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Dominic Byrne

Dominic Byrne, a well-known radio host, was born in the United Kingdom on November 10, 1972. British newsreader and interviewer rose to prominence thanks to his work on Radio X’s Chris Moyles Breakfast Show. Incomparable capacities, he had prior employment with the BBC and the Capital FM Breakfast Show. Scorpio is Dominic Byrne’s zodiac sign, according to astrologers. He is presently employed by Radio X’s Chris Moyles Breakfast Show. Prior to that, he was employed by the BBC from 1997 to 2012, most notably as a newsreader and contributor to the zoo format of The Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1 from 2004 to 2012.

Additionally, he presented on the BBC News Channel and delivered the news on Radio 1. He also owns and operates Open Mouth Productions, a voice-training company. In 2015, he returned to reading the news on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X in its new format. Dominic Byrne hosted many episodes on BBC Radio Kent in 2014 that featured guest hosts, including Breakfast and Mid-Morning.

Prior to that, he worked for the BBC from 1997 to 2012, most notably from 2004 to 2012, as a newsreader and contributor to The Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1’s “zoo” format. Additionally, he provided the news on Radio 1 and made presentations on the BBC News Channel. He also owns and runs the voice-training business Open Mouth Productions. He resumed reading the news on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio in 2015 under the show’s new structure. In 2014, Byrne presented several episodes of BBC Radio Kent’s Breakfast and Mid-Morning programs with guest hosts.

Three children, Finton James Byrne (born July 2003), Xanthe Rose Byrne (born November 2005), and Tilda Ruby Star Byrne, were born to Dominic Byrne and his previous wife Nicola after their marriage in March 2001. (born May 2009). The couple divorced in 2015, and Nicola passed away at the age of 43 from lung cancer in April 2018. Byrne, his spouse Lucy, and their kids reside in Hertfordshire. Through his business, Open Mouth Productions, he trains both corporate and private clients’ vocal abilities.

Dominic Byrne has contributed their voice to several productions. In the CBeebies program Space Pirates and in the Peppa Pig episode Captain Emergency, he gave the voice of an extraterrestrial character by the name of Zorst. For the entertainment channel Watch, he does voiceovers. In 2010, Byrne also voiced children’s storybooks for mobile phone applications under the storytime brand, including Olivia the Octopus, Inca Dink, the Great Houdini, and Invisible Alligators, which were written, drawn, and also narrated by M. Nicole van Dam (written and illustrated by Damien Clenet).

Dominic Byrne’s Partner

Three children, Finton James Byrne (born July 2003), Xanthe Rose Byrne (born November 2005), and Tilda Ruby Star Byrne, were born to Byrne and his previous wife Nicola after their marriage in March 2001. (born May 2009). The couple divorced in 2015, and Nicola passed away at the age of 43 from lung cancer in April 2018. Byrne, his spouse Lucy, and their kids reside in Hertfordshire. Through his business, Open Mouth Productions, he trains both corporate and private clients’ vocal abilities.

Net worth and more about Dominic Byrne

One of the wealthiest radio hosts and one of the most well-liked radio hosts is Dominic Byrne. Our study of Dominic Byrne’s net worth from sources like Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider indicates that it is around $1.5 million. He was a part of the Folk Face comedy/folk band, which won awards, and he is also a musician. On The Chris Moyles Show in December 2011, Dominic Byrne supported the Italian American singer Lou Monte’s song Dominick the Donkey, which helped it reach a high chart position of number three on the UK Top 40 during Christmas 2011.

He also worked for the BBC as a newsreader for Radio 1’s mid-morning weekday show with Jo Whiley, who would eventually become Fearne Cotton. He began hosting the Newsbeat’s Oddbox video clip show on BBC News in 2007. Dominic Byrne presented this four-minute film that examined the week’s most bizarre news (and Natalie Jamieson when he was away). The BBC Red Button, BBC Online, and BBC News channel all offered access to it. On the episode of September 6, 2012, it was revealed that the upcoming broadcast of Odd Box would be it’s last. The final edition of The Oddbox aired on the Newsbeat website of BBC Radio 1 on September 14, 2012.

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