"My Word" Terry Christian Gay Rumors Crack After Wife & Family Is Revealed
- Date of Birth May 08, 1960
- Age 60 Years, 4 Months
- Nationality British
- Birth Place Stretford, United Kingdom
- Profession Journalist
- Career 1981–present
- Relationship Status Married
- Wife/Spouse Not Disclosed
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Gay No
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- Awards Sony Awards
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Father Daniel Christian
- Mother Margaret Christian (?-2008)
- Siblings Five
- Sister/s Janet, Mary, Sheila
- Brother/s Tony, Kevin
- College St. Bede's College
- Height/ How Tall? 5 Feet 7 Inches (1.75 m)
- Hair Short
- Hair Color Blonde
- Eye Color Blue
- Official Site http://www.terrychristian.tv/
- Lesbian No
- Son/s One
English journalist Terry Christian was once speculated to be a gay, but he has turned down all those rumors with the fact that he has a wife and even a son.
Terry Christian is an English journalist, broadcaster and author who is best known for broadcasting Channel 4's entertainment show The Word. His fame got enriched when he presented ITV1's moral issues talk show It's My Life.
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He was the presenter of the two series Turn on Terry. He has also presented several other programs for ITV, MTV, VH1 and for radio stations like Radio 4, BBC6 Music, Talksport, Century Radio, Key 103, Signal and BBC's Radio Derby and Manchester.
Besides being a journalist and presenter he is also the author of three books Brothers - from Childhood to Oasis (1996), Reds In The Hood (1999), and My Word (2007).
Terry Chrisitan Bio & Career Background
Stretford native Terence Christian was born 8 May 1960 in Manchester, Lancashire, England as the son of Irish parents Daniel Christian and Margaret Christian with five brothers and sisters. His mother Margaret deceased after three days of Mother's Day back in April 2008 and lost his eldest sister, Janet when she was just at the age of 11.
He completed his schooling from St Alphonsus RC Primary School and later graduated from Thames Polytechnic with Higher National Diploma in Applied Biology specializing in Microbiology
He first debuted on national television in 1981 with other unemployed youngsters from inner-city areas of Manchester on Devil's Advocate, a Granada Television programme.
The show was made in reaction to the Scarman report which studied into the causes of that summer's tumult in Moss Side in Manchester, Toxteth in Liverpool, Brixton in London, Handsworth in Birmingham and St Pauls in Bristol.
And with the appearance from Johnny Marr of the Smiths, Christian was offered his radio show on BBC Radio Derby called Barbed Wireless (1982-88). The show also won the Sony Awards for the Best specialist music category in 1985 and 1986 and regularly contributed to Saturday Live on BBC Radio 3.
Afterward, he presented WPFM on Radio 4 from 1986-88. In late 1988, Terry joined Key 103 FM at Piccadilly Radio and created a show in regards to music from the famous bands such as The Beatles, Love, the Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Classic Soul, and Funk.
In 1990, Terence presented various television series including Channel 4's The Word and ITV1's It's My Life. He hosted live music shows from Nirvana, Snoop Dogg, Public Enemy for the first time on British TV until 1995.
In 1996, he authored a book titled Brothers From Childhood to Oasis, (Virgin) with collaboration from Paul Gallagher. Just after a year, he again published a book named Reds in the Hood. Terry also originated and presented the Manchester Music Show at the BBC Radio Manchester in 2002.
Terry hasn't been in much controversy for his work but recently in 2018 one of his co-stars from The Words Mark Lamarr was charged with common assault.
Is Terry Christian Gay?
While growing through the stardom of a journalist, Terry was speculated to be gay as he was not romantically linked with any women. His love life appeared vacant and fueled the gay rumors.
However, the gay speculations all faded away, when Terry mentioned that he had a wife and a family with her.
Back in January 2011, Terry went to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster to promote his How Irish Are You? Campaign. During the stay, he gushed about his Irish ethnicity and encouraged Irish-born people in Britain to be proud of their ethnicity.
Interestingly he revealed that he would be ticking his nationality as British and ethnicity as Irish in the passport badge, and also will make his kids do so. He disclosed that his wife would also do the same.
Terry Christian's Low-Key Married Life!
Terry's statement proved that he is married and has kids with his wife. However, the details on his wedding and married life remain confined to date. Nevertheless, in October 2012, it became clear that he has a son who played football for the Queensgate Juniors Wasp.
Series of Tweets: Terry Christian Tweets about the referee that didn't announce foul when his son got an elbow in the face (Photo: dailymail.co)
After watching a match of his son in Stockport Metro Junior League, Terry twitted writing that the referee of the game was not fair. He got furious when the referee didn't announce foul when his son got hit up by the elbow of the opponent team's member.
Though the tweets caused quite a buzz for some time, it clarified that Terry has a son with his wife. Perhaps, he prefers giving a low profile looks to his personal life while hiding keeping his family details away from the eyes of media.