Kasia Madera Biography
Kasia Madera is a British journalist and news presenter who works for the BBC News Channel, BBC World News, and BBC One. She also anchors Newsday and World News Today for the BBC.
Kasia Madera Age
Kasia Madera was born in London, England on October 4, 1975. She is 46 years old.
Kasia Madera Height
Kasia’s height is 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Kasia Madera Family
Kasia was born and raised in London, England, in the United Kingdom. Mr. Madera, her father, and Alina, her mother, have a daughter named Kasia. She was also raised in a Polish-speaking family. Her father, however, died of a heart attack when Kasia was six years old.
Kasia Madera Husband
Kasia Russell is happily married to Simon Russell. Kasia and her husband are also the proud parents of two sons, George and Henry. Furthermore, the couple lives in Hammersmith, west London, with their two children.
Kasia Madera Education
Kasia attended Queen Mary and Westfield Colleges at the University of London, where she majored in French and politics. Kasia also earned a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism from City University London.
Kasia Madera Salary
Kasia annually earns a salary of $100,000.
Kasia Madera Net Worth
Kasia’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Kasia Madera Career
Kasia works for the BBC as a news presenter and one of the main anchors of Newsday, a news program that airs during primetime in the United States. She also anchors the evening and overnight newscasts on BBC World News, BBC News Channel, and BBC One. She also anchors World News Today for the BBC on Fridays.
Newsday won the Best News Programme category at the 2017 Asian TV Awards while working for the BBC. She has been with the BBC since 2002, and she has covered the death of Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa, on a special rolling news program that is simulcast across all BBC News output.
She also covered the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony, when the channel had its highest-ever viewing figures. She also has extensive experience reporting on terrorist attacks and election coverage. As a result, she is adaptable and versatile in any situation involving breaking news.
She was one of a few specially selected VIP guests who met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at a private function during her career as a news presenter. During the casual conversation, Prince William revealed that he regularly watches Kasia and BBC World News. She has also hosted a number of black-tie award ceremonies.