Jeremy Vine Biography
Jeremy Vine (Full Name: Jeremy Guy Vine) is a famous English journalist, presenter, and broadcaster currently working as the host of the BBC Radio 2 lunchtime program. There, he presents views, interviews, and news with live guests and popular music. He surpassed the role back in 2003 from Sir Jimmy Young, the long-time host.
In addition, he also serves on Channel 5 as the host of Eggheads, the station’s quiz program. In 2015, he was a competitor in the Strictly Come Dancing 13th series.
Jeremy Vine Age
Jeremy Vine was born on 17th May 1965, in Epsom, Surrey, England. He is 57 years old.
Jeremy Vine Height
Jeremy has a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Jeremy Vine Family
He was born to his hardworking father Guy Vine, and his caring mother Diana in Epsom, Surrey, England. His mother worked as a housewife while his dad served at North East Surrey College of Technology as a lecturer in civil engineering. Guy was born in 1937 and passed away in 2018.
Moreso, Jeremy has a handsome brother named Tim Mark Vine, and a stunning sister known as Sonya. Tim is a popular English comedian, actor, presenter, and writer.
Jeremy Vine Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his supportive wife Rachel Schofield, who is a journalist and news presenter. The lovely walked down the aisle in 2002. Together, Jeremy and Rachel are blessed with two appealing daughters. Previously, Jeremy was married to Janelle Muntz, an American banker. They tied the knot in 1992 but parted ways in 2000.
Jeremy Vine Education
He attended both Lynton Preparatory School situated in Ewell and Aberdour School located in Burgh Heath. Later on, Jeremy joined Epsom College where he played the drums for The Flared Generation. In addition, he enrolled at Durham University where he graduated with a British undergraduate degree classification degree in English.
Jeremy Vine Salary
He bags a desirable salary of $97,149 annually. This is according to BBC Radio 2 hosts’ salaries.
Jeremy Vine Net Worth
Jeremy Vine has managed to stockpile good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Jeremy Vine Career
On January 06, 2003, Jeremy took over the weekday lunchtime show on a regular basis after various tenures on BBC Radio 2 as a stand-in for Sir Jimmy Young. The show encloses a mix of news-based talks. This includes popular music intermixed with views from listeners. The show was refurbished after Jeremy stepped into the hosting duties.
The Friday legal advice and Monday health slots were retooled while the regular Thursday food slot was sunk. Monday’s The Health and Wellbeing Hour involves either Dr. Sarah Jarvis or Rabbi Julia Neuberger. In addition, Friday’s Your Money and Your Life includes several contributors mostly Martin Lewis. Lucy Berry served for 4 years as the show’s in-house poet up to October 2006.