Janet Street Porter Bio | Wiki
Janet Street Porter is a renowned English broadcaster, journalist, writer, and media personality. Her career kicked off as a fashion columnist at the Daily Mail. She serves as a regular panelist on the ITV talk show Loose Women since 2011. Further, she appears on A Taste of Britain in 2014. She has also appeared in Have I Got News for You, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, Celebrity MasterChef, and Question Time.
Janet Street Porter Age
She was born on December 27, 1946, in Brentford, Middlesex, England. Janet is 76 years old.
Janet Street Porter Height
She is a woman of tall stature. Janet stands at a height of 6 ft 0 in (Approx 1.80 m).
Janet Street Porter Family
She was born to her hardworking parents in Brentford, Middlesex, England. Janet is the daughter of Stanley W. G. Bull and Cherry Cuff Ardern. Her father was an electrical engineer who served as a sergeant in the Royal Corps of Signals in World War II while her mother worked as a school dinner lady and in the civil service as a clerical assistant in a tax office. She grew up in Fulham, West London, and Perivale after the family moved there when she was 14. During the holidays, the family would stay in her mother’s hometown of Llanfairfechan in North Wales. She has a sister Patricia Balsom.
Janet Street Porter Partner | Peter Spanton
She is currently in a relationship with her partner Peter Spanton in 1999. The two have no children and they reside in Haddiscoe in Norfolk, Kent, and London. She is an active member of the Nidderdale community and was the president of the Burley Bridge Association.
Further, she was previously married to David Sorkin from 1997 to 1999. From 1979 to 1981, Janet was married to Frank Cvitanovich, a film director. She was first married to a fellow student and photographer Tim Street-Porter from 1967 to 1975. She then went on to marry Time Out editor Tony Elliot for two years from 1975 to 1977.
Janet Street Porter Education
She studied at Peterborough Primary and Junior Schools in Fulham and Lady Margaret Grammar School for Girls (now Lady Margaret School). She passed 8 O-levels and 3 A-levels in English, History, and Art from 1958 to 1964. Janet took an A-level in pure mathematics but did not pass the exam. Further, she spent two years at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.
Janet Street Porter Health
Janet was diagnosed with skin cancer in January 2020 and announced her news on Loose Women from home via video call because of COVID-19 restrictions. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Janet regularly appeared as a guest on This Morning to review the political decisions taken by the government with Matthew Wright. However, she had a video call from her home in Kent.
Janet Street Porter Teeth
She has no issues with her teeth, however, Coleen Nolan made fun of her teeth saying that she wouldn’t eat the food because it was too posh. But Janet chipped in to tell Coleen that she wouldn’t eat something like nuts because they get stuck in her teeth.
Janet Street Porter ITV
Her career kicked off as a fashion writer and columnist in the Daily Mail and was appointed as the newspaper’s deputy fashion editor in 1969. In 1971, she became fashion editor of the Evening Standard. She co-presented a mid-morning show with Fleet Street columnist Paul Callan when London Broadcasting Company began. She was the launch editor of Sell Out in early 1975. Moreover, he worked as a reporter at LWT in 1975.
Janet presented the late-night chat show Saturday Night People and produced Twentieth Century Box presented by Danny Baker. From 1987, she was editor of the Network 7 series on Channel Four and was responsible for the cancellation of the long-running music series The Old Grey Whistle Test. In 1988, she received BAFTA for her Network 7 show. She provided the story for The Vampyr: A Soap Opera in 1992.
Further, she left the BBC for Mirror Group Newspapers in 1994 to become a joint-managing director with Kelvin MacKenzie of the ill-fated L!VE TV channel. Janet starred in an ITV2 reality show called Deadline and became a regular panelist on ITV’s chat show Loose Women in 2011. Also, she co-hosted BBC One cookery program A Taste of Britain with chef Brian Turner and appeared on Call Me a Cabbie and So You Think You Can Teach. In addition, she became editor of The Independent on Sunday in 1999.
Some of Janet’s colleagues at ITV include:
Tom Bradby – Presenter
Jenni Falconer – Travel Reporter
Fiona Phillips – Presenter
Janet Street Porter Salary
She receives decent pay working as a regular panelist on the ITV talk show Loose Women. Janet’s salary is $87,650 annually.
Janet Street Porter Net Worth
Her successful career working as a broadcaster, journalist, writer, and media personality has been her main source of attaining her fortune. Janet’s net worth is $5 Million.
Where Is Janet Street Porter
She serves as a regular panelist on the ITV talk show Loose Women since 2011. Further, she appears on A Taste of Britain in 2014. She has also appeared in Have I Got News for You, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, Celebrity MasterChef, and Question Time.
How Old Is Janet Street Porter
Janet is 76 years old born on December 27, 1946, in Brentford, Middlesex, England.
How Tall Is Janet Street Porter
Janet is a woman of tall stature and is 6 ft 0 in.
Janet’s Social Media Account
Twitter – @The_Real_JSP