Amanda Davies is a well-known figure in the television industry. She is popular for her work as a journalist, anchor, and reporter in CNN, BBC. Amanda's extensive career has garnered her a total net worth of $1 million.
Amanda Davies Bio
Amanda Davies was born on 24 March 1980 which means that her present age is thirty-seven. She was born in Manchester, England. So, her nationality is British and her ethnicity is white. Daughter of sports journalist and sports administrator David Davies, Amanda was initially educated at Haberdashers’ Aske’s School from the age of five to nine.
She graduated from St Edmund Hall, Oxford in Geography in 2001 where she won the Philip Geddes Memorial Prize for journalism. This shows that she was bright in her studies. She is very pretty looking with an attractive personality, but her height is not disclosed.
Amanda Davies Married
Amanda Davies is happily married to her husband Sam Davies. Though Amanda keeps her life really low key and has not revealed details on her wedding it is known that she has a daughter named Molly with Sam.
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The birth of Molly has got to be one memorable one in the BBC office. Amanda's water broke nine weeks earlier than the due date which she was on-air in BBC studio. It was a hectic situation as Amanda had to be rushed to the hospital. She luckily gave birth to a healthy baby girl, through it all was her husband Sam and her family beside her.
Amanda Davies posts her first hug with Molly on 8 November 2013 (Photo: Amanda Davie's Twitter)
Amanda couldn't feed Molly her breast milk for a long time and got donated breast milk for her daughter Molly which she now encourages women to do if they aren't being able to lactate. She is living a joyous life with her husband and daughter.
Amanda Davies Career
Amanda is working as a sports presenter at CNN International. She joined CNN on 2012. She works as the main Sports Anchor and hosts daily sports news show as well as the monthly F1 show.
Different sports events like Olympics in London 2012, Sochi 2014, Rio 2016, 2014 Football World Cup, and 2016 European Championship in France were covered by her. Besides these events, she has also covered the Lance Armstrong drugs scandal, the death of Reeva Steenkamp, the Russian doping crisis and the FIFA scandal which took her career to a great height.
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Before CNN, she used to work in BBC where she ran the shows like Your News. Her career actually started with Sky Sports in 2001. The career growth that she enjoys today has not been an overnight process. She has worked as an assistant producer, assistant news editor, presenter and on the road producer in her journey. Amanda earns a total salary of $261k from her work as a journalist and reporter.