Tim Willcox

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Tim Willcox was born on 28 May, 1963 in Wellington, United Kingdom, is a Journalist. Discover Tim Willcox’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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OccupationJournalist
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born28 May 1963
Birthday28 May
BirthplaceWellington, United Kingdom
NationalityBritish

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Tim Willcox Net Worth

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Timeline of Tim Willcox

2015

At a unity rally on 11 January 2015 after 17 people were killed in terrorist attacks in Paris, many of them Jews, Willcox, while interviewing a Jewish woman who was explaining that Jews live in fear in France, interrupted her saying that “Many, many, many, many critics though, of Israel’s policy would suggest that the Palestinians suffer hugely at Jewish hands as well”. This question was criticised by many including historian and BBC presenter Simon Schama, Jewish Chronicle editor Stephen Pollard and the Campaign Against Antisemitism as antisemitic for assigning collective responsibility of Israel’s actions to all Jews. The woman was later identified as the daughter of Holocaust survivors. Willcox apologised the next day on Twitter, saying his question had been “poorly phrased”.

2014

On 8 November 2014, Willcox stated that the Labour Party would lose funding from Jewish sources because “a lot of these prominent Jewish faces will be very much against the mansion tax”. The tax refers to a Labour proposal for an additional tax on properties worth $3.5 million or more.

2012

Willcox was married to Sarah, and the couple had three children together. In November 2012, it was widely reported that Willcox was having an affair with BBC colleague Sophie Long.

2011

In March 2011, Willcox played a significant role in reporting the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, reporting live for the BBC from the disaster zone and then just a few weeks later reporting from Libya on the 2011 Libyan civil war.

2010

In September 2010, Willcox travelled to Chile to report for BBC News on the attempts to rescue the miners trapped underground after the Copiapó mining accident. In October 2010 he did extensive live coverage of the operation to bring the trapped miners back to the surface, and interviewed Chilean President Sebastián Piñera. He is to play himself in a film about the Copiapó mining accident and began filming in February 2014.

1990

As a broadcast journalist, Willcox worked for ITN News for many years as a presenter and correspondent. He was the network’s Arts and Media Correspondent, and after joining the news team presented the networks live reports from New York City during the 11 September terrorist attacks. Willcox also presented the ITN Morning News in the 1990s, and was the first ITN journalist to break the news of the Paris car crash in 1997 that led to the Death of Diana, Princess of Wales.

1963

Timothy Melton Willcox (born 28 May 1963 in Wellington, Somerset) is a British journalist for BBC News. He generally presents news programmes on BBC World News. He is usually a relief presenter and he is probably most recognisable for presenting the BBC’s live coverage from Chile during events surrounding the Copiapó mining accident and anchoring the BBC’s live daytime coverage during the early days of the Cairo January 2011 Egyptian revolution.