Nina Warhurst Biography
Nina Warhurst is a Salford-based award-winning journalist who works as a Business presenter on BBC Breakfast. She began working as a journalist for BBC News in February 2010. She had worked on Channel 5, Channel M in Manchester, and Russia Today. She has also hosted BBC North West Tonight, BBC Sport, and BBC Sunday Politics.
Nina Warhurst Age
On October 1980, Nina Warhurst was born in Sale, Greater Manchester. She is 42 years old.
Nina Warhurst Height
Nina stands at a height of 5 feet and 2 inches/1.6m tall.
Nina Warhurst Education
Warhurst attended Altrincham’s Loreto Grammar School and Manchester’s St Bede’s College, where she majored in English Literature, History, and Politics. She then went on to study broadcast journalism at the University of Westminster. She also holds a Master of Arts degree in history and politics from Edinburgh University.
Nina Warhurst Family
Warhurst was born in Sale, Greater Manchester, and grew up in Salford. She always wanted to be a journalist since she was a child. She began to fantasize about a career with the BBC as soon as the BBC announced its intention to relocate jobs to Salford.
Nina Warhurst Husband
Warhurst is happily married to her husband Ted, a Manchester caterer. The pair met in Croatia in 2013 and married on March 21, 2014. Digby and Micheal are their children.
Nina Warhurst Salary
Nina annually receives a salary ranging between $52,000 -$56,000.
Nina Warhurst Net Worth
Warhurst has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million dollars,
Nina Warhurst Career
Nina began her media career in Moscow as a news desk producer for Russia Today. She worked as a Reporter/Presenter at The Guardian from 2007 to 2010. She has acted in movies like Heartbeat (1998), Butterfly Collectors (1999), and the Christmas special of Casualty (1997).
In 2010, She joined BBC East Midlands regional news to deliver East Midlands Today. In the same year, she also started working for BBC North West regional news, hosting BBC North West Tonight and Sunday Politics North West. She also reported for BBC Sport during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
She was appointed political editor at BBC North West in September 2016. She also did freelance work for BBC Breakfast. Nina also served as the primary business presenter for BBC Breakfast, following Steph McGovern in 2020. She also worked as a correspondent for ITN and Channel 5.