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How old is Iain Stirling? How long has he been presenting Love Island? And how did he meet Laura Whitmore? Here's what we know...
Iain Stirling shot to fame when he bagged the job of Love Island voiceover.
And as much as we tune in for our daily dose of drama, we also live for the star's witty one-liners and commentary.
But who is he exactly and what else has the comedian been on? Here's the lowdown...
Iain Andrew Stirling was born on January 27, 1988, making him 31-years-old at the time of writing this article.
He grew up in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he went on to study Law. In his final year of studies at the University of Edinburgh, Iain won several comedy competitions.
In 2009, Stirling performed stand-up in the final of the Chortle Student Comedian of the Year contest at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, in which he came second place to fellow comedian, Joe Lycett.
Iain has been dating Irish TV presenter Laura Whitmore since July 2017.
According to reports, the pair first met at an ITV bash the previous year, before hanging out regularly.
They were introduced by their mutual friend, Ore Oduba, whom Laura competed with on Strictly Come Dancing.
Laura was then spotted again at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, watching Iain perform.
The loved-up couple have since made things official, posting cute snaps of each other on their Instagram feeds.
After getting engaged at the beginning of the year, and they now live together in North London.
One of Iain's first big gigs was presenting CBBC, with his puppet sidekick, Hacker T. Dog.
He left CBBC on February 1, 2013, before returning in September for the channel's 30th anniversary.
Since 2015, Iain has been the voice of hit ITV2 show, Love Island, bringing us witty one-liners and hilarious commentary on the goings on in the villa.
The comedian has also appeared on Comedy Central's Drunk History and Dave's Taskmaster.
He also has his own ITV2 show, CelebAbility, which sees a group of friends go head-to-head with a bunch of celebs, carrying out skill-based tasks.
As well as boasting a successful TV career, Iain has published his own book entitled Not Ready To Adult Yet.
Unfortunately, Edinburgh Fringe has been cancelled due to the pandemic, but he performed his gig entitled Iain Stirling: A Work In Progress last year.