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Tim Hegarty (Timothy John Hegarty) was born on 7 November, 1965 in Derry, Northern Ireland, is an artist. Discover Tim Hegarty's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

Popular As Timothy John Hegarty
Occupation Songwriter, musician
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 7 November, 1965
Birthday 7 November
Birthplace Derry, Northern Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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Tim Hegarty Net Worth

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In 2014, Hegarty has formed the band Derry, named after his hometown, and the group has released an introductory RP, Couldn't I Be the One.


In 2009, Hegarty and his wife, Julie, wrote and produced "Crabbit: The Musical" with Eddie Izzard's producer Sarah Townsend at the Fringe.


Hegarty had a 20% stake in the Northern Irish property tycoon business W G Mitchell and after suffering difficulties during the Financial crisis of 2007–08, the company was forced into administration by The Royal Bank of Scotland. Despite this, Hegarty started a small recruitment company in Edinburgh, George Street Recruitment, owning a number of offices and business centres and was able to continue doing business through this.


In 1999, Hegarty along with record company boss Ross Graham, composed Across the Bridge of Hope a charity album raising money for the victims of the Omagh Bombings, raising over £330,000. In 2010, Hegarty wrote Lovely Day for Cancer Research UK.


Hegarty was born in Derry, Northern Ireland to Hugh and Eilis Hegarty. He attended St Columb's College and read economics at Queen's University Belfast for two years before dropping out. At the age of 21 he moved to London to pursue a career as a musician and became an estate agent. Here he met Julie Parry, an accountant, whom he later married in 1997. They moved to Edinburgh together in 2002 with their three sons. He currently lives in Bath.


Hegarty started his musical career in 1982 as a drummer in the Derry band Tie The Boy with fellow musician Peter Cunnah. The band did a session for BBC Radio 1 and went on to do multiple gigs around Northern Ireland. After they split up, he then went on to form a band called Baby June. Hegarty went on to co-write the hit single "Shoot Me with Your Love" from the album World for D Ream, which made into the UK top 100 for seven weeks, peaking at No.7 in July 1995. Hegarty also wrote No one can love you more for Gloria Gaynor album I Wish You Love and has written songs for Worlds Apart.


Timothy John Hegarty, better known as Tim Hegarty (born 7 November 1965 in Derry, Northern Ireland) is a Northern Irish musician and songwriter.