BBC: Is Paul O Grady Leaving Radio 2?

Yes, Paul O Grady is leaving Radio 2 morning show until May. However, his fans have been slamming his decision to leave abruptly. 

Paul James O’Grady MBE is a comedian, broadcaster, actor, writer, and former drag queen from the United Kingdom.

O Grady loves hosting the show and often takes long breaks to come back for his fans on the radio. 

A similar kind of situation happened within the COVID outbreak in 2020. 

The 63-year-old comedian then had pre-existing heart-related ailments, putting him in the high-risk category.

He wrote, “I’d just been back for one show after a hiatus, and I’m off again!”

The celebrity wrote in his statement, published on BBC Radio 2’s Twitter account.

Meanwhile, he will be taking 13 weeks off from work, and Rob Beckett will be taking over his slot. 

Who Is Paul O Grady Husband Or Partner?

Paul O Grady’s partner Andre Poratisio is a ballet dancer. The couple tied the knot in 2017. 

According to his Wikipedia post, O Grady has been married twice. 

He has a daughter Sharon born in 1974 to his friend Diane Jansen and him.

Abel O’Grady, O’Grady’s grandson, was born in December 2006 and a granddaughter in December 2009.

He was in a marriage of convenience with Teresa Fernandes, a Portuguese woman, from 1977 to 2005, but they were not in an active relationship.

Brendan Frank Murphy was his long-term lover and business partner.

He is friends with late politician Mo Mowlam, actresses Amanda Mealing and Barbara Windsor, comedian Brenda Gilhooly, and singer Cilla Black.

Paul O Grady’s Net Worth 2022

According to Idolnetworth, Paul O Grady’s net worth is around $8 million. 

Paul was born in Cheshire rose to prominence in the 1980s as Lily Savage, a drag queen.

In the 2000s, he discarded the role and went on to work as a television broadcaster.

He hosts several radio shows, including The Paul O’Grady Show.

The comedian obtained daytime television experience by filling Des O’Connor on ITV’s lunchtime chat show.

After working as an assistant in Liverpool, Paul joined the Royal Air Force.

O Grady then made his stage debut at Camden’s Black Cap homosexual club.