Stacey Dooley Biography
Stacey Dooley (middle name Jaclyn) is an English journalist, television presenter, and an author. She is also a filmmaker and a media personality. She has made documentaries for BBC concerning social issues. Her notable documentaries include themes around child labor and developing countries.
She went to Stopsley High School but she had to leave school at the age of 16 and take a job. She took two jobs as a shop assistant at Luton Airport and also as a hairdresser in Bramingham.
Stacey Dooley Age|How Old Is Stacey Dooley
Stacey was born on March 9, 1987. She is 31 years old as of 2018.
Stacey Dooley Family
Dooley’s father left the family while she was still young. She was raised by her mother, Diane in Luton, Bedfordshire.
Stacey Dooley Partner|Stacey Dooley Husband| Stacey Dooley Married
Dooley has been in a longterm relationship with her personal trainer, Sam Tucknott. Sam is a fitness guru and the founder of Pro-Fit, a personal training company founded in 2013.
Before becoming a personal trainer to Stacey, He was on the path to becoming a professional footballer. He joined the Crystal Palace Academy at the age of 12. During his period in the academy, he represented England and Wales in international youth FIFA and UEFA tournaments.
The couple keeps their personal life private but occasionally share romantic messages on social media.
Stacey Dooley Children
Dooley and Tucknott have not shared any information as to whether they have kids or are plannings to get any.
Stacey Dooley Career
Dooley first appearance on television was at the age of 21. She featured as one of the participants on the documentary series Blood, Sweat, and T-shirts. On the documentary, they had to travel to India to showcase and illustrate the typical behavior of a consumer who is obsessed with fashion.
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Her appearance on the documentary and her zeal for labor laws in developing nations eventually paid off. The Stacey Dooley Investigates documentary with Stacey as its presenter was commissioned in 2009. BBC Three and Australia’s ABC2 aired the documentary from August to September 2009 and in June 2010 respectively.
Dooley published her first book. Stacey Dooley, On the Front Line with women Who Fight Back. The book focuses on themes such as child exploitation, sex trafficking, gender equality, and domestic violence. Upon its release, the book became a Sunday Times Bestseller.
Stacey Dooley Net Worth
Stacey’s career has earned her an estimated net worth of $1 million which is approximately £760,150.
Stacey Dooley Awards
In 2018Stacey was appointed as a member of the Order of the Britsh Empire (MBE) for her services in broadcasting. In both 2012 and 2015, she was selected to be a member of The Observer Ethical Awards.
Stacey Dooley Height|How Tall Is Stacey Dooley?
Stacey is 5 feet and 1 inch or 154.9 centimeters tall.
Stacey Dooley Documentaries
|2008: Blood, Sweat and T-shirts||(4 episodes)||22 April – 13 May 2008|
|Child Labour||1||Kids for Sale||1 October 2009|
|2||Kids with Machetes||8 October 2009|
|Child Labour Series 2||1||Kids with Guns||7 October 2010|
|2||Sex Trafficking in Cambodia||14 October 2010|
|Holiday Hell||1||Thailand: Tourism and the Truth||28 March 2011|
|2||Tourism and the Truth: Kenya||9 June 2011|
|–||–||My Hometown Fanatics||20 February 2012|
|–||–||The Truth About Magaluf||7 January 2013|
|New Drug Frontiers||1||Cocaine Capital of the World||12 August 2013|
|2||Thailand’s Drug Craze||19 August 2013|
|3||Europe’s Dirty Drugs Secret||26 August 2013|
|The Truth About…||1||Booze, Bar Crawls and Bulgaria||30 September 2013|
|2||Sex, Stags and Prague||7 October 2013|
|3||Crime, Carnage and Cancun||14 October 2013|
|4||Domestic Violence||26 June 2014|
|–||–||Beaten by My Boyfriend||25 March 2015|
|Series 6||1||Meth and Madness in Mexico||7 April 2015|
|2||Ecstasy Wars||14 April 2015|
|3||The Cannabis Smugglers||21 April 2015|
|Series 7||1||Saving the Cyber Sex Girls||19 October 2015|
|2||World’s Worst Place to Be a Woman?||26 October 2015|
|Series 8: Sex in Strange Places||1||Turkey||8 March 2016|
|2||Brazil||15 March 2016|
|3||Russia||22 March 2016|
|–||1||In Cologne: The Blame Game (14 min short)||28 January 2016|
|1||Hate and Pride in Orlando (15 min short)||24 June 2016|
|Series 9: Migrant Kids in Crisis||1||Greece (30 mins)||19 April 2016|
|–||1||On the Frontline: Girls, Guns and Isis||15 November 2016|
|Series 10: Brainwashing Stacey||1||Anti-Abortion Camp||29 November 2016|
|2||Living with Big Game Hunters||6 December 2016|
|Series 11||1||Young Sex for Sale in Japan||28 February 2017|
|2||Canada’s Lost Girls (40 mins)||7 March 2017|
|3||Mums Selling Their Kids for Sex (35 mins)||16 May 2017|
|4||Kids Selling Drugs Online (19 mins)||14 July 2017|
|5||The Billion Pound Party (28 mins)||7 August 2017|
|6||Second Chance Sex Offenders||24 January 2018|
|7||Russia’s War on Women||31 January 2018|
|8||Face to Face with Isis (33 Mins)||7 February 2018|
|9||Gypsy Kids Taken from Home (42 Mins)||14 February 2018|
|10||Shot by My Neighbour (43 Mins)||10 September 2018|
|11||Face to Face with Armageddon (39 Mins)||18 September 2018|
|12||Fashion’s Dirty Secrets||8 October 2018|
|13||The Young and Homeless||13 November 2018|
|Series 1–6||(25 episodes to date)||–|
|Series 1||1||Greece, Bust and Broken||26 June 2012|
|2||Ireland, Lost and Leaving||3 July 2012|
|3||Japan, Fall of the Rising Sun||10 July 2012|
|Series 1||1||Girls Behind Bars||22 October 2012|
|2||Gay to Straight||29 October 2012|
|3||Border Wars||5 November 2012|
|Series 2||4||Giving Up My Baby||3 July 2014|
|5||Homeless in Detroit||10 July 2014|
|6||Kids in the Crossfire||17 July 2014|
|–||(1 episode)||15 November 2012|
|2018: Strictly Come Dancing (series 16)||(25 episodes)||8 September 2018 – 15 December 2018|
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