Facts of Tina Daheley
|Date of Birth||April 16, 1981|
|Birth Country||London, United Kingdom|
|Profession||British journalist and presenter|
|Net worth||$6 Million|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (163.8 cm)|
|Body Measurement||33-24-33 in|
|Education||Brunel University London|
|TV Show||BBC Breakfast, The Cultural Frontline|
British journalist, Tina Daheley grabbed the attention of millions with her news reading and presenting work on the BBC’s radio show, The Radio 2 Breakfast Show alongside her co-presenter, Zoe Ball. She also received huge recognition for her reporting at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Daheley was born on 16th April 1979 in London, England. So, her fans are asking whether she is single or she is married? To find more about Daheley’s personal life, read the article to the end.
Married Life with Kane William-Smith
39-year-old journalist Daheley is in a happy marital life with JokePit The Comedy Box Office’s founder, Kane William-Smith. The couple met for the first time in the capital city of Spain, Ibiza in 2012. At that time, Tina was traveling on a girl’s trip while Kane was with family on holiday. They soon began dating after hitting it off with their first talk.
Following dating for the last seven years, the pair engaged at the beginning of 2018 when Kane proposed to her for marriage by sitting on his knees. By the end of 2018, they married in an intimate ceremony, inviting their beloved ones.
Earnings & Net Worth of News Personality, Tina
Tina Daheley earns a subsequent salary as a news presenter at The Radio 2 Breakfast Show on BBC network. Her annual income is probably the same as that of a BBC News presenter, which starts from $3,13,826 to $3,19,235. She has a net worth of $6 Million as of 2020.
Back in 2017 and 2018, Daheley had earnings of $162,323 with the reputation of BBC’s best-paid news presenters. She also earned from $200,199 to $205,609 from her news and current affairs reporting work for BBC News network. Read more about BBC Breakfast, Naga Munchetty‘s net worth and Status
Chasing Success in the Journalism Field
London-based news presenter, Daheley got the life-turning opportunity to join BBC News as a presenter in 2007. She then worked as a social media jockey on a political review talk-show, Free Speech with Rick Edwards in 2012.
Tina presented a sports T.V. show, Women’s International Football from 2016 to 2017. She, further, served as a reporter for a T.V. special show, Britain Celebrates Live: 100 Years of Women’s Votes in 2018. She also presented documentary series, including Crimewatch U.K., Panorama, etc.
Tina Daheley collaborated as a researcher for documentary series like Britain’s Toughest Towns and That’s So Last Week in 2005. Daheley featured as a news anchor in the horror-comedy series, The League of Gentlemen in 2017, alongside Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton, and Reece Shearsmith, among others. She grew up in a Sikh family in Perivale, West London.
She is an avid supporter of Arsenal F.C. Her great studies were completed at Brunel University and the University of Leeds, where she earned a Master’s in journalism.
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