Jeremy Kyle was born on 7th July 1965 in Reading, Berkshire, England. He is the son of Patrick Kyle and Nan Kyle. His father was an accountant and personal secretary to the Queen Mother for forty years. Jeremy Kyle is an English television host, journalist, and writer known for hosting the tabloid talk show The Jeremy Kyle Show. Jeremy’s first job was at Marks & Spencer is a major British multinational retailer with headquarters in Westminster, London. Jeremy won the TV Quick Awards for Best Daytime Show. As of 2019, he worked as a presenter in Kyle’s House.
Jeremy Kyle Personal Life and Education
He was born on July 7, 1965, in Reading, Berkshire, UK, to Nan and Patrick Kyle. He is currently 55 years old. His father worked as an accountant and personal secretary to the Queen Mother. He was the younger of two sons. His elder brother Nick turned into a drug addict. Kyle studied at an all-boys independent school, ‘Reading Blue Coat School,’ in Sonning, Berkshire. After graduation, he attended the ‘University of Surrey’ in Guildford, where he studied history and sociology.
Kyle married his first wife Christy Rowley in 1989, but they divorced in 1991. They have a daughter, Harriet. During his marriage with Christy, he turned into a habitual gambler, which resulted in a debt of £12,000. He still gambles occasionally but is no more addicted to it.
He marries former model Carla Germaine in 2003 for a second time. The couple has two daughters, Alice and Ava, and a son, Henry Kyle. Kyle and Carla divorced in February 2016. In June 2018, he became a grandfather when his daughter Harriet gave birth to a baby girl, Isla. In February 2018, Kyle disclosed the news of his engagement to Vicky Burton. He diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2012 and treated with chemotherapy as well as operated upon to remove the affected part.
Jeremy Kyle Body measurement
This man has brown hair and blue eyes. He is 5 feet 8 inches tall. As of now, he has $5-$6 million USD Net worth. His main source of income is his professional journalism.
He initially worked for ‘Mark and Spencer,’ the supermarket chain. Later, from 1986 to 1995. Kyle worked in different jobs, such as a life insurance salesman, recruitment consultant, and radio advertising salesman. During his last job as a radio advertising spots salesman, he asked to fill in as a replacement, and that the beginning of his radio-host (and later TV presenter) career. He began working at ‘Orchard FM,’ Taunton, Somerset.
And ‘Leicester Sound’ in Leicester, as a radio host and in 1996. Jeremy worked at ‘Invicta FM’ in Kent. From 1997, he presented two shows, ‘Late & Live’ and ‘Jezza’s Jukebox’ on ‘BRMB’ in Birmingham. The show ‘Late & Live’ earned him a ‘Sony Award’ in 2001. In 2000, he hosted ‘Jezza’s Confessions,’ a show with a pattern similar to his earlier show, on the ‘Century FM’ network. From July 2002 to June 2004, Kyle the presenter of ‘Jezza’s Virgin Confessions’ on ‘Virgin Radio.’
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In September 2004, he left ‘Virgin Radio,’ and joined London’s ‘Capital FM’ and hosted ‘Capital Confessions,’ wherein he handled live calls about various relationship issues. This show replaced with another show, ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show,’ which a similar format and aired through 2006. His new show ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’ began in 2007 on Gap Media’s ‘One Network.’ This network included all his previous radio stations, such as Orchard FM, Invicta FM, and BRMB. The format of this show was different from his earlier ones as here he interviewed celebrity guests.
From September 2008, he began presenting Sunday lunchtime sports show, ‘The Jeremy Kyle Sunday Sports Show,’ on ‘Talksport,’ the global audio partner of the ‘Premier League.’ Later, his show canceled to make way for another, Premiership so Kyle left the station. Kyle began presenting ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’ on ‘ITV’ in 2005. This show received criticism from many, including court judges. He also hosted some other shows, such as ‘Kyle’s Academy,’ where experts participated and helped in guiding people toward a better life, and ‘Half-Ton Hospital,’.
Jeremy Kyle Career in Television
In April 2011, he presented the series Military Driving School,’. His ‘ITV’ game show ‘High Stakes,’ in which the contestants had to solve clues to avoid traps. In September 2011, ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’ debuted in the United States and Canada. This show was based on his British talk series and ran for two seasons. Since June 2015, he has presented the daily reality medical show on ITV, ‘Jeremy Kyle’s Emergency Room.’ He also hosted another ITV primetime show, ‘The Kyle Files.’
During the summer of 2016, he was a guest presenter for ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain.’He writes columns for several publications – a column titled ‘Pick Me Up’ for a women’s weekly magazine and another one, ‘Jeremy Kyle Says ……,’ in which he writes replies to the reader’s problems. His first book, ‘I’m Only Being Honest…’ published in 2009 and it deals with his perception about social problems in Britain. Kyle’s other book, ‘You Couldn’t Make it Up’ published in June 2010.
Kyle writes a column for Pick Me Up, a women’s weekly magazine published by IPC. In his column, titled “Jeremy Kyle Says”, Kyle adopts a frank style in responding to readers’ problems that at times resemble the approach he takes on The Jeremy Kyle Show. In 2009, Kyle wrote his first book, I’m Only Being Honest, about Britain’s social problems and his views on how to solve them including recounts of his past and personal life.