Sophie Raworth Profile
Sophie Raworth is an American Broadcaster/Anchor/Actress working for BBC News serving as a senior newsreader and one of the main presenters of BBC News since 2012. There, she presents the BBC News at Six and BBC News Ten Newscasts. Asides from this, she presents the BBC’s Election Night coverage alongside other presenters and presents state occasions.
Sophie Raworth Age
Raworth was born on May 15, 1968, in Redhill, Surrey, England as Sophie Jane Raworth. She is therefore 54 years old as of 2022.
Sophie Raworth Height
Raworth stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Sophie Raworth Family
Raworth was born in Redhill, Surrey, England to her loving and caring parents. Her mother was a florist whereas her father was a businessman. She was raised in Middlesex alongside her sibling, Kate Raworth. Sophie manages to keep more information regarding her family away from the limelight. We will update this information once more information is available to the public.
Sophie Raworth Husband
Raworth is married to her husband, Richard Winter who she tied the knot with on the 13th of December 2003. The duo are proud parents to their three children. Oliver Winter, Ella Rose Winter, and Georgia Winter. She, however, manages to keep more information regarding her family away from the public. We will update this information once more information is available to the public.
Sophie Raworth Salary
Being one of the top Broadcasters/Anchors for BBC News Sophie earns an annual salary of about $130,000.
Sophie Raworth’s Net Worth
Raworth has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a Broadcaster/Anchor/Actress.
Sophie Raworth Education
Raworth attended the independent Putney High and St. Paul’s Girls schools. He went on to join the University of Manchester where she obtained a degree in French and German. Afterward, he spent about a year teaching English to teenagers in Toulouse. This was before studying for a postgraduate course in broadcasting at the City, University of London.
Sophie Raworth Career
Raworth serves as a Senior Newsreader and main presenter for BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten. Asides from this, she regularly presents state occasions and BBC’s Election Night coverage. Back in the year 2015, she was made the news presenter of the consumer affairs program, Watchdog. Later on, in 2016, she began presenting Crimewatch both for BBC One.
The year 1977 saw him co-present the BBC’s Breakfast News program on BBC One, initially with Justin Webb, and later years with John Nicolson. She joined the BBC Early Morning News program Breakfast during its launch in the year 2000. Then, she was presenting alongside Jeremy Bowen and in later years, Dermot Murnaghan, on Mondays and Thursdays. She also does regular relief presenters such as Michael Peschardt and Bill Turnbull.
Later on, she moved to BBC Six O’Oclock News in January 2003 where she was presenting alongside George Alagiah. She was also a presenter on the bulletin until the month of October 20005 when she went on maternity leave and was replaced by Natasha Kaplinsky.
Back in the month of March 2006, she was named the main presenter of BBC News at One. Then, she replaced Anna Ford on Mondays till Thursdays. She undertook this role in the month of June 2006, after returning from maternity leave. Raworth can also be seen presenting relief shifts on the rolling news channel BBC News Channel.
Previously, she also presented BBC specials that include coverage of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and Our Monarchy- the Next 50 Years. During the specials, she featured alongside David Dimbleby. Asides from this, she appeared on Tomorrow’s World. Asides from this, during the early 2000s, she was featured in entertainment programs such as Dreams Lives and the quiz show Judgemental.
Back in the year 2004, she appeared on the BBC Fashion show What Not To Wear which she was given a makeover by style advisors Trinny Woodall and Susanna Constantine. Back in the year 2006, she was part of the television coverage of the Children’s Pary at the Palace.
This was an event to celebrate the Queen’s 80th birthday. Alongside Huw Edwards, she presented some fake news updates for the program. This led to many complaints from viewers. She also has a cameo role as a newsreader in the last series of the BBC comedy series, My Hero.
During the end of the One O’Clock News on the 31st of January 2008, she made an announcement that she would be leaving the program until the summer. Asides from this, she confirmed Kate Silverton as presenting the bulletin during her absence. The 25th of August 2008 saw her make a return after the birth of her third child with the presentation of the Bank Holiday edition of the BBC News at One, BBC News at Six, and BBC News at Ten. Asides from this, she ran the Great North Run on the 5th of October 2008.
Since early 2009, she has been the main relief presenter on BBC News at Six and a regular relief presenter on BBC News at Ten. Then, she was often presenting when regular presenters Huw Edwards, George Alagiah, and Fiona Bruce were absent.
Previously, she has also appeared in place of Andrew Marr on the Andrew Marr Show. This is in addition to presenting on the BBC News Channel(formerly known as BBC News 24). Back in the month of May 2009, she also presented The Trouble with Working Women with the reporter and father of three, Justin Rowlatt on the BBC. This program looked at the role of the working woman. Later on, in the year 2009, she presented Crimewatch Roadshow on BBC One on weekday mornings.
The year 2013 saw him make a cameo appearance at the start of the film A Good Day to Die Hard as herself. Asides from this, the 16th of July 2013 saw him being given an Award of Doctor of Arts honoris causa by City University London. Asides from this, she presented Watchdog Daily in 2012 and Watchdog Test House in 2014 and 2015. This was prior to landing the role of the main presenter on Watchdog in the month of September 2015. Then, she replaced Anne Robinson.
In the month of February 2016, she replaced Kirsty Young as the main anchor of Crimewatch. Previously, she guest-presented the program in 2012. Later on, in the year 2018, in order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force, she presented a documentary titled RAF 100: Into the Blue where she was talking about her grandfather, Captain Edwin Raworth.
Edwin was a pilot in the First World War. The 3rd of December 2021 saw the BBC announce that Raworth would be the interim presenter on BBC One’s Sunday Morning(currently The Andrew Marr Show) from the 9th of January 2022.
Sophie Raworth Running
The 17th of April 2011 saw him complete the London Marathon despite collapsing two miles from the finish line. Later on, by the year 2017, she had completed all six World Marathon Majors. The month of April saw him complete the Marathon des Sables. This was a six-day, 251 km(156 miles) ultramarathon in the Sahara Desert. Later on, in October 2022, she completed her 10th London Marathon.
Sophie Raworth Films
Asides from her journalism career, she has also been featured in a number of films and movies. These include;
- Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie in the year 2016 as Cameo, herself
- A Good Day to Die Hard in the year 2013 as Cameo, herself
- Doctor Who in the year 2013 as Cameo, herself
- Crimewatch in the year 2012 and 2016 as a Guest presenter
- The Andrew Marr Show in the year 2013 as a Guest presenter
- Watchdog Test House in the year 2014 and 2015 as Co-presenter
- Chelsea Flower Show from the year 2014 till now as the Presenter
- Watchdog between 2015 and 2016 as the Presenter
- Bodyguard in the year 2018 as Cameo, herself
- The Funeral of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 2021 as a Reporter
- Sunday Morning from 2022 till date as the Presenter
- Our Next Prime Minister in the year 2022 as the Presenter
- The Proclamation of HM the King in 2022 as the Presenter
- Scotland: The Vigil in 2022 as the Presenter
- HM the Queen: The Journey to London in 2022 as the Presenter
- HM the Queen: The Procession to Lying-in-State in 2022as the Reporter