Fiona Bruce bio
Fiona Bruce is a British journalist, newsreader, and television presenter. She was born on April 25, 1964, in Singapore to a British family. She grew up in Italy and studied French and Italian at Hertford College, Oxford.
Fiona Bruce created history in 1999 as the first female host of the BBC Ten O’Clock News and again in 2001 as the first female to appear on the BBC general election results programme. Fiona Bruce is best known for her more than thirty years of hosting BBC news programs.
On April 25, 1964, Fiona Bruce was born in Singapore.
Fiona had frequently switched schools. She went to the International School of Milan’s Gayton Primary School. She then enrolled in Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College in New Cross, London, from the ages of 14 to 18. She went to Oxford’s Hertford College after graduating.
Subsequently, she studied in Paris at the University of London Institute.
Fiona began attending Haberdashers’ College in New Cross when she was 14 years old and continued there until she was 18.
As a model for the articles in the teenage girls’ magazine Jackie, Fiona appeared to be a multifaceted historical figure of her time.
At Hertford College, Fiona Bruce studied both French and Italian. Around the same time, Fiona performed in rock bands while wearing blue hair dye to pass for a punk.
Neil and Alasdair Bruce, Fiona’s two older brothers, raised her.
While attending the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College, Fiona began modeling for the teenage girl’s publication Jackie.
She joined Hertford College in Oxford after graduation and studied French and Italian there. She briefly adopted a punk persona during her time there, singing in rock bands and coloring her hair blue!
When her time in college was done, she was hired by a management consulting firm. She spent a year working there, but she did not enjoy it.
She has held positions with numerous organizations over the years, including those at Panorama, Morning News (1992), BBC South East, Newsroom South East, First Look, BBC2’s Public Eye (1994–1955), Newsnight, BBC One’s Real Story (2003–2007), BBC News at Ten, BBC News at Six, Crimewatch, etc.
Her estimated net worth is $3 million, and her annual salary is $486,000.
Nigel Sharrocks, the non-executive chairman of Digital Cinema Media, is Fiona’s husband.
Meet Fiona Bruce Parents, Rosemary Bruce And John Bruce
Fiona Bruce was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, to Scottish father John Bruce and English mother Rosemary Bruce.
Bruce’s Scottish father had risen through Unilever’s regional management ranks after starting as a postboy. The Bruce family had previously resided in the fishing community of Hopeman for several generations before that.