Louise Lear Biography
This is what you need to know about Louise Lear is a British tv journalist. She has worked at BBC News, BBC World News and BBC Radio. Lear was also a regular forecaster on BBC News at Six and she presented BBC Breakfast on the weekends.
Louise Lear Age
Lear was born on December 14th, 1967. She is currently 53 years old as of 2020. Lear celebrates her birthday on December 14th of every year.
Louise Lear Height
Lear is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Louise Lear Family
Lear has not revealed any details concerning her family, it is unknown if she has parents or siblings. We will update this information once it is available.
Louise Lear Husband
Lear is married to Ian Lear whose an architect. They two are married with two children and reside in London.
Louise Lear Salary
Lear earns an annual salary of $ 300,000 dollars.
Louise Lear Net worth
Lear has an estimated net worth of $ 4 million dollars.
Louise Lear Education
Lear studied at Middlesex University where she graduated in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and Drama.
Louise Lear BBC
Following a stint as a researcher for the BBC for Children, Lear moved on to work as a sports broadcaster for an independent radio production firm, where he covered events such as the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. In 1992, Lear began her career as a weather presenter at Central Television, followed by two years at London’s LBC. She joined the UK Weather Channel when it first launched in 1996 and joined the BBC in April 1998.
Other BBC shows that Lear has hosted include Trading Up on BBC One. Lear was picked for the part because she and her husband have refurbished four homes in London, one of which was a cottage where they resided with their two small children. On BBC One’s Countryfile, she has delivered the weather forecast. In 2016, she remembered laughing during a BBC weather broadcast.
In 1992, she started her career as a weather presenter at Central Television in Nottingham, then moved on to LBC in London for two years before joining the Weather Channel when it launched on cable and satellite in 1996.
Louise Lear Social Media
Think I’ve got to apologise to @94BenWesley and his cronies for verbally harassing him…
— Louise Lear (@LouiseLearBBC) December 7, 2013