Sara Cox

Sara Cox


12/13/1974, Bolton, Greater Manchester, England, UK

Birth Name

Sarah Joanne Cox


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Sara left school at the age of 18, but despite gaining four A-level passes, she decided to pursue a career in modelling rather than becoming a student. It was while modelling that she was first scouted for television, by the producers behind The Girlie Show in 1994. No…more


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    • Sara: (On 'The Album Chart Show') It's really wonderful to be part of this show, especially as it has such credibility and respect within the music industry. The acts who performed in the first two series were first class, so I can't wait to get into the studio and start recording the third series with the team.

    • Sara: Radio 1 has been a massive part of my life for seven years,I love it! They will never get rid of me. I'm sure they'll want to, then I'll be a ghost rattling my chains around the place.

    • Sara: (On Radio 1) We're totally on top of the game, you've got to do more on the interweb and get active. You can't be lazy and expect people to tune in because there's so much competition now. I like to think One is, more than ever, ahead of the game. We try and provide the best music and entertainment and just really reach people.

    • Sara: (On her daughter Lola) She's always taken care of first, then after that there's work and whatever else. We just hang out, really, we're like ladies what lunch. To be honest, I don't know where my time goes, and I certainly don't know what I did with my time before I had a child.

    • Sara: I am never getting married. Maybe when we are 60 I might get married and have a little party at the old folks' home, but no.

    • Sara: To be honest, its a bit of a relief not having to be the party animal for a change. Because of the ladette image, I did feel a bit of pressure to always be the wild one, drinking and smoking.

    • Sara Cox: The thought of finally being able to have a lie-in is extremely appealing" - on being dropped from the Radio 1 breakfast show.