Trinny Woodall Biography and Wiki
Trinny Woodall is an English makeover expert, television presenter, and fashion expert who is best known for being the co-host of famous BBC television series, What Not To wear.
Trinny Woodall Age | How Old Is Trinny Woodall?
Woodall is 58 years old as of 2022, She was born on February 8, 1964, in the USA.
Trinny Woodall Birthday
Woodall celebrates her birthday on the 8th of February every year.
Trinny Woodall Height and Weight
Woodall stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with a moderate weight.
Trinny Woodall Family
Woodall was born and brought up in the UK by her loving parents. She is the youngest of six children three of them being her half-siblings.
Trinny Woodall Education
From the age of six, Woodall attended boarding institutions, including Queen’s Gate School in Queen’s Gate, South Kensington, London. She went to Baston School for Girls as well.
Trinny Woodall Husband | Is Trinny Woodall Married?
Woodall married her loving husband, the late Johnny Elichaoff who passed on in 2014. She is presently in a long-term relationship with Charles Saatchi. She has one child as of 2022.
Trinny Woodall Net Worth
Woodall has an estimated net worth of $350 million as of 2022, from her successful career. Woodall’s primary source of income is her career as a fashion and makeover expert. Through her various sources of income, Woodall has been able to accumulate a good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.
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- Full Names: Sarah-Jane Duncanson “Trinny” Woodall.
- Age: 58 years old
- Birthday: February 8
- Height: 5 feet 8 inches
- Husband: Charles Saatchi (Dating)
- Net Worth: $350 million
Trinny Woodall Career Wikipedia
After 10 years in marketing, Woodall met Susannah Constantine, with whom she collaborated on a weekly fashion column for The Daily Telegraph in 1994. As a result, they started their own online fashion advising business and published their first fashion advice book.
In 2001, the BBC commissioned them to broadcast What Not to Wear. The next year, Woodall and Constantine published What Not to Wear, which won a British Book Award and went on to sell over 670,000 copies. They co-wrote 11 fashion advice books, several of which went on to become best-sellers in the United Kingdom and the United States and have sold over 3 million copies worldwide. Trinny & Susannah’s Original Magic Knickers, their shapewear line, was debuted in 2003 and is now offered in 30 countries across the world.
Woodall and Constantine went to ITV in 2006 to headline Trinny & Susannah Undress… and Undress the Nation, after co-hosting What Not to Wear for five seasons and appearing as style and makeover advisers on The Oprah Winfrey Show. They launched their own Littlewoods clothing line in 2007, along with their fifth fashion advice book, The Body Shape Bible, after becoming the faces of Littlewoods Direct. They started their International Makeover Mission series in 2009. In the nineties, they shot around 20 series. They’ve done it.
Trinny Woodall What Not To Wear
Woodall rose to notoriety as a co-host and fashion advisor on the BBC television program What Not to Wear for five seasons. From 2001 until 2005, she and Constantine worked on the show, combining their fashion experience to improve the dress sense of the candidates chosen for the show. Woodall and Constantine became known as Trinny and Susannah as a result of their roles in What Not to Wear.
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Woodall and Constantine were nominated for a Royal Television Society Award in the category of best factual presenter in 2002 for their work on What Not to Wear. In both 2002 and 2003, the show was nominated for the BAFTAS Features Award.
With the success of What Not to Wear on BBC America, Woodall joined Constantine on The Oprah Winfrey Show as a makeover and fashion consultant, where they presented fashion advice and recommendations on how to improve overall appearance, often using themselves to demonstrate the principles.
Woodall and Constantine have revealed that they have dressed in excess of 5,000 women over the course of their careers. They have adopted the attitude that dressing to complement body shape is important, on which subject Woodall has commented “If you want to make the best of yourself you don’t necessarily need to diet – you need to wear the right stuff.
Trinny Woodall Youtube
Woodall presently runs her Youtube channel where she focuses on makeup application and makeovers. Follow this link to check out some of Trinny’s Youtube content.