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- What does Tim do for a living?
- Who are Tim’s parents and siblings?
- What are Tim’s interests and hobbies?
- Is Tim married or does he have a girlfriend/ boyfriend?
- Does Tim have any children?
- Where is Tim now?
- How tall is Tim?
- How much money does Tim earn?
- What is Tim’s net worth?
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Who is Tim Willcox?
Timothy Melton Willcox abbreviated as Tim Wilcox is a prominent British journalist for BBC News. He presents news programs on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel. He is probably most recognizable for presenting the BBC’s live coverage from Chile during events surrounding the Copiapo mining accident and anchoring the BBC’s live daytime coverage during the early days of the Cairo January 2011 Egyptian revolution.
How Old Is Tim Willcox?
He is 59 years old as of January 2023, having been born on May 28, 1963, in Wellington, Somerset, England. Tim shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; Cameron Boyce (1999-2019), Roman Atwood, Elle McBroom, iAmJordi, Phil Foden, and many more.
Tim Willcox Family
Who are Tim Willcox’s Parents and Siblings?
His secretive nature has shown up in his personal life. He has managed to keep his family background very private. In case there is news regarding his parents and siblings, we will update it here as soon as possible.
Tim Willcox Education
He received his high school education at Taunton School. After high school, he attended St Chad’s College, Durham University where he studied Spanish. There, he was a member of the British Youth Orchestra, playing the trumpet. And had been awarded a Cambridge choral scholarship.
Tim Willcox Marital Status
News on the internet shows that he is possibly single as of January 2023. However, he was previously married twice. First to Sarah and second to Najah al-Otaibi.
Tim Willcox Kids
He has three kids with his ex-wife Sarah. One daughter by the name of Sophia and two sons by the name of George and Tom.
Tim Willcox Career
He started in newspaper journalism, working for Mirror Group Newspapers and Fleet Street News Agency. For many years he worked for ITN as a broadcast journalist as presenter and correspondent. He was the network’s Arts and Mesia Correspondent and after joining the news team presented the network’s live reports from New York City during the 11 September terrorist attacks.
Also, he presented the ITN Morning News in the 1990s and was the first ITN journalist to break the news of the Paris car crash in 1997 that led to the Death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Since joining the BBA, he has been an anchor on the BBC’s news channels and used to present bulletins at weekends on BBC One. Moreover, he served as a regular Friday presenter on World News Today on BBC Four, BBC World News, and the BBC News Channel.
In September 2010, he traveled to Chile to report for BBC News on the attempts to rescue miners trapped underground after the Copiapo mining accident. That same year in October due to extensive live coverage of the operation to bring the trapped miners back to the surface and interviewed Chilean President Sebastian Pinera. He is thus to play himself in a film about the Copiapo mining accident and began filming in February 2014. In March 2011, he played a significant role in reporting the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
There, he reported live for the BBC from the disaster zone and then a few weeks later reported from Libya on the 2011 Libyan civil war. Now, he presents regular programs on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel including The Papers (the nightly paper review) as well as news bulletins. More recently, he has been found on the overnight slot on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel between 02:00 and 05:00 local UK time, as well as on weekend afternoons (12:00 to 16:00).
A Career in Other Work
In addition to his journalism career, he has written, produced, and presented a number of documentaries for Channel 4 and Channel 5. These include: Paul Burrell – The Butler’s Story
After Diana – Remaking the Royals
Diana: Her Life. BBC world news America with Tim Willcox. In addition to his journalism work, he has made cameo acting appearances in a number of television dramas and films. These include roles in Sex Traffic, State of Play, Jonathan Creek, 102 Dalmatians, The 33, Clueless, and the BAFTA-winning documentary How to Start a Revolution.
Tim Willcox Height and Measurements
Adding up to his well-built body is a height of 6ft 0 inches (1.83m) and has unknown weight.
Tim Willcox’s Salary and Net Worth
His salary is not mentioned but he has a decent amount of money from his career. And an estimated net worth of $5 million.