How rich is Sophie Raworth?
Sophie Raworth Net Worth:
|Birth date:||May 15, 1968|
|Birth place:||Redhill, Surrey, England, UK|
|Height:||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
Sophie Raworth net worth, wiki & biography:
She’s also seen in BBC News at Six frequently and frequently in BBC News at Ten. Yet, she’s the primary anchor in BBC News at One. Her mom was a florist and dad, a businessman and she grew up in Twickenham, which will be situated in the south western part of London although her birthplace is Surrey. Raworth studied in Putney High School initially and after at St Pauls Girls School in Hammersmith. She took a degree in French and German in the beginning from the University of Manchester. She began working as an English Teacher in Toulouse where she instructed the area to teens. Then, in the month of May in 1995, she went to become a combined anchorman in Look North program of BBC in Leeds and then joined Breakfast News in 1997 aired by BBC. Yet, she could continue her existence in the program until the month of October before choosing her maternity leave. Although, she was chosen as the primary anchor for BBC News at One in March 2006, she could occupy the place just after returning from her maternity leave in June. She’s frequently present in among the other news channel section called BBC News Channel. She’s been noted in some of the special versions of BBC such as offering a combined coverage for Queens Golden Jubilee and Our Monarchy along with David Dimbleby. Besides this, she continues to be involved in various entertainment plans of BBC that contained Dream Lives and Judgmental Quiz Show in the fall of 2002. Nevertheless, Raworth became part of BBC Fashion Show What Not to Wear wherein she got an alteration by the renowned stylists Susannah Constantine and Trinny Woodall. She got lots of negative reviews when she presented some bogus news for covering Kids Party at the Palace on the occasion of the 80th Birthday of the Queen. She’d also played a modest part as a newsreader in the Comedy Show of BBC called My Hero. After the end of BBC News at One, she left for another maternity leave and presented various news variations on her return. Now, she’s the principal relief presenter for BBC News at Six and seen frequently advertising a relief presenter for BBC News at Ten.