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Susan Calman (Susan Grace Calman) was born on 6 November, 1974 in Glasgow, United Kingdom, is a British comedian. Discover Susan Calman's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 46 years old?

Popular As Susan Grace Calman
Occupation stand-up comedian, television presenter
Age 47 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 6 November 1974
Birthday 6 November
Birthplace Glasgow, United Kingdom
Nationality Scottish

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Susan Calman Height, Weight & Measurements

At 47 years old, Susan Calman height is 4′ 11″ .

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Who Is Susan Calman's Husband?

Her husband is Lee Cormack (m. 2012)

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Susan Calman Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Susan Calman worth at the age of 47 years old? Susan Calman’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Scottish. We have estimated Susan Calman's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Calman fronted the Channel 5 travel show Secret Scotland in February 2019 and again in January 2020.

On 1 October 2019, Calman was announced as the new presenter for series 15 of Great British Menu on BBC Two. Filming took place in Stratford-upon-Avon and was completed in November 2019. The show will be broadcast in Spring 2020.

Her 2019 show Susan Calman Makes Me Happy premiered on BBC Radio 4 on 20 November 2019. The show also featured her wife, Lee.


In 2018, Calman's podcast Mrs Brightside - A cheerful look at depression was first broadcast on BBC Sounds.


She has presented the children's game show on CBBC, Top Class, quiz show The Lie on STV, and the BBC One shows The Boss and Armchair Detectives. In 2017 Calman was a contestant on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, finishing in 7th place.

In September 2017, she became the presenter of the BBC One daytime quiz show The Boss. Calman also presented Armchair Detectives, a BBC One daytime show first broadcast in November 2017. In December 2017 Calman was voted TV Star of the Year by readers of the Radio Times.

On 15 August 2017, Calman was announced as the ninth contestant on series 15 of Strictly Come Dancing. She was partnered with professional dancer Kevin Clifton. They were the ninth pair to be eliminated, in week 10 of the competition. In a 2018 interview, Calman said she felt happiest "dancing with Kevin Clifton on Strictly."


In May 2016, Calman published her first book, entitled Cheer Up Love: Adventures in depression with the Crab of Hate. Her second book Sunny Side Up: a story of kindness and joy followed in September 2018. A lifelong fan of Doctor Who, Calman was a contributor to the YA anthology The Day She Saved the Doctor: Four Stories from the TARDIS, published in March 2018. The title of Calman's story is Clara & The Maze of Cui Palta.


Since 2014, Calman has been a regular panellist on the CBBC panel show The Dog Ate My Homework, Calman appears in 10 episodes of the show. In July 2014, Calman appeared in the BBC Scotland one-off stand-up/sketch show Don't Drop the Baton which featured sketches about the 2014 Commonwealth Games and narrated the BBC Three dating show Sexy Beasts. She is a frequent guest panellist on BBC Two's QI and on BBC Radio 4's The News Quiz.

Calman was criticised for not insisting on a same-sex dance partner for Strictly Come Dancing, but she rejected the comments as being unfair, saying: "No one is holding me hostage in this room, making me wear a dress and dance with a man. I want to learn how to dance... I have protested, I have picketed, I have fought, I have been spat on, I have been punched — and I want to dance."


In 2013, Calman wrote about receiving online abuse after joking about the Scottish independence referendum on the Radio 4 satirical comedy programme The News Quiz, including accusations of betraying her country, and of being "racist" towards other Scots.


After nine years together, Calman and her partner Lee, who is also a lawyer, had a civil partnership ceremony in 2012. They married in 2016. They keep cats, and in 2018 had five. They live in Glasgow.


Between 2011 and 2013, Calman played therapist Nadine in the comedy Fresh Meat. Her debut Radio 4 solo series, Susan Calman is Convicted won the 2013 Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards for 'Best Radio Comedy'. She also featured in the 2012 sitcom Dead Boss for BBC Three.


Calman reached the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards in 2005 and was a finalist in the Funny Women competition in 2006. The Channel 4 sketch show Blowout won a Scottish BAFTA in 2007, with Calman amongst the cast. In 2009, she won Best New Scottish Comedian at the Real Radio Variety Awards.


Calman came out as a lesbian in 1993 at the age of 19 and has spoken of her difficulties growing up gay in Glasgow. "It wasn't easy, not at all. Glasgow is a lovely city, but when I was growing up there was one lesbian bar, and there was a club for men, but there was no internet, there was no way of finding out [about other people]." The Times commented in 2009 that Calman's "status as a diminutive lesbian — she is 4ft 11in — gives a certain grist to her mill but, her Hobbit-like stature aside, what strikes you about her is her chirpy, optimistic level-headedness."


Susan Grace Calman (born 6 November 1974) is a Scottish comedian, television presenter, writer and panellist on a number of BBC Radio 4 shows including The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. She has written and starred in two series of her radio sitcom Sisters, two series of stand-up show Susan Calman is Convicted and a series of stand-up show Keep Calman Carry On, all on BBC Radio 4. She was one of the relief presenters for Fred MacAulay on his BBC Radio Scotland show MacAulay and Co which ran until March 2015.