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Tim Finn reveals he never thought he would be a dad after having two children after the age of 45


Kiwi singer Tim Finn reveals he never thought he would be a dad after having two children after the age of 45: ‘It’s an amazing gift’

He is one of New Zealand’s best song writers. 

And Tim Finn revealed he never thought he would be a dad during an interview with The Project on Friday.

The 69-year-old explained that creative blocks don’t get him as frustrated as they once did, he said ‘there is a lot of stuff to enjoy’.

Tim Finn (pictured) revealed he never thought he would be a dad during an interview with The Project on Friday

He continued, ‘I never thought I’d be a dad, I was 45 when my first was born, nearly 50 when my daughter was born.

‘That’s been an amazing gift in my life’. 

Tim has been married to Marie Azcona since 1997 and share two children, Harper and Elliot. 

The 69-year-old explained that creative blocks don't get him as frustrated as they once did, he said 'there is a lot of stuff to enjoy'

The 69-year-old explained that creative blocks don’t get him as frustrated as they once did, he said ‘there is a lot of stuff to enjoy’

The New Zealand-born musician was promoting his new stage show Come Rain Or Come Shine currently being showcased by the Melbourne Theatre Company. 

Tim explained how he discovered the story through his wife’s thoughtful present to him. 

‘My wife Marie gave me a little book as a gift, a short story by Kazuo Ishiguro, my favourite author.

Tim explained how he discovered the story through his wife's thoughtful present to him. 'My wife Marie (pictured) gave me a little book as a gift, a short story by Kazuo Ishiguro, my favourite author

Tim explained how he discovered the story through his wife’s thoughtful present to him. ‘My wife Marie (pictured) gave me a little book as a gift, a short story by Kazuo Ishiguro, my favourite author

‘There were songs everywhere, he is a songwriter himself so there is a lot of music in the story.

‘It is about three friends that went to uni together and you jump forward 25 years, one of them hasn’t done much, the other two have’. 

Tim reassured the viewers that it does get very funny towards the end which was a shock to him as Kazuo Ishiguro is not traditionally a funny writer. 

Tim reassured the viewers that it does get very funny towards the end which was a shock to him as Kazuo Ishiguro is not traditionally a funny writer

Tim reassured the viewers that it does get very funny towards the end which was a shock to him as Kazuo Ishiguro is not traditionally a funny writer

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