Craig Doyle was born in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland on December 17th, 1970 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 52, Craig Doyle biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.
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After graduation, Doyle worked on local radio with BBC Radio Suffolk based in Ipswich, before moving on to ITV to present the children's show Disney Club in 1995, having been head hunted following a chance meeting with a producer from the show at a visit to Alton Towers.
Moving to London, he presented Tomorrow's World, Fasten Your Seatbelt and Innovation Nation, and spent six years hosting BBC One's Holiday. He also had a live music show on London's Capital Radio every Saturday 8 am – 11 am.
Doyle was a key member of the BBC Sport team from 2004, anchoring international rugby, including the Six Nations Championship, and triathlon. He supports London Irish. In 2004, he formed his own production company Boxer. Its first production was The Craig Doyle Show, an Irish travel/celebrity program running on RTÉ, and Doyle produced and presented Ireland's Richest.
Released early from his BBC contract, Doyle joined ITV Sport in February 2008, replacing Jim Rosenthal by hosting the UEFA Champions League highlights on ITV. He also presents ITV4's coverage of the Isle of Man TT. Doyle left Capital Radio at the end of 2008.
Doyle presented Ireland's Top Earners in 2008, later recalled by John Boland in the Irish Independent as a programme that came about "just when the country was sliding inexorably into economic ruin and in which Doyle swooned over the wealth that had been amassed by Seán Quinn" [since bankrupt].
In April 2010, Doyle returned to Irish TV once again to host his own chat show Tonight with Craig Doyle on RTÉ One. In September 2010 he joined the team on ITV's Lorraine as an investigative reporter. Doyle presented Irish satirical program The Panel up to 2011. After that he became the presenter for a new live chat show called The Social from November 2011, which returned to screens in 2012 as Craig Doyle Live.
He presented Now That's What You Called News for RTÉ over the Christmas at the end of 2011.
Doyle currently works with BT Sport presenting coverage of Rugby Union since mid 2013. Doyle also presented BT Sport's coverage of MotoGP between 2015 and 2018.
Since November 2021, Doyle has been appearing on ITV show This Morning usually presenting the competitions. In May 2022 he appeared twice as a guest presenter on the show alongside Alison Hammond. He presented alongside Josie Gibson, Mollie King & Rochelle Humes during the school summer holidays on This Morning in 2022.