Sarah Lucinda Beeny was born on 9 January 1972 in Reading, Berkshire, England.
She is an English broadcaster and entrepreneur.
Beeny is renowned for hosting several property shows including Double Your House For Half the Money and Sarah Beeny’s Selling Houses.
Beeny attended an all-girls boarding school called Luckley-Oakfield School in Wokingham.
Her desire to become an actress led her to enroll at Queen Mary’s College where she studied drama but failed to into a drama school.
Her mother died of breast cancer when she was only 10 years old.
At age 17, Sarah traveled the world all by herself and returned to take up jobs like window-cleaning and operating her own sandwich business.
Beeny used the money saved from her sandwich business for a property development business with her brother and now husband.
She was introduced to television presenting by the sister-in-law of Sarah Delafield-Cook who was a talent hunter at Talkback Thames.
Beeny writes a weekly column on properties for the Mail on Sunday.
Sarah Beeny Health: What Type Of Cancer Does Sarah Beeny Have?
Sarah Beeny has breast cancer. Her mother Ann Beeny who died at the age of 39 also suffered the same illness.
Sarah Beeny revealed that she started a course of chemotherapy to treat the illness.
Sarah confessed that she was left in shock after she heard the news of the condition of the body. She also hinted that she will be going under the knife and have radiotherapy in the New Year.
Despite the new development, Sarah Beeny will continue to work and host her shows; Help! My House Is Falling Down and Sarah Beeny’s New Life In The Country.