Joanne Malin is a British Radio and television presenter. She was trained to be a dancer, and her first professional show was Jack and Beanstalk with Russ Abbot at the Birmingham Hippodrome, performing as Little Miss Muffet on the chorus. Malin switched her career at 25 by taking a National Council for the Training of Broadcasting Journalism course, where she graduated with distinction and won the prize for Best Documentary. She started working for local radio, then switched from radio to television despite having no experience. During her time on television as a news reader, she presented coverage of the death of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales. She has won awards such as the Best Screen Personality award, Harold Wincott Award, and Best Female Personality in different years.
Early Life Of Joanne Malin
Joanne Malin was born on 22 March 1967 in the Moseley area of Birmingham. Initially, she was interested in being a dancer. Malin received training at the Italia Conti Academy in London. Also she worked at local theatres.
Malin played the role of Little Miss Muffet at Birmingham Hippodrome in Jack and the Beanstalk, her first professional show. She was on a professional tour of 42nd Street. She was also in a nine-month contract dancing on the QE2.
Joanne Malin's Career
As soon as she switched her career, Joanne Malin joined National Council for the Training of Broadcasting Journalists course at Portsmouth. She completed graduation with distinction and received a prize for Best Documentary.
Malin joined the news departments in the local radio stations before working on breakfast news bulletins for Virgin Radio. Without prior experience, she gained the opportunity to work on TV. Starting from L!IVE TV in London as a newsreader and a stand-in presenter, she's best known for covering the death of Princess Diana in 1997. Shefali Oza joined Midlands Today, co-starring Malin.
The next year, Malin became part of Central Television. She became the anchorwoman for the West Midlands edition of Central News. She revealed her decision to leave ITV Central on 10 October 2008. During an interview on BBC WM, she announced that she'd soon join the BBC network with a two years contract.
In February 2009, Joanne joined BBC WM and contributed to Midlands Today and the Inside Out. In 2010, many BBC WM fans defamed Malin and called her 'the most useless radio presenter on air.'
It was announced that she would leave the station in September 2012, but she still worked in the BBC Midlands Today output.
Joanne Malin's Awards And Honors
Joanne Malin was awarded the Royal TV Society Midlands Centre's Best On Screen Personality award in October 2006 for her contribution to Central Tonight.
Malin won the same award in 2003 and grabbed the Harold Wincott Award for several business reports on Central News at Six. Moreover, she also received the RTS Midlands' Best Female Personality award in 2008.
Joanne Malin's Net Worth
TV personalities like Joanne Malin have an attractive careers. Her estimated net worth is around $1.5 million, as per Wikilogy. But details about her salary and personal life are kept secret.
She has not revealed details about her assets, including her house and cars.
Joanne Malin's Personal Life
Talking about her personal life, Joanne Malin has not shared much of it. She has kept her personal life to herself and hasn't shared much in the media.
But it is now a known fact that she is a married woman. She repeatedly talks about her husband and her married life via Twitter.
Have a look at her Twitter post below:
Here's another post of her husband and her father:
There is no information about her children as well as her divorce.
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