Maggie Mcguane is best known as a Canadian activist working to protect and defend both human and animal rights. She is very active on social media platforms, especially Instagram, where she posts pictures of lost animals that she wants to reunite with their owners.
In addition, Maggie has been a human rights activist who has been instrumental in bringing aid to charities and disaster victims.
Maggie Mcguane – Biography
According to records, the passionate animal and human rights activist was born on October 28, 1976, in her native Canada in the birth sign of Scorpio, which is said to be the reason for her mysterious personality.
Not much is known about her early life, but we assume that she successfully completed her education and, with the support of her parents, pursued her dreams in various fields. At present, however, Maggie Maguane is an enthusiastic animal and human rights activist who does her utmost to help those in need and those affected by tragic events.
5 Interesting Facts About The Human & Animal Rights Activist
1. Maggie’s mother was a popular actress
Margot Kidder, who starred in the popular movie Superman, in which she played the role of the original Lois Lane, has only one child, who is none other than Maggie Mcguane, who gave birth to her on October 28, 1976. However, Kidder was lost in May 2018 when she was found dead in her Livingston home by a friend.
Maggie may have been her mother’s only child, but she has other siblings with whom she shares paternity since her father is the writer Thomas Mcguane remarried after his divorce from Kidder. The activist’s siblings have been identified as Anne Mcguane and Thomas Francis Mcguane.
2. She had a flair for photography and writing
Before becoming an activist, Maggie Mcguane had an eye for photography, and it is known that she had a successful career as a photographer. Moreso, her success in photography led her to model, although she only modeled a few times.
While enjoying her career as a model and photographer, she realized her passion for writing and wanted to become a writer, just like her father Thomas McGuane – an established novelist. With the encouragement of both parents, she continued her writing career and improved her writing skills considerably.
What finally captivated her, however, was activism, and Maggie, who had the natural instinct to protect both animals and humans, found fulfillment when she became a full-time activist.
3. Maggie Mcguane was married in her teens
On August 26, 1995, Maggie Mcguane married her first husband Walter Kirn – an established novelist who is known as the author of “Up In The Air” – to form wedding knots. At the time of her marriage to Kirn, she was only 19 years old, while Kirn was 32. The wide gap in their age didn’t matter, as they were deeply in love.
They got married in a tiny town – Melville Montana in a Lutheran church with a white steeple, where very few family members and friends were present. After their marriage, they moved to Livingston where they lived together before the relationship ended in divorce years later. It is also known that Maggie’s union with Walter Kirn produced two lovely children – a daughter named Mazie Kirn and a son named Charlie Kirn.
4. Her current relationship status
Maggie Mcguane married again, and this time it was Chad Franscoviak, who is considered a music producer and sound engineer. As far as we know, the activist met Chad in the city where she was staying in Livingston at an Independence Day celebration on July 4, 2012, and they got married the same year. Maggie’s son was the best man at the wedding, her daughter was the maid of honor, and there were even songs performed by well-known musicians Katy Perry and John Mayer, who had been invited by her husband.
Currently, the couple does not have children together, but they seem to live a comfortable life in Livingston, which happens to be the place where they first met and connected.
5. Her achievements
Maggie Mcguane has indeed become an outstanding human and animal rights activist, and she has had her share of public recognition and applause in this field. She has been recognized for playing a significant role in helping many people who were victims of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which caused tremendous suffering, devastation, and damage in the United States.
She is also involved in many relief campaigns and programs and continues to participate in various charitable events. In conjunction with this, her well-established career as an activist has earned her a substantial net worth of approximately $5 million. According to some sources, the average salary of her career is over $90,000.