Dan Wootton Age, Family: Dan Wootton was born on 2 March 1983 in a city around Wellington, New Zealand. He is 36 years of age.
Born in a small New Zealand city, he has moved on to become one of the prominent entertainment reporters in the U.K. The website “nznewsuk” writes about Wootton as the real Kiwi success story.
As far as his family is concerned, there is virtually no information available at the moment. He has been able to keep his family’s life away from the prying eyes of the media.
Many fans want to know whether the charismatic entertainment reporter Dan Wootton is Gay or Straight. The answer is that Dan Wootton is Gay.
Back in 2013, he took on to Twitter and announced to the world that he was a proud member of the LGBTQ community. He took the opportunity to call for equality and bring about a sense of normalcy in the media about gay relationships as well.
I'm gay and I believe in equality in every way. If the media hides gay relationships then how will they ever be normalised?
— Dan Wootton (@danwootton) December 4, 2013
As much as we would like to peek inside Dan Wootton’s life, he has been very secretive about it. As a result, there are no reports about his partner & current relationships.
Furthermore, there isn’t any news on his past relationship either.
He has been very successful to not let media and spotlight loom large on his private life. We have to say; up until now, he has been very successful.
Dan has become a household name in the U.K. He is the associate editor of “The Sun”, a tabloid newspaper.
Additionally, he also works as a presenter on “Lorraine”, an entertainment and lifestyle show for ITV.
He also has his own podcast named “The Dan Wootton Interview”, and hosts other radio show “talkRADIO”.
However, Dan Wootton’s net worth is still in the shadows. Anyway, it is safe to assume that the alluring reporter is doing great for himself.
Dan Wootton grew up in a city Lower Hutt of the Wellington region. He is Naenae College and Victoria University alumni.
As far as his academic qualification is concerned he has completed media studies and has a degree in Political Science.
He was interested in writing entertainment pieces for newspapers from a very early age. Eventually, he became column writer for The Dominion Post, Wellington-based newspaper. He moved on to Television at the show Good Morning.
He came to England at a young age of 21. After some odd jobs at lesser-known newspapers, he got his awaited break at Broadcast magazine.
Then it was a series of promotions for the talented Wootton. He has worked at Daily Mail, Now Magazine and currently is at The Sun Newspaper.
Being a journalist, that deals with celebrities, a group that is not exactly known for their calm demeanor, Wootton often finds himself in hot water.
In 2012, Steve Brookstein made a homophobic remark aimed at Wootton. Brookstein expressed his dissatisfaction at the fact that Wootton doesn’t have HIV. Brookstein is a winner of the TV-show X-Factor.
This was met with swift condemnation from all sides. Apparently, Brookstein was annoyed by Wootton for doing Rupert Murdoch’s bidding. The Sun Newspaper is owned by Mr. Murdoch who is a media mogul.
Wootton further got some heat after his paper made insensitive remarks on Charlie Sheen’s HIV status.