Michaela Strachan Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth BBC

Michaela Strachan
Michaela Strachan

Michaela Strachan Biography

Michaela Strachan is an English singer and television presenter. Extreme Conservation, which appears on BBC World News and BBC Reel, will be hosted by her. Digging For Treasure: Tonight debuted on Channel 5 in August 2022.

She co-hosts the archaeology series alongside Dan Walker and Raksha Dave, an archaeologist. In 2014, she competed in the second season of the celebrity diving TV show Splash. In November 2013, she broadcast the six-part series The Great Penguin Rescue on the Eden channel.

Michaela Strachan Age

Michaela Strachan was born in Ewell, United Kingdom on April 7, 1966. She is 56 years old.

Michaela Strachan Height

Michaela stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.

Michaela Strachan Family

Her parents, Ian Strachan and Jo Strachan raised her in Ewell, Surrey. Michaela was raised in Hinchley Wood. Gary is her brother’s name.

Michaela Strachan Husband

In 1996, Michaela married filmmaker Duncan Chard, but the couple split five years later. On June 8, 2005, she gave birth to her son Oliver with partner Nick Chevallier. Chevallier’s three children live with the couple in Hout Bay, Cape Town.

Michaela Strachan Education

In Esher, she attended Chadsworth Stage School and then Claremont Fan Court School. Michaela struggled with anorexia in her adolescence. Later, while studying at ArtsEd in London, she worked briefly as an Avon lady and as a kissogram.

Strachan went on to work in theatre after her time at ArtsEd, before going on to children’s television. She performed in the musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at the Grand Theatre in Blackpool in 1984.

Michaela Strachan Salary

Michaela annually earns a salary of $83,450.

Michaela Strachan’s Net Worth

Michaela’s approximate net worth is $1 million.

Michaela Strachan Career

Extreme Conservation, which appears on BBC World News and BBC Reel, will be hosted by Michaela. She joined The Really Wild Show, a BBC1 nature program for children, in 1993. Before the program was reintroduced as a primetime Sunday evening program in April 2009, she was a frequent correspondent for Countryfile on BBC One for many years.

Her relocation to South Africa stopped her from completely committing to the new show. She entered the World Gurning competition at Egremont Crab Fair in 2002 while recording an item for Countryfile. She won the Ladies’ World Gurning Crown, much to her astonishment.

She co-hosted BBC Two’s Autumnwatch with Chris Packham and Martin Hughes-Games in late 2011. It was given for the first four weeks by the National Arboretum in Westonbirt.

It was shown for the final four weeks from the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust’s Slimbridge reserve. Kate Humble was replaced by Michaela in that series. She has also filled in for Humble on Springwatch since 2012 when Humble left to pursue other pursuits.

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