Sarah-Jane Mee's Biography
Sarah-Jane Mee was born in London on July 10, 1978.
She studied English at Manchester University and then became a runner at Sky Sports News.
She then took a job as a sports reporter at ITV in the Midlands and went on to anchor Central Soccer Night and Hancock’s Half Time alongside Nick Hancock, going on to become a news anchor on Central Tonight.
Meanwhile, she also co-hosted the Midlands breakfast show on Heart FM.
In January 2008, she moved back to Sky, hosting many of their sports shows as well as appearing on Sky News breakfast show Sunrise alongside Eamonn Holmes (whose role on the show she would eventually take over) and Boulton and Co alongside Adam Boulton.
Sarah-Jane Mee became a solo anchor on Sky News's live coverage as well as hosting the Sky Sports show Saturday Night Football.
In September 2016, it was announced that Sarah-Jane Mee was to take over from Eamonn Holmes as the anchor of Sunrise.
Sarah-Jane Mee ran the London Marathon in 2015.
She enjoys napping.
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