Julie Etchingham Biography
- Full Name: Julie Anne Etchingham
- Gender: Female
- Age:52 Years Old
- Birth Date: 1969 August 21st
- Place Of Birth: United Kingdom
- Zodiac Sign: Leo
- Salary: $ 65 K to $ 165K.
- Net Worth: $1 Million
- Marital Status: Married
- Husband: Nick Gardner
- Height: 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 meters)
- Children: James Gardner/ Not known
- Mother’s Name: Not known
- Father’s Name: Not known
- Profession: Reporter/anchor/Actress
Julie Etchingham Age, Birthday
She is 52 years old though she will be turning 53 in August 2022. Julie was born in Leicester, Leicestershire, England, the UK on 1969 August 21st. Accordingly, she blows off her birthday candles on the 21st of August every year and her zodiac sign is LEO.
Julie Etchingham Husband
Etchingham is happily married to her better half, Nick Gardner, the television producer. They met each other on the set of BBC Newsround. Julie and Nick got married in 1997 (25 years). The duo is the proud parents of two sons, James Gardner though the son’s name is not specified. Tames and his brother were born in Hammersmith and Fulham, London.
Julie Etchingham Education
Etchingham is a very learned woman. She studied at the city’s English Martyrs Catholic School. Then after that Julie attended Newnham College at the University of Cambridge where she attained a BA (Honours) degree in English.
Julie Etchingham Parents, Siblings
Etchingham has spent most of her childhood and youth in Leicester, Leicestershire, England, UK, where both parents were teachers. Details about her parents’ and siblings’ names will be out soon.
Julie Etchingham and Weight
Etchingham has an estimated height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 71 kg.
Julie Etchingham Nationality/Ethnicity
The ITV News presenter is British by birth and she holds unknown Ethnicity.
Julie Etchingham Wikipedia
Etchingham works as a presenter and reporter for ITV News at Ten. She also presents the general election leaders’ debates and the Tonight program for ITV. Julie has been working there since 2008. Prior to working at ITV News, she worked as the main news anchor at Sky News and BBC. During her time at Sky, she reported live from Thailand in the aftermath of the Boxing Day Tsunami, was on the air as the news of the 7/7 attacks unfolded, and traveled to the Falkland Islands to make a series of films on the 25th anniversary of the conflict. Julie joined the BBC in 1992 as a news trainee where she subsequently served as a reporter and presenter. She has written for The Sunday Times, The Guardian, New Statesman, The Telegraph, and The Sunday Telegraph.
She made history in 2015 as the 1st woman to moderate a General Election Leaders’ Debate – the only debate to feature all 7 Party leaders. Since 2010, Julie has performed major roles in ITV’s General Election, EU Referendum, and US Election coverage, and during the most recent UK election campaign; Julie conducted agenda-setting interviews with all 5 main party leaders for the Tonight program.