Rebecca Lowe Biography
Quick Facts Rebecca Lowe
Rebecca Lowe is a very beautiful and gorgeous English presenter/anchor who works for NBC and NBC Sports. She used to work at the BBC, ESPN and Setanta Sports.
Rebecca was born on November 11, 1980, in Ealing, London, England, United Kingdom. She was born to Chris Lowe. Chris was the BBC News presenter. She was reported to be in school with footballer Peter Crouch. She studied at Notting Hill & Ealing High School. She then on an English-Speaking Union scholarship studied Mercersburg Academy located in Pennsylvania. She attended the University of East Anglia and graduated from there in 2002 with 2:1 BA Honors Degree in Drama.
From the beginning, she was interested to be an actress and also worked at TalkSport on graduation while looking for an agent. She is awarded BBC Television Talent Search for a footballer reporter in November 2002. She every Saturday for Final Score reported from a top Premiership match. She became a regular reporter on interviews and features for Football Focus. She featured every Sunday morning on Match of the Day as a presenter of a Football in the Community. She became the contributor to BBC Television’s Grandstand and Match of the Day 2. She also became the main sports presenter on BBC Radio Five Live and BBC News 24. She broadcasted sports news for BBC Radio 1, 2, 3 and BBC Breakfast. She also worked as the reporter for BBC One’s England team during the 2005 Women’s European Championship. She also became a reporter for BBC Two at the 2004 African Cup of Nations. She worked as a reporter at the FA Women’s Cup Final in 2003, 2004 and 2005. She also has reported from the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. On 28 June 2007, she was reported to leave the BBC and as a football presenter and reporter to join Setanta Sports. She has co-hosted the coverage of Football Conference and also reported on the Premier League. She alongside James Richardson co-presented Football Matters, Setanta’s Monday night football discussion and review shows.
In July 2009, she was announced to join ESPN’s new UK sports channel. She there alongside Ray Stubbs co-hosted their new Premire League football coverage. Ray Stubbs joined ESPN from the BBC. She became the first woman in the UK at ESPN for hosting the FA Cup Final. She there presented a 7-hour broadcast pitch side from the 2012 FA Cup Final which was between Chelsea and Liverpool. She has also presented for ESPN when the Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch at White Hart Lane in March2012 during an FA Cup Quarter Final. She has also co-hosted 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup with Bob Ley. She as a co-host of ESPN’s US coverage of UEFA Euro 2012 on US television. She was announced to be the Lead Studio Host for the Premire League in the United States on March 26 2013. Sports Illustrated named her as the Newcomer of the Year award in their annual Media Awards in December 2013.
She is a fan of Crystal Palace which she confirmed presenting Football Matters on December 22, 2008. She also has a brother named Alex Lowe. Alex is a sports journalist for The Times of London. She got married to Paul Buckle in a private ceremony in Santorini, Greece on June 12, 2013. Paul is a Cheltenham Town F.C. manager.