Ginny Buckley Biography
Ginny Buckley ( Real name: Virginia Louise Buckle) is a renowned British television and radio presenter and journalist. At the age of 18, she relocated to Australia and resided in Sydney. She worked in commercial radio for several years. She was a junior in the newsroom at 2UW and then at Triple M. She began in the newsroom and later became a producer for the show Club Veg.
Ginny Buckley Age
Ginny Buckley was born on 1st April 1968 in Rochdale, England, United Kingdom. She is 55 years old.
Ginny Buckley Height
Ginny possesses a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Ginny Buckley Family
Ginny was born and brought up in Rochdale, England by his parents. Her family relocated to Australia when she was 18. Ginny commenced her Tv career early by appearing frequently for BBC local radio in Manchester at the age of 12. She presented a children’s radio program for BBC. Ginny was also an actress and appeared in numerous plays for BBC Radio.
Ginny Buckley Husband
She is currently residing in Henley-on-Thames. Ginny is a big supporter of Manchester United. However, Ginny loves to keep off the public from her personal life, especially her marital status. Thus, it’s not known if she is married, single, or dating.
Ginny Buckley Education
She attended Oldham’s Grange Arts Centre and studied Performance Arts and Media Studies.
Ginny Buckley Salary
She pockets a remarkable salary of $76,284 per year.
Ginny Buckley Net Worth
Ginny has been able to accumulate decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Ginny Buckley Career
At the age of 18, she relocated to Australia and resided in Sydney. She worked in commercial radio for several years. She was a junior in the newsroom at 2UW and then at Triple M. She began in the newsroom and later became a producer for the show Club Veg.
In 1991, she returned to England and began to work as a co-presenter alongside Ross King on the BBC TV Children’s game show named “The Wetter The Better.”She also worked for Granada Television based in Manchester. While there, Ginny worked as a reporter on the regional news program named Granada Tonight.
In 2001, she joined the BBC One travel program named Holiday first as a reporter and then became the main anchor. In 2005, Ginny left the show after she was succeeded by Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen. She presented Holiday 10 Best, the BBC One spin-off program. In 2005, Ginny went back to her news background after joining Sky News. There, she anchored their afternoon output up to 2007.
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