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Damian McGinty grew up on 9 September, 1992 in Londonderry, United Kingdom. Find Damian McGinty’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 28 years of age.

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How old? 29 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 9 September 1992
Born day 9 September
Birthplace Londonderry, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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At 29 years of age. Damian McGinty height is 6′ 0″ .

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Who Is Damian McGinty’s Wife?

His wife is Anna Claire Sneed (m. 2019)

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His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is Damian McGinty worth at the age of 29 years of age. Damian McGinty’s income source is mostly from being a successful . Born and raised in United Kingdom. We have estimated Damian McGinty’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

income in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million
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McGinty and his childhood friend Oran O’Carroll co-own the music companies Walled City Records and Audio Booth recording company.


McGinty announced his engagement to Anna Claire Sneed, on 3 June 2018, via instagram post. The pair have been dating since April 2014. On 1 June 2019, McGinty and Sneed got married in Memphis, Tennessee.


National Anthem and solos. McGinty gave a “stunning performance” of the national anthem before the Kansas City Royals vs. Cincinnati Reds baseball game on 19 May 2015. He also has done all sized venues as a solo artist and is currently performing shows.


Let the River Run. Damian McGinty and Máiréad Carlin sang the Derry City of Culture anthem “Let the River Run” at the BBC TV Gala Concert Sons and Daughters. Carly Simon, who felt their rendition of her song was “absolutely stunningly wonderful,” released it as a single by her Iris Records and McGinty’s Walled City Records company in 2014. She also sang her song with them during the multi-star Oceana Partners Awards Gala in Beverly Hills, Ca.


McGinty served as “Cultural Champion” for Derry, Northern Ireland, when the city was named the UK City of Culture 2013.


Recordings. His first EP (“Run,” “This Is Your Song,” “With or Without You,” “Yellow,” and “That’s What Friends are For”) was released in December 2012 and at one point was No. 3 on the iTunes chart for US, and No. 1 in Ireland, Mexico, and Peru. Various reviewers made note of his “smooth crooner voice,” “rich tones” and his “golden pipes.” Recently he has been writing songs for his first album.


In 2011, McGinty was selected as one of the top twelve finalists, out of 40,000 contenders in a Myspace audition search, to be on the Oxygen reality show, The Glee Project. The O visa arrived at the last moment, allowing him to compete. He became very popular with viewers due to his humor, talent, and hard work. Although his friend Cameron Mitchell, who quit the show, (thus saving McGinty who was in the bottom three that episode) won the Bing Fan Favorite, they sang Michael Bublé’s “Haven’t Met You Yet” together for the Bing video. McGinty’s rendition of “Beyond the Sea” impressed the judges who selected him as co-winner with Samuel Larsen for a seven episode arc on the third season of the Fox series Glee. He announced that he was leaving Celtic Thunder for Glee.


PBS TV specials. Between 2008 and 2011 McGinty was in five PBS specials as a member of Celtic Thunder: The Show, It’s Entertainment, Christmas, Heritage and Storm. In 2013, McGinty appeared in two PBS specials. He joined former Celtic Thunder member Paul Byrom on his This is the Moment show, and later they did a short tour. The other special The Power of Music with Ethan Bortnick was also a 2014 US tour.


McGinty joined the newly formed Celtic Thunder in 2007 as a boy soprano at 14, and as he aged, developed a rich baritone, while still singing tenor and able to hit the high notes. During the four years he was a member, the group did four tours of the US and Canada, six PBS TV specials, performed at the White House and sold over a million recordings, with McGinty on nine of the concert CDs and DVDs. For three of his four years, Celtic Thunder was named Top World Album by Billboard magazine. In 2015, McGinty returned as the Special Guest in the “Very Best of Celtic Thunder Tour” and now, he takes on George Donaldson’s place in the newest concert “Legacy”. He is now a full member of the group once again.


McGinty grew up into a Catholic family in Derry, Northern Ireland, the son of Damian McGinty, Sr., and Joanne McGinty. Damian has three siblings, James, Emmett and Gemma, and is an avid Manchester United fan. He has been performing for over a decade, winning his first singing competition when he was just five years of age. In 2006, McGinty won another competition and the following year, he made a CD which was recorded for charity. It was then passed along to Celtic Thunder Producer Sharon Browne and Music Director Phil Coulter, who invited McGinty to sing for their first show.


Damian Joseph McGinty Jr. (born 9 September 1992) is an actor and singer from Derry, Northern Ireland. McGinty has been performing for over a decade, and a member of the group Celtic Thunder for four years starting when he was fourteen. On 21 August 2011, McGinty won the Oxygen reality show The Glee Project, earning him a seven-episode guest-starring role on the hit Fox television show Glee which was later extended to 18 episodes.