Facts About Ronan Keating
|Celebrated Name||Ronan Keating|
|Age||46 Years Old|
|Birth Name||Ronan Patrick John Keating|
|Place Of Birth||Dublin, Ireland|
|High School||St. Fintan's High School|
|Spouse||Yvonne Connolly (m. 1998; div. 2015) Storm Uechtritz (m. 2015)|
|Source of Wealth||Singing career|
|Net Worth||$30 million|
|Height||5 ft 8 in / 173 cm|
|Hair Color||Light brown|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Links||Wikipedia Youtube Facebook Twitter Instagram|
Ronan Patrick John Keating, excellently known as Ronan Keating is an Irish singer, songwriter, and television and radio, presenter. He is currently hosting a breakfast show on Magic Radio. He is well recognized for being a judge on the Australian version of "The X Factor". He has participated in philanthropic groups, like Marie Keating Foundation. He also hosted the "Eurovision Song Contest" in 1997. He was in the boy group Boyzone, joining them in 1993. Ronan wrote and performed the song "When You Say Nothing at All," which was featured in the romantic comedy "Notting Hill". He has sold over 20 million records worldwide alongside the 25 million records with Boyzone as a solo artist. Recently on 16th May 2022, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from The Open University for his work on philanthropy and music.
Ronan Keating Famous For
- Being an Irish singer, songwriter, and television and radio presenter.
- For being a judge on the Australian version of "The X Factor".
What nationality is Ronan Keating?
Ronan Keating stepped into the world for the very first time on 3rd March 1977 in Dublin, Ireland. His real name is Ronan Patrick John Keating and his nationality is Irish. He came from Irish-white ethnic background. Likewise, his religious belief is in the Christian religion and his race is white. Ronan celebrated his 45th birthday recently in 2022 and as per his birthdate, his zodiac sign is Pisces. His father, Gerry Keating, was a lorry driver; his mother Marie was a mobile hairdresser. He has one sister: Linda, and three brothers: Ciaran, Gerard, and Gary. Sadly, in 1998, his mother died at the age of 51 from breast cancer.
Moving to Ronan's education, he attended St. Fintan's High School.
Ronan Keating Career Timeline
- Ronan Keating kicks off his singing career by joining Boyzone in 1993 as the group released a cover version of "Working My Way Back to You" and also released a cover version of "Love Me for a Reason".
- Boyzone released 17 singles, 3 studio albums and 1 compilation album from 1994 to 1999 and Keating recorded a version of "When You Say Nothing at All" for the motion picture "Notting Hill" in 1999.
- In 2000, he launched his debut solo album, titled "Ronan" which was certified two times platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry for shipments of two million copies inside Europe in 2001.
- Then he continued on with his solo career and has since released four more studio albums: "Destination" (2002), "Turn It On" (2003), "10 Years of Hits" (2004), and "Bring You Home" (2006).
- He was listed in the Guinness Book of Records for being the only artist ever to have 30 consecutive top 10 singles in the UK chart in October 2007.
- He also performed at the 2006 FIFA World Cup opening party at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany.
- Later he confirmed on 5th November 2007 that Boyzone would reunite for a special appearance on the BBC's annual fundraiser, Children in Need.
- Ronan co-wrote the song "Believe Again" sung by Niels Brinck in 2009 and in March 2010 the new Boyzone album "Brother" was released.
- Keating released his seventh studio album, entitled "Duet" on 12th November 2010, and joined the judging panel of "The X Factor" in 2010.
- As well, he released an album of covers produced by Burt Bacharach titled "When Ronan Met Burt" on 21st March 2011 after which he started shooting scenes for his film debut in Australia; the film, "Goddess", was released on 14th March 2013.
- On 3rd September 2012, his ninth studio album named "Fires" was launched.
- He teamed up with X Factor judge Dannii Minogue to record a duet of Christmas classic "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" in September 2013.
- He was announced as Ricky Martin's replacement on "The Voice Australia" on 24th December 2015 and announced his departure from the show after one season on 7th December 2016.
- He released his tenth studio album "Time of My Life" in February 2016 and released his eleventh studio album titled, "Twenty Twenty" on 24th July 2020. He released "Songs from Home" in November 2021.
- Apart from singing, Ronan also guest-presented episodes of "The One Show" from 2017 to 2021 and was a guest panelist on the ITV Daytime show, "Loose Women" on 19th November 2020.
- He unsuccessfully auditioned for a role in "The Hobbit" and started working on "Goddess" which is a 2013 romantic comedy film in April 2011.
- He was seen in the fourth season of the Australian drama, "Love Child" in 2017 as well as he starred s Harold Le Druillenec, brother of Louisa Gould in the film "Another Mother's Son" in the following year.
Awards and Achievements
- Over the years he has won Smash Hits Best Solo Male.
- He was given a tree in London's Hyde Park for performing for The Prince's Trust.
- He also has a World Music Award for the best-selling Irish artist.
- He was awarded an honorary doctorate from The Open University for his work on philanthropy and music on 16th May 2022.
Who is Ronan Keating's Wife?
Ronan Keating is a married man. He is married to his beautiful wife Storm Uechtritz in 2015. Storm is a fashion designer. The pair is blessed with two children as well. Ronan previously tied a knot with Yvonne Connolly in April 1998 and together, the couple has three children: Jack (born 15th March 1998), Marie (born 18th February 2001), and Ali (born 7th September 2005). The pair are now divorced after Keating had an affair. Concerning his sexual orientation, he is straight.
How much is Ronan Keating worth?
Ronan Keating is a versatile man who has a net worth of $30 million as of 2022. He also earns a handsome amount of salary which is around thousands of dollars per year. Ronan's among those few individuals that have such a wide range of experience and remain true to whatever he embarks on. His major source of income is his singing career and he is sincere in his work.
How tall is Ronan Keating?
Ronan Keating is 5 ft 8 in / 173 cm tall and his body weighs around 78 kg. He has light brown hair and dark brown eyes color. Moreover, his body build type is average.
Trivias About Ronan Keating You Need To Know.
- He was in the boy group Boyzone, joining them in 1993.
- He was in the boy group Boyzone, joining them in 1993.
- He married Australian TV Producer Storm Uechtritz in August 2015.
- He presented an award at the MTV Asia Awards alongside Mandy Moore in 2002.
- He has participated in philanthropic groups, like Marie Keating Foundation.