Paddy McGuinness was among many who helped raise more than £100,000 for treatment for cancer sufferer, Gemma Feeney.
In July 2008, Paddy took part in the British Pedal Car Grand Prix, to raise money for charity.
In 2008, Paddy appeared at the Bulmers International Comedy Festival in Dublin.
Paddy enjoys Shooting Stars, The Fast Show, The Shawshank Redemption and Lee Mack.
Patrick was given special permission to run in the World's oldest Foot Race - the Red Hose, which ran its 500th Race in June 2008. He finished in the Top 10.
In June 2008, Paddy attended the World Worm Charming Championships, in Willaston.
He supports Bolton Wanderers FC.
(on stand up comedy)
Patrick: When you're on stage with the audience, they've paid to come and see you and if the show's going well, if they're clapping and laughing, it's a fantastic feeling. Footballers get that feeling week in, week out, but the difference when you're doing stand-up is it's just you on your own. So that's a nice feeling. But then the downside is the nerves and the travelling and if you get it wrong you can't stop and say 'let's do that again'. It's not an easy job, and for every comedian, whether you like them or don't like them, you have to take your hat off to them for doing it.
(Paddy on his on-stage comedy style)
Paddy: I am not one of those comedians who leaves people scratching their chins thinking 'I don't get that'. I like people to be having a good time and interacting.