Christian Fraser Married, Wife, Personal Life, Family, BBC, Age, Bio

Date: 06 Aug, 2017

Christian Fraser Married, Wife, Personal Life, Family, BBC, Age, Bio

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1967-11-13
Nationality British
Profession Broadcaster
Marital Status Married
Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Social Media Twitter
Children/Kids Not Yet
Education Leeds Metropolitan University

Award-winning journalist Christian James Fraser is a British writer and a BBC broadcaster, who specializes in news and current affairs. He was nominated in the News Journalist of the Year category at the Sony Radio Awards.

Although his professional achievements are apparent, his personal life is not as transparent as he prefers to keep the information away from the spotlight. Anyway, it came to the limelight that Christian is married. 

Low-Key Married Life

Christian has always kept a low-key when it comes about his married life. However, his tweet on 8 June 2017, hints that he has a wife to whom he loves a lot and shares a special connection with her.

As back on 8 June 2017, Christian tweeted a post to his wife where he wrote that he broke a date with his wife to have dinner with the President and wished he would have been with his wife that day.

Despite his low-key family life, Christian has not missed a chance to tweet about his children as well as his wife.

Back on 21 December 2016, he tweeted regarding his nine years old daughter and said his daughter had suddenly become a ‘grandtour’ fan.

Christian gushes about son via a tweet on 28 March 2018 (Photo: Christian James Fraser's Twitter)

Similarly, on 28 March 2018, Christian tweeted about his son. However, the detailed information about his wife and children are kept out of the spotlight. He usually does not talk much about his private matters in the public and media.

Christian’s Bio, Career

The writer was born on 13 November 1973 in Burnley, Lancashire and is of 44 years of age.  He graduated in Spanish and Business Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University.

After graduation, he joined Trinity Mirror as a trainee reporter served for the Sunday Mirror and the Daily Mirror in 1995. In 19996, he became a full staff correspondent on the Daily Mirror.

After that, he joined BBC in the year 2000 and his first day for Radio Five Live as an investigative reporter was for 9/11.

From 2002 to 2004, he reported on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Baghdad reporting on the transition, and the Welsh Guards in Al Amarah where British forces were battling the insurgency of Muqtada al-Sadr.

In 2005, Christian collected Gold at the Sony Radio Awards for Five Live's rolling coverage of The Tsunami, presented through the night. The same year, he got posted to Nairobi and reported on the wars in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Southern Sudan.

Christian, who stands at an average height, was nominated in the News Journalist of the Year category at the Sony Radio Awards in 2006. After he got moved to Rome, he then became the BBC's correspondent for almost two years and reported on the war in Lebanon.

In 2007, he covered the murder of Meredith Kercher and the trial of Amanda Knox in Italy. In the year 2010, Christian covered the revolution in Egypt for BBC TV and was appointed as the BBC's correspondent in Paris that year.

In the year 2011, he reported on the war in Libya. And in 2015 and 2016, he presented live coverage of the unfolding terrorist attacks in France and Belgium. He now presents for the BBC News Channel, BBC World, BBC Breakfast and Radio 4's PM programme.

With his successful career, Christian being a British writer and a BBC broadcaster has amassed an enormous amount of salary from his job. However, like his personal information, he has also kept the details of  his net worth under the veil.