Mary Nightingale is a British Journalist who was born on 26 May 1963 in Scarborough (UK), is a Newsreader. Learn Mary Nightingale’s biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affairs, family and career updates. Find out how much she spends on money and how rich she is in this year. Learn how she earned her most net worth at the age of just 57.
Mary Nightingale Height, Weight & Measurements
Mary Nightingale has an attractive personality with a stunning body. Her height is 5 feet 5 inches and weighs around 57 kg. Furthermore, both eyes and hair color is brown. Her body measurement is 37-25-36 inches. Her dress size is 8 (US).
Who Is Mary Nightingale’s Husband?
Her husband is Paul Fenwick (m. 2000). Moreover, her past dating history is not known.
Mary Nightingale Net Worth
In 2020-2021, her net worth has increased significantly. What is Mary Nightingale’s net worth at 58? Mary Nightingale is a successful entrepreneur. She is British. We calculated Mary Nightingale’s net worth, salary, income, assets, and net worth.
|Real Name||Mary Nightingale|
|Birthday||26 May 1963|
|Height||approx 5 feet 5 inches|
|Weight||approx 57 Kg|
|Body Stats||approx 37-25-36 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||34 C|
|Shoe Size||6 (US)|
|Net Worth||$500 K – $600 K|
Mary Nightingale Timeline
It was announced that Nightingale would be the only presenter for ITV Evening News beginning January 2017.
She presented William & Kate: The South Seas Tour to ITV on 23 September 2012.
Nightingale also appeared on several ITV programs, including Holidays Undercover 2006, The Girl Who Would be Queen (2006), and Diana – A Service of Thanksgiving 2007.
In 2002, she broke the news of the death of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
She won the TRIC Awards for “Newscaster Of The Year” in 2002 and 2004.
Nightingale has been married since April 2000 to Paul Fenwick, the former Human Resource director of Trailfinders. Two children were born to them.
Until April 1999, Nightingale was co-presenter with Alastair Stewart of London News Network’s flagship news programme London Tonight and was the sole presenter of London Today, Carlton’s lunchtime news bulletin. She also presented the London Tonight late news bulletins daily.
Nightingale was the anchor of ITV’s holiday program Wish You Were Here …?. From 1999 to 2001, Nightingale hosted the ITV holiday program Wish You Were Here…? and presented The Really Good Food Show.
Nightingale was also a presenter for Reuters Financial Television’s early morning financial program in 1994.
She was also the presenter of Carlton Country, a documentary series about rural life, and the BBC One Holiday Programme. She was the first presenter of After 5, the London News Network’s early-evening program, in May 1994. She was a co-presenter for ITV’s 1991 coverage of the Rugby World Cup in Britain and France. In 1995, she presented the following tournament from South Africa on the evening highlights program. Nightingale hosted BBC Two’s Ski Sunday in 1996.
Mary Nightingale, born 26 May 1963, is a British newsreader and TV presenter. She is best known as a newsreader on ITV News and as a presenter for Britain’s Best Dish, a daytime cookery show.