Who is Megan Wallace Cunningham?
Megan Wallace Cunningham was born in 1975, in Vermont, New England, USA, and is a professional art dealer, but probably better known for being the third wife of Craig Ferguson since 2008. He is a television host, comedian, author, and actor, best known for his television shows including “Celebrity Name Game”, and “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”
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The Riches of Megan Wallace Cunningham
How rich is Megan Wallace Cunningham? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $1 million, earned largely through a successful career in art. Her wealth has also possibly been significantly increased thanks to sharing with her husband, who has a net worth that is over $30 million – he makes around over $12 million a year through his work. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Life and Career
There is very limited information regarding Megan Wallace’s life, as she is a very private person and does not share a lot of details about herself, despite her marriage to a celebrity. According to several sources, her parents are natives of Vermont, and she had a comfortable life growing-up, as her parents owned a farm.
She didn’t have a lot of problems in her youth, and eventually developed an interest in art, leading to her career as an art dealer; s/he works as an individual or for a company to buy and sell works of art on behalf of clients. To become successful in the field, a high standard of accreditation and experience is required. The dealer usually seeks out artists to represent, and then builds relationships with museums or collectors. Dealers usually anticipate market trends, and some specialize in a particular style or period.
Husband – Craig Ferguson
Craig was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 17 May 1962, but his family moved to Cumbernauld from Glasgow as their hometown still suffered from damage following World War II. He attended Cumbernauld High School, but at the age of 16 he left school to begin working as an apprentice for an electronics technician, so that he could then work for a local factory of the company Burroughs Corporation. He gained his first experience in the entertainment industry as a drummer for the rock band Exposure, andjoined several other bands that performed locally. It was during this period that he was inspired to try his hand at comedy.
First run of the Hobo Fabulous tour is done! Big thx to everybody who came out to see me! Tour continues Oct 18th @winspearcentre in Edmonton, AB! See you very soon!@SIRIUSXM @SiriusXMComedy #thecraigfergusonshow #hobofabuloustour photo by Bradley Cook pic.twitter.com/6b9I9YVca6
— Craig Ferguson (@CraigyFerg) September 23, 2018
One of his first comedy acts was a character who was a parody of the uber patriotic native folk singers in Scotland. The character became a hit during the 1986 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and led to his television debut. He did a one-off comedy pilot for “The Craig Ferguson Show” before pitching more programming to local networks, and becoming the host of the show “Dirt Detective”, in which he travelled Scotland to examine its archeological history. He also found a bit of interest in musical theatre, and performed in a production of “The Rocky Horror Show”, and in “Bad Boy Johnny and the Prophets of Doom”.
Later Career – Craig Ferguson
Sometime in the 1990s, Ferguson moved to the US, and got his breakthrough when he was cast in “The Drew Carey Show”, playing the title character’s boss, but spent a lot of his free time working as a writer. More film work came his way including “How to Train Your Dragon”, “Kick-Ass”, and “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events”. He toured around the country to do a comedy show for several years, then in 2004 he became the successor to Craig Kilborn on “The Late Late Show”.
He helped the show gain high ratings over the next few years, staying as the host for a decade, through 2014. He also made guest appearances in other shows such as “Hot in Cleveland”, “Countdown with Keith Olbermann”, and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”. A few of his latest projects include the historical talk show called “Join or Die with Craig Ferguson”, and “Celebrity Name Game” in which he won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host.
He has also written three books, with his latest being “Riding the Elephant: A Memoir of Altercations, Humiliations, Hallucinations, and Observations”.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Cunningham married Craig Ferguson in 2008 in a private ceremony held at her family’s farm. They have a child together born three years later. According to several sources, the two met in 2005 and began dating from then. She is his third wife – he was previously married to graphic designer Anne Hogarth, and actress Sascha Ferguson.
One of the reasons there is very little information about Megan is due to the lack of any presence online. She does not have any social media profiles, and prefers to keep her life away from the spotlight. Her husband has respected this in that he doesn’t talk a lot about their marriage or their family. On the other hand, he’s very active online due to the nature of his work. He has close to three million followers on the website Twitter, on which he promotes his latest work. He has recently been on tour to promote the release of his latest book, and has also done an audiobook version of his creation. He uses the platform to promote his advocacies too.