Scottish television presenter Storm Huntley is expected to earn a decent salary. Huntley is a television moderator who rose to prominence as a climate young lady for STV Glasgow and as a journalist on its nightly "The Riverside Show."
Since 2015, she has been dealing with Channel 5 live morning telephone in the discussion program "The Wright Stuff." In addition, she is well-known for her work in English terrestrial television, specifically the CBeebies show "Down on Homestead."
Storm studied financial and governmental issues at the University of Glasgow in 2008.
Around this time, she discovered her passion for radio, becoming involved with understudy and emergency clinic radio.
She later pursued a postgraduate degree in transmission news coverage from the London School of Imprinting. Kerr Okan, the frontman of the Scottish musical gang The LaFontaines, is her boyfriend. The couple is planning to marry in October 2020.
Facts About Storm Huntley
|Full name||Storm Huntley|
|Birthday||24 February 1987|
|Age||35 years old|
|Education||Bishopbriggs High School|
|Alma mater||University of Glasgow-London College of Communication Open University|
|Known for||STV Glasgow (weather / The Riverside Show) CBeebies (Down on the Farm) Channel 5 (The Wright Stuff and Jeremy Vine)|
|Spouse||Kerr Okan (m. 2021)|
Storm Huntley Salary And Net Worth
The expected salary of Storm Huntley is around $61K as a well-known Tv presenter. She has an estimated net worth of $5.00 million from her work as a television presenter.
She is popularly known as the Unknown television host and is regarded as one of the most successful.
Huntley earns a living as a professional journalist. She co-hosts the Channel 5 show Jeremy Vine and the STV Glasgow show The Riverside Show. Besides, she might also have her endeavors and investments about which the public is unknown.
Likewise, she is equally active on all social media platforms, where she updates her fans about what is going on in her personal and professional life.
From her social media handles, the TV host looks pretty grounded and loves spending time with her family rather than on fancy things. Storm still has a long way to go in her career, and her net worth might expand even more.
Storm Huntley's Television Career Earnings
Storm Huntley began her internship by gaining experience and her media knowledge and academic background as she was hired as a research assistant at BBC Scotland.
The host became interested in weather reports while working for the BBC and took a brief meteorology course. She was even hired by Scottish Television's new regional channel, STV Glasgow Channel, in June 2014.
Later, Huntley hosted the Riverside Show on STV, where she provided weather forecasts and features. Currently, she is working on Down on the Farm, a British terrestrial CBeebies show.
Storm, who joined in 2015, introduces young children to aspects of rural life while filming on various agricultural sites with her co-presenter JB Gill.
Huntley has appeared in three shows on British terrestrial television since 2015: the seasonal CBeebies show Down on the Farm, The Wright Stuff, and its replacement Jeremy Vine. Down on the Farm was nominated for a BAFTA Scotland Award in 2016.
She is a co-host on Channel 5's daily live morning phone-in debate show The Wright Stuff and its 2018 replacement Jeremy Vine, screening and introducing callers to hosts Matthew Wright and Jeremy Vine and reading out viewer correspondence.
Storm Huntley Married Life and Children
Storm Huntley announced her engagement to Kerr Okan, a lead singer of the rock band The LaFontaines, on October 30, 2020.
They married each other on the banks of Loch Lomond in Scotland on September 2, 2021. Carol Smillie, another television presenter, served as the wedding registrar.
Soon after, she even announced on September 9, 2021, about the episode of Jeremy Vine that, following her marriage, her professional name would now be simply Storm.
On July 11, 2022, Huntley gave birth to their son, Otis. That was the happiest moment for Storm, her husband, and her whole family.
She still posts about her pictures with her small little family on her Instagram handle. They are very happy and are living peacefully in their own little world.
Storm Huntley Early Life
Storm Huntley's first name was inspired by her mother reading a novel in which the main character had the name A Sparrow Falls by Wilbur Smith and an electrical storm outside on the day she was born.
For a long time, her grandmother refused to use this name. She inadvertently poured a kettle of boiling water over herself as a toddler, causing permanent scarring to her arm, shoulder, and neck; she dresses to conceal the scars.
She was raised in the northern part of Greater Glasgow, in Bishopbriggs, and she attended Bishopbriggs High School before graduating from the University of Glasgow with a degree in politics and economics in 2008.
She became involved in Subcity Radio at the university station and hospital radio, worked for a local community radio station (FM) in London, and earned a postgraduate diploma from the London College of Communication in broadcast journalism.