Facts of Charlie Stayt Biography
|Occupation||Television presenter, Journalist|
|Place of birth||United Kingdom|
Charlie Stayt is an English television presenter, broadcast journalist, anchor and a broadcaster; serving BBC as a freelance reporter. He is also the current relief presenter on Breakfast. Prior to this, he had presented for various stations including Five News and News At Noon.
CHILDHOOD & EDUCATION
Born as Charles Jeffries Stayt on 19 June 1962 in Gloucestershire, England, UK. He grew up in West of England with his two older siblings and attended his elementary and high school here. Stayt attended Wycliffe College, a mixed-gender educational public institute in the town of Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, Cotswolds. Soon after he graduate he went to West Midlands and attended the fifth largest universities in the city called Birmingham City University. From a young age, Stayt was an energetic and enthusiastic child, who had a keen interest to become a radio presenter.
SETS HIS NAME IN THE WORLD OF BROADCASTING
Shortly after graduation, he landed his first job on a commercial radio station in his native Gloucester. He later went to London and worked as the host of an award-winning radio program called 'The Way It Is' on Capitol Radio. During this time he also worked for BBC Radio 5 Live and LBC as a reporter.
Charles Stayt started his television career in the year 1995 after he was recruited by ITN as its reporter for the news program 'Five News'. He then later presented the network's prime-time bulletin and half-hour live debate show. He left ITN around 2005 after he had worked for ten years as its correspondent and presenter. Stayt was also a presenter for Sky News and hosted the network's reality show 'Jailbreak and 'Are You Telepathic'.
After his departure from ITN, Charlie joined BBC Breakfast in 2006 as its relief presenter, but later in the fall of 2007, he was assigned to present the network's from Friday to Sunday. He became the presenter of BBC Breakfast since January 2008 and also presents its other programs on BBC One and BBC News. He moved to Salford with the programme and presented with Naga Munchetty, the Thursday-Saturday programme. He also partnered with Bill Turnbull as its stands for the main weekday host.
In August 2016, Charlie Stayt appeared on the ITV studios production of British game show called 'Countdown' which was broadcasted on Channel 4.
MARRIAGE LIFE & NET WORTH
Charlie Stayt is a married man and his wife is Anne Frances Breckell. The couple celebrated their wedding in a small ceremony in the year 1995. They are blessed with two children named Phoebe Senara and Jake Hamilton. Stayt and Breckell are still together with no signs of divorce and currently resides in London.
Stayt's career has given him a lot of valuable friends as well as fortune and fame. He has a net worth of $2 million dollars with a lucrative amount of salary.