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Overview (2)

Born in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UK
Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Chris was born in Leeds on the 22nd of February 1974, to an Irish mother and an English dad (Chris Moyles, who works for the Post Office. He began his radio career working for a hospital radio station in his hometown Leeds, before joining Aire FM at the tender age of 16. He then worked for various radio stations, including Chiltern, Luxembourg, and Capital FM, before landing his dream job at BBC Radio One in 1997, with his comedy sidekick Dave Vitty. His abrasive style has led to him upsetting most of the other Radio One DJs at some point, most notably Mark Goodier and Nicky Campbell. Chris has turned down two offers to join Virgin Radio, by its owner Chris Evans who is a fan of Moyles. He was also offered a job presenting The Big Breakfast (1992) but turned it down as he didn't want to give up his radio show. Chris dated TV presenter Ana Boulter for a couple of years, but they split up in December 2001.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Angrydave72@aol.com

On September 21, 2015, Chris Moyles restarted his radio career by joining UK's newly re-branded Radio X (formerly XFM), as the host of their breakfast show from 6:30am to 10am, weekdays. His breakfast-time show started the new station on that date, being the first program to be broadcast on Radio X, part of the Capital Radio group, based in London, UK.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Lindy Reed Shukla

Trade Mark (1)

Is frequently rude to callers on his radio show, and cuts them off if they're boring.

Trivia (6)

British radio and television personality.
Has an elder brother called Kieron.
Supports Leeds United Football Club.
Featherstone Rovers' rugby league stadium is named the Chris Moyles Stadium in his honor.
In 2006, he was one of several BBC star presenters whose salaries were leaked to a national newspaper by a temporary agency worker at the corporation. Following this, the BBC Trust launched a review into whether the BBC was paying its stars above the market rate, which was published in 2008 and vindicated the corporation.
Son of Chris Moyles.

Personal Quotes (1)

The BBC is in a very weird state where they just don't want to upset anybody. Everything now needs to be signed, sealed and approved 18 times. We're not trying to change the world, but because radio is so dull, so boring and so formulaic, and anyone different - me or Jonathan (Jonathan Ross) - stands out. So the BBC is throwing down rules and regulations on you and then the newspapers are saying certain things and you're just trying to juggle everything while keeping everyone happy at the same time. (Speaking in 2009)

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