Mary Nightingale Biography
- Full Name: Mary Nightingale
- Gender: Female
- Age: 59 Years Old
- Birth Date: 1963 May 26th.
- Place Of Birth: United Kingdom
- Zodiac Sign: Geminis
- Salary: $ 97 K to $ 205 K
- Net Worth: $1 Million
- Marital Status: Married
- Husband: Paul Fenwick
- Height: 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 meters)
- Children: Not known
- Mother’s Name: Not known
- Father’s Name: Not Known
- Profession: Reporter/anchor
Mary Nightingale Age, Birthday
She is 59 years old as of 2022. Mary was born in Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England on 1963 May 26th. Thus, her next birthday will be on 26th May 2023 and her zodiac sign is Geminis
Mary Nightingale Husband
Nightingale is happily married to her better half, Paul Fenwick, a television producer, and the former Human Resource director of Trailfinders. The couple has been together since 2000. Mary and her husband, Paul are the proud parents of two children though their details are not out yet.
Mary Nightingale Education
Nightingale is a very learned woman. She studied at St Margaret’s School, an independent school for girls, near the Royal Devon and King Edward VI School in Totnes, Devon, and Exeter Hospital in Exeter, Devon. Then, Mary went and attained a BA in English from Bedford College, University of London, now merged with Royal Holloway, University of London
Mary Nightingale’s Parents, Siblings
Nightingale spent most of her childhood and youth in Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England. She has not mentioned any details concerning either her parents or if she has siblings. However, this section will be updated once the actual details are out.
Mary Nightingale and Weight
Nightingale has an estimated height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 70 kg.
Mary Nightingale Nationality/Ethnicity
Mrs.Paul is English by birth and she holds white Ethnicity.
Mary Nightingale Wikipedia
Nightingale is a presenter of the ITV Evening News (6:30). She began her television career at TV Tokyo, serving on World Business Satellite. She then proceeded to work for BBC World Service Television’s World Business Report as a presenter and writer, reporting economic and corporate news. In 1994, Mary also worked as a presenter for Reuters Financial Television on the early morning financial program. She operated for ITN in 1995, presenting weekend editions of their World News service.
She has also reported sporting events for the major UK television networks, such as the BBC Two’s Ski Sunday – for which she reported the 1996 World Skiing Championships in the Sierra Nevada. The following year, she co-presented the daily evening highlights program on the Rugby World Cup in South Africa for ITV.
Mary also co-presented the early evening local news program London Tonight with [[Alastair Stewart]] until April 1999. She also regularly showed up on the news network’s sister program London Today.
In 1999, Mary was promoted to ITV News as a relief presenter of various bulletins. She became ITV News’s main presenter at 6:30 (formerly ITV Evening News) in 2001. She is a relief presenter of the relaunched ITV News at Ten since 2008. Nightingale also covered The Royal Wedding on 29 April 2011.
Away from the newsroom, Mrs. Paul presented ITV’s flagship holiday program Wish You Were Here…? from 1999 to 2001 and also reported The Really Good Food Show, I-Spy, and Most Wanted.
Mary was awarded a prize for being Newscaster of the Year in the 2002 Television and Radio Industries Club (Tric) awards.
Mary Nightingale Salary
Nightingale holds an estimated salary of around $ 97 K to $ 205 K
Mary Nightingale’s Net Worth
Nightingale’s net worth is valued at around 1 million and above. However, her professionalism as a journalist is the main source of income.
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