead, in the United Kingdom, and is best.

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Immediately prior to Murphy’s death, O’Grady had assured him that his (O’Grady’s) production firm – now named Olga TV after one of O’Grady’s dogs – would take over creative control of The Paul O’Grady Show following his passing. This was not permitted by ITV, and as a result, O’Grady decided to accept a proposal from Channel 4 to move the show to their network. The show would be renamed The New Paul O’Grady Show, and it would share the time slot with old rivals, Richard and Judy. As a result of his departure from ITV, O’Grady was roundly criticized in the press, with some accusing him of doing so in order to earn a larger income elsewhere. Channel 4 eventually offered him a deal for £2 million per year, making him one of the country’s highest-paid television figures. O’Grady was upset with ITV management, who refused to grant Olga TV permission to continue using their studio space, forcing the show to shift to BBC’s studio 1 in Broadcasting House, where it currently airs. Meanwhile, as Station 4 began broadcasting episodes of The New Paul O’Grady Show, ITV broadcast duplicate episodes of The Paul O’Grady Show in an attempt to confuse viewers and entice them to their channel. In spite of this, the show continued to garner positive feedback.

In 2018, O’Grady presented Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs: India, which was a retrospective of his work. The return of Blind Date has been announced for the third season, which will begin filming in February 2018.

On any given day, O’Grady can be found between his Central London apartment and his rural Kentish farmhouse. He cultivates organic fruit and vegetables as well as a variety of herbs on his property, as he has a deep interest in herbal medicine. He has always been an animal enthusiast, and as a boy, he had a variety of animals as pets. He has stated that his mother thought he was “a little crazy” because he had rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, mice, a ferret, and a rat. He kept a variety of animals on his farm in Kent, including sheep, pigs, goats, donkeys, ducks, chickens, geese, ferrets, bats, mice, and dogs. During their appearances on The Paul O’Grady Show, two of O’Grady’s pet dogs gained widespread recognition in the United Kingdom. The first was Buster Elvis Savage, a Shih Tzu/Bichon Frise cross, and the second was Buster Elvis Savage II, a Shih Tzu/Bichon Frise cross. When Buster was diagnosed with cancer in November 2009, he was put to sleep. He had been a rescue dog. Buster was the subject of the second volume of O’Grady’s memoirs, which was devoted to him and described him as “the greatest canine star since Lassie.” A second dog, a Cairn Terrier named Olga, also gained notoriety when it was reported in 2013 that she was taking chemotherapy as part of her cancer treatment. Olga was put to sleep on April 21, 2018, after suffering from kidney failure for a number of months. On the 7th of February, it was announced that Blind Date would be returning to Channel 5 for a new season in the coming year. Announcing his replacement for his long-time friend, Cilla Black, on March 16, 2017, O’Grady stated that he will be hosting the series.

The show, which is produced by So Television and Stellify Media, premiered on June 17, 2017, at 7 p.m., and is currently broadcasting. There were an average of 1.5 million viewers per episode throughout the first season, which ended on July 22nd, 2017. There was a Christmas episode that aired on December 23, 2017, before the second series began airing on December 30, 2017.

The two-part Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Animals: India television series, which aired in 2017, had O’Grady as the host. The Paul O’Grady Story, a one-off documentary broadcast on Channel 5 in June 2017, told the storey of O’Grady’s life and career. During the August 2017 broadcast of Channel 4, O’Grady presented the three-part documentary Paul O’Grady’s Hollywood.

A new book titled Paul O’Grady’s Country Life was published on November 2, 2017, by O’Grady Publishing. In September 2015, it was announced that O’Grady would host a new six-part series for BBC One, which would cover the operations of the Salvation Army in the United Kingdom. It broadcast on Sunday evenings from March 27 to May 1, 2016, under the title Paul O’Grady: The Sally Army & Me, and lasted for six episodes.

During the month of June 2016, O’Grady hosted a 90-minute television special for Channel 4 entitled Paul O’Grady’s 100 Years of Movie Musicals. Paul O’Grady’s Favourite Fairy Tales, a one-off program for ITV, premiered on December 20, 2016, and was hosted by O’Grady. His next appearance was in Hilda Ogden’s Last Ta-ra, which was a memorial to the late Coronation Street actress Jean Alexander, which aired on ITV the following evening.


In September 2016, O’Grady was recognized for his work with animals when he was named the winner of the RSPCA’s Animal Hero Awards, where he received the award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Animal Welfare.’

In 2015, O’Grady announced that the show would not be renewed for any additional seasons. For the Love of Dogs returned for a fifth season, commencing in September 2016, as well as Christmas and ‘Best in Show’ specials, despite the claims of the critics and fans. The sixth season of For the Love of Dogs premiered on ITV in October 2017 and was followed by a second Christmas special the following month.

In 2015, O’Grady produced Bob Monkhouse: The Million Joke Man, a three-part documentary series for Gold that examined the life of comedian and television broadcaster Bob Monkhouse. During the month of December 2015, O’Grady made an appearance in Our Cilla, a one-off documentary on the life of Cilla Black.

In 2015, O’Grady appeared as a guest on Kate Thornton’s Paper Cuts. A two-part documentary for BBC Radio 2 entitled The Story of the Light was broadcast in September 2017 and starred O’Grady. O’Grady commemorated the 50th anniversary of Radio 2 by taking a look back at the BBC Light Programme, which was replaced by the channel in the broadcast. Following his work with Animal Orphans, O’Grady was invited to become a patron of the Orangutan Appeal UK in October 2015.

With a “amazing hardcore of fans [who] aim to be at as many recordings as possible,” the show garnered a devoted following, with many fans arriving at the studio gates two hours before the scheduled start time in order to grab the best seats.  Many times, fans queuing to see the show had to be turned away because there were too many people there, and during live shows, as many as a hundred people had to be turned away at a given time.

From 14 January 2014 to 14 February 2014, O’Grady hosted a three-part documentary series on ITV called Paul O’Grady’s Animal Orphans, in which he travelled to Africa to meet some of the continent’s animal orphans, which aired from 14 January 2014 to 14 February 2014. A second three-part series premiered on January 20, 2015, and a third two-episode series premiered on April 14, 2016, respectively.

In 2014, he appeared in a Stand Up to Cancer programme on Gogglebox to raise awareness of the disease. A short Birds of a Feather sketch for ITV’s Text Santa appeal in December 2014 featured O’Grady as Santa Claus, and the comedy was broadcast on ITV. On December 31, 2014, O’Grady featured in the one-off ITV documentary Rita & Me, which celebrated Barbara Knox’s fifty years on Coronation Street as Rita Tanner. O’Grady was a guest on the show. In 2014, O’Grady appeared in a television marketing campaign for Dementia Friends, which aimed to increase awareness of the disease.

In the autumn of 2013, O’Grady returned to ITV to host a relaunch of his teatime talk show The Paul O’Grady Show, which he had previously hosted. Filming for the series took place at The London Studios, which was produced by his own production firm Olga TV. O’Grady suffered an angina episode in November 2013 and required more heart surgery as a result. He was reportedly attempting to quit smoking at the time of the incident. After then, the show returned for more seasons in 2014 and 2015.

The first series received an average of 4.07 million viewers, the second received an average of 4.97 million viewers, the third received 3.98 million viewers, the fourth received an average of 3.74 million viewers, the fifth received an average of 4.39 million viewers, and the sixth received an average of 4.56 million viewers. For “Most Popular Factual Entertainment Program,” the show has received two National Television Awards, one in 2013 and the other in 2014. In addition, the programme was nominated for a BAFTA award in 2013.

In February 2009, O’Grady appeared as a guest judge on an episode of the television show Let’s Dance for Comic Relief. A one-off special for ITV in April 2012, The One and Only Des O’Connor, in which O’Grady reflected on the life of Des O’Connor, was hosted by O’Grady. On the 3rd of July, 2013, O’Grady narrated the ITV documentary Me and My Guide Dog, which followed the work of Guide Dogs in the United Kingdom. The documentary Gypsy Rose Lee, on burlesque dancer Gypsy Rose Lee, was broadcast on ITV on April 14, 2013, as part of the network’s Perspectives series. It was also during that month that he hosted ITV’s British Animal Honours award event.

In 2013, O’Grady appeared as Tim Connor, a cancer patient, in three episodes of the television series Holby City. On October 31, 2013, O’Grady appeared in a non-broadcast pilot for the BBC One sitcom Led Astray, in which she co-starred with Cilla Black. Because to the duo’s hectic schedules, the show was not picked up for a full season on television.

O’Grady hosted the two-part BBC documentary series Paul O’Grady’s Working Britain, which aired on the 15th and 22nd of August in 2013. The series was nominated for a National Television Award in January 2014. ‘The One and Only Cilla Black,’ a 90-minute ITV special honouring Cilla Black’s 50 years in show business, was shown on October 16, 2013, Paul O’Grady hosted it. The show was eventually re-aired shortly after Cilla Black’s death in August 2015, with O’Grady introducing the broadcast with a brief homage to the late actress.

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Birthday/Birth Date:  14 June 1955 (age 66 years), Birkenhead, United Kingdom
Birth Place: Birkenhead, United Kingdom
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1. Paul O Grady was born on 14 June 1955 (age 66 years), Birkenhead, United Kingdom

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