Martine Croxall Biography – Martine Croxall Wiki
Martine Croxall is a British journalist and a news presenter. Croxall currently serves as a presenter at BBC News. She joined the BBC in 1991. Born Martine Sarah Croxall was born February 23, 1969, in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England. She grew up in Stoke Golding, in the Hinckley and Bosworth district of Leicestershire, England. Croxall attended the Bablake School in Coventry, England. She later joined the University of Leeds, where she earned her BA in Geography, in 1990.
Croxall started her journalist career with the BBC on work experience at BBC Radio Leicester in 1991. She went on to work at East Midlands Today, the BBC regional news programme for the region. Croxall has also served at Newsroom South East (1997) and UK Today, a filler programme on the digital version of BBC One in England which ended in 2002 when regional services were established on digital platforms. She was the BBC’s main presenter during the November 2015 Paris attacks. Croxall is a fan and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. On April 9, 2021, Croxall was presenting BBC News when news broke of the death of Prince Philip. Her delivery was praised for its professionalism and tone.
Martine Croxall Age
She was born on February 23, 1969, in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England.
Martine Croxall Husband
She is married to her husband Stephen Morris. Her husband is the managing director and the founder of the Facilitator Agency. The couple was married in 2000. Croxall and Stephen have two children. The family lives together in St. Albans.
Martine Croxall Net Worth
Martine Croxall’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million.