Marina Gharabegian, All You Need To Know About Mark McKinney’s Ex-wife

Marina Gharabegian is the Ex-wife of Canadian actor and comedian Mark McKinney. Marina Gharabegian’s ex-husband is best known for his work in the NBC TV Series Superstore and the sketch comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall, which includes starring in the 1989 to 1995 TV series The Kids in the Hall and 1996 feature film Brain Candy. He was a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 1997 and from 2003 to 2006, he co-created, wrote, and starred in the series Slings & Arrows and he also appeared as Tom in FXX’s Man Seeking Woman.

Marina Gharabegian and her ex-husband got married in 1995 in New York City, United States of American, and have 2 children, Christopher Thomas Russell McKinney, and Emma Jane McKinney. Currently, Marina and his family live in Manhattan.

Marina Gharabegian gave birth to her son Christopher Thomas on March 4 1996 and her daughter Emma Jane in July 2001.

Mariana and her Ex-husband Mark ended their long marriage in 2017. The couple was married for 22 years.

The Date and place of Borth of Marina Gharabegian have been kept a secret as she has not released such information, not the public.

Fcats about Marina Gharabegian Husband Mark Mckinney

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In Calgary, Alberta, Marina Gharabegian’s Husband began doing comedy with the Loose Moose Theatre Company. McKinney met Bruce McCulloch there. They established the comedic group “The Audience” as a result of their collaboration. McKinney and McCulloch eventually relocated to Toronto, where they met Dave Foley and Kevin McDonald, who was creating a comic company.

The Kids in the Hall was created in 1985 with the addition of Scott Thompson, who joined after seeing a theatrical play. The group had their own TV show, The Kids in the Hall, which aired from 1988 to 1995 and was co-produced by Lorne Michaels.

Notable characters on the show played by McKinney include the Chicken Lady, Darill (pronounced da-RILL), bluesman Mississippi Gary, and Mr. Tyzik the Headcrusher, an embittered Eastern European who pretended to crush the heads of passers-by between his thumb and forefinger.

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