Tom Swarbrick is a journalist, broadcaster, and former political advisor to the Prime Minister of the UK (2016-2019), Theresa May. Learn about the British journalist age and salary.
Tom is famously known as the presenter of the weeknight show on LBC (Leading Britain’s Conversation), which airs at 10 pm, and Swarbrick on Sunday, which airs every week at 10 am.
Tom Swarbrick Age
Tom has not disclosed his age, but it is known that he celebrates his birthday on March 30.
Judging from his photos, he seems to be in his early 30s.
His birthplace is not known. He currently resides in Kent, England.
Does Tom Swarbrick Have Wikipedia?
No, Tom does not have a Wikipedia page dedicated to himself.
However, he has been featured in many news articles and magazines.
Tom is active on Twitter under the Twitter handle @TomSwarbrick1. He has amassed more than 27.6k followers on the platform.
Wonderful report from #headingley where snow stopped play
“Championship cricket so early in the year, with 14 English professionals away at the IPL…,is at best an exercise in optimism and at worst a commitment that is unsustainable.”
— Tom Swarbrick (@TomSwarbrick1) April 11, 2021
He describes himself as a husband, father, and presenter on his Twitter bio.
His LBC Salary And Net Worth
Tom Swarbrick has not disclosed his LBC salary figure yet.
He has many years of experience in journalism and broadcasting, so he might be earning a decent sum of money.
Tom Swarbrick net worth shines in the thousand dollars.
Swarbrick received his Theology degree at the University of Cambridge. He joined the BBC as a local radio reporter and was nominated for a Sony Radio Academy Award before then joining LBC as a junior reporter in 2012.
He has covered the news of terror attacks, the migration crisis, Trump’s campaign, and the 2015 General Election. Tom was awarded by BBC as the National Radio Journalist of the Year and the International Reporter of the Year. In the same year, he became the youngest presenter and the station’s Chief Correspondent.
Tonight at 10 @LBC
– Water cannon deployed in #belfast tonight. How under threat is NI’s place in the U.K.?
– Have we reached #HerdImmunity?
– 27k Hong Kongers coming to the U.K. will get homes and job support
– Home of the Future: Addiction
— Tom Swarbrick (@TomSwarbrick1) April 8, 2021
In 2016, he was hired by Downing Street as an adviser to Prime Minister May. It lasted for only 2 years as Tom left Downing Street to return to a career in broadcasting in March 2018.