Stacey Dooley Biography
Stacey Jaclyn Dooley MBE is a tv presenter, journalist, and media figure from England. She gained national attention in 2008 when she featured on the show Blood, Sweat, and T-Shirts. She has since produced social-issue tv programs for BBC Three about child labor and women in impoverished countries.
How old is Stacey Dooley? – Age
She was born in Luton, Bedfordshire, England on the 9th of March 1987. She has 34 years as of 2021.
Where did Stacey Dooley go to school? – Education
She attended Stopsley High School while growing up in Luton. At the age of 15, she dropped out of school and began working as a shop assistant at Luton Airport, selling fragrances. In Bramingham, she also worked as a hairstylist. Dooley confessed to a brief period of stealing in Luton as a teenager with her pals.  She was dating a drug dealer at the time, too.
Stacey Dooley – Family
Her mother’s name is Diane, and she was only two and a half years old when she left the family. Her Irish father abandoned the family when she was two years old. She had a difficult connection with her father, whom she only saw on rare occasions at family gatherings or weddings. When she was 13, he attempted to reconnect with her, but it did not go well. Her father was an alcoholic who died before they could reconcile while she was in her twenties.
Her mother’s marriage to her lover, Norman, resulted in a younger stepsister.
Stacey Dooley Husband
Dooley is a feminist who has created documentaries about gender equality.
Dooley has been dating her Strictly Come Dancing dancing partner Kevin Clifton since early 2019. Clifton was married to his fellow dancer of Strictly Come Dancing, Karen Hauer in 2015 but they split in 2018.
What is Dooley Salary?
Her salary is estimated to be more than$350,000 annually.
Dooley Net Worth
Her net worth is $1 million.
Stacey Dooley Career
Dooley appeared on television in April 2008 as a contributor on the ‘BBC Three’ documentary series ‘Blood, Sweat, and T-shirts.’
She started raising awareness about the dangers of child labor and even appeared on the tv show ‘Newsnight’ to promote it.
In 2009, her eponymous documentary series called ‘Stacey Dooley Investigates’ broadcast a two-part special titled ‘Kids for Sale’ and ‘Kids with Machetes.’
She aired two additional shows in 2010 as part of her eponymous show’s ‘Child Labour’ series.
She aired two shows in 2011 as part of her eponymous show’s ‘Holiday Hell’ series, which focused on tourism-related malpractices in Thailand and Kenya. That year, she also hosted the ‘CBBC’ documentary series ‘Show Me What You’re Made Of.’ In 2012, she hosted ‘My Hometown Fanatics,’ a documentary series for ‘BBC Three.’ She also hosted a three-part documentary series called ‘Coming Here Soon,’ traveled to the United States for a teen-focused series called ‘Stacey Dooley in the United States,’ and narrated the documentary ‘2012: Superstorm USA: Caught on Camera.’ From 2013 to 2015, she proceeded to air more informative episodes on her namesake investigative show, such as ‘Cocaine Capital of the World, “Sex, Stags and Prague, “Ecstasy Wars,’ and so on. She also hosted the documentary series “Beaten By My Boyfriend” in 2015 and was a panelist on “The Wright Stuff.”
On her own show in 2016, she addressed a variety of societal issues such as ‘Sex in Strange Places,’ ‘Migrant Kids in Crisis,’ and so on. She has appeared on the quiz program “Celebrity Mastermind” and presented short films on horrible real-life incidents, including “In Cologne: The Blame Game” and “Stacey Dooley: Hate and Pride in Orlando.”
In 2017, she narrated ‘The Natives: This Is Our America’ and presented films such as ‘Kids Selling Drugs Online’ and ‘The Billion Pound Party.’ She also presented ‘Young Sex for Sale in Japan,’ ‘Canada’s Lost Girls,’ and others. In 2018, as part of her eponymous investigative show, she continued to broadcast films such as “Russia’s War on Women,” “Face to Face with ISIS,” and others. She was the winner of the 16th season of ‘Strictly Come Dancing,’ and she hosted a number of episodes of ‘The One Show.’ Stacey Dooley, On the Front Line with the Women Who Fight Back, was published in 2018 and quickly became a ‘Sunday Times Bestseller.’ In 2019, she was designated a ‘Contributing editor for Investigations’ for ‘Grazia’ magazine; she hosted a new program called ‘Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over’ and the inaugural season of ‘Glow Up: Britain’s Next Top Model’; and she presented an episode of ‘BBC’s’ ‘Panorama’ called ‘Stacey Meets the IS Brides.’
She’ll soon be a judge on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK,’ and her ‘Conversations with Stacey Dooley Live Tour’ will take her to eleven UK cities.
For her contributions to broadcasting, she was named a ‘Member of the Order of the British Empire’ (MBE) in 2018. She was awarded the “Popular Features Award” at the “One World Media Awards” for her documentary “Face to Face with ISIS.”