Tim Lovejoy Biography
Tim Lovejoy is an English television presenter. He is best known for hosting Saturday morning football programme Soccer AM with Helen Chamberlain for over a decade. Tim presents Sunday Brunch on Channel 4 and BT Sports Panel on Saturday mornings on the BT Sport channel.
How Old Is Tim Lovejoy
Tim was born on 28 March 1968 in Northwood, London, England. He is 50 years old as of 2018.
Tim Lovejoy Height | How Tall Is Tim Lovejoy
Tim stands at a height of 1.78 m.
Tim Lovejoy Family | Tim Lovejoy Brother
Tim lost his brother to pancreatic cancer 10 years ago and has since been raising money for Marie Curie Cancer Care, who he says helped his family immensely.
Tim Lovejoy Wife | Tim Lovejoy Twins | Tim And Jade Lovejoy
In 2002 Tim married Jade and has twin girls Grace and Rose from the marriage, born in 2002.
Tim Lovejoy Girlfriend
He was in a relationship with English netball player Tamsin Greenway. On 22 May 2013 Tamsin gave birth to the couple’s first child together, a daughter. Tim announced in May 2016, that this relationship had ended.
Tim was named by The Daily Telegraph as the 49th most eligible bachelor in Britain in 2009.
Tim Lovejoy Children | Tim Lovejoy Daughters
Tim has three children two twin daughters known as Grace and Rose with his ex wife Jade and one daughter with his girlfriend Tamsin.
Sunday Brunch Tim Lovejoy
Tim and Rimmer began hosting a new show for Channel 4, Sunday Brunch on 25 March 2012 . The series began one week after the final episode of Something for the Weekend.
Tim and Rimmer presented a short-lived spin-off series called Daily Brunch in 2014 , airing Monday to Fridays from 10 am. The show lasted for just eight weeks.
Tim Lovejoy Book
- Lovejoy on Football: One Man’s Passion for The Most Important Subject in the World
Lovejoy on Football gets down to the nitty gritty of the really important stuff in football, such as:
Why he, Tim, is technically a rubbish football fan;
Women’s true place in football;
How ‘Save Chip’ became the biggest football cause in the country;
Why it’s a bad idea to hammer Razor Ruddock;
And why footballers are in fact underpaid.
Packed with amusing anecdotes, bustling with great football stories and full of strong opinions, Lovejoy on Football is the must-have football book of 2007.
Tim Lovejoy Hair | Tim Lovejoy Bald
Tim Lovejoy Soccer Am
In 1996 Tim began hosting and producing football show Soccer AM on Sky Television with Helen Chamberlain. Tim stayed on the show for eleven years.
Due to the success of Soccer AM, Tim became a radio DJ, joining Xfm before moving to Virgin Radio, where he briefly presented a Sunday-afternoon show. Tim also hosted Tim Lovejoy and the Allstars, a show similar to TFI Friday, on Sky 1, where he chatted with celebrities, between performances from a variety of bands.
Tim was appointed as the co-host of the car show Fifth Gear on Five for one series in 2006.
On 5 June 2007 he announced that he would be leaving Soccer AM after eleven years.
After he left Soccer AM, Lovejoy joined BBC Radio 5 Live as the Wednesday night host of its football phone-in show 6-0-6 though he was dropped in 2009. Tim also presented the UK edition of Five’s Major League Soccer magazine show David Beckham’s Soccer USA
Tim launched an internet TV channel called Channel Bee in 2008. The website has been taken down as of 20 November 2009.
Tim guest presented an episode of Blue Peter 12 years after auditioning for the show in February 2010 . A clip of Tim’s original audition was shown during the programme.
Tim made a cameo appearance as a news reporter in the comedy feature Being Sold in 2010 .
He participated in the 2011 series of Celebrity MasterChef.
Why Did Tim Lovejoy Leave Soccer Am
Tim left Soccer AM to present a new entertainment show for Simon Fuller’s 19 TV.
He is said to be on verge of signing a deal with Mr Fuller to host a new celebrity TV show that will have a strong internet element.
Tim Lovejoy Finger
In 2010 this what Tim posted on his Facebook account “My tendon snapped on my finger years ago. Misdiagnosed, by the time they fixed it it had shrunk”.
Tim Lovejoy Ramones
Tim Lovejoy Simon Rimmer
Tim co-presented the Sunday morning TV programme Something for the Weekend on BBC2, opposite chef Simon Rimmer from 2006 until 2012 and various female co-hosts including Louise Redknapp (previous co-hosts include Amanda Hamilton and Caroline Flack).
Tim Lovejoy Net Worth | Tim Lovejoy Salary
Tim has an estimated net worth of $1.6 million. His salary is not yet known.