Suzanne Whiston is a top-rated British TV host. She became very popular because of producing various TV shows. One of the most notable projects that she worked on is Match of the day, a football program on BBC. In addition to this, Suzanne reported from various sports events such as the FA Cup in 2004 and 2006 World Cup in Germany. A lot of people know her as a girl in a men’s soccer.
Suzanne is also very famous for her relationship with Karl Pilkington. The boyfriend is a renowned British radio producer, television presenter, comedian, author, and actor. Their relation is fascinating to the fans, so they even made public appeals for the couple to get married.
Even though Suzanne is 51 years old, her career is still growing.
Unlike other famous people, Suzanne didn’t reveal a lot of facts from her childhood. She was born in 1968, but the exact date is not known. Some sources say that she was born on April,21, but that’s not considered as a 100% correct information. The birthplace of Susanne is also unknown, but it’s known that she was born in England, and this means that her ethnicity is English and nationality is British.
As we already mentioned, Suzanne likes to keep details about early life for herself, so we don’t have any information about her parents or siblings. The same is with her education, but we can assume that she is well educated, seeing how she is well-spoken.
All that is known from her early life is that Suzanne was reserved and shy. During her school days, she loved to read and to edit school yearbook magazine. Also, she loved to watch and comment games even when she was a kid.
Suzanne’s Whiston’s career started in the mid-’90s and began with success. She joined the Manchester-based radio station Key 103. In this station, she got a job as a producer in which she was outstanding. Suzanne always was interested only for sports, especially for soccer. With the time she progressed, and she started to get a lot of offers from other television station. Between all those offers, Whiston decides to choose the BBC, and by the results later we can see that was the right decision. Since she joined the BBC, she worked on the trendy show Match of the Day, as a producer. This program provides new information about soccer matches on that day. Except that, you can also get forecasts, analysis, and predictions.
Working with BBC also brought Susanne other projects. She worked at various tournaments such as the FA Cup and World Cup.
In addition to Susanne’s work with the BBC, she started her own company. The company name is Alrite Production, which also has its own YouTube channel. Until now, she produces only one film named Karl Pilkington’s A Love of Two Brains. Interestingly, her boyfriend Pilkington wrote a script for this movie. Considering that she created only one film, we can assume that the project is still in development.
Suzanne has a fantastic journalist career considering she is one of a few ladies who are interested in the sport. In this area, she made a huge success.
The beautiful host has a long-term relationship with Karl Pilkington, who is also a British TV presenter. The couple is together almost for 30 years. Before they started dating, they were colleagues at the radio station. It’s an exciting story of how they met. When Karl wanted to buy a hot chocolate, he didn’t have money to pay it, so Suzanne did it for him. The second time they saw each other, she asked him to do some editing for her, and in return both him the same hot beverage. Since then, they have been in a happy relationship. Even though they are together for a long time, the couple is not married yet. Karl does not want to get married or to have children. Although they didn’t tie the knot, the couple has a successful and happy relationship.
Suzanne Whiston Net Worth 2019
Since she started the career, she mainly worked for the BBC, which brought her a lot of money, considering that this station is very famous. According to the sources, Suzanne’s net worth is $2 million at this time. Assuming that she continues her career, the number will get higher.