Mike Ward ( Comedian ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Career and Controversy

Michael John Ward is a Canadian comedian know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Career and Controversy

Mike Ward ( Comedian ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Career and Controversy
Mike Ward
  Bio
Name Michael John Ward
Birthdate ( Age) September 14, 1973
Place of Birth Quebec City, Quebec
Nationality Canadian
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Not Known 
Children Not Known
Parents Not Known
Education Not Known 
Profession French-Canadian comedian
Net Worth $1 Million - $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Michael John Ward is a Canadian comedian.He performs comedy in both French and English.Ward has appeared on television doing stand-up in 20 countries; airing throughout Europe, Africa, Australia and North America.

Ward has appeared on television doing stand-up in 20 countries; airing throughout Europe, Africa, Australia and North America.

Early Life and Family

Mike Ward was born on 14 September 1973 in Quebec City, Canada. His parents are of Canadian-French descent.He Completed his highr school from Canada.He has not reveal much information about his family.

Mike Ward Wife, Is  Mike Ward Married

Mike Ward is Possible Married but there is no any information available on social media about his marital and reltionship status.According to a close friend, Mike Ward is keeping his relationship private. 

Mike Ward Net Worth

Michael John Ward is a Canadian comedian performs comedy in both French and English has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.

Career and Controversy

Mike Ward has been the subject of controversy. At Jean-Marc Parent’s 2008 Just for Laughs French gala, he made a joke about Revenu Québec, in which he mentioned Cédrika Provencher, a young girl who had been abducted in 2007 in Quebec and whose remains were found in December 2015.Between 2010 and 2013, Mike Ward performed a comedy routine about Jérémy Gabriel, a young disabled singer with Treacher Collins syndrome. Ward mocked Gabriel’s appearance, his illness and his abilities as a singer and joked about trying to kill him by drowning him. Gabriel was repeatedly bullied at school and became suicidal.

Gabriel’s parents filed a complaint with the Quebec human rights commission, and the commission brought the case in front of Quebec’s Human Rights Tribunal seeking $80,000 in damages from Ward.On July 20, 2016, he was ordered to pay $42,000 ($35,000 to Jérémy, $7,000 to his mother). Ward’s lawyer, Julius Grey, appealed the decision, and the decision was upheld by appellate court judges on November 28, 2019, but dropped the fee initially ordered to be paid to the mother.

In February 2021, Ward appealed the fine to the Supreme Court of Canada.On October 29, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that comedian Mike Ward had the right to make fun of Jeremy Gabriel, the decision was based on a 5 – 4 split decision.The case pitted the comedian against the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse, which had succeeded in obtaining $35,000 in damages for Gabriel from the Quebec Court of Appeal.

The Supreme Court allowed Ward’s appeal and overturned the lower court’s decision. Justice Rosalie Abella, now retired, and her colleagues Nicolas Kasirer, Sheilah Martin and Andromache Karakatsanis were the dissenting judges.The majority decision was written by two Quebec judges of the country’s highest court: Chief Justice Richard Wagner and Justice Suzanne Côté.They point out that the issue here was whether there was discrimination under the Quebec Charter, not whether there was defamation.

“The question is whether a reasonable person, informed of the relevant circumstances and context, would consider that the remarks about Mr Gabriel incite contempt for him or his humanity on a prohibited ground of discrimination. The next question is whether such a reasonable person would consider that, in context, the words could reasonably be expected to lead to the discriminatory treatment of Mr Gabriel.In our view, the remarks made by Mr Ward do not meet either of these requirements,” said the decision, which was also endorsed by Justices Michael Moldaver, Russell Brown and Malcolm Rowe.