James Whale net worth

James Whale‘s source of wealth comes from being a radio host. How much money is James Whale worth at the age of 70 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2021,¬†James Whale’s net worth is under review.

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James Whale (born May 13, 1951) is famous for being radio host. He currently resides in Surrey. Controversial radio host known for his weekly radio show The New James Whale Radio Show with host Rob Oldfield. He is also known for his roles on BBC Radio Essex and BBC Radio Kent and he was a contestant on Big Brother 2016.

Source of Money
Radio Host
Real Name
Michael James Whale
Place of Birth
Surrey
Date of Birth
May 13, 1951 (age 70)
Ethnicity
White
Nationality
British
Religion
Unknown

James Whale is a Taurus and was born in The Year of the Rabbit

Life

James Whale was born in Surrey on Sunday, May 13, 1951 (Baby Boomers Generation generation). He is 70 years old and is a Taurus. Michael James Whale is an English radio and television host. He is known for his plain-speaking, often acerbic and confrontational, broadcasting style; during phone-ins he frequently hangs up on callers he disagrees with or who do not make their point quickly enough. He is known for criticizing his guests and was fired from Talksport in 2008 for breaking impartiality rules.

He became known for his late-night program The James Whale Radio Show in the 1980s, which he later brought back and revamped in 2013. Michael James Whale attended Longmead County Secondary Boys’ School (Epsom High School). James Whale is a member of Richest Celebrities and Radio Hosts.

Popularity

James is turning 71 years old in

He has featured well known celebrities on his radio show including Derek Acorah, Jodie Marsh and David Icke .

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James Whale’s net worth

Online estimates of James Whale’s net worth vary. While it’s relatively simple to predict his income, it’s harder to know how much James has spent over the years.

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