Who is Liz Bonnin Married to? What’s His Net Worth as of 2022?
Facts of Liz Bonnin
|Full Name:||Liz Bonnin|
|Birth Date:||September 16, 1976|
|Height:||5 feet 7 inches (1.70m)|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Nationality||French and Irish,|
|Education||Trinity College, Zoological Society of London and the Royal Veterinary College|
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Liz Bonnin is an Irish television presenter and former pop singer. She has worked on television in both Ireland and the United Kingdom. Also, she is a biochemist and Wild Animal Biologist. She presented music shows RI: SE and Top of the Pops in the early 2000s as well.
What is Liz Bonnin Nationality?
On 16 September 1976, born Elizabeth Bonnin in Paris, France to an Indian-Portuguese Trinidadian mother and father having a French-Martiniquan. She is the daughter of mother Bonnie Murray and father Russ Tamblyn a dentist. Then she moved to Ireland with her family when she was nine years old. Having French and Irish, Liz is of mixed ethnicity.
At an early age in school, she became enthralled with biology and chemistry. Then she got her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Trinity College located in Dublin. Also, she has a master’s degree in Wild Animal Biology from the Zoological Society of London and the Royal Veterinary College. She tracked tigers in Nepal on behalf of the school during her time with the Royal Veterinary College.
Her Family & Sister
She grew up with her older sister Benni Bonnin. She said that,
“I was extremely close to my granny, who passed away in 2003.” She has moved back to London and said in 2015, “It’s a big culture shock when I come back to London after a month away in somewhere like Botswana. I love walking in Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens just to look at the trees and breathe a little before adjusting to life back in the big city.”
Also, she is the role model for EDF Energy’s Pretty Curious program aimed at encouraging teenage girls to study science-based subjects at school. In a 2016 interview, she said
“FHM offered me a spread but I said no.”
Who is Liz Bonnin Married to?
The television presenter, Liz Bonnin has succeeded in keeping her personal life private as well as out of the spotlight. She often spends time in nature and traveled to various locations around the world. So it is hard to adjust to her personal life.
Caption: Liz Bonnin with her co-hosts (Photo: Instagram)Till now, she has been single and yet to be married. Bonnin is more focused on her professional career rather than involving in any sort of relationship. There was a rumor about Liz Bonnin’s relationship with her co-host Dallas Campbell. But later she denied the rumors which turned out to be only rumors. She is a model for the ‘Energy pretty curious Program’ by EDF which encourages teenage girls to study science-related subjects. Also, she is an avid animal lover.
What is the Net Worth of Liz Bonnin?
According to celebrity net worth, Liz Bonnin has an estimated net worth of $4 million as of 2022. She has been earning money from her working career. She is one of the most popular biochemists and wild animal biologists. According to reports, she used to has a net worth of $3 million in the year 2016.
Just in 3 years, she added $1 million from her working career. According to reports, she gets a high paid salary with sponsorships/Endorsement which amounts to $80 thousand. Also, she is living a luxurious life.
How tall is Liz Bonnin?
The television presenter Liz has a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall. While her body weighs around 53kg. She has black hair color with brown eyes color.
- She started her professional career by joining an Irish girl pop group ‘Chill’. However, their group was signed to Polydor but it broke up before recording.
- Then she moved to London in the year 2002 and was able to present on various TV channels. In the year 2004.
- she locked in a giant kennel along with other people in a stunt to launch the annual RSPCA week to raise awareness.
- Since 2005, she did various science broadcastings and presented shows like ‘Gadgets, Gadgets, Gadgets’ in 2005 and co-presented Bang Goes the Theory, the BBC science series from 2009 to 2014.
- In the year 2013, she presented the two-part documentary ‘Operation Snow Tiger’ and ‘Animal Odd Couples’ on BBC One. Also, she hosted some episodes of ‘Stargazing Live’ on BBC Two.
- In the year 2015, she co-hosted a series of three programs, ‘Big Blue Live’ for BBC.
- She featured in a BBC Two Horizon program ‘Should We Close Our Zoos?’ where she reported on issues concerning zoos in 2016.
- In December 2016, she featured on BBC’s ‘Who do you think you are?’.