Mark Kermode BBC, Bio, Age, Wiki, Birthday, Family, Parents, Wife, Net Worth, Height

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Mark Kermode Biography and Wiki

Mark Kermode is a film critic, musician, radio host, television host, and podcaster from England. He is The Observer’s chief film critic, writes for Sight & Sound magazine, hosts a weekly Scala Radio film music show and the BBC Four documentary series Mark Kermode’s Secrets of Cinema, and co-hosts the film-review podcast Kermode & Mayo’s Take with long-time collaborator Simon Mayo.

Mark Kermode Education

He went to The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School in Elstree, Hertfordshire, a private boys’ school, a few years before comedian Sacha Baron Cohen and actor Jason Isaacs. He earned a Ph.D. in English from the University of Manchester in 1991, with a thesis on horror literature.

Mark Kermode Age and Birthday

Kermode was born Mark James Patrick Fairey on 2 July 1963 in  Chipping Barnet, England. He is 59 years old as of 2022. He celebrates his birthday every 2nd of July.

Mark Kermode Height and Measurements

Mark stands at a height of 6′ (1.83 m). However, details about his other body measurements are currently under review. ALSO READ: Jonathan Karl

Mark Kermode Family and Parents

Kermode was born in Barnet, Hertfordshire. Besides, attempts to establish the identities of his mother and father were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not known whether he has any siblings.

Mark Kermode’s Wife and Married

Kermode is happily married to Linda Ruth Williams, a lecturer at the University of Exeter who teaches cinema. The two are parents to two children, a son, and a daughter.

Mark Kermode’s Net Worth

He is an American host, co-anchor, and news anchor with an estimated net worth ranging from $1 million – $6 million. Most of Mark’s income is mainly accredited to his successful career as a news reporter and anchor.

Mark Kermode Career

Kermode’s film career began as a print journalist, writing for Manchester’s City Life, then Time Out and the NME in London. He has written for publications such as The Independent, Vox, Empire, Flicks, Fangoria, and Neon. Kermode began her career as a film critic for BBC Radio 1 in 1993, with a regular Thursday night slot called Cult Film Corner on Mark Radcliffe’s Graveyard Shift. Later, he joined Simon Mayo’s BBC Radio 1 morning show. On Tuesday nights, he co-hosted the Cling Film film review show with Mary Anne Hobbs on Radio 1. He was the resident film critic on BBC Radio 5’s Morning Edition with Danny Baker from February 1992 to October 1993.

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Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review, broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live, reviewed and debated new film releases. Simon Mayo announced at the start of the Kermode and Mayo Film Review on 11 March 2022 that the final Kermode and Mayo Film Review would air on 1 April 2022. Kermode and Mayo have announced the launch of their new non-BBC podcast “Kermode & Mayo’s Take” in May 2022, as well as the launch of their official website, https://www.kermodeandmayo.com/. He has contributed to documentaries such as The Fear of God: 25 Years of The Exorcist, Hell on Earth: The Desecration and Resurrection of Ken Russell’s The Devils, Alien: Evolution, On the Edge of Blade Runner, and The Cult of The Wicker Man.

Kermode criticized the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), the UK’s film censor, in 2002 for its cuts to the 1972 film The Last House on the Left. The BBFC allowed the film to be re-released uncut in 2008. He has stated that the BBFC does an excellent job in an impossible situations and has endorsed their decisions. Kermode’s top ten films in a 2012 Sight & Sound poll were The Exorcist, A Matter of Life and Death, The Devils, It’s a Wonderful Life, Don’t Look Now, Pan’s Labyrinth, Mary Poppins, Brazil, Eyes Without a Face, and The Seventh Seal, which were later published in order of preference in his book Hatchet Job.