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Tony Livesey, a British journalist, and presenter, has been hosting 'Drive' for BBC Radio 5 Live since 2010. Prior to that, he has presented the late-night show BBC Radio Five Live, BBC News' Breakfast and BBC North West Tonight.
Anthony Livesey was born on 11 January 1964 in Burnley, Lancashire. Likewise, he lost his 43-year-old mother when he was just 13. He holds British nationality and is of white origin. So far, he is a student at St George's Junior School, Vaughan Street.
Who is Tony Livesey's Married?
The 56 years old Radio Host is happily married to his love of life, Barbara Maley (Marion), who is known as the supportive wife of Tony. So far, nothing much is known about Barabara's profession to the media.
However, Tony and his spouse kept their marital details to a very low key. Therefore, the actual date of their wedding or their dating history is not accessible at a site. It seems the married couple has been secretly enjoying their conjugal relationship for decades.
Anthony who served on BBC North West Tonight for seven years shares two kids with his lovely life partner, Maley. Sadly, the kid's names are still restricted because the parents want to keep their intimate things private.
Currently, the family is living a happy life entirely at the moment.
How much is Tony Livesey Net Worth in 2020?
Tony has earned an immense amount of wealth through his successful journalism and reporting career. As of 2020, Livesey, the BBC News presenter, has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
As per some online sources, the average salary of BBC workers is roughly paid $45,570 per year. Looking at his career period, he might have received higher earnings. Similarly, his co-presenter, Rachel Burden, and Nina Warhurst are both listed as the BBC long time serving reporter.
Tony Livesey is currently employed as the BBC channel host, where he is broadcasting the BBC Radio 5 Live. Therefore his profits and salary will rise even more in the future.
The BBC Career
Initially, Livesey began his journalism career working for 18 years as editor-in-chief and managing director on the Daily Sport, Sunday Sport newspapers. Previous to that, he had worked for Lancashire Evening Telegraph.
In August 2016, he joined the BBC, hosting a broadcast on BBC Radio Lancashire Saturday morning. He then went on to host the station's, Breakfast Show. Further, he also presented the Crumpet: A Very British Sex Symbol, on BBC2 in 2005 and Beefcake on BBC2 in 2006.
Tony started hosting the late-night show BBC Radio FIVE Live on 11 January 2010, after Simon Mayo left of BBC 2. But, in April 2013, he quit the late-night show to host the Weekend Breakfast program and then the weekday drive program.
During his BBC career, he has appeared on BBC North West Tonight, Late Kick Off, Inside Out, What The Papers Say, The One Show, etc.
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