Quick Facts of
- First NameSophie Jane Raworth
Sophie Jane Raworth is a famous English broadcaster and journalist who is better recognized for her marvelous works at the British Broadcast Centre (BBC). As being the senior newsreader, she presented BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten.
Short-Bio Of Sophie Jane Raworth
Sophie Raworth was born on May 15, 1968, in Redhill, Surrey, England to Richard Raworth (businessman) and Jenny Raworth (florist). She was raised alongside her sister named Kate. She is of British nationality and belongs to Caucasian ethnicity.
Concerning her education, she went to Putney High Schol and later enrolled in St Paul’s Girls School. She received her degree in journalism from City University London. Also, she has a degree in French and German language from the University of Manchester.
Who Is Her Husband?
The 52 years old Sophie Raworth’s husband is Richard Winter. They shared the wedding vows on December 13, 2004, at a local church in London in an intimate ceremony. The duo was dating partners previously but Richard dumped her. But, now, they are together again.
As of now, the pair has completed seventeen yaers of togetherness and still shares a strong bond. Since the marriage, the pair are living a happy married life without any rumors of separation and extramarital affairs.
Together they have shared three kids: a son named Oliver Winter and two daughters Georgia Winter and Ella Rose Winter.
How Much Is Her Net Worth As Of 2020?
The senior journalist of BBC, Sophie Jane Raworth has a net worth of $7 million as of 2020. As per some of the sources, she is supposed to make around $1 million per year as a salary from her work on BBC channels for a long time.
Sophie Raworth started her career back in 1992 as a news reporter at BBC. Later on, she started working for the Greater Manchester Radio and then as a BBC Regions correspondent in Brussels in 1994. In 1995, she became the regular co-presenter on BBC program named Look North program.
After three years, she moved to national television and started pressing on BBC One program named Breakfast News. In 2003, she moved to BBC Six O’Clock News and after three years, she was announced as the main presenter of the show. The same year, she became part of the television coverage of the Children’s Party.
Sophie also made a cameo appearance as a newsreader in the BBC comedy series, My Hero. She took maternal leave till summer in 2008 since she was pregnant with her third child. In October 2008, she rejoined the program and a year later, was named the main relief presenter on the BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten.
In 2013, she again had a cameo appearance in A Good Day to Die Hard. In 2014, she also presented the Watchdog Test House.