Sophie Jane Raworth is one of the most recognizable well-established English journalists working for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). She is a senior newsreader and broadcaster presents herself at BBC News at Six and BBC Newest Ten. Dr. Raworth also works as a guest presenter of the flagship programmer The Andrew mars show.
Sophie Raworth Bio: Age, Parents, Ethnicity, Nationality
51 years old at present, Sophie Raworth was born on May 15, 1968, in Redhill, Surrey, England. His father, Richard Raworth was a businessman and Mother, Jenny Raworth was a florist. She also has a sister named Kate. They belong to British nationals but their ethnicity is unknown.
Sophie Raworth Education Details
After finishing her earlier schooling in Putney high school and St. Paul’s girls’ school, she joined University of Manchester and studied German and French. She completed her post-graduation in City London University where she opted for Broadcasting and journalism.
Sophie Raworth Career Details
Sophie Appeared in TV for the first time at the age of fourteen. She appeared briefly in a BBC report for Nationwide (1969) about her mother’s bee-keeping enterprise. In 1984 she was interviewed with several teenagers by TV-AM in a program called “Good Morning Britain”.
Sophie started her career in BBC as a news reporter in 1992 upto April 1994 working as a journalist for Brussels. She then joined BBC north at Leeds in 1995. She also acted in several like Bodyguard (2018), Hunter (2009) and absolute the movie (2016). Then in 1997, she joined national BBC One program Breakfast news. From 2000 she was a lead presenter in that shows up to 2002. At the same time she also worked in BBC’s TV series “Tomorrow’s World”. She started delivering news in BBC Six O’clock News including George Alagiah in January 2003. In 2004 Sophie worked on the BBC fashion and makeover reality TV show “What Not to Wear”.
After returning from Six O’clock news from October 2005, she started working as BBC One’s leading presenter in June 2006. After returning from his pregnancy break in 2008, she started working in News at Six as the main support host and on BBC News at Ten as a daily support host in British broadcasting Network. In a British TV show “My Hero” She performed a cameo.
Justin Rowatt announced that Sophie and he going to be on a BBC show named, the trouble with working women that is in 2009. In 2009 itself she guest presented a crime watch show. AS herself, She made a cameo role in 2013 hit thriller ‘A good day to Die Hard’ starring Bruce Billis. City University of London awarded her an Award of Doctor of Arts honoris causa. Watchdog Test House, which was aired in 10th march 2014 till 2015, was hosted by Sophie Raworth. She replaced Anne Robinson in BBC One consumer news reporting program. RAF 100: Into the Blue in 2018, which marks the Royal Air Force 100th anniversary, was produced by Sophie Raworth in 2008.
Sophie Raworth Marriage Details
Sophie was married to her long dated boyfriend and a property company owner, Richard Winter. She dated him for a year and then they finally decided to marry each other. In a local church of London they two got married on 13th December 2003. The couple blessed with two daughters Georgia and Ella Rose, and a son, Oliver. At the age of 35 she became mother for the first time in 2004. She is a very enthusiastic woman as she ran the world’s largest half marathon, the great north run in 2008. You can determine how she becomes the finisher of every year marathon in morocco, which has a highest marathon covers a distance of around six regular marathons.
Sophie Raworth Net Worth
Sophie’s net worth is estimated to be of $7 million and earned huge money from her professional career.
Sophie Raworth Body Measurements
She has a well maintained body and has a height of 5 feet 6 inches. Her body measurements are 35-27-36 inches. She has blonde hair and light brown eyes.