|Full Name||Sara Cox|
|Birth Name||Sarah Joanne Cox|
|Profession||Television presenter, Radio Presenter, Model|
|Spouse||Ben Cyzer (m. 2013), Jon Carter (m. 2001–2006)|
|No Of Children||3|
|Date of Birth||December 13,1974|
Sara Cox, an English model, broadcaster, TV Presenter, and also Radio presenter, was born on 13th December 1974 as a Sara Joanne Cyzer Cox in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. She was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for contributions to broadcasting in November 2006 by the University of Bolton.
At Radio 1's breakfast program The Chris Moyles Show, she swapped places with Chris Moyles. She currently hosts Drivetime on BBC Radio 2 from Monday-Friday.
Sara met her husband, Ben Cyzer, while he was working at the advertising agency Fallon London as the head of account management, and on the other hand, she was working at BBC Radio 1. The pair bounded in a nuptial relationship on June 23, 2013, with a limited guest, which she secretly revealed on Twitter.
Now the couple is married for 6 years, which leads them to share 10 years old son Isaac and 8 years old daughter Renee. The couple often has seen posting their children's photos on social sites. Being a busy personality, they still spare time for their children and usually seen vacating with them in various parts of the world.
Sara's husband is an advertising executive. He is now 42 years old. Currently, he is working as a strategy director and managing partner for MPC, leading film, and production company.
His company MPC recently won a Visual Effects Academy Award for their work on the live-action version of The Jungle Book. There is no information regarding his past affairs and other relationship.
Sara and her ex-husband DJ, Jon Carter walked down the aisle in the hills of County Wicklow in October 2001. Their marriage ceremony held in the tiny village of Macreddin, two days after their civil marriage in a London register office.
Their relationship leads them to share one daughter on 13th June 2004 to whom they named Lola Anne. She is currently 15 years old. After bounded in 4 years relationship, the pair announced their split in December 2005. Currently, he is married to his second wife Nina.
The popular radio presenter, Sara has a net worth of $800,000 which is quite less than the highest-earning radio personality, Jane Garvey. As a radio presenter, she earns a salary of more than $80,000 annually. Being a top radio personality, she surely has given good compensation from her boss.
Additionally, she has presented numerous TV shows for the BBC, which includes The Great Pottery Throw Down and Back in Time for..... Apart from all of this, she is also an author who has written a book named as a Till the Cows Come Home: A Lancashire childhood, a memoir of growing up in 1980s Lancashire, which was published back in March 2019 by Coronet Books.
Sara's husband has worked as a Top Advertising Executive who has a salary of $210,909 annually and has been engaged in some of the top organizations. His estimated net worth is around $3 Million. Currently, the pair are living a healthy and affluent lifestyle alongside their children.
Being a huge public figure, she has been engaged in various social works. She was one of the celebrities who was engaged in contributing to a children's story entitled Once Upon a Time to promote the new charity.
She has been an ambassador for Centrepoint who promote charity program for the homeless young people since 2000. In the BBC's Sport Relief event Only Fools on Horses, he participated as a celebrity showjumper in 2006. From 2017 she has been raising money for Comic Relief, Red Nose Day.
According to the newspaper Manchester Evening News and to the commentary on television, she has raised more than $8,00,000 for Red Nose Day.
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