Pat Sharp Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, BBC Radio 1

Pat Sharp is a preeminent English DJ, television presenter, and radio presenter currently working as the presenter of a radio show on Greatest Hits Radio since February 2019.

Furthermore, Sharp is the presenter of P8 Pop in Norway. Also, Pat fronts a weekly syndicated radio show produced by Blue Revolution titled All The Hits.

He is known mainly for his extensive radio career and his work on the children’s ITV program Fun House in the United Kingdom. Pat was better known as one of the Sky Channel’s VJs in the 1980s and for presenting Nescafé UK Top 50 and Coca-Cola Eurochart Top 50.

Pat Sharp Age

Pat Sharp was born in Middlesex, Sussex, England on October 25, 1961. He is 60 years old.

Pat Sharp Height

Sharp is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).

Pat Sharp Education

He studied at a local high school and graduated with his high school diploma.

Pat Sharp Family

Pat was born to his loving father and a caring mother in Middlesex, Sussex, England. However, information regarding his parent’s and siblings’ whereabouts are currently under review and will be updated as soon as available.

Pat Sharp Wife

He is a married man to his appealing wife called Monica Sharp. His wife is the daughter of Knut-Georg Lien who celebrated 58 years anniversary with his wife on April 25, 2022. As a duo, On March 22, 1986, Monica exchanged her wedding vows with her husband. Together, they commemorate 36 years’ anniversary.

Furthermore, the duo is blessed with three children including Charlotte and Nicci. On February 20, 1992, Charlotte was born and is presently 30 years old. On the other hand, Nicci was born on September 3, 1986, and is currently 36 years old.

Pat Sharp Salary

Pat receives an annual salary of $99,441 per year. This is according to BBC Radio 1 anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.

Pat Sharp Net Worth

Sharp has an approximate net worth of $8 million.

Pat Sharp Career

In 1982 and 1983, Pat served as a presenter on BBC Radio 1. Pat deputized for David Jensen on The Network Chart Show. In the mid-1980s, He became a DJ for Radio Mercury. Sharp has also served for the British Forces Broadcasting Service. Pat was a DJ on Capital FM in London for ten years beginning in 1987. Another DJ stint followed at Heart, both in London and Cambridge for eleven years.

Sharp teamed up with Mick Brown in the late-1980s as the duo Pat and Mick. They released the charity singles I Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet and Let’s All Chant. The twain songs made the Top 20 of the UK singles chart. He and Mick released 5 hit singles making the Top 75. Through their collaboration, they raised more than a million pounds for charity. Pat was voted as having the worst haircut in 1987 at the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party awards.

In 1992, Pat was awarded the Sony Award for Best DJ. Pat presented the ITV show The Roxy in 1987-1988. Sharp also presented the daily chart show The Power Chart in 1990-1991 on BSB satellite music television channel The Power Station.

However, He is best recognized on tv for various children’s television programs aired on CITV. Fun House, is the most notable of these. It is a popular children’s television program that ran for ten years from 1989 to 1999. He presented the program along with Martina and Melanie Grant.

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