Martin Lewis Biography
Martin Lewis is an English media personality, a financial journalist and broadcaster. He founded the British consumer finance information and discussion website(MoneySavingExpert.com) and sold it to British price comparison website-based business(Moneysupermarket.com).
Martin Lewis Age
He was born on 9th May, 1972, Manchester, Lancashire, England.
Martin Lewis Height
He stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches.
Martin Lewis Education
He attended The King’s School, He then went on to read Government and Law at the London School of Economics and in 1997 became a postgraduate student in Broadcast Journalism at Cardiff University’s Centre for Journalism Studies.
Martin Lewis Parents
His father, Stuart Lewis was appointed headmaster of Delamere Forest School, a Jewish school for students with special educational needs. His mother Susan Lewis, died following a horse riding accident, involving a collision with a lorry, when he was aged 11.
Martin Lewis Siblings
He has a sister by the name Debby Jupe.
Martin Lewis Wife
Lewis married 5 News weather presenter Lara Lewington on 31 May 2009. Lara Lewington (born 10th May 1979) is a British television presenter, journalist and former weather presenter. She co-presents the BBC’s technology programme Click.
Martin Lewis Children
lewis and Lara have a daughter born in 2012.
Martin Lewis BBC And ITV
Lewis worked a producer for the BBC Business Unit working on the BBC Radio Five Live business programmes and as an editor of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme business slot. Lewis then moved to satellite channel Simply Money, fronted by Angela Rippon, where he cultivated his “Money Saving Expert” persona.
From the outset, the channel suffered poor viewing figures and its main backer, Invest TV Resources, withdrew their support in March 2001. Almost all of its 51 staff, including Lewis, lost their jobs
He contributed to a “Deal of the Week” column in the Sunday Express. Lewis also presented “Money Saving Expert” slots on Channel 5’s daytime show, Open House with Gloria Hunniford. Lewis returned to the BBC to work as a business and personal finance reporter for the corporation’s BBC One Breakfast News.
In 2005, Lewis presented a daytime television series on ITV called Make Me Rich and in 2008 a peak time programme on Five called It Pays to Watch!. Lewis has also presented money special editions for ITV’s Tonight and has featured as a “Money Saving Expert” on several other magazine programmes including Good Morning Britain.
Martin currently appears on ITV’s This Morning and as an occasional guest on other news and magazine programmes. In 2012, he began co-presenting The Martin Lewis Money Show, initially with Saira Khan, and more recently with Angellica Bell. He also appeared weekly on the Emma Barnett Show on BBC’s Radio Five Live. In June 2020 he was a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.
Martin Lewis Salary
His annual salary is estimated to be USD 150,000.
Martin Lewis Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be USD GBP 100 million. He sold the MoneySavingExpert.com website in 2012 to the Moneysupermarket.com group for up to £87 million.
Martin Lewis Instagram
Martin Lewis (@martinlewismse)