Who is Craig Ferguson’s wife? The Scottish-American TV host’s monologue defending Britney Spears has resurfaced following the recent release of the documentary Framing Britney Spears.
As a result, many people are wondering about his private life, including whether or not he’s married.
Who is Craig Ferguson?
Craig Ferguson was born in the Springburn district of Glasgow, Scotland, in May 1962. His first visit to the US was in 1975 when he was 13, where he visited an uncle who lived on Long Island.
In his book, American On Purpose: The Improbable Adventures Of An Unlikely Patriot, he mentions that when he moved to New York in 1983, he worked in construction in Harlem. He then became a bouncer at a nightclub before moving back to Scotland.
However, it wasn’t long before Ferguson would make his way back across the Atlantic. In January 1995, after establishing himself as a comedian at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, he moved to Los Angeles.
He’s best known for hosting the CBS late-night talk show, The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, which ran from 2005-2014.
Meet Craig Ferguson’s wife, Megan Cunningham
Craig Ferguson’s wife is Megan Wallace Cunningham. The couple married in 2008 in a private ceremony on Cunningham’s family farm in Chester, Vermont.
They have a son, Liam James, who was born in 2011.
Cunningham is Craig Ferguson’s third wife. He was first married in 1983 to Anne Hogarth. The pair lived and married in New York, but separated three just years later.
The Sun have reported that in the 1980s and early 1990s, Ferguson struggled to keep down a job due to his lifestyle, and it seems this pressure may have impacted his first marriage.
In 1998, Ferguson married Sascha Corwin, the founder and proprietor of Los Angeles SpySchool. Their son, Milo, was born in 2001.
However, the couple divorced in 2004. Their son Milo is now studying at the School Of Visual Arts in New York City.
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