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Kate Tempest Biography

Kate Tempest

Facts of Kate Tempest

Date of Birth: 1985 , December-22
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Name Ian McShane
Father Harry McShane
Mother Irene McShane
Nationality British
Birth Place/City Blackburn, Lancashire
Ethnicity Irish and English descent
Profession Actor
Net Worth $ 11.5 million
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Black
Weight in KG 50 KG
Married Not Yet
Awards San Diego Film Critics Society Awards, Golden Globe Awards
TV Show African American Lives
Siblings Shane Blanchard, Carmen Blanchard
Nick Name Christopher Tucker
Working For Disney Channel
Body Measurements N/A
Famous for Deadwood
Boyfriend Christian Martyn
Education Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Movies Kung Fu Panda, 44 Inch Chest, Nine Lives
Birth Name Ian David McShane
Salary $10 million
Girlfriend India Arie
Face Color Fair
Married to Gwen Humble
Children Kate McShane and Morgan McShane
Divorce Suzan Farmer, Sylvia Kristel

Quick Timeline of Kate Tempest

1985 Born in Brockley, South East London England
1999 Worked at a record shop
2001 First performed at open mic nights at Deal Real
2014 Realeased Everybody Down (Big Dad)
2015 “Soundcheck Award” for the best album of 2014
2012 News article in The Huffington Post

Detail Timeline of Kate Tempest

December 22 , 1985

Born in Brockley, South East London England

Kate Tempest was born in the mid-1980s in Brockley, South East London England. She is a well-known rapper-poet who was born as Kate Esther Calvert. She was very happy during her primary schooling but she her secondary schooling was not good experience for her.


Worked at a record shop

Kate Tempest got interested in poetry and arts from her school time. She was inspired by her teacher Mr. Bradshaw who read her early poetry and gave her some of the books as motivation. After that she got interested in art and worked in a record shop at the age of 14.


First performed at open mic nights at Deal Real

Kate Tempest started her career at the age of 16 when she first performed at open mic nights at Deal Real. The shop was a small hip hop store on Carnaby Street, West London. After that, she got the breakthrough and she went on performing on different support acts such as Billy Bragg, John Cooper Clarke, Benjamin Zephaniah and Scroobius Pip. 


Realeased Everybody Down (Big Dad)

Kate Tempest released one of her album Everybody Down (Big Dad) in the year 2014. The album was produced by Dan Carey and the album got super hit in the market. She also got the nomination for 2014 Mercury Prize for that album.


“Soundcheck Award” for the best album of 2014

Kate Tempest has also won awards for her musical works. In January 2015, she won “Soundcheck Award” in the category for the best album of 2014 by Der Tagesspiegel and Radioeins in Berlin. She won the award for her album Everybody Down.


News article in The Huffington Post

Kate Tempest has been featured in many news articles and web pages. In the year 2012, The Huffington Post described her as “Britain’s leading young poet, playwright, and rapper. The news article stated her as one of the respected performers in the country with the talented package of lyrics and delivery. She was also stated in news articles by Britain Today and The Guardian. 


Kate Tempest is also known to us as a rapper, novelist and a recording artist. She has kept her personal information away from the media regarding her relationships and affairs. Following her Twitter, we can find that she loves to pet and she has a dog, which she shared in a tweet in Twitter while traveling to Cambridge.

Kate Tempest brought Q&A viewers into tears by performing heart touching performance on her poem, “Progress”. The poem was dedicated to the world after society and religion greed, she made the audience to tears by delivering her poem in a typical and fiery style.

Kate Tempest is a famous poet-rapper playwright and she has done very impressive works, but she hates being called as a hyphenated poet by the media.