Pete Graves Biography, age, family, height and weight, wife, education, Career, Sky Sports, Salary, Net Worth

Pete Graves Biography

Pete Graves is a British journalist working at Sky News Network as a sky sports news anchor. He is famous for anchoring live football associations and Rugby unions. He is still anchoring Sky Sports News and Sky News. Pete is a great fan of New Castle United and attends some of the homes and away matches when he has time.

Pete Graves age

Pete Graves was born on 7th April 1982, in Hexham, Northumberland in the United Kingdom.

Pete Graves height and weight

Pete Graves appears taller than most of the objects in most of his photographs. He has an average body height and weight. The exact values of body measurements are still unavailable, but keep a tab, and we shall update the details once we access it.

Pete Graves family (Parents and Siblings)

Pete was born to both parents, who raised him up in the Hexham area of Northumberland. The details, including the parents and siblings’ names, are still unavailable. This section is under review and shall be updated once the details are accessible.

Pete Graves wife

Graves has kept a low profile on his sexual life and family matters. We are keeping tabs and we shall upload the details about his love life.

Pete Graves education

After his primary and secondary education, Pete Graves joined the Manchester Metropolitan University, where he successfully pursued a degree in Film and Media Studies. He graduated with a degree in a colourful ceremony in 2003 before he exploited his career dreams.

Pete Graves Career

In the course of his journalism career, Pete has worked in both radio and television channels.

Pete Graves Radio

Pete Graves began his journalism career when he joined Radio Tyneside to anchor sports news and shows. He gained much experience and performed exemplary well in hosting games and sports news and secured a full-time job at the same station after three months’ probation. Pete Graves was allocated the sports reporter job at Metro Radio, where he reported on different sports and games within England and the world. In 2005, Pete Graves took the role of commentating all Newcastle matches alongside a co-anchor Mick Martin. This is the point at which he became a strong Newcastle team supporter and fan he is today. In 2007, the handsome Pete signed a deal with Reel Radio, formally called Century Radio, where he was employed as a sports reporter. He continued his coverage of Newcastle matches alongside co-presenter Bobby Moncur. He covered his first match between Newcastle-Liverpool, where his team won 2-1 against Liverpool.

Pete Graves Television

Pete Graves began his television broadcast after starting a one-year deal with ITV Tyne Tees. He worked as the sports news anchor while he continued commentary duties on the radio. In 2008, he became a sports correspondent at the ITV North East Tonight, where he covered more sports and games news. He made his first-time appearance on the Live TV in 2008 at the ITV Lunchtime News, to announce the resignation of Newcastle United manager Kevin Keegan. He left the television station in 2008 to join his current home Sky Sports.

Pete Graves Sky Sports

Pete Graves signed an agreement with Sky News that resulted in his employment as a reporter. In 2009, Pete was given the roles of news anchoring, presenting all news, including breaking and news-making headlines. In 2010, Pete Graves was given the roles of anchoring the sports news on the Sky News Channel. He made his debut on sports news coverage at sky sport when he presented sports headlines and highlights on the Sky News channel in 20210. In 2011, Pete Graves covered a live football association match on Sky Sports for the first time. He aired the Victory Shield for under 16 between Ireland and England under 16 competition on Sky Sport 2. He has since covered several live matches, including England National Under 21 and Republic of Ireland National Matches, among other international matches. Pete still covered live the Currie Cup rugby Union challenge.

Pete Graves salary

Pete Graves is one of the highest-paid journalists working at Sky Sports Corporation. However, his actual salary figures are still under review, and we shall upload it once we access them.

Pete Graves net worth

Pete Graves is estimated to be worth $5 million.

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