Who is Amol Rajan? Bio, Wiki, Net Worth, Age, Height, Facts, Wife, Career

Who Is Amol Rajan? Bio, Wiki, Net Worth, Age, Height, Facts, Wife, Career



Amol Rajan was born on 4 July 1983, in Calcutta, India. His mother is from Pune and a Tamil father from Kumbakonam. Due to Tamil naming customs, Rajan was born V. Amol, with the V. for his father’s given name of Varadarajan. This name was modified to Amol Varadarajan when he came to England, and the family later changed their surname to Rajan. After moving England,  he was raised in Tooting, South West London. He did hi schooling at Graveney School. He was editor of the student newspaper for a term in 2005. At the age of 18 years , he worked in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).

Who Is Amol Rajan?

Who is Amol Rajan?

NameAmol Rajan
Net Worth$5Million-$10Million
Age38 years old
DOB4 July 1983

Amol Rajan is a British journalist and broadcaster. He has been the BBC’s Media Editor, in  December 2016. He is a presenter of the Today programme on BBC Radio 4. He was editor of The Independent newspaper from the year June 2013. When The Independent announced it was dropping the print edition in February 2016, and continuing as only an online operation, He was retained for a period as “editor-at-large”. In 2017, he has holiday cover for several presenters on BBC Radio 2, including Simon Mayo,Jeremy Vine and Zoe Ball. Currently,  since 17 May 2021, he is the fifth presenter of Today ie; programme on BBC Radio 4, and he has stopped presenting The Media Show.

How Old Is Amol Rajan?

How old is Amol Rajan?

Amol Rajan was born on 4 July, 1983 in Calcutta, India. According to his birth date he is 38 years old.

Who is amol rajan’s wife?

WHO IS Amol Rajan’S Wife?

His wife is Charlotte Faircloth (m. 2013).They live in London and have two children.

What is the networth of amol rajan?


The net worth of Amol Rajan is estimated to be aprrox $10 million as of 2021.

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Amol rajan career/Facts

  1. At the age of 18, Rajan worked in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
  2. He joined The Independent newspaper in August 2007.
  3. Rajan is a cricket enthusiast.