Tim Willcox Biography
Tim Willcox is a well British Multi-media journalist Currently Working for BBC News. He presents on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. He is well known for his live during events surrounding the Copiapó mining accident in Chile.
Here is all you need to know About Willcox’s Bio, Age, BBC, Eye Surgery, Net Worth, and Wikipedia.
Tim Willcox Eye Surgery
Tim has black beautiful eyes and an ever presents smiling. Everpresent on our Screen Tim has sure captured the eyes, hearts, and ears of many fans. It is not known if he has undergone any eye surgery or not. If yes it is not known when he underwent the surgery.
Tim Willcox Age, Birthday
Born on May 28, 1963, in Wellington, Somerset Tim is 59 years old. He celebrates his birthday on this day each year and his zodiac sign is Gemini.
Tim Willcox Height, Weight
A man of Average height and Stature Wilcox is 5 feet 4 inches tall.
Tim Willcox Wife
Tim married his first wife Sarah and later the couple got divorced following allegations that he had an affair with fellow BBC Colleague, Sophie Long. Tim and Sarah have three children together.
However, he recently rejected the allegations.
Tim Willcox New Wife
Willcox and his Second Wife Najah al-Otaibi, Tied the Knot in 2019. However, in 2022 his wife DUMPED HIM just two years after tying the knot. Dr.Dr. Najah Alotaibi is a Saudi researcher and journalist with a specialty in International relations and diplomacy- with a particular focus on the Gulf Region and Saudi Arabia.
Tim Willcox Family
Tim has not revealed any information regarding his personal life. He is a rather reserved character and prefers to keep his family off the limelight.
Tim Willcox BBC
Timothy Melton Willcox is an English journalist for BBC News. He currently presents news programs on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. He is famously known for anchoring the BBC’s live daytime coverage during the early days of the Cairo January 2011 Egyptian revolution and his live coverage during events surrounding the Copiapó mining accident in Chile.
For his educational background, he attended Taunton School, an independent school. He also studied French at St Chad’s College, Durham University. He also played trumpet on the British Youth Orchestra.
He kicked off his media career working or Mirror Group Newspapers and Fleet Street News Agency as a paper journalist. During his long tenure as a broadcast journalist, Tim was ITN’s Arts and Media Correspondent and presented the network’s live reports from New York City during the 11 September terrorist attacks after joining the news team.
He worked for ITN for many years as a presenter and correspondent. In the 1990’s he presented the ITN Morning News and in 1997 was the first ITN journalist to break the news of the Paris car crash that resulted in the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
During his Tenure at BBC, he used to present bulletins at weekends on BBC One and previously served as a regular Friday presenter on World News Today on the BBC News Channel, BBC World News, and BBC Four. He has also previously served as an Anchor on the BBC’s News Channel.
He Travelled to Chile to report for BBC News on the attempts to rescue the miners trapped underground after the Copiapó mining accident in 2010. Tim also did extensive live coverage of the operation to bring the trapped miners back to the surface in 2010. He also Interviewed President Sebastián Piñera of Chile.
He plays Himself in a film about the Copiapó mining accident that was filmed in 2014. Tim porting live for the BBC from the disaster zone of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami in 2011. A few weeks later he was in Libya covering the country’s 2011 Civil War.
Tim Willcox Salary
Working at BBC Willcox receives an estimated annual salary of £2,200.
His NeT worth is estimated at £2 Million.
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