Sara Barron Is A 42 Years Old Comedian and Has A Lot To Say About It

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42-year-old, stand comedian Sara Baron has mastered to art of making people laugh. Despite, not being an easy job, over the years, she has been able to hold its grip and is among the most celebrated comics in the country. 

She is also an author and has penned books like 'People Are Unappealing: Even Me' and 'The Harm in Asking: My Clumsy Encounters with the Human Race'

The Edinburgh Fringe Preview is back again and Sara seems stronger than ever; hence the curiosity around her personal life once again.

Sara Barron Is 42 Years Of Age

Sara Barron's age in 2021, according to The Focus, might be 42. As a consequence, she was most likely born in the year 1979, despite her birth detail being hidden from the public. 

The comedian was born in the United States, in the city of Chicago and her younger brother is her only sibling. She shifted to New York in pursuit of a job when she got older with age. 

She made her Fringe debut in 2018 and has subsequently appeared on BBC series such as Would I Lie to You?, Live at the Apollo and Frankie Boyle's New World Order (BBC).

Barron was later nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Awards and the Chortle Awards for "Best Newcomer." She also earned glowing reviews from The Times, The Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Independent, and The Scotsman, among other respected newspapers.

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Sara Barron Is Married To Her Husband/Partner Geoff Barron Lloyd

Sara Barron is married to Geoff Barron Lloyd, a well-known English radio broadcaster, television host, podcast host, and writer. The couple met through The Moth and have since welcomed a son into their family.

Lloyd grew up in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, and was born in Withington, Manchester. He started as a paperboy, a suit salesperson, and in 1989, he began working after school at a local print works for £1 an hour.

Further, he started his radio career in 1991 as a traffic and travel reporter at Stockport's Signal Cheshire, where he stayed until the end of 1994.

He has credited comedian Craig Cash with having a significant impact on his career, owing to both his humor and interview style, as well as his support. Cash hired Lloyd to work as a runner on The Mrs. Merton Show and subsequently introduced him to Pete Mitchell, with whom he would spend a decade on the air as Pete and Geoff.