Jeremy started his career at the BBC radio as the newsreader and researcher on the BBC1 series, Heart of the Matter. After several years of hard work, he started presenting shows like, "The Politics Show," "Points of View," "Are You an Egghead?" and also co-presented Crimewatch with Tina Daheley.
Besides, Jeremy has also participated in the thirteen series of the BBC One popular show, Strictly Come Dancing. In the eighth week of the show, he was in the dance-off alongside Jamelia and stood at the ninth position.
Jeremy has earned wide recognition through his journalism career. He was named as the "Speech Broadcaster of the Year" by Sony Awards in 2011 and 2005. He also won "Vine the Sony Award" as Interview of the Year, after he interviewed the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Moving towards his personal life, Jeremy Vine was married to an American Banker, Janelle. The couple had seven years of marital relationship and divorced in 2000.
Later, Jeremy got married to a journalist and new presenter Rachel Schofield. The couple gave birth to two daughters named, Martha Vine and Anna Vine. The couple is living happily together without any signs and rumors of divorce.
British presenter, broadcaster, and journalist, Jeremy Vine earns a huge amount of money from his career. He had presented and reported different news and programme for BBC and also broadcasted for several radio networks through with he earns a decent amount of salary. As of 2017, his Net worth is around 1 million Euro.