Matt Baker wife, married, gymnast, height
Matt Baker who is an English TV presenter was born on 23rd December of the year 1977. He is mostly known for his TV work with BBC. He went to study at the Easington, Village School. He then continued his education at the Belmont Comprehensive School located in Durham. Matt was a junior British gymnast as well as sports acrobatics champion. But later, he was forced to give up after he got diagnosed with the anaemia when he was fourteen. After that, he undertook the various sheepdog trails as well as pole vaulting. In addition to that, he also took the A-Levels in Drama, Biology as well as Sports Science at the Durham Sixth Form Centre.
He also attended the Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh. As a drama student there, he worked as entertainer in late 1990s and also toured with the 1970 comedy disco dancing revival show known as Disco Inferno that toured north of England. During his youth, he wanted to be physiotherapy but he did not achieve necessary academic standards. After his appearance in school production of Grease, he was suggested to attend the drama school. He has made his appearance in numbers of the TV shows as well as series such as Blue Peter, Doctor Who, The Famous Five, Only Fools on Horses, Evacuation, Crufts, Animal Rescue Live, Counrytfile, The One Show and many more.
To talk about his personal life biography, Matt has already got married. He is married to his girlfriend Nicola Mooney who is a Physiotherapist. The couple first met with each other when Matt as performing in disco show at the Pier 39 in Cleethorpes. Later, they exchanged their vows in the year 2004 at the Winston in Teesdale. Matt also has two children, a son and a daughter together with his wife and they are named as Luke and Molly respectively. Prior to that, Matt has also played in the series such as Doctor Who, Cutting It, and more.
Apart from that, Matt has now reached at the age of 37. He was elected as president for National Federation of Young Farmer’s Clubs in early 2011. He also supports Grace House Hospice, Deerness Gymnastics Academy as well as Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. In addition to that, he also took part in the BBC project on the behalf of the Children in Need as well as he also helped to raise the estimated £1.9 million. There is now any news found about his height and artist. Besides that, he can also be followed in his various social sites such as facebook, Twitter and Instagram.