Suzi Perry Biography
Suzi Perry is a well-reputed British TV host who now works for BT Sport covering MotoGP. She is most known for her 13 years of MotoGP coverage for the BBC, her 8 years on Channel 5’s The Gadget Show, and her three years of Formula One coverage for the BBC from 2013 to 2015. She worked as a model in Japan for a year after graduating, then as an advertising model when she returned to the UK.
Suzi Perry Age
Suzi Perry was born in Cosford, United Kingdom on May 3, 1970. She is 52 years old.
Suzi Perry Height
Suzi stands at a stature of 5 ft 10 in/1.68 m tall.
Suzi Perry Family
Her parents, Tony Perry and Irene Mary Perry reared her in an RAF hospital in Cosford, Shropshire. Suzi is the daughter of a music publisher, and guitarist Mel Galley was her godfather. She was raised in Finchfield.
Suzi Perry Husband
Suzi Boosten is married to Bastien Boosten. He is Dutch and met on the set of The Gadget Show. On February 17, 2009, Suzi’s ectopic pregnancy ruptured. She lost four pints of blood and was rushed from her Chiswick home to West Middlesex Hospital where she underwent surgery.
The pair married on August 6, 2009, with an Elvis impersonator officiating the 30-minute ceremony. Her second marriage resulted in the birth of a stepdaughter. Suzi married Steve Bullock in 1997, but the marriage only lasted four years.
Suzi Perry Education
She spent the academic year working as a lighting technician at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre while attending Smestow School in Wolverhampton. She continued her education at Wolverhampton Polytechnic, now the University of Wolverhampton, where she majored in business studies and finance. After graduating, she worked as a model in Japan for a year before returning to the UK as an advertisement model.
Suzi Perry Salary
Suzi receives an annual salary of $84,567.
Suzi Perry’s Net Worth
Suzi’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Suzi Perry Career
Suzi joined BT Sport in March 2016, presenting the channel’s motorsport content, including the MotoGP World Championship, FIM Speedway, and World Rally Championship. The announcement coincided with the news that Formula One coverage in the United Kingdom would shift from the BBC to Channel 4.
She is presently the host of the BT Sport MotoGP coverage, together with former bike racers and pundits Sylvain Guintoli, Michael Laverty, and Natalie Quirk. Neil Hodgson and Gavin Emmett provide commentary and reporting.
She was named an honorary Doctor of Engineering by the University of Wolverhampton in September 2016 for her contributions to science, technology, and inspiring future entrepreneurs. Only Fools and Horses, a BBC Sport Relief event, featured her as a celebrity showjumper. After being voted off the competition on July 12, she stated that she had fallen off her horse 12 times.
She is best known as a motorsports correspondent for BBC News, where she covers motorcycle racing. Suzi presented BBC Sport’s MotoGP coverage for 13 years beginning in 1997. After leaving MotoGP, she joined the BBC’s presenting team at the 2010 Epsom Derby and Royal Ascot. Suzi was named the new presenter of the BBC’s Grand Prix coverage beginning with the 2013 season on December 21, 2012.
She covered ten live races as well as ten highlight broadcasts. She also contributed regular blogs to BBC Sport, providing a behind-the-scenes look at Formula One. This was the first time a woman had anchored Formula One on British television full-time. Suzi was confirmed in 2015 as the co-host of a new F1 show on BBC Two with Murray Walker. Walker’s show, Formula 1 Rewind, includes him going through some of the BBC’s archives.
Suzi began a series of live Instagram broadcasts named ‘Suzi’s Breakfast Club’ during the coronavirus lockdown of spring 2020. It featured interviews with celebrities from sports, music, and entertainment.
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