Alex Jones (Welsh presenter) Age, Career, Family and Net Worth
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- Where is Alex now?
- How tall is Alex?
- How much money does Alex earn?
- What is Alex’s net worth?
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Who is Alex Jones (Welsh presenter)?
Charlotte Alexandra Jones abbreviated as Alex Jones (Wesh Presenter) is a Welsh notable television presenter. She is best known for co-presenting the BBC One magazine program The One Show. Moreover, she has presented Tumble (2014), Close Calls: On Camera (2015 to 2016), and Shop Well for Less. (2016 to 2020).
How Old Is Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter)?
She is 45 years old as of July 2022, having been born on March 18, 1977, in Ammanford Carmarthenshire, wales. Jones shares her birthdate with celebrities such as; Brooke Norris, Adam Levine, Lily Collins, Greg Metelus, Maesi Caes, and many more.
Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) Family
Who are Alex Jones’s (Welsh Presenter) Parents?
She was born to Alun Jones (Father) and Mary Jones (Mother).
Does Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) have Siblings?
She has a younger sister by the name of Jennie.
Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) Education
She received her education at Prifysgol Aberystwyth University, Penglais Campus. There, she studied theatre, film, and television.
Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) Marital Status
She is married to the love of her life, Charlie Thompson, an insurance broker. They married in 2015.
Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) Kids
She and her husband, Charlie have three kids. Two boys by name, Edward Alun Burrell Thompson (born on January 26, 2017) and Kit (born on May 13, 2019). And a daughter by the name of Annie (born on August 21, 2021).
Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) Career
After leaving university, she became a television presenter but was sacked twice, once for mistaking Mike Peters from the band The Alarm for a workman who had to fix the office alarm. She was asked at the age of 21 by a producer at Avanti productions to audition in front of the camera. Her presenting job was for BBC Choice and then she joined S4C as a presenter on the singing program Can I Gymru (A Song for Wales).
She went on to develop a specialty in presenting Welsh-language children’s programs on S4C, including Hip neu Skip? and Salon, alongside occasional appearances on mainstream British television, including Channel 4’s RI: SE. On S4C, she presented the show Tocyn (Ticket) with Aled Samuel, the extreme sports show Chewa. And as part of the crew on Jonathan Davies’s Welsh-language rugby show Jonathan for the 2010 Six Nations Championship. In Wales, she was a regular co-host on Real Radio GMG. Jones was announced on July 25, 2010, as the new female co-host on The One Show, replacing Christine Bleakley.
In February 2011, she replaced Claudia Winkleman as co-presenter of Let’s Dance for Comic Relief during the program’s third series. On April 29, 2011, she was part of the BBC team for The Royal Wedding 2011, reporting from Kate Middleton’s hometown. Furthermore, she presented the United Kingdom’s points in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011. She along with Matt Baker and John Inverdalehas co-hosted The Sport Relief Games Show since 2012, live coverage of the Sport Relief games that afternoon. On July 19, 2014, she hosted the Live at Edinburgh Castle concert event on BBC One.
Beginning on August 9, 2014, she presented the BBC One gymnastics competition series Tumble which ran throughout September 2014. The next year, she began presenting the daytime series Close Calls: On Camera for BBC One. Whereas in 2016, she began co-hosting alongside Steph McGovern, the BBC series Shop Well or Less. In September 2016, she fronted a one-off documentary Alex Jones – Fertility and Me for BBC One. Moreover, she presented The Secrets in My Family, a primetime documentary series for UKTV’s W channel.
A Career in Strictly Come Dancing
In 2011, she competed in the 9th series of Strictly Come Dancing. For this reason, her professional partner was James Jordan. A week before the final, Jones and Jordan were eliminated and finished 5th overall in the competition.
She is a patron of the Kidney Wales Foundation. From March 18 to 20, 2014, she participated in the Sport Relief appeal by being dragged up the 1,200 ft Moonlight Buttress in Zion National Park, Utah in the US by climber Andy Kirkpatrick. For the charity appeal, she raised £1,281,476. Coverage of the challenge was shown on The One Show and in a 30-minute film that aired on BBC One on March 23, 2014, called Alex Against the Rock for Sport Relief. From March 7 to 11, 2016, she took part in her second challenge for Sport Relief, called ‘Hell on High Seas’ in which she, along with five other celebrities; Suzi Perry, Doon Mackichan, Angellica Bell, Hal Cruttenden, and Ore Oduba sailed 1,000 miles from Belfast to London. It was announced during the Sport Relief telethon that the team had raised £1,062,868.
Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) Height and Measurements
Adding up to her well-curved and beautiful body, she stands at a height of 5ft 6inches (1.68m) and has unknown weight.
Alex Jones (Welsh Presenter) Salary and Net Worth
She has a salary of between £450,000 and £499,000 and a net worth of $5 million.