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Matt Zarb-Cousin

Matt Zarb-Cousin has been deemed as a force to be reckoned due to his brilliant work as a spokesperson. The former spokesman for Jeremy Corbyn has been achieving feats in his career, as everyone can see.

With his campaign called Clean Up Gambling, a non-profit campaign is being directed and run successfully by him. The Clean-Up Gambling advocates for fairer gamblings to be put in place. Here are a few personal facts on Matt Zarb-Cousin, keeping aside his professional career for once.

NameMatt Zarb-Cousin
BirthdayFebruary 2
Age30 years old
GenderMale
Height
NationalityBritish
ProfessionDirector of AMZC
Net WorthUnder review
Married/SingleEngaged
WifeAlexandra Monte (Fiancee)
EducationUniversity of Birmingham
Instagrammattzarb
Twitter@mattzarb

10 Facts on Matt Zarb-Cousin

  1. Matt Zarb-Cousin (born on 2 February 1990) is the director of AMZC. His age is 30 years old. And, his zodiac sign is Aquarius.
  2. Starting off with the details of his parents, he had mentioned that his father is Maltese. Likewise, his mother, on the other hand, is half-Maltese.
  3. He is yet to have a Wikipedia bio. Until then, these facts here in this article might come in handy in order to get to know him.
  4. Matt got engaged to his girlfriend, Alexandra Monte. Turns out, the beautiful fiancee of his is a student at the London School of Economics.
  5. You may have known already that he is a former spokesman for Jeremy Corbyn. And, now, he has shifted towards as being the spokesperson for the campaign of Clean Up Gambling.
  6. He is of British nationality. In the same way, Matt belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.
  7. The estimated net worth as of 2020 acquired by him remains to be reviewed. However, for now, this information has not been reported by any reliable sources on the internet.
  8. Matt Zarb-Cousin is the co-founder of Gamban and the former director at Real Change Lab.
  9. His username on the Instagram account is @mattzarb. And, he has more than 2.9 K followers.
  10. He had gone to the University of Birmingham for his higher education.