Sara Cox biography

Sara Cox, a reputed radio name is a British broadcaster, most prominently recognized for serving as the presenter of the BBC Radio 1’s “The Radio 1 Breakfast Show” from 2000 to 2003. Currently, she hosts the BBC Radio 2’s “Sounds of the 80s” at 10 pm each Saturday night.

Sara Cox’s full birth name is Sarah Joanne Cox, however she is also known with the name, Sarah Joanne Cyzer nee Coz at present. 13th December, 1974 born Sara is the smallest of 5 children of her English parents. Along with her siblings, she grew up playing in her birth land of Bolton, a beautiful town lying in the lap of Greater Manchester, North West of England, UK. Until she reached her 16, she earned her education attending the Smithills High School & later went to the Canon Slade School. She later left the Canon after the completion of her A- levels in order to chase a modeling career.

With a close glance over the personal life biography of Sara Cox, she is revealed to be married twice. She was wedded to her 1st husband, Jon Carter, from 6th October, 2001 until their divorce in 2005 December. Jon is a professional DJ & the duo is parents to their only child together, a baby girl named Lola Anne Carter, who was born at the North London based Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth on 13th of June, 2004. Following her announcement for the expectation of 2nd baby on September 16, 2007, Sara gave birth to a son named Isaac Carter on 10th of March, 2008, with her sweetheart Ben Cyzer. Though the couple walked down the aisle on 23rd June, 2013, they also share a beautiful baby girl named Renee Cyzer. Nonetheless, Rene is the 3rd child of Sara, she is actually the couple’s 2nd baby together, & she was born on 12th of March, 2010.

At the age of 22, Sara Cox earned her very first V show, appearing as the presenter of the Channel 4’s “The Girlie Show”. Afterwards, she had shifts on “Exclusive”, the entertainment show on Channel 5 & “Born Sloppy”, the music program on Channel 4. A year later, she served as the presenter for the United Kingdom nosh of MTV, appearing as the host of a late night musical program, “MTV Hot”. Ever since, this enthusiastic lady has worked with all 3 of BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2 & BBC. Some of her best noted radio programs include the BBC Radio 2 shows such as “Hot Gossip”, “The Chris Evans Breakfast Show” & the cover for celebs like Vanessa Feltz, Alex Lester & Janice Long, among others. She is as well celebrated for her wonderful contribution to the BBC Radio 1 programs, such as “Sunday Surgery”; however her last show for this network was on 17th of February, 2014.

It was the year 1998 when he young lass won her original role in the movie “The Bitterest Pill”. She has also worked as a presenter for different shows on television, including her 2007 appearance on the Channel 4’s “The Album Chart”. She has made her guest appearance on “Angela and Friends” on Sky 1 in 2009 November & was seen as a captain of the team on the Watch’s “What Do Kids Know?” alongside Joe Swash & Rufus Hound in 2010. On 21st of October, 2014, Sara guest hosted a single episode of the BBC Two TV reality program “The Great British Sewing Bee”. Recently, in 2015 April, it was confirmed that she will be coming out as the presenter of an innovative series “The Great British Pottery Thrown Down” on BBC Two. For her tremendous contributions to broadcasting, Sara was decorated with the University of Bolton’s Honorary Doctorate in 2006 November. Off her professional stuffs, this generous persona is active in numerous charitable activities. She has provided her helping hands for the charities such as PDSA, Glorious Goodwood’ Great Ormond Street & the UK based charity Centrepoint, to name a few. In order to collect further information concerning the proficient TV cum radio presenter & DJ, log on wiki additional to her diverse of official websites provided over the internet.

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