Paul Sinha Illness Health Update, His Net Worth & Wife

Paul Sinha Illness: His Health Update

Paul Sinha Illness: His Health Update

Paul Sinha illness has made him pull out of filming for the new spin off Beat The Chasers airing on ITV.

Paul is a British quizzer, comedian, and award-winning broadcaster, who has written and performed extensively on Radio 4.

Paul Sinha Illness

Sinha has been facing illness since 2019.

In June 2019, this award-winning broadcaster announced that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

He revealed that he could not film episodes of the spin-off show Beat The Chasers because of his poor health condition.

Moreover, he confirmed through Twitter that he would not be starring on the show but felt much better.

Paul Sinha Health Update

Sinha’s health condition is updated to be much better than before.

However, he is certainly not feeling well and having health problems that did not even let him appear on the show.

This comedian has not revealed whether his recent health problem was related to Parkinson’s disease or not.

Paul Sinha Net Worth Revealed

Comedian Sinha has a total net worth of 1.4 million pounds.

He has earned a huge amount of money from his professions as he has been involved in many works and has TV appearances.

It is known that he began performing stand-up while working as a junior doctor in hospitals in London and King’s Lynn. 

Paul is not active on Instagram and has not shared much about his lifestyle, but it is known that a lot of his money has been wasted because of his disease.

Who Is Paul Sinha Wife?

Paul Sinha is married to his wife named Oliver Levy.

Sinha and Levy got married on December 14, 2019, but they have not revealed any information about their children yet.

Paul has not revealed much about his family, but it is known that he was educated at Dulwich College and St. George’s Hospital Medical School.

He is a former general practitioner who qualified in the 1990s. Paul developed a taste for the stage in St. George’s annual revue.

After that, he refined his comedy as co-editor of the medical school newsletter known as Slag Mag.

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