Tim Willcox, Bio, Age, Height, Wife, BBC, Eye Surgery, Net Worth, Twitter

Tim Willcox

Tim Willcox Biography

Tim Willcox (Tim Melton Wilcox) is a famous British Journalist as well as a news presenter, currently working for the BBC news program. Previously, he presented for ITN Morning News.

Tim Willcox Age

He was born on May 28, 1963, in Wellington, Somerset, England.

Tim Willcox Height

He stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.

Tim Willcox Education

From 1982 to 1987 he attended Durham University where he studies Spanish Language and Literature and graduated from there with honors in Spanish BA.

Tim Willcox Family

There is no information regarding the Tim Willcox family. He has kept his private life secret.

Tim Willcox Wife(s)

Willcox got married to Sarah, his first wife, and divorced his wife following allegations of him having an affair with BBC colleague Sophie Long.

Tim has recently addressed the issue of secretly dating Sophie, rejected the allegation, and announced his new wife, Najah al-Otaibi who regularly appears on BBC news programs in her role as an analyst specializing in Middle Eastern affairs, former senior analyst at a Wahington-based think-tank.

Tim Willcox Children

Tim has three children from his first marriage with Sarah. The names of the children. There is no information about him having children with his current wife, Najah al-Otaibi.

Tim Willcox BBC

Timothy Melton Willcox is a British journalist for BBC News. He presents news programs on BBC World News, most recognized for presenting the BBC’s live coverage from Chile during events surrounding the Copiapó mining accident and anchoring the BBC’s live daytime coverage during the early days of Cairo in January 2011 Egyptian revolution.

On 8 November 2014, Willcox stated that the Labour Party would lose funding from Jewish sources following an additional tax on properties worth $3.5 million and above.

2011 In March 2011, Willcox reported the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, reporting live for the BBC from the disaster zone and later reported from Libya on the 2011 Libyan civil war. In September 2010, Willcox traveled to Chile to report for BBC News on the attempts to rescue the miners trapped underground after the Copiapó mining accident.

In October 2010 he did extensive live coverage of the operation to bring the trapped miners back to the surface and interviewed Chilean President Sebastián Piñera. As a broadcast journalist, Willcox worked for ITN News for many years as a presenter and correspondent. He was the network’s Arts and Media reporter, and after joining the news team presented the network’s live reports from New York City during the 11 September terrorist attacks.

Willcox also presented the ITN Morning News in the 1990s and was the first ITN journalist to break the news of the Paris car crash in 1997 that led to the Death of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Tim Willcox Eye Surgery

Tim has got a black eye, following eye surgery and it also appears to be larger than normal compared to his other eye. The difference is noticeable.

Tim Willcox Salary

There is no available information regarding his monthly earnings. His average salary is under review.

Tim Willcox Net Worth

As of 2021, Tim has an estimated net worth ranging between $3million to $5million.

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