|Birth Name:||Ore Oduba|
|Date of Birth:||17/11/1985|
|Age:||33 years old|
|Net Worth:||$145 million|
Ore Oduba Net Worth reaches $145 million with his win over the fourteenth series of BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing in 2016.
Ore Oduba began his career as Newsround Presenter in CBBC for a period between 2008 and 2014. He made few appearances in between the period in BBC One. Oduba is Presenter in BBC One from 2015 for programs like New Year Live, Sports Relief: Clash of the Titans, Olympics 2016, This Morning and more recent World Athletics Championships 2017. He is a winner of BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing in 2016.
He was born on 17 November 1985 in London to Nigerian parents. Oduba grew up with his father working in the oil industry. The family moved to Dorset and Oduba earns the education from Dumpton School at a start. Oduba changed his school first to Canford School, then to a co-educational independent school for both boarding and day pupils. The area is located in the village of Canford Magna, near to the market town of Wimborne Minster in Dorset, in southwest England. For his advanced education, he went to Loughborough University and gets an honorary doctorate in Sports Science and Social Science major.
The effort of Ore Oduba net worth contribution starts through a step joining The Network, an Edinburgh television festival scheme.
The significant contributor of Ore Oduba net worth becomes his involvement in Newsround of CBBC in August 2008. The opportunity came to him with the departure of the then presenters Lizo Mzimba and Laura Jones. Oduba did not concurrently become a major presenter. He at first was a reporter and breakfast bulletin presenter. Removing doubt of Ore Oduba net worth at present, a promotion filling the main presenter Sonali Shah in her absence as a deputy presenter occurs in 2009. The following year he became a Co-presenter alongside Sonali Shah in the main Newsround bulletin double-headed.
In 2011 the departure of Sonali Shah leads the Newsround joining by Leah Gooding and Hayley Cutts to the present after 2014. The role he is in demands him to present spin-off show Sportsround. The relaunch of the show in 2008 demands his main presenter role in Sportsround. Oduba left the presentation with the cancellation of the show in 2010. The replacement of the Sportsround, Match of the Day Kickabout lets again Aduba to play the role of the presenter. He is still the presenter of the show. Oduba in 2014 left Newsround with a shift to sports.
Oduba at the present is the presenter of sports bulletins for BBC Breakfast and BBC Radio 5 Live. He is continuous to sports with reports on British Olympic Dreams along with former Newsround co-presenter Sonali Shah and with debut solo morning slot for the 2014 Commonwealth Games on BBC One and BBC Sport.
In the period Oduba did not, however, stops appearances in CBBC studio presentation following his Newsround shift. He even appears as a guest on CBBC shows including Sam & Mark’s TMi Friday, Hacker Time and All Over the Place.
Moreover, he never stops appearing as a presenter on various issues. Oduba was a presenter of Ultimate Sports Day for CBBC before following the lead of the 2012 Summer Olympics. He even presents live cinema relays from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, with former ballerina Darcey Bussell. In the periods between 2015 and 2016, he was a presenter on The National Lottery Draws on Saturday evenings and he presented the 2015 New Year Live programme on BBC One.
By the period of 2016, a most challenging effort of contribution for Ore Oduba net worth to the present was for Sports Relief, called “Hell on High Seas”, in which he sailed 1,000 miles from Belfast to London. The five other celebrities took part in the sail alongside Alex Jones and Suzi Perry.
The same year he was a presenter of Sports Relief: Clash of the Titans with Dan Walker. Ore Oduba net worth paces up as he presents the coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics on BBC Four all the way to August that year.
A long lasting daytime programme from October 2012 and to the end of May 2017 was BBC One insurance fraud documentary show Claimed and Shamed. The series of effort did not give up on Ore Oduba net worth ability such as an episode of This Morning with Holly Willoughby on ITV. The most significant effort is, as the participant of the fourteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing. Oduba teams up with partner Joanne Clifton in 2016.
Aduba and Clifton with increasing difficulty in each round give a shock to the judges and viewers. The duo kept on earning high marks in the competition. The fourth week of the series they took part gives them 39 out 40 judges marks for their performance. The final day their performance of Jive blew-the-mind-off of the judges with the compulsion of giving full 40 marks.
Personal life and Net Worth
Ore Oduba is in marital relationship to TV researcher Portia Oduba in the month of November 2015. The couple is having a baby in 2017 according to the HuffingtonPost.
Aduba receives an Honorary Doctorate from Loughborough University in July 2017. Ore Oduba is one of highest-earning Television Host according to Mediamass and his net worth is $145 million.