Clemmie Moodie Biography
Clementine Moodie is an eminent English journalist, columnist, and assistant editor currently working at The Sun [showbiz]. Clemmie Moodie, 3am editor.
Clemmie Moodie Age
Clemmie Moodie was born on 8 December 1981, in London, England. She is 41 years old.
Clemmie Moodie Height
Moodie stands at a moderate height 5 feet 1 inch.
Clemmie Moodie Education
While attending Guildford High School, Clemmie played lacrosse for England, South-East Region tennis, and cricket for Surrey, and participated in the MCC women’s first-ever match.
Moddie read English Literature at the University of Exeter and was voted the University Sports Personality of the Year in 2003. She graduated with a First Class Honours Degree.
Clemmie Moodie Family
Clemmie was born and raised in London, England by her caring and loving parents. However, information regarding her family members is ongoing and will be updated as soon as possible.
Clemmie Moodie Husband
She is a reserved person and has managed to keep her marital status hidden, however, a review is ongoing, and this section will be updated as soon as possible.
Clemmie Moodie Salary
Clemmie receives an annual salary of $46,203 per year. This is according to The Sun News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Clemmie Moodie Net Worth
Moodie has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Clemmie Moodie Career
In 2004, Clemmie joined the Daily Mail as a showbusiness reporter where she worked until 2008 when she was recruited by the then editor of the Daily Mirror, Richard Wallace, to co-edit the 3 a.m. girls column with former Sun reporter, Danielle Lawlor.
In October 2010, She took over sole editorship at 3 a.m. Moodie has been nominated four times for the Showbiz Journalist of the Year award.
In March 2013, Clemmie was voted Funniest Columnist of a national newspaper in the annual Lafta Awards. In September 2014, She handed over the reins of the 3 a.m. column to her deputy, Ashleigh Rainbird, to become associate features editor at the Daily Mirror. In October 2016, Moddie returned to the Daily Mail.
In April 2018, Clemmie joined the Sun on Sunday as an Associate Showbusiness Editor. In the 2019 annual press awards she was named Showbiz Reporter of the Year. In September 2020, She became assistant editor at The Sun [showbiz]. She has a regular weekly column on Tuesdays.