Talent and hard work are always said to pay you a lot in terms of money. Moreover, if you are talented enough to be the face of the television, you will be definitely paid a lot more. One of the renowned British journalist Tim Wilcox falls in the same league of earners who add millions to his account every passing day.
Tim Willcox is a complete package of talent, hard work and confidence and with his skills, in the field, he has successfully earned himself a lavish lifestyle. Well, a lot of people are now wondering about his salary, bank balance, and net worth, and everyone wants to know how this 54-year-old television personality reached the peak of the success.
So, let learn all these things in detail. Just stay with us.
Tim Willcox is a British journalist who currently works for BBC News where he presents news programs on BBC World News. Willcox is also a relief presenter and he is probably most recognized for his appearance in the BBC's live coverage from Chile during events surrounding the Copiapó mining accident.
Additionally, he is also widely known for anchoring the BBC's live daytime show during the early days of the Cairo January 2011 Egyptian revolution.
British journalist Tim Willcox at BBC News
Willcox began his career with newspaper journalism as he worked for Mirror Group Newspapers and Fleet Street News Agency. As a broadcast journalist, Willcox also worked as a presenter and correspondent for ITN News for several years.
After he joined the news team, he presented the networks live reports from New York City during the terrorist attacks of 11 September.
BBC Journalist Tim Willcox
After years of struggling, Willcox finally joined BBC and ever since he has been an anchor on the BBC's news channels and presents bulletins at weekends on BBC One. He also served as regular Friday presenter on the World News Today on BBC Four, BBC News Channel, BBC World News.
Journalist Tim Willcox
In September 2010, he went to Chile to report for BBC News during the attempts to rescue the miner's trapped victims after the Copiapó mining accident.
Later, in October 2010, Willcox did extensive live coverage of the operation and brought the trapped miners back to the surface, and even interviewed Chilean President Sebastián Piñera. Later he got to play himself in a film about the Copiapó mining accident that started filming in February 2014.
In March 2011, Willcox played a significant role reporting the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. He reported live for the BBC from the disaster zone. A few weeks later from that, he reported from Libya on the 2011 Libyan civil war.
Through his dedication towards his work, Willcox earns a lot of money. He is a married man and he has been married to his beloved wife Sarah with whom he has three children. Eleven years ago, Willcox bought a house in the Oxfordshire countryside in which the perfect family of five are living happily together.
Tim Willcox house in which the family of five is living
Looking his lavish lifestyle, there is no doubt that Willcox earns a massive amount of salary. As of 2015, Tim Willcox is estimated to have the net worth around £115million which is increasing every passing day.
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