|Full Name||Darren Tullet|
|Birth Name||Darren Tullet|
|Date of Birth||June 2,1965|
Darren Tulett is an English journalist who presents and makes football news on the French television channel. At present, he is serving as a presenter and hosts a variety of sports programs on beIN Sports, where he joined in February 2012.
Darren Tulett is a France based English sports journalist.
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Previously, he worked for the French premium television channel Canal +, where he worked for ten years. During his for the network, he presented teh show Match of ze day derived from the BBC sports show "Match of the Day."
Darren Tulett is currently living a blissful marital life with his girlfriend turned wife, Magali Falconetti. He met his spouse through one of their mutual friends.
Married for over twenty years now, Darren has a great love for his wife and credits his sweetheart for helping him pursue journalism.
Darren Tulett is blissfully married to his wife Magali Falconetti.
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From their marriage, the lovely couple shares two children, both of who are daughters. His spouse gave birth to both of their kids in France. At present, the family lives a contented life in the city of Paris.
Darren Tulett has two daughters from his marraige.
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The former Canal+ presenter is like a celebrity in France but likes to keep the information of his family life private. Although active on Instagram and Twitter, he does not share anything on his personal life on it and only posts work-related stuff.
From his many years of career in journalism, Darren Tulett boasts a net worth of $2 million. By contrast, his colleague at beIN Sports Jean-Charles Sabattier has a net worth of $3 million.
On average, the annual salary of a sports journalist at beIN Sports is $66,208. For someone who has been working in the field for many years, Tulett surely earns hefty payroll from his service.
When Darren Tulett began his career as a sports journalist, he worked for various news companies in England. He was offered a job of an English teacher in France and took it.
The 55-year-old, however, had an immense desire to become a journalist and applied for Bloomberg News in London and succeeded in getting the job of a sports reporter.
Check out the clip of Darren Tulett talking about football in French!
Tulett and his wife decided to live in France for which he got approval and started working for Bloomberg from France. During that time, he reported the 1998 World Cup, Tour de France, and the French Open to Bloomberg News.
Dareen joined Canal+ in 2002 and worked for a decade. Afterward, he went to Al Jazeera's beIN Sports channel and has been there since. He is one of the presenters of the show "Lunch Time."
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