Adrian Chiles is a respected British television and radio presenter, journalist, and writer. Known for his wit and affable personality, Chiles has enjoyed a successful career in various broadcasting capacities. Here’s a brief account of Adrian Chiles’s biography, career, family, and education.
|Born||March 21, 1967|
|Birthplace||Quinton, Birmingham, England|
|Occupation||Television and radio presenter, journalist, writer|
|Spouse||Jane Garvey (m. 1998; div. 2009)|
|Education||Haybridge High School, Westfield College, University of London|
Adrian Chiles Early Life and Education
Adrian Chiles was born on March 21, 1967, in Quinton, Birmingham, England. His father, Peter Chiles, is of Croatian descent, while his mother, Ljerka Chiles, is of British origin. Chiles was raised in a Catholic household and attended St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School.
After completing his primary education, Chiles went to Haybridge High School in Worcestershire. He then pursued his higher education at Westfield College, part of the University of London, where he studied English literature and achieved a first-class degree.
Adrian Chiles Career
Adrian Chiles began his career in journalism as a sports reporter for the “News of the World.” He then joined the BBC, working on the business news show “Working Lunch” in 1994. Chiles quickly gained recognition for his unique presenting style and transitioned to other television programs, including “The Apprentice: You’re Fired!” and “Match of the Day 2.”
In 2007, Chiles teamed up with Christine Lampard (née Bleakley) to co-host the television show “The One Show” on BBC One. They formed a popular on-screen partnership, earning high ratings and praise from critics.
In 2010, Chiles moved to ITV, where he co-hosted “Daybreak” alongside Christine Lampard. However, the show struggled with ratings, and the duo left in 2011. Chiles then focused on his career as a sports presenter, hosting various football-related programs on ITV, including “Champions League,” “FA Cup,” and “UEFA Euro 2012.”
In addition to his television work, Chiles has had a successful career in radio. He has hosted shows on BBC Radio 5 Live, including “Chiles on Saturday,” “Chiles on Sunday,” and the daily morning news show “Wake Up to Money.”
Chiles has also written for various newspapers, including “The Guardian” and “The Daily Telegraph,” and published a book titled “We Don’t Know What We’re Doing,” which is a humorous account of his experiences as a football fan.
Adrian Chiles Personal Life
Adrian Chiles married BBC Radio 4 presenter Jane Garvey in 1998. The couple has two daughters together. However, Chiles and Garvey divorced in 2009. Chiles is a devoted football fan and supports West Bromwich Albion, a passion he often shares in his professional work.
Adrian Chiles Net worth
Adrian Chiles’ net worth is estimated to be around $2 million.