Mike Clattenburg is a Canadian television and film director, producer, and screenwriter. His most notable work is the television show Trailer Park Boys where he worked as a writer, director, creator, and executive producer. Besides, he is also known for shows like This Hour Has 22 Minutes and Black Jesus.
Mike Clattenburg was born and raised in Cole Harbour Canada. He holds Canadian nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group. Clattenburg is a very private person, hence, there is no information regarding his parents, siblings, early life and education background.
The actor cum writer Mike was married to an actress Stephanie Clattenburg, who is well known as a director and writer. The couple married in 2009, however, after six years of marriage, they divorced in 2015.
As mentioned earlier, he is a very private person which is why there are no further details of his relationship and past affairs. As of 2019, he is possibly single.
The Canadian television and film director has a net worth of $12 million. He earns a huge sum of money from his career.
Mike started to produce and co-host shows like Halifax Cable 10 show, That Damn Cable Show, from 1990 to 1993. Similarly, he worked on comedy and drama programs at the CBC Television, including Pit Pony, Street Cents, The Bette Show, and for Sesame Street.
In addition, his directorial ventures Afghan Luke and Moving Day, released in Toronto and Halifax on July 20, 2012. On August 7, 2014, he became the co-creator, executive producer, co-writer and director of the Adult Swim series Black Jesus along with Aaron McGruder.