Quick Facts Amanda Davies
Amanda Davies is a British sports presenter for CNN International. Formerly, she worked for Sky Sports and BBC. Highly influenced by her father a former sports journalist, she developed a love for sports at an early age.
Amanda Davies earns a yearly salary of around $135,000 from with CNN working as a sportscaster. Davies’ net worth is reportedly at around $1 million. She was once married and has a daughter but information regarding her husband remains unrevealed so far.
Amanda Davies Salary, and Net Worth
Currently, a sports journalist for CNN, Amanda Davies’ salary as of 2019 is reportedly around $135,000 per year. Besides, she also enjoys bonuses and other perks from the company which adds up to her basic salary.
Amanda Davies started her sports broadcasting career in 2001, for some popular networks such as Sky Sports, BBC, and CNN. These sports networks are best known to pay a huge amount of salary along with extra benefits to their employees and Amanda’s resume speaks for itself, so we can only imagine how much the company allocates on her remuneration.
In 2019, Amanda Davies has an estimated net worth of $1 million amassed from her sportscasting career.
Amanda Davies Personal Life
Amanda’s marital status is ‘married’ but the information regarding her husband is still behind closed doors. No information about her husband, their first meeting, their wedding date, and their love life is documented and nither the tv journalist has addressed it to her fans.
People speculate different things when they don’t find the correct information. Hence, there has been lots of tittle-tattle about her relationship in the media and the public regarding her husband.
All we know is that she currently lives with her daughter Molly and is leading a normal and happy life.
Amanda must have a valid reason behind keeping the information about her husband a secret and we must respect her decision. We can only hope that one day when the time is right, she will let her fans know all they are looking for.
Amanda Davies is quite popular on the Social media and has over 15,000 followers on her official Facebook, around 10,000 followers on her official Instagram, and about 20,000 followers on her official Twitter profile.
Amanda Davies Early Life
Amanda Davies was born on 24 March 1980, in Manchester, England. Her father, David Davies is the main source of inspiration and her sports journalism career is hugely driven by her father’s accomplishments as a sportscaster.
Amanda went to Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls from age five to nine. When she was nine years old her family moved to the Midlands.
She continued her school at King Edward VI High School for Girls and graduated her high school. She graduated her college from St. Edmund Hall, Oxford in 2001 and got a degree in Geography.
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Amanda being a brilliant student showed proficiency in the field of journalism during her college years. Her attempt in journalism was widely appreciated and she was awarded the Philip Geddes Memorial Prize for journalism.
Amanda Davies Career
Amanda Davies, after graduating from college in 2001, joined Sky Sports as a runner. She became an assistant producer and was doing live sports events like Cricket World Cup and US Open.
She joined Sky Sports News and was seen in the role of assistant news editor, presenter, reporter, and on-the-road producer. Her notable coverage with Sky Sports includes Germany World Cup in 2006.
Amanda joined British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in April 2007. She was a sports bulletins presenter on BBC News Channel, BBC World News, and BBC One.
From 2008 to 2009, she hosted a chat-based program named Sport Today: Football Review. She had her own football show named Sports World Have Your Say during 2011. She even presented BBC Sport’s Your News regularly for a brief period of time.
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Amanda signed a contract with CNN on 27, March 2012, as an addition to the member in their sports presenter’s team. She is now the main Sports Anchor on CNN. She hosts daily sports news show called World Sport and also monthly F1 show called The Circuit.
Amanda presents some major international sports events since 2012. So far, she has actively covered events such as London Olympics 2012, Sochi Olympics 2014, and Rio Olympics 2016, 2014 Football World Cup, and 2016 European Championship.
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Among her major works with CNN, the death of Reeva Steenkamp, Lance Armstrong drugs scandal, the FIFA scandal, and the Russian doping crisis remains notable.
Amanda Davies Charity Works
Other than being a leading British media sportscaster, Amanda is interested in philanthropy as well. She is the patron of the Milk Bank at Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital. She is also an ambassador for Sparks and a supporter of Bliss.