Rebecca Lowe

Rebecca Lowe is an NBC and NBC Sports anchor and presenter from England. She’s worked for the BBC, Setanta Sports, and ESPN, among others.

Early Life of Rebecca Lowe

Lowe was born in Ealing, London, England, on November 11th, 1980. She is 39 years old right now. Chris Lowe, who worked as a news presenter for the BBC for 37 years, is her father. Alex Lowe, her brother, works for The Times of London as a sports reporter. Her ethnicity is British and her zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Lowe attended Ealing and Notting Hill High Schools for his education. In 2002, she earned a BA Honours Degree in Drama from the University of East Anglia. Between her gap year of high school and university, she attended the Mercersburg Academy in south-central Pennsylvania.

Who is Rebecca Lowe Husband?

Rebecca Lowe is a married woman with two children. On the Greek island of Santorini, she married Paul Buckle on June 12, 2013. Paul Buckle is the current coach of ‘The Sacramento Republic,’ a club in the United Soccer League’s second tier.

He previously managed Torquay United, Luton Town, and Cheltenham Town F.C. On April 17, 2016, Lowe gave birth to a son. Edward Christopher Buckle was his name.

What is the Height of Rebecca Lowe?

Her height is 5 feet 7 inches, and her weight is 61 kilograms. Her hair is blonde, and her eyes are brown. There is no information available about her shoe and dress sizes.

What is the Salary of Rebecca Lowe?

In 2019, Lowe’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million. She has had a successful career as a sports anchorman and is one of the most well-known NBC anchors. Her salary from the network is quite substantial. She is a sportscaster for a well-known Sports Network. Sportscaster and anchor in the United Kingdom. Lowe is content with her salary because she makes a good living from her profession.

The average salary for a news anchor is $83,300, according to several sources. However, depending on a variety of factors such as market size and other circumstances, the salary can range from $14,000 to $875,000. Sports anchors earn around $56,500 per year on average, with salaries ranging from $18,000 to $275,000 depending on the position. Because of her experience and popularity, Rebecca is estimated to earn around $100,000 per year.

Rebecca Lowe’s Career Line

  • She worked at TalkSport after graduation while looking for an agent to pursue her dream of becoming an actress.
  •  She won the BBC Talent Search for a football reporter in November 2002.
  • Every Saturday for Final Score, Lowe reported from a top Premier League match, was a regular reporter for Football Focus on interviews and features, and hosted a “Football in the Community” feature on Match of the Day every Sunday morning (all on BBC One).
  • She appeared on Match of the Day 2 and Grandstand on BBC Television on a regular basis.
  • She has also broadcast sports news for BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 1, 2, and 4, as well as one of the main sports presenters on BBC News 24 and BBC Radio Five Live.
  • Lowe covered the 2005 Women’s European Championship for BBC One, and the 2004 African Cup of Nations in Tunisia for BBC Two.
  • In 2003, 2004, and 2005, she served as a pitchside reporter for the FA Women’s Cup Final, which was broadcast live on BBC One.
  •  Lowe was in Germany covering the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
  • Lowe left the BBC to work as a football presenter and reporter for Setanta Sports on June 28, 2007.
  • She co-hosted Setanta’s Football Conference coverage as well as reporting on the Premier League and co-presenting Football Matters with James Richardson, Setanta’s Monday night football discussion and review show.
  • Following Setanta’s demise, it was announced in July 2009 that she had joined ESPN’s new UK sports channel to co-host their new Premier League football coverage with Ray Stubbs, who had joined ESPN from the BBC.
  •  She was the first woman in the UK to host the FA Cup Final when she presented a seven-hour broadcast pitch side from the 2012 FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Liverpool for ESPN.
  • She was also on hand for ESPN when Fabrice Muamba, a midfielder for Bolton Wanderers, collapsed on the pitch during an FA Cup quarter-final at White Hart Lane in March 2012.
  • She and Bob Ley co-hosted the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup telecasts for the network. In January 2011, she and Robbie Savage and Martin Keown hosted the FA Cup third-round match between Arsenal and Leeds United.
  • Leeds fans showered hot dogs and coins on Savage during the halftime break.
  • She co-hosted ESPN’s coverage of UEFA Euro 2012 in the United States in June 2012. Lowe also covered the Premier League for ESPN USA on a sporadic basis.
  • Lowe was hired by NBC Sports on March 26, 2013, to be the lead studio host for the 2013–14 Premier League season in the United States.
  •  In Sports Illustrated’s annual Media Awards in December 2013, Rebecca was named Newcomer of the Year. Her contract with NBC was later extended to 2022 by the network.
  • Lowe also serves as NBC’s Daytime host for all Olympic coverage, both summer, and winter.
  • She has been the face of the Sochi 2014, Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Pyeong Chang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.