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Ulrika Jonsson (Eva Jonsson) was born on 16 August, 1967 in Sollentuna Municipality, Sweden, is an Actress, television presenter, journalist, novelist. Discover Ulrika Jonsson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Popular As||Eva Jonsson|
|Occupation||Actress, television presenter, journalist, novelist|
|Age||53 years old|
|Born||16 August 1967|
|Birthplace||Sollentuna Municipality, Sweden|
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Ulrika Jonsson Height, Weight & Measurements
At 53 years old, Ulrika Jonsson height is 1.7 m .
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Who Is Ulrika Jonsson’s Husband?
Her husband is Brian Monet (m. 2008), Lance Gerrard-Wright (m. 2003–2006), John Turnbull (m. 1990–1995)
|Husband||Brian Monet (m. 2008), Lance Gerrard-Wright (m. 2003–2006), John Turnbull (m. 1990–1995)|
|Children||Martha Sky Hope Gerrard-Wright, Cameron Oskar George Turnbull, Bo Eva Coeur Jonsson, Malcolm Monet|
Ulrika Jonsson Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Ulrika Jonsson worth at the age of 53 years old? Ulrika Jonsson’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from . We have estimated Ulrika Jonsson’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Actress|
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Timeline of Ulrika Jonsson
In 2019, she went on the dating show First Dates Hotel and began dating her match on the show, Paul.
In 2017, she reached the final of Celebrity MasterChef.
Her debut novel, The Importance of Being Myrtle, which focuses on relationships was published by the Penguin Group on 1 September 2011.
Jonsson once again entered the Big Brother house on 24 August 2010 for Ultimate Big Brother, reaching the final and finishing seventh.
In April 2009, it was confirmed that Jonsson would return to Shooting Stars as team captain for a full series airing later that year. She presented the new series of BingoLotto, on Virgin 1 every Sunday night at 7 pm which started on 13 September 2009.
In January 2009, Jonsson took part in Channel 4’s Celebrity Big Brother. She eventually won with 57% of the final vote during the final on 23 January. As results were announced to the contestants, Jonsson said “Oh my god, that’s bonkers.”
Jonsson married her third husband, American advertising executive Brian Monet, in March 2008. They have one son (b.2008). In April 2019, it was announced that they had divorced. She told Best magazine that they had tried to salvage their relationship with counselling but failed.
After intense media attention relating to events in her personal life, Jonsson decided to return to Sweden. The Swedish television network TV3 offered her the role as hostess of the Miss Sweden beauty pageant. She accepted the invitation. In March 2003, Jonsson was a contestant on the BBC’s Comic Relief Does Fame Academy. In 2005, she appeared with four other celebrities on Channel 4’s daytime show Come Dine with Me. On 20 January 2007, she joined 10 other celebrities to take part in the ITV reality TV show Dancing on Ice, where she was partnered with Pavel Aubrecht. With previous skating experience in her native Sweden, Jonsson was expected to go far in the event but finished 9th after being beaten in the skate-off by Kay Burley during week 3.
On 20 March 2007, she appeared in the confessional TV show, Ulrika: Am I a Sex Addict?, broadcast on Channel 4. The show charted Jonsson’s personal journey to uncover the truth about sex addiction. She has appeared on BBC One’s Would I Lie To You? (2007). In March 2009, she appeared in the new ITV series Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, each episode of which included a celebrity figure and a one-to-one interview with Morgan about their lives.
In 2002, Jonsson presented the first series of ITV makeover show Home on Their Own, a show where children made alterations to their house (how they wanted the house to be) during the course of a weekend, while their parents went on holiday. Some of the home improvements included an Austin Powers room, individual doorbells for the children and a cinema living room. Johnsson did not return for the second series, which was hosted by Tess Daly the following year.
In 2002, she was the subject of a Channel 4 documentary, Ulrika Jonsson: the Truth About Men. The programme featured a candid interview with Jonsson, received heavy press attention and attracted 2.8 million viewers.
Jonsson wrote in her 2002 autobiography that an unnamed television presenter had raped her earlier in her television career. Matthew Wright named (apparently accidentally) John Leslie as the alleged perpetrator on his television show The Wright Stuff. Jonsson made no public comment on Leslie’s naming and did not cooperate with police over the matter. Police investigated Leslie but never charged him with the alleged offence. Leslie’s career never recovered from the rape allegation.
In April 2002, Jonsson confirmed reports that she had had an affair with Sven-Göran Eriksson, then manager of England’s football team, who had a long-time girlfriend. She stated that her relationship with Eriksson had recently ended. Partly as a result of her involvement with Eriksson, she was given the job as a columnist for the News of the World newspaper in 2003, in which she regularly commented on Eriksson’s personal life. Her column was dropped in 2007, a year after Eriksson resigned as England manager. It was announced in 2011 that she had taken legal proceedings against the newspaper over allegations that an investigator had hacked into her mobile phone.
While presenting Mr. Right in 2002, Jonsson met Lance Gerrard-Wright, a contestant on the show. They subsequently began a relationship. They wed in August 2003. They have one daughter (b.2004). They separated in October 2005.
She presented Eurovision Song Contest in 1998 when it was hosted in Birmingham, alongside Sir Terry Wogan; later that year she co-hosted the Royal Variety Performance alongside Ronan Keating at the Lyceum Theatre in London. Following this, she co-hosted Miss World 1999 with Melanie Sykes at the Olympia Hall in London. Jonsson was booked to host Channel 5’s reality game show Jailbreak in Autumn 2000 but had to pull out of the project due to health concerns over her newborn child. She was replaced as main host by Craig Charles. Jonsson later presented BBC One game show Dog Eat Dog, broadcast from April 2001 to November 2002, and The Joy of Text in June 2001 alongside Terry Alderton.
Jonsson subsequently dated footballer Stan Collymore. In June 1998, during the 1998 World Cup, Collymore issued a public apology after he was violent towards Jonsson during an argument in a Paris bar. Soon after the end of her relationship with Collymore, she began dating German hotel manager Marcus Kempen. They have one daughter (b.2000). Jonsson’s relationship with Kempen ended soon after the birth.
In 1997, she interviewed the then British Prime Minister John Major for the BBC 2 programme, The Enormous Election. In 1998, she interviewed the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, for her programme Ulrika in Euroland.
She married cameraman John Turnbull in 1990. They have one son (b.1994). They divorced in 1995.
After working as a secretary, Jonsson began her television career on TV-am in 1989, as a weather presenter on Good Morning, Britain. From 12 September 1989, she was also the weather presenter for Swedish TV3, broadcasting from London. In 1991, she co-presented the short-lived daytime quiz show Who’s Bluffing Who?, and starred in the French film, The Annunciation of Marie (1991). In 1992, she moved into mainstream presenting and played host to numerous shows including Gladiators, The National Lottery Draws – plus two major international broadcasts in 1998 and 1999, the Eurovision Song Contest and Miss World respectively. She also modelled for Playtex Lingerie during this period and was a team captain on the BBC TV quiz show Shooting Stars.
Eva Ulrika Jonsson (born 16 August 1967) is a United Kingdom-based Swedish television presenter and model. She became known as a TV-am weather presenter, moved on to present the ITV show Gladiators, and as a team captain of the BBC Two show Shooting Stars.