Moya Doherty

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Moya Doherty
Born Pettigo, County Donegal
Occupation Entrepreneur
Net worth £42+ Million (estimated).

Moya Doherty (born 1957, in Pettigo, County Donegal, Ireland) is a Dublin-raised Irish entrepreneur and the producer and co-founder of Riverdance, the worldwide acclaimed theatrical phenomenon, which premiered in Dublin’s Point Theatre in February 1995. It previously made an appearance during the interval of the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin.

She is a director of Tyrone Productions, one of Ireland’s leading independent television production companies, whose output includes drama, documentary and entertainment programming. She was a founding director of the radio station Today FM and, as a member of the Board of the Dublin Theatre Festival, Miss Doherty is heavily involved in promoting new and challenging theatrical work in Ireland.

She is married to co-founder of Riverdance, John McColgan, and she is regarded as one of the richest women in Ireland, with an estimated fortune of £42 million.[1]

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