Craig Doyle Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Parents, BT Sport, Education, Salary, Net Worth
Craig Doyle Biography
Craig Doyle is an Irish journalist working for BBC, ITV, and BT Sports as a sports presenter. He is also the host of Tonight with Craig Doyle on RTÉ One and Craig Doyle Live on RTÉ Two. At BT Sport, Doyle is the main anchor of the network’s premiership and the European Champions Cup rugby coverage.
Craig Doyle Age
Craig is 50 years old as of 2020. He was born on 17 December 1970 in Dublin, Ireland. His birth sign is Sagittarius.
- Date of Birth; 17 December 1970
- Age: 50 years old
- Birth sign: Sagittarius
Craig Doyle Height, Weight
Doyle stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches and weighs approximately 75 kg.
- Height: 5 feet 11 inches
- Weight: 75 kg
Craig Doyle Family, Parents and Siblings
Doyle was born to his parents Eithne and Sean Doyle in Dublin. He was raised alongside his sibling Keith Doyle.
Craig Doyle Wife and Children
Craig is married to his wife Doon Doyle. The two dated for a long time before getting married on 7 January 2002. Doon and Craig are parents to their four children namely Quinn, Muireann, Milo, and Elsa.
Craig Doyle Education
Doyle graduated from St Patrick’s College Maynooth where he studied sociology and history. He later graduated from London College of Printing with a diploma in broadcast journalism.
Craig Doyle BT Sport
Doyle joined BT Sport in January 2012 as a broadcaster and producer. He is now the main anchor of the network’s premiership and the European Champions Cup rugby coverage. He also presents the coverage of MotoGP since mid-2015 and covers the Rugby Union since mid-2013.
Craig Doyle Wikipedia
Doyle started on local radio with BBC Radio Suffolk in Ipswich after graduating, before moving on to ITV in 1994 to host the children’s show Disney Club, after being headhunted after a chance meeting with a producer from the show during a visit to Alton Towers.
After relocating to London, he hosted Tomorrow’s World, Fasten Your Seatbelt, and Innovation Nation, as well as serving as the anchor of BBC One’s Holiday for six years. Every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., he hosted a live music show on London’s Capital Radio.
Doyle has been a significant member of the BBC Sport team since 2004, anchoring international rugby and triathlon, notably the Six Nations Championship. He is a London Irish supporter. He founded his own production company, Boxer, in 2004. The Craig Doyle Show, an Irish travel/celebrity program broadcast on RTÉ, was the company’s first production, and Doyle produced and hosted Ireland’s Richest.
Craig joined ITV Sport in February 2008, replacing Jim Rosenthal as host of the UEFA Champions League highlights on ITV1 after being released early from his BBC contract. He also hosts the Isle of Man TT coverage on ITV4. At the end of 2008, he left Capital Radio.
Doyle went back to Irish TV in April 2010 and was assigned the hist of Tonight with Craig Doyle on RTÉ One. He also hosted the satirical program The Panel until 2011.
Craig Doyle Salary and Net Worth
Doyle earns a salary of $300 k annually. He has an estimated net worth of $500 k as of 2021.