Who is Sue Perkins and how much money does she have?
SUE Perkins is a well-known comedian and television host best known for co-hosting The Great British Bake Off with Mel Giedroyc.
What do we know about Sue Perkins, the Croydon-born host who made a comeback to television?
Sue Perkins, 52, attended Cambridge University and majored in English.
Mel and Sue met here and went on to tour with Footlights, a drama club.
The pair went on to write for Radio 4’s Weekending and write sketches for French andamp; Saunders before hosting Channel 4’s daytime shows Light Lunch and Late Lunch between 1997 and 1998.
Sue and Mel Giedroyc hosted Mel and Sue, a less successful chat show on ITV for seven months in 2015.
They also co-starred in a sitcom about two best friends who are inept killers.
Hitmen is a six-part Sky One series that is now available on NOW TV.
Sue has a passion for conducting and has led orchestras on numerous occasions after competing on the reality TV show Maestro in 2008.
She also appears on BBC radio shows on a regular basis and served as a judge for the 2009 Man Booker Prize.
Spectacles, her memoir, was released in 2015.
Sue was married to Anna Richardson, a fellow TV presenter who has hosted Naked Attraction and Changing Rooms, for eight years before they split in June 2021.
Sue is thought to be single right now, and her ex-boyfriends say they’re trying to stay friends.
Sue has long been a fixture on British television, and her numerous appearances have helped her amass a sizable fortune.
Sue has admitted that she earns money by “blabbering on random shows” that the BBC throws her way.
But it appears to have paid off, as the 51-year-old is thought to have a net worth of around 4 million pounds.
Sue appeared in a slew of reality TV shows and documentaries between her 1990s success and her Bake Off comeback.
She participated in Celebrity Big Brother for charity in 2002, and on BBC reality show Maestro in 2008, she learned how to conduct.
The 5ft 7in comedian has also teamed up with Giles Coren to co-present an ongoing historical food documentary series called The Supersizers, and they’ve collaborated on other documentaries.
She and Jamie East co-hosted Thronecast, a Sky Atlantic TV chat show for fans of the HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones.
Sue stars in a two-part documentary about life in Trump’s America along the US-Mexico border.
She also made it to the season’s semi-finals of The Masked Singer, where she was revealed to be the Dragon costume underneath.
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