Michelle Dewberry Biography
A native of Kingston upon Hull, Humberside, Michelle Dewberry (Michelle Louise Faye Dewberry) is a British businesswoman, politician, presenter, and media personality. She joined the GB News with a prime-time show in 2021.
She is the winner of the second series of the British television program The Apprentice.
Michelle Dewberry Age
Dewberry was born on October 9 1979 in Kingston upon Hull, Humberside, England. She is 41 years old as of 2020.
Michelle Dewberry Height
Dewberry likes to live a private life. Her body measurements are still under review. We will update this information when it is available to the public.
Michelle Dewberry Family
Dewberry was born and raised in a council estate in Kingston upon Hull, Humberside, England. Her elder sister Fiona died at age nineteen when she fell from a building.
Michelle Dewberry Dating/Marriage
Dewberry dated a fellow Apprentice contestant Syed Ahmed during and after the show, but their relationship ended in late 2016. On 22 July 2020, she had her firstborn son with a businessman and former Crystal Palace Football Club owner Simon Jordan.
Michelle Dewberry Education
Dewberry dropped school at age 16 with two GCSEs and started working at St John Ambulance, KCOM, and Kwik-Save. She has not yet shared more about her educational background. We will update you as soon as the information is available.
Michelle Dewberry Career
Dewberry was hired as a project manager by Tiscali, an ISP, after rising through the ranks at Kingston Communications. After a successful tenure at Tiscali, she decided to launch her own “transformation consultancy” at the age of 24.
Dewberry won the second series of the British reality TV show The Apprentice in 2006, in which candidates compete for a £100,000-a-year job working for businessman Alan Sugar. In 2006, she established a business consulting firm.
she published her autobiography, Anything is Possible in 2007. Dewberry began writing a monthly column for Business Matters in December 2009. Also, In 2016, she appeared on ITV’s The Chase alongside Olympic ski jumper Eddie Edwards and musician Shaun Ryder. On the other hand, she made it to the final with Edwards but lost to Paul Sinha. She was awarded £1,000 which she gave to a charity for abused women.
In the 2017 general election, Dewberry ran as an independent pro-Brexit candidate in Hull West and Hessle and came fourth out of seven candidates, with 5.5 percent of the vote. She stood again in Hull West and Hessle in the 2019 general election for the Brexit Party. Then, she came third with 18 percent of the vote.
Michelle Dewberry Net Worth/Salary
Information about Dewberry’s monthly earnings and net worth is still under review. We will update you as soon as the information is available.