Adam Boulton is a name famous in the field of journalism. He has spent a larger number of hours on TV covering breaking stories than any other British TV journalist.
Early Life & Education:
The Editor-at-large of Sky News Adam Boulton is the current presenter of “All Out Politics”. He grew up in Reading, Berkshire to his father, a doctor. He belongs to white ethnicity and holds an English nationality.
The 58-years-old Boulton studied at Tower House School, and also attended St Andrew’s School, Pangbourne, and at Westminster School, for boys in Westminster in Central London, where he studied A-levels in Mathematics, English, Physics, and Chemistry. He received degrees in International Relations and English from Christ Church, Oxford, and Johns Hopkins University.
In 2013 Adam gained an Honorary Doctorate of Business from Plymouth University.
Boulton started working as a journalist in the parliamentary lobby. After that, he was the political editor for TV-am. He hosts 'All Out Politics', weekdays from 10 am to 11 am, interviewing huge political hitters and asking the questions for which the general population are seeking answers.
He has been at Sky News since the start. He has spent a larger number of hours on TV covering breaking stories than any other British TV journalist. He has broadcasted live from each continent except Antarctica, introducing specials from around the globe.
Boulton hosted Sky News' historic broadcast discuss between the three party pioneers before the 2010 General Election. He also covered the first 100 days of Barack Obama's Presidency announcing of the US and picked up a UK elite broadcast interview during the President's historic visit to Ghana.
As Sky News' Political Editor, Boulton also interviewed British Prime Minister from David Cameron back to Sir Alec Douglas-Home, and global stars extending from Jane Fonda and Jordan to Al Gore and Lech Walesa. His interview of George W. got included in the film "Taking Liberties".
Adam is a winner of the Royal Television Society's supreme Judges' Award and was elected as 2007 Chairman of the Parliamentary Lobby. His previous Sunday program was voted "Current Affairs Show Of The Year." Boulton is a frequent supporter of daily papers and magazines, including The Times, Guardian, Sunday Times, Spectator, Sunday Express, Sunday Mirror, New Statesman, and Independent.
Adam Boulton has also been a visitor on programs like Celebrity Mastermind, Newsnight, Have I Got News For You, and Bremner, Bird, and Fortune. He has also distributed books, 'Tony's 10 years: Memories of the Blair Administration' describing the key snapshots of Tony Blair's prevalence and 'Hung Together' about the days after the 2010 General Election.
Adam is married twice in his life. He first married Kerena Ann Boulton in 1985. They have two daughters together. They were happily married for 17-years until they decided to get a divorce in 2002. After his divorce with Kerena, Boulton married Anji Hunter on July 22, 2006, at St James’s Church, Piccadilly. The couple has no any children together yet, but both have children from their earlier marriages.
Adam a name famous in the field of journalism has an estimated net worth of millions of dollars. He earned a good amount of money through his hard work in television career and journalism.