Alice Levine Net Worth 2021, Age, Height, Family, Partner, Husband, Children

Alice Levine net worth

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Introduction

Alice Levine is a British radio and television presenter, narrator and comedian.

Early life

NameAlice Levine
Net Worth$1.5 million
ProfessionPresenter, Comedian
Height1.73m
Age35 years
Alice Levine net worth

Alice Esme Levine was born July 8, 1986(age 35 years) in Beeston, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom. Her father is a retired lecturer at the University of Nottingham. Her mother is a caterer and former artist. She attended Alderman White School in Bramcote, where she was head girl.

Levine studied English at the University of Leeds, where she met her future My Dad Wrote a Porno collaborator, Jamie Morton and James Cooper. She was an active part of Leeds Student Television, the university’s TV station.

Career

Levine was voted “Best On-Screen Female” at the National Student Television Awards in 2008. Her first television job was hosting Celebrity Bites for MTV, which later led to other shows including coverage of the EMAs.

Levine hosted Big Brother’s Bit on the Side with Jamie East, from the reality show’s revival in 2011 on Channel 5, until 2013 when they left the show. During this time, she was one of the voices of “Big Brother” herself, which included talking to housemates in the diary room and announcing tasks and news to the housemates. She also has worked on Channel 4’s Pop Up Pop Quiz. In 2012, Levine appeared on Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats.

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On 7 January 2013, Levine joined BBC Radio 1 to present a show with Phil Taggart in the much-coveted John Peel slot. The show was broadcast from 10 pm to midnight on Mondays to Thursdays. She hosted Lovebox coverage for Xbox. The same year, she was a presenter on the Red Bull Soap Box Race on Dave TV. In October 2013 she appeared on Nevermind the Buzzcocks on BBC2 on Noel Fielding’s.

In August 2014, she left her weeknight slot with Taggart to present a solo weekend afternoon show on the station (1 pm–4 pm) taking over from Huw Stephens. In 2014, she hosted the Barclaycard Mercury Music Sessions for Channel 4, as well as coverage of the Mercury Music Prize later that year.

On 16 November 2014, it was announced that Alice Levine, along with several other celebrities and the choirmaster Gareth Malone had reached Number 1 in the UK music chart with their cover version of Avicii’s “Wake Me Up” in aid of the charity Children In Need.

She is one of the three co-creators of the podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno. In 2016, Levine presented on the red carpet for the British Independent Film Awards with Geoff Lloyd.

In February 2017, as well as in 2018 and 2019, Levine presented backstage at the BRIT Awards for ITV2. She was also the red carpet and backstage host for the BAFTA Craft Awards, followed by the BAFTA TV Awards in May of the same year. Levine presented Levine on Love, a series on BBC iPlayer in which she explored the world of modern romance. She also appeared in the fifth series of Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled for Dave.

In 2018, Levine was one of five contestants in the sixth series of the comedy game show Taskmaster on Dave. She appeared in series 7 of Room 101 on BBC2. Levine also co-hosted a series of Channel 4’s reality show, The Circle, with Maya Jama. However, they were replaced in the second series by Emma Willis.

In 2019, Levine visited Tallinn in Travel Man for Channel 4, as well as presenting Sleeping with the Far Right, also for Channel 4. Levine has hosted the Women in Music Awards for five years running to 2019.

In addition to her broadcast work, Levine co-founded a food and lifestyle brand, Jackson & Levine, with business partner Laura Jackson. As a pair, they are the food columnists for Marie Claire, take part in the monthly column, the Food Club with Jackson for Company magazine, and have published a book.

Levine has designed three blouses for Finery and designed two ranges for Habitat under Jackson & Levine; the first range was a linen collection followed by a ceramics range which sold out within three hours.

On 15 July 2020, Levine announced that she was leaving Radio 1 after nine years at the station. She revealed the news via an Instagram post. Her last show was on 9 August 2020 after a series of three farewell shows.

In August 2020, it was announced that Levine would become curator of a BBC Radio 4 programme The Museum of Curiosity and co-host alongside John Lloyd, its chief host. Series 15 of the show was aired in September/October 2020.

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In 2008, Levine won the National Student Television Award for “Best On-Screen Female”.

As the co-creator and presenter of My Dad Wrote a Porno, Levine has been the recipient of numerous awards and nominations. The series received nominations at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards, Lovie Awards and British Podcast Awards, as well as winning a Webby Award in 2019.

Husband

Alice Levine is married to her longtime boyfriend Edward Ibbotson, they had their wedding in 2014. Her husband Edward Ibbotson is a guitarist and vocalist from London. Before starting his career in a rock band, Edward was a professional cook. He used to be the main chef at The Convenience, a restaurant with a summer roof terrace, located on Chatsworth Road in London.

Alice Levine net worth

What is Alice Levine net worth? Alice Levine’s net worth is estimated at around $1.5 million. Her salary is $5000 and her main source of income is from her media career. However, in February 2021, Channel 4 announced a new series called Sex Odyssey, which would be presented by Levine. Among the producers was the award-winning documentary maker Louis Theroux. Later retitled Sex Actually with Alice Levine, it began airing on 22 September 2021.