Born and raised up in Toronto, the Canadian Comedian, actor, and writer, Stewart Francis is the son of his British descent parents; his mom is Scottish, and his dad is English.
Stewart was living a normal life with his family in Canada until the series of uncanny incidents rocked his life. While he was just six years old, his mother was swept away by the Canadian actor Rip Tyde. That was not it!
Afterward, his father, a scientist, was taken to the prison for conducting illegal experiments on insects. With the multiple misfortunes strangling young Stewart, he was left but no other choice to find a living for himself. That’s when he destined comedy as his go-through career.
From Stand-Up Break To Retirement: Stewart Francis’ Career
While at the age of six, Stewart decided to earn for his living as a comedian. However, his dream was cut short when the local comedy club turned down his request urging him to come back when he was 18.
However, Stewart didn’t let the age strangle his career as he found out about another comedy club, where talent was judged well above age.
Slowly developing his professional attitude, Francis took his stand-up career to a substantial height headlining all over North America and the United Kingdom. He performed in various places, including Portsmouth Guildhall, New Theatre, Oxford, Brighton Centre and the O2 Arena in Dublin.
Stewart Francis talks to Maggie Doyle about making people laugh at the Stand Up for Shelter Gig at the Hammersmith Apollo (Published on 28 February 2013)
Besides comedy, Stewart was also into acting as he starred as a series regular on An American in Canada, a Canadian TV sitcom that aired in 2003 and 2004. He also made a one-episode appearance on the BBC sitcom, Not Going Out in 2007.
After flaunting his stand-up comedy touring around the UK and North America, Stewart has decided to get retired from his tour plans with his final comedy journey between October to December in 2018. The decision came after he thought of focusing on his acting career.
Francis Married To Scottish Wife; Jokes About Dropping Off Children!
The Sarcastic maestro is enjoying the wedding bliss with his Scottish wife, who is still far away from making her social media appearance.
Although born in Canada, Stewart lives in the United Kingdom with the company of his beautiful wife. Besides, he enjoys making her chuckle a few times a day with his funny avatar.
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Though Stewart is not much into flaunting the togetherness with his partner on social media, he is often spotted posting jokes on social media, where he involves his wife as a supporting cast.
One such instance was on 11 December 2012 when Francis tweeted that he and his wife had decided that they didn’t want children. Stewart added,
My wife and I have decided we don't want children. If anybody does, we can drop them off tomorrow.
Funnily, his sarcastic post was retweeted 52 times and was liked by 32 of his Twitter followers.
Besides, the sarcastic king was caught unveiling his love for marriage via his Twitter post on 14 December 2012. He stated that his love for marriage would probably make him do it again. Hope that his wife didn’t read the tweet!
Excluding the funny mentions, Stewart remains keen on keeping his relationship life to himself. However, his fans are eagerly waiting for him to reveal his partner’s identity.