Kay Burley Net Worth: How Much Is Kay Elizabeth Burley’s Net Worth: Kay Elizabeth Burley is an English broadcaster who has a net worth of about $3 million. She was born on December 17th, 1960 in Beech Hill, Wigan, Lancashire.
Burley was born in an Irish immigrant family that worked in a cardboard industry. Jacqueline, her sister, and she have the same parents.
She went to Whitley High School. At the age of 17, she began her journalistic career with the Wigan Evening Post and Chronicle.
Kay Burley net worth
Burley has a net worth estimated to be about $3 million.
Kay Burley education
Burley attended the Whitley High School.
Kay Burley career
Burley worked at Tyne Tees Television and BBC local radio before joining TV-am in 1985 as a reporter and irregular newsreader.
Beginning in 1987, she filled in for Caroline Righton and Anne Diamond during their maternity absences, presenting TV-am’s opening hour.
Andrew Neil hired Burley to work for Sky Television, where she helped launch the Sky One Entertainment Channel with her own film, The Satellite Revolution, in November 1988. She joined the fledgling Sky News in 1988.
She was a part of the Sky team who broke the news of Diana, Princess of Wales’s death on Sunday, August 31, 1997, shortly after 5 a.m.
She provided the first breaking news of the September 11 attacks in the UK shortly after the first tower was hit. She hosted Sky News coverage from Sri Lanka during the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.
She played an important part in Sky News’ coverage of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ royal wedding in 2005, as well as the general election. In 2013, she was the face of the coverage of Prince George’s birth.
Burley occasionally contributes to the tabloid Sunday Mirror, and in the summer of 2006, he made sporadic appearances on the newscasts of Channel 5.
She joined London talk radio station LBC 97.3 on March 23, 2014, along with The Sun’s managing editor Stig Abell, to broadcast a show from 8 to 11 a.m. on Sundays. She has filled in for Iain Dale on his Sunday Politics show.
Burley competed in the second season of the ITV reality competition Dancing on Ice, which premiered on January 20, 2007.
In honor of her mother, who had passed away from breast cancer, she skated for MacMillan Cancer Care. She donated the charity her appearance fee.
Burley and her partner, Fred Palascak, were eliminated from the competition in the fifth week after taking on Clare Buckfield and Andrei Lipanov, an actress.
In 2018, she made an appearance on Celebrity Hunted’s second season. The Kay Burley Show, Kay Burley’s own show on Sky News, was announced to debut in September 2018.
Burley moved to breakfast time to anchor Kay Burley @Breakfast, it was revealed in September 2019.
Prior to the first morning time slot on October 14th, Burley held her farewell afternoon show on the channel on October 3.
Burley was put on a six-month presentation ban from her own show on December 10, 2020, for violating London’s tier 2 coronavirus rules.
She had previously examined those who had disobeyed the regulations in the preceding six months. Burley made his channel debut once more on June 7, 2021, saying only “it’s great to be back” before reporting the headlines.
Kay Burley family and siblings
Burley was born to Irish immigrant parents who worked in a cardboard-making factory. She shares the same parents with her sister, Jacqueline.
Kay Burley husband
Burley is single at the moment but has been married three times.
Kay Burley children
Burley has a son named Alexander Kutner.
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