Fiona Bruce Bio, Age, Education, Husband, Kids, BBC News, Net Worth

Fiona Bruce

Fiona Bruce Biography

Fiona Bruce is a British journalist, newsreader, and television presenter. She has recently taken on the role of Chair for the BBC’s flagship programme Question Time and is the BBC news’ most senior female anchor, having presented the six and ten o’clock news since 1999. She has also presented The Antiques Roadshow (BBC1) since 2007 and the BBC’s most successful arts series Fake or Fortune since 2000.

Fiona Bruce Age

Fiona Elizabeth Bruce was born on 25th April, 1964, Singapore State, Malaysia

Fiona Bruce Height

Fiona stand at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Fiona Bruce Education

Bruce was educated at Gayton Primary School in Wirral, the International School of Milan, and then from the age of 14 until 18 attended Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College in New Cross, London. Bruce studied French and Italian at Hertford College, Oxford.

Fiona Bruce Nationality

Bruce is a British Singaporean.

Fiona Bruce Parents

Bruce has not diclosed her parents names, however, she was born to an English mother and a Scottish father, who had a long career at Unilever, becoming a regional managing director.

Fiona Bruce Siblings

Bruce has two siblings; Alasdair Bruce and Neil Bruce.

Fiona Bruce Husband

Fiona is married to Nigel Sharrocks, Nigel Sharrocks, is a non-executive chairman of Digital Cinema Media, an advertisement agency with clients including Odeon, Vue and Cineworld, with the latter recently facing bankruptcy.

Fiona Bruce Children

Fiona and her husband Nigel Sharrocks have two children together, Mia Sharrocks and Sam Sharrocks.

Fiona Bruce BBC News

Fiona has hosted two series of the quiz, Hive Minds, for BBC4. Previously she presented Crimewatch from 1999 – 2007 and presented and reported on the prime time award winning current affairs series Real Story with Fiona Bruce, on BBC1, from 2003-2007. In 2001 Fiona became the first female presenter to be part of the General Election Results Programme. Fiona wrote and presented for BBC1 The Queen’s Palaces ( 2011 ), Victoria – A Royal Love Story ( 2010 ) and Leonardo ( 2012 ). She has written and presented documentaries about Lord Alan Sugar, Bill Gates and Cherie Blair and perhaps most notably she presented ITV’s Prince Philip at 90 for which she interviewed Prince Philip.

Bruce has often been outspoken regarding her commitment to feminism, expressing concern at a 2006 poll that suggested almost three-quarters of women no longer saw feminism as necessary; “The contradictions are still there [in society] which is why I think feminism is still very relevant for me and it’s just such a shame that it’s become a byword for mustachioed, man-hating women from Lebanon.” Despite her firm views on the subject – including a “disappointment” in women who dislike working with other women she claims to have softened her feminist views from her university days, where she once ran an anti-pornography campaign.

Fiona started at the BBC as a researcher on the BBC Panorama programme in 1989. She became a reporter on the current affairs series Public Eye and First Sight before returning as a reporter to Panorama and then Newsnight. She is also a published author: ‘Savvy – the modern woman’s guide to doing all without risking it all’ was published in 2008 Fiona Bruce has facilitated numerous conferences, hosted awards and presented live from exhibitions.

Fiona Bruce Salary

Fiona earns an estimated annual salary of USD 150,000.

Fiona Bruce Net Worth

Fiona’s net worth is estimated to be USD 1 million.

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