Sara Cox Biography
Sara Cox (Full name; Sara Joanne Cyzer) is an eminent English broadcaster currently hosting BBC Radio 2’s drivetime show since January 2019. The show airs every weekday from 5 pm to 7 pm. Before, she presented Radio 1 Breakfast on BBC Radio 1 between 3 April 2000 and 19 December 2003.
Sara Cox Age
Sara Cox was born on 13th December 1974, in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. He is 48 years old.
Sara Cox Height
Sara stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.74m).
Sara Cox Family
She was born and raised in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England by her parents. Sara and her parents resided in the village of Little Lever near Bolton, Greater Manchester, where she was raised on her father’s farm. Sara grew up together with her four older siblings. Nonetheless, her parents parted when she was 7 years.
Sara Cox Education
She attended Smithills High School. Later, she left Canon Slade School after her A-levels to pursue a career in modeling.
Sara Cox Husband
Sara married her ex-husband named DJ Jon Carter. The pair tied the knot in October 2001 but divorced in December 2005. On June 23, 2013, Sara tweeted a picture to announce she had just married her long-term boyfriend and fiancé named Ben Cyzer. She is a proud mother of three lovely children, two beautiful daughters, and one good-looking son.
Sara Cox Book
Sara is the author of a book called Till the Cows Come Home: A Lancashire Childhood, a memoir of growing up in 1980s Lancashire which was published by Coronet Books in March 2019.
Sara Cox Salary
He bags a desirable salary of $77,603 per year. This is according to BBC Radio 2 hosts’ salaries.
Sara Cox Net Worth
Sara Cox is an English broadcaster who has over the years amassed an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Sara Cox Career
She is currently hosting BBC Radio 2’s drivetime show since January 2019. The show airs every weekday from 5 pm to 7 pm. Before, she presented Radio 1 Breakfast on BBC Radio 1 between 3 April 2000 and 19 December 2003.
Besides that, Sara presented several television shows for the BBC including Too Much TV in 2016 and The Great Pottery ThrowDown from 2015 to 2017. Sara had stints on Channel 4 music program called Born Sloppy as well as Channel 5 entertainment show Exclusive. In 1997, she presented on the UK feed of MTV hosting a late-night music show called MTV Hot.
In the year 1998, Sara earned her first film position in The Bitterest Pill. In September 1998, Sara was named the presenter of The Big Breakfast. During her time on the program, she interviewed stars such as Robbie Williams, Sting, and Leonardo DiCaprio.