Gabby Logan (full name Gabrielle Nicole Logan) was born on 24 April 1973 in born in Leeds in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Her parents are Terry and Christine Yorath. Her father is a former Welsh international footballer. She has siblings Louise and Jordan. She also had a brother Daniel, but he died in the 1992. She studied at the Bishop Ullathorne RC School in Coventry as well as at the Cardinal Heenan High School.
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Afterwards, she continued her education at the Notre Dame Sixth Form College in Leeds. She also studied Law at the College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University. During her senior years at school and College years she was interested in netball. In the 1990 she was involved in the Commonwealth Games in rhythmic gymnastics in Auckland and even placed 11h position. She ended her gymnastics career at the age of 17 and was retired because of Sciatica.
Afterwards, she began her career at the Metro Radio in Newcastle, where he worked as a presenter on Sky Sports in 1996. She worked there for two years. She left the radio station and decided to join the popular ITV TV network. She got her breakthrough time when she fronted TV show “On the Ball”. She became popular female sports presenters on television.
During her career for ITV channel she has made her appearance with a presentation UEFA Champions League association football coverage. She left ITV in the 2006 for another position. She appeared on the ITV again as a guest at the reality series “Flockstars”. Afterwards, she joined BBC Sport. She started her work at the BBC channel by presenting the FA Cup. Afterwards, she was chosen as a host for the 6 Nations. She also was a host of “Final Score” program four years in a row during 2009-2013.
At the same time at the BBC Sport channel she also was participated with Channel 5 work. In the 2011she made her appearance with a presentation of a discussion and the magazine show following The Wright Stuff. Later the show changed its title to “Live with Gabby”. In addition to her work on BBC Sport she also worked on BBC Radio 5 Live since 2010 with her own weekday show. During her career, she received numerous awards and was titled with "Sports Presenter of the Year" as well as nominated by 2014 National Television Awards
She is involved in a charity activity and now is a patron of The Disabilities Trust as well as for the St John's Catholic School for the Deaf and the Great Ormond Street Hospital for people with cancer. Along with her husband, she took some work at the children's charity organization Sparks.
She is married to Kenny Logan since 2001. Her husband is a former Scotland international rugby union player. The couple has two children, twin babies named Reuben and Lois. Currently, she and her family resides in Kew, southwest London. The information about her can be found on several social media sites, like Instagram or Facebook. Her net worth is still under evaluation.
Last Modified: Mar 10, 2020