Mark Pougatch Biography
Mark Pougatch is an English media personality and a television broadcaster, he works as the Chief Sport Presenter for ITV Sport, fronting their major football and rugby coverage. He is also the sideline reporter for Stan Sport’s UEFA competition coverage. formerly he was the presenter of BT Sport Score.
He joined the team of Football Superstars, a game which was due to be released in 2009 as an innovative MMORPG game integrating gameplay with footballers’ lifestyles. He is the author of Three Lions Versus the World: England’s World Cup Stories from the Men Who Were There. He is also a speaker, after dinner and at daytime events.
Mark Pougatch Age
He was born on 27th January, 1968, Paddington, London, England.
Mark Pougatch Height
He stand at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches.
Mark Pougatch Education
He attended Malvern College, where he was captain of the First XI cricket team and graduated with a degree in politics at the University of Durham where he was a member of Hatfield College. He then undertook a postgraduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism at the London College of Communication.
Mark Pougatch Parents
He is quite secretive when it comes to his family life, because of that there’s not a whole of information regarding his parents.
Mark Pougatch Siblings
Mark prefers to maintain a low profile in his personal life, therefore details regarding his siblings are unknown.
Mark Pougatch Wife
Pougatch is married to Lady Victoria Scott, the younger daughter of the 5th Earl of Eldon. Victoria Scott (born 1982) is an American writer of young adult fiction novels. Scott is the author of Titans and the Fire & Flood series published by Scholastic Press, as well as the Dante Walker trilogy published by Entangled Teen.
Mark Pougatch Kids
Pougatch and Lady Victoria Scott have three children.
Mark Pougatch ITV Sport
Mark is the Chief Sport Presenter for ITV Sport, he initially worked for six months at the former BBC radio station for London, BBC GLR. He then became a regular football reporter in 1992 with BBC Essex.
He joined BBC Radio 5 Live in 1994, selected to be the main presenter of 5 live Sport on Sundays. In August 2000, he switched to the flagship Saturday edition of the show and continued to present this until August 2016 when he was replaced by Mark Chapman. Pougatch continues to present some other editions of 5 Live Sport, most notably on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings throughout the football season. He also presents The Weekend Review on Premier League TV on Monday throughout the Football season.
Pougatch replaced Adrian Chiles as the main football presenter on ITV, fronting the channel’s coverage of the UEFA Champions League, England Internationals and later Euro 2016. In February and March 2016, Pougatch co-presented ITV’s coverage of the Six Nations Rugby Championship, and continued in this role in 2017, 2018 and 2019, subsequently co-hosting ITV’s coverage of the 2019 Rugby World Cup alongside Craig Doyle.
He won the Sports Journalists’ Association award for Sports Broadcaster of the Year in march 2012. Since 13 August 2016, Pougatch has presented the Saturday afternoon show BT Sport Score on BT Sport. He joined Australia’s Stan Sport’s coverage of UEFA Champions League, Europa League, Conference League and Super Cup, reporting live from the stadium.
Mark Pougatch Salary
He earns an estimated salary of USD 80,000.
Mark Pougatch Net Worth
His estimated net worth is USD 1 million.
Mark Pougatch Instagram
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