Facts of Bill Turnbull
|Full Name:||Bill Turnbull|
January 25, 1956
|Net Worth:||$1.2 Million|
Following several years as a presenter for the BBC, William Robert Jolyon Turnbull is now a presenter for the radio station Classic FM.
What is the Age of Bill Turnbull?
On March 26, 1988, Bill Turnbull married Sarah McCombie. They married in Hackney, a London borough. They had two sons, Henry and Will, in October 1988 and October 1989, respectively, and a daughter, Flora, in August 1991. The family originally resided in Buckinghamshire before moving to Rainbow. In Guildford, Surrey, England, he was born on January 25, 1956.
He is currently 63 years old and goes by the name William Robert Jolyon Turnbull. His father is Scottish, while his mother is English. He went to Eton College in Berkshire, then the University of Edinburgh, where he worked as the editor of the student newspaper. He also received his bachelor’s degree in 1978 from Cardiff University.
When Did Bill Turnbull get Married?
On March 26, 1988, Bill Turnbull wed Sarah McCombie. Hackney, London, was the location of their wedding. They had two sons, Henry and Will, born in October 1988 and October 1989, respectively, as well as a daughter, Flora, born in August 1991. The family originally resided in Buckinghamshire before moving to Rainbow.
Bill Turnbull prefers to keep his mouth shut and avoid expressing himself in public. Until now, he has not been the subject of any rumors or scandals.
What is the Net Worth of Bill Turnbull?
His net worth is estimated to be around $9 million, with his professional career providing the majority of his earnings.
What is the Height of Bill Turnbull?
He has light red hair and light brown eyes and stands 5 feet 8 inches tall. Other details, such as his weight, shoe size, and clothing size, are unknown.
Bill Turnbull’s Career Line
- In 1978, he began his career with Radio Clyde, a Scottish local broadcaster. In 1986, he began his BBC career as a reporter on the ‘Today Programme,’ and in 1988, he joined ‘Breakfast Time,’ as a reporter. He joined BBC News in 1990 as a journalist.
- When he was Washington Correspondent, he traveled to over thirty countries and covered several international issues. On Radio 5, he was the live host of the regular shows.
- Bill began his career in the BBC Breakfast studio alongside Sian Williams, and went on to work with Sarah Montague, Carol Kirkwood, Mishal Hussian, and Susanna Reid later on. In 2008, he joined Williams to take over as the main daily host of Breakfast, replacing Dermot Mirnagham.
- Apart from anchoring and journalism, he has been in a variety of television shows. Bill competed in the third series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2005, partnering with Karen Hardy. He continued the competition despite his ankle injury, and finished sixth out of twelve competitors.
- In November 2006, he performed with BBC News presenters for Children in Need, and his participation in a polyphasic sleep experiment was shown on BBC One’s “The One Show.”
- He made an appearance on BBC One’s School’s Out on August 11, 2007. He appeared in a celebrity version of ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’ with his colleague Sian Williams to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
- Bill underwent prostate cancer chemotherapy, and after eight rounds, he asked his doctor to stop the treatment because he could no longer handle the pain.
- For Outstanding Sports Personality-Sports Reporter, he received a Sports Emmy Award.