• Anna Woolhouse is a broadcast journalist, best known for her work in the company Sky Sports as the lead presenter of their Netball broadcasts.
• Her net worth is estimated to be over $300,000.
• Anna attended Stamford High School in Lincolnshire, England and went on to pursue a degree in music at the University of Leeds.
• She has worked on Sky Sports News, Sky Sports F1, and BBC Radio Cambridge.
• Anna enjoys fitness and promotes a healthy lifestyle. She is active on social media and loves quinoa.


Who is Anna Woolhouse?

Anna Woolhosue was born in 1984, in Market Deeping, Lincolnshire England, and is a broadcast journalist, best known for her work in the company Sky Sports as the lead presenter of their Netball broadcasts. She has covered numerous high profile games of netball, and other sports as well.

The Net Worth of Anna Woolhouse

How rich is Anna Woolhouse? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $300,000, earned through a successful career in broadcasting and hosting. She’s travelled all over England for her work, and it has led her to numerous opportunities. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life and Education

Very little is known about Anna’s family and childhood as she hasn’t shared much information. It is known that she attended Stamford High School located in Lincolnshire, an Independent School for girls situated at the High Street on St. Martin’s. After matriculating from high school, she then enrolled at the University of Leeds where she didn’t initially intend to pursue a career in broadcasting, deciding to study for a degree in music.

Anna Woolhouse

The university is a public research university established in 1874 and is ranked somewhere in between 10th to 14th nationally while ranked 31st in Europe and 93rd in the world. They have over 33,000 students making it the fifth largest university in the UK out of 167. They have consistently been ranked top five in the number of applications received. Some of the alumni of the school include Piers Sellers, Jack Straw, and Sayeeda Warsi. After completing her degree, she decided to take things further and complete a postgraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Sky Sports

Shortly after completing her education, Woolhouse forayed unto television, and began working with Sky Sports. The company is known for its group of subscription television sports channels which is operated by the company Sky, the dominant brand of its type in the UK, and one of the major factors in increasing the commercialization of British sports. During her early years with the company, she hosted a weekly show focused on Ice Hockey, travelling around the country to fulfill the role and completing two seasons of the sport.

Afterwards, she began working with “Sky Sports News” (SSN) which is a paid sports news channel, usually focus on football (soccer) but also covering other sports. She was often seen presenting from the studio, introducing short clips or reading the news. Some of the sports news she covered include the British Basketball League (BBL), which is the highest level of professional basketball play in the country, consisting of 12 teams from England and Scotland. She also covered Rugby League, a full contact sport played by two teams of 13 players each.

Recent Projects

After her work with “Sky Sports News”, she then began working with the Sky Sports F1 channel, in which she handled her own show called “Midweek Report”. The show mainly focuses on coverage of Formula One car racing, with the channel having rights for broadcasting in the country up to the 2024 season. They showcase highlights, qualifying sessions, and high profile races. In 2014, she was promoted to become the lead netball presenter for Sky Sports, a game played by two teams of seven players, derived from the early versions of basketball.

Games are played on a rectangular court with raised goal rings on each end. Each team attempts to score goals by passing it down the court and shooting it through the ring. Games are often 60 minutes long with the winner being the team that scores the most points. As a part of her work, she covered international games, and enjoyed the position thanks to all the action. She also did other projects like interviewing boxing personalities including Carl Froch and Darren Barker. Her work has also extended to the radio, as a guest in BBC Radio Cambridge.

Personal Life

For her personal life, not much is known in terms of Woolhouse’s romantic relationships. She has not mentioned anything about this aspect of her life, and prefers to keep it out of the spotlight. She is a fitness enthusiast, and is a known promoter of a healthy lifestyle. She has her own blog which discusses her passion in these fields along with fashion. She also enjoys dancing and music, having taken classes in dance since the age of three. According to her, her favorite food is peanut butter ice cream, but when it comes to healthier options, her favorite is quinoa.

Similar to numerous sports broadcasters, she is highly active online through accounts on major social media websites. She has an account on Instagram on which she has over 95,000 followers, posting a lot about her life and work from behind the scenes. She posts some of her favorite outfits, and photos and videos of her working out in the gym. She also has a Twitter account with over 90,000 followers, which features similar photos to that of her Instagram posts. She also uses the platform to promote the latest news in various professional sports scenes, and expresses a few of her opinions from time to time.

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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