Magenta Devine Biography – Magenta Devine Wiki
Magenta Devine real name Kim Taylor was a British TV presenter, journalist and music promoter.
She was known for her appearances on Channel 4’s Network 7 and BBC Two’s Rough Guides to the World. Her other credits include presenting ITV documentary series Young, Gifted and Broke from 1999 to 2001 and Reportage in the 1990s.
Magenta Devine Age
She was born in 1957 in Hemel Hempstead, England. She died on 6 March 2019 aged 61.
Magenta Devine Children
She had no children.
Magenta Devine Death
She died on 6 March 2019 after a short illness. She was 61 years old. Magenta had been receiving treatment in hospital for an illness shortly before her death.
In a statement, her family remembered her as “a talented writer and stylish on-screen presence who was greatly admired by her many friends and colleagues for her creativity and wit.”
She is survived by her father Gerald Taylor, her sisters Gillian and Georgina and her brother Nicholas.
Magenta Devine Cause of Death
Magenta Devine’s cause of death has not been disclosed.
Magenta Devine Net Worth
She was declared bankrupt in 2003. A bankruptcy order was made against her in London’s High Court.
Magenta Devine without sunglasses
Devine always wore sunglasses when she appeared on television. She was also always photographed in sunglasses. However, Primal Information managed to get a photo of her without sunglasses. The picture of her below was photographed by Ray Stevenson in 1977.