Jeremy Kyle net worth: $5 Million
How rich is Jeremy Kyle? Various Online Sources estimate Jeremy Kyle net worth is around $5 million. This wealth is mostly earned through success in radio and television work.
Jeremy Kyle net worth is around £3.85 million.
Jeremy Kyle is a British broadcaster and writer. Jeremy Kyle is best known for being the host of “The Jeremy Kyle Show”, a controversial tabloid-style talk show he presented from 2005 to 2019.
It was one of ITV´s biggest shows. At one point, the show attracted 34% of viewers who were watching TV during the time slot it was broadcast.
For two years, Jeremy Kyle also presented a US version of his show. Kyle has written two books and presented a show on talkRADIO.
Kyle been active in the industry since 1996 and has worked with various networks. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Jeremy Kyle Net Worth 2023:
Jeremy Kyle net worth is around $5 million in 2023. Jeremy Kyle is a television and radio show host, best known for being the host of the controversial talk show “The Jeremy Kyle Show” which aired on ITV. He also hosted a US version of his show and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
Jeremy Kyle Biography:
|Born||7 July 1965 (age 57)|
Reading, Berkshire, England
|Education||Reading Blue Coat School,University of Surrey|
|Television||The Jeremy Kyle Show,High Stakes,Jeremy Kyle’s Emergency Room,The Jeremy Kyle Show USA,The Kyle Files|
|Spouses||Kirsty Rowley(m. 1989; div. 1991)Carla Germaine(m. 2003; div. 2016)Vicky Burton (m. 2021)|
Jeremy Kyle was born on 7 July 1965, in Reading, Berkshire, England.Jeremy attended the all-boys independent Reading Blue Coat School. After matriculating, he enrolled at the University of Surrey where he studied History and Sociology.
Jeremy Kyle Career:
In 1986, Kyle started working various jobs including radio advertising sales, life insurance sales, and recruitment consulting. Jeremy worked these jobs for a decade, and then became a radio presenter.
Jeremy stayed briefly with Orchard FM and Leicester Sound before signing with Kent’s Invicta FM in 1996, then in 1997 he joined BRMB and presented several shows.
In 2000, Jeremy went to work at the Century FM network and took his show from BRMB called “Jezza’s Jukebox” and turned it to “Jezza’s Confessions”.
Jeremy Kyle won a Sony Award for the show “Late & Live”, and would then broadcast for Virgin Radio from 2002, with his show called “Jezza’s Virgin Confessions”.
Kyle stayed with Virgin Radio for two years before moving the show now called “Capital Confessions” to Capital FM. It would run for a year before he started “The Jeremy Kyle Show”.
Jeremy then moved his show to ITV, and it soon became one of the most popular as well as controversial shows on the network.
In 2007 Jeremy Kyle started the series “Kyle’s Academy” which aims to help people have a more fulfilling life; the radio version of “The Jeremy Kyle Show” also started airing on Gcap Media’s One Network, with a different format in that he interviewed famous people.
Jeremy Kyle was also part of the ITV program “The Fattest Man in Britain”. In 2011 Kyle started “Military Driving School” – a documentary series – and would then become a host of the game show “High Stakes”.
A few of Kyle’s old projects include “The Kyle Files”, and “Jeremy Kyle’s Emergency Room”. Since 2016, Jeremy Kyle became a guest presenter on the breakfast program called “Good Morning Britain”.
Aside from his radio and television work, Kyle writes a column for the magazine “Pick Me Up”. Jeremy Kyle also wrote his first book called “I’m Only Being Honest”, which includes some stories about his life.
Jeremy Kyle Wife:
Jeremy was married to Kirsty Rowley from 1989-91, and with whom he has a daughter. Jeremy Kyle then married Carla Germaine (2003-16) with whom he has a son and two daughters.
Jeremy Kyle Interesting Facts:
Jeremy Kyle suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. In 2012, Jeremy Kyle was diagnosed with testicular cancer and underwent chemotherapy, after surgery to remove the affected testicle. Jeremy soon returned to hosting after recovering from the illness.