Kate Humble Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows

Kate Humble is a famous English television presenter and narrator, mainly serving the BBC, specializing in wildlife and science programs. Before that, Humble served from 2009 until 2013 as President of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

She is also an ambassador for the UK walking charity Living Streets. In November 2020, Kate was included in the BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour Power list 2020.

Kate Humble Age

Kate Humble was born in Wimbledon, London, England, on December 12, 1968. She is 53 years old and celebrates her birthday on December 12, every year.

Kate Humble Height

Humble is a woman of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).

Kate Humble Education

She attended and graduated with a high school diploma from Abbey School in Reading. Following leaving school Humble traveled through Africa from Cape Town to Cairo, doing various jobs such as waitressing, driving safari trucks, and serving on a crocodile farm.

Kate Humble Family

Kate was born to her caring parents Nick Humble an IBM employee, and Diana (née Carter) in Wimbledon, London. She is the granddaughter of Bill Humble, a famous pre-Second World War aviator.

Humble is also the great-great-great granddaughter of Joseph Humble, colliery manager of Hartley Colliery at the time of the Hartley Colliery disaster. She has a brother named Charlie Humble. Together they grew up in Bray in Berkshire.

Kate Humble Husband

She is married to her handsome husband called Ludo Graham a British television producer and director. The couple first met when Kate was aged 16, and married in 1992, in Newbury, Berkshire, when Kate was 23. In 2007, the couple moved from Chiswick, West London, to the village of Trellech in the Wye Valley, where they had wanted to live for “a very long time”. Kate now owns her own farm following working on Lambing Live,

Kate Humble Net Worth

Humble has an estimated net worth of $7 million.

Kate Humble Career

From 2000 until 2005, She presented a BBC series called Rough Science, in which a number of scientists were set various challenges to be solved using basic tools and supplies. Her BBC television series, The Hottest Place On Earth, became a record for a month spent living with the Afar people in Ethiopia’s hostile Danakil Depression.

In August 2009, Humble presented a series of programs for the BBC in which she made a two-thousand-mile journey across the Middle East, after the ancient frankincense trade route of Arabia which first connected the Arab world with the West. The series culminates in her presenting frankincense, which she has carried over the journey, to be used in a Christmas service at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.

In March 2012, She co-presented with Dr. Helen Czerski a three-part BBC series, Orbit.  Kate co-presented Volcano Live with Professor Iain Stewart in July 2012. In 2017, She presented the BBC Two documentary series Extreme Wives with Kate Humble. In the first episode, Humble visited the Kuria people in Kenya and explored issues of polygamy and female genital mutilation. During the second episode, Kate spoke to members of the Haredi Orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem.

Kate Humble Movies and Tv Shows

– Holidays Out (1997)
– Holiday (1998–2000)
– The Essential Guide to Rocks (1998)
– Holiday: Fasten Your Seat Belt ’98 (1998)
– Top Gear Waterworld (1998)
– Holiday Snaps (1999–2001)
– Webwise (1999)
– Top Gear (1999–2000)
– Holiday on a Shoestring (2000–2001)
– [email protected] (2000)
– Chef SOS (2000)
– Shipwrecked (2000)
– Countryfile (2000–2004)
– Animal Park (2000–2009, 2016—)
– Rough Science (2000–2005)
– Holiday: You Call The Shots (2001–2003)
– Ever Wondered: Colour – Blissfully Blue (2001)
– Ever Wondered: Extremes – Surviving – Antarctica (2001)
– Rolf’s Amazing World of Animals (2001)
– City Hospital (2001–2004)
– Tomorrow’s World (2002)
– The Abyss: Live (2002–2003)
– Restoration (2003; series 1 final)
– The Murder Game (2003)
– Wild In Your Garden (2003)
– Test Your Pet (2004)
– Britain Goes Wild with Bill Oddie (2004)
– Amazon Abyss (2005)
– Animal Park – Wild in Africa (2005–2006)
– Springwatch (2005–2011)
– Best of Springwatch with Bill Oddie (2005)
– Autumnwatch (2006–2010)
– Seawatch (2006)
– The One Show (2006)

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