JONNIE Irwin shot to fame presenting Channel 4’s A Place in the Sun.
It helps those who are looking for their dream property. Here’s everything there is to know about the TV presenter.
Who is A Place In The Sun presenter Jonnie Irwin?
Jonnie Irwin is a presenter, business and real estate expert born on November 18, 1973.
He graduated from Birmingham City University in property management.
It features A Place in Sun and has seen some truly breathtaking locations over its nearly two decades on the show.
Irwin also presents episodes of BBC property shows Escape to the Country and writes a regular column for A Place in the Sun magazine.
How long has Jonnie Irwin been presenting A Place In The Sun?
Jonnie began presenting A Place in the Sun in 2004.
He presented alongside Jasmine Harman and the pair filmed over 200 episodes.
He also owns a few properties in the UK and had a facelift to the one in London in January 2021.
Johnnie has had a makeover in his lush north London neighborhood, but that’s not his real home, as he moved north after living in Hertfordshire for many years.
What other TV shows has he appeared on?
Irwin also presents episodes of BBC property shows Escape to the Country and To Buy or Not to Buy.
Irwin also presented the Escape to the Country spin-off, Escape to the Perfect Town.
In January 2011, Sky One aired Irwin’s own show called Dorm Lives for Sale, which saw him help people put their difficult pasts behind them and start a business.
In 2020 he launched a new series The Renovation Game which aired weekday mornings on Channel 4.
Is Jonnie Irwin married and does he have children?
Joannie has been married to his wife Jessica Holmes since 2016.
The couple have three boys, Rafa, Cormac and Rex.
In December 2020, the couple opened up to HELLO! adapt to the life of a family of five.
“It’s been a roller coaster,” Jonnie said at the time. “You could say I left it all pretty late in life. A friend of mine said ‘Jonnie Irwin, late starter, heavy finisher’, and that’s pretty much true!”
When was Jonnie Irwin diagnosed with cancer?
Jonnie was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2020, but he didn’t speak about it publicly until 2022.
He had only six months left to live when he was diagnosed with lung cancer that had spread to his brain.
Jonnie took medication as well as radiation and chemo.