Alex Payne Biography
Alex Payne is a famous television presenter and broadcaster in the United Kingdom. Payne founded The Room in London in January 2016. Moreover, he worked as a TV Presenter at Sky Sports from 2003 until 2018. As of now, Payne serves as the host of The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast alongside Mike Tindall and James Haskell. The podcast started on 30th July 2020.
Alex Payne Age
Alex Payne was born in June 1980, in the United Kingdom. She is 42 years old.
Alex Payne Height
Payne has a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Alex Payne Family
Payne was born to his hardworking father and mother in the United Kingdom. Nonetheless, details concerning Payne’s family (parents and/or siblings) whereabouts remain unavailable to the public.
Alex Payne Wife
He is happily married to his beautiful wife whom he has not shared her name with the public. However, Payne has also not posted any pictures of his lovely family. Nevertheless, he is the proud dad of two pretty children.
Alex Payne Education
He attained his high school diploma from Sandroyd School. Later on, Payne attended Eton College and graduated with his bachelor’s degree. In 1999, Payne matriculated at The University of Edinburgh where he graduated with a master’s degree in History in 2003.
Alex Payne Salary
He earns a remarkable salary ranging between $100k -300k per year.
Alex Payne Net Worth
Through his work, Payne has been able to garner decent possessions and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Alex Payne Career
Payne founded The Room in London in January 2016. Moreover, he worked as a TV Presenter at Sky Sports from 2003 until 2018. Payne covered live coverage of Sky’s Rugby Union, Poker, Tennis, Sky News, and Sky Sports News.
As of now, Payne serves as the host of The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast alongside Mike Tindall and James Haskell. The podcast started on 30th July 2020. In addition, the podcast is now in season two and contains 96 episodes as of May 1, 2022. Payne commenced his career in July 2002 as he interned at IMG up to September 2002.