Dan Wootton Biography
Dan Wootton is a New Zealand-born journalist and broadcaster. In 2007, he joined the News of the World. Later in 2013, he joined The Sun on Sunday and became editor of the Bizarre column the following year. He became an associate editor of The Sun and in March 2018 was promoted to executive editor.
He has made appearances as a show business presenter on the ITV Breakfast shows Lorraine and Daybreak. Since 2015 he has also been a regular contributor and panelist on Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.
Dan Wootton Age
Daniel Wootton was born in Lower Hutt, New Zealand on 2 March 1983. He is 36 years as of 2019.
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He has managed to keep his life off the limelight. There is no information about his family but it will be updated as soon as it’s clear.
Wootton grew up in Lower Hutt, a city in the Wellington region of New Zealand and attended Naenae College and Victoria University, where he obtained a media studies and political science degree.
Dan Wootton Partner
He is openly gay and is openly supportive of Gay marriage. He shows his happiness on Twitter, stating, “Amazing News from my homeland. Gay marriage is now officially legal in New Zealand!”. He even shares on Twitter that he wouldn’t allow his partner to go on Strictly as he thinks it ends the relationship. Information about who he has dated and his current partner is still under review. Once this information is clear it will be updated.
Dan Wootton Height
His body measurements; his height, weight, and biceps are still under review but will be updated as soon as they are clear.
Dan Wootton Net Worth
With his day job at the Sun and his TV stints at ITV, Wootton must be pulling in a fairly good wage. Currently, there is no clear information about his estimated net worth, but will be updated as soon as it’s clear.
Dan Wootton Career
He started his career as a journalist in his native New Zealand, writing an entertainment column for the Wellington-based broadsheet newspaper The Dominion Post and was also a reporter for the daily television show Good Morning. He came to the United Kingdom when he was 21, and after a spell working for trade magazines, he found a job with Broadcast magazine.
Wootton joined the News of the World TV team in February 2007, becoming TV editor in November 2007, and show-business editor in November 2008 until its closure in July 2011, when he then became a columnist and feature writer for the Daily Mail and editor-at-large for Now magazine. In 2013, Wootton joined The Sun newspaper launching a new column on Sundays. He was made the editor of the newspaper’s Bizarre column in 2014 and promoted to associate editor (showbiz and TV) in 2016. He was named ‘Showbiz reporter of the year’ at 2010, 2013 and 2018 British Press Awards.
Wootton also makes appearances as a show business presenter on ITV’s morning show Lorraine and has been a guest on BBC Radio 5 Live.
He also hosts a weekly talk radio show called Dan’s Dilemmas.