Mariella Frostrup Biography
Mariella Frostrup is a well-known British journalist and presenter, best known for her art programs on British television and radio. In 2019, she hosted a BBC Radio 4 show called Bringing Up Britain. She will join Times Radio in June 2020 to host a Monday-Thursday early afternoon show.
Times Radio features celebrity interviews as well as coverage of arts, culture, and social issues. She is currently the co-presenter of the documentary series Britain’s Novel Landscapes with Mariella Frostrup, which looks at how British landscapes have influenced some of the country’s most beloved authors.
Mariella Frostrup Age
Mariella Frostrup was born in Oslo, Norway on November 12, 1962. She is 60 years old.
Mariella Frostrup Height
Mariella stands at a height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6 m tall.
Mariella Frostrup Family
Mariella was born to a loving parent in Oslo, Norway. She is Peter and Joan Frostrup’s proud daughter. Mariella’s family moved to Ireland in 1969, when she was six years old, and settled in Kilmacanogue, a small village near Greystones in County Wicklow. Mariella’s Norwegian father, an alcoholic who died at the age of 44 when Mariella was 15, and her Scottish mother, an artist, both worked as journalists (including Foreign Editor) for The Irish Times. Mariella also has four siblings.
Mariella Frostrup Husband
Mariella is now married to human rights lawyer Jason McCue. In 2003, the couple married. They met during a charity trek in Nepal. Mariella and her husband Jason live in Somerset near Bruton (with a flat in London) and have two children, Molly McCue and Danny McCue. She was previously married to Richard Jobson, the former lead singer of the punk rock band Skids, from 1979 to 1984.
Mariella’s first husband was Richard Jobson, a Scottish filmmaker (director, writer, producer), television presenter, and former lead singer of the punk rock band Skids. From 1979 to 1984, they were married. Richard was born in Kirkcaldy and raised in Crosshill, Ballingry, Fife, as the son of a miner and a Rosyth Dockyard worker.
Mariella Frostrup Kid
Mariella has a daughter named Molly McCue, who has proven to be quite the critic, declaring the show’s giant underwater photographs of sculptures abandoned on the ocean floor to be the best. Her daughter also suggested that the entire collection be turned into an innovative underwater sculpture park.
Mariella Frostrup Salary
Mariella receives an amountful annual salary, however, she hasn’t revealed out the exact numbers that she gets, soon as we have clear data will update this part.
Mariella Frostrup Net Worth
Mariella’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Mariella Frostrup Career
Mariella wrote the book Cracking the Menopause: While Keeping Yourself Together. She and award-winning health journalist Alice Smellie have all the information you need, with a side of humour. This essential book distinguishes myths from reality and offers expertise, hope, and advice to equip you with the knowledge you need to manage your symptoms from perimenopause onward.
The book also starts a conversation about an urgent issue that will affect half of the population but that no one is talking about. She has worked as a travel writer for The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Observer, The Mail on Sunday, Harpers & Queen, and The New Statesman. Mariella was The Observer’s agony aunt on its relationships page for about 20 years, until 2021. She is also an art critic and has served on the Man Booker Prize, Orange Prize for Fiction, and Evening Standard British Film Awards judging panels.
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