Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

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Carrie Gracie

Carrie Gracie’s net worth is unavailable.

Carrie Gracie

Who is Carrie Gracie?

Carrie Gracie is a journalist from Scotland. Carrie Gracie is currently employed by the BBC and was previously the China editor for BBC News. She began working as a trainee producer for the BBC World Service in 1987.

Carrie Gracie – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Carrie Gracie was born in 1962 in Bahrain. His father worked as an oil executive in Scotland. 

She was drawn to the field of journalism since she was a child. She is of Scottish descent. 

Furthermore, there is yet no precise information concerning her ethnic heritage.

In terms of schooling, Gracie attended the University of Edinburgh before taking a year out to operate her own restaurant.

She then earned a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the University of Oxford.

She also earned a BA in Chinese from the University of Westminster in 1996, followed by an MA in Design for Interactive Media from Middlesex University.

Net Worth of Carrie Gracie? Salary, Earning

Carrie Gracie’s salary in 2017 was £135,000. 

However, there is currently no precise information available on her projected net worth.

Facts of Carrie Gracie

Birth Date: 1962
Full Name: Carrie Gracie
Net Worth: N/A
Profession Journalist
Birth Place: Bahrain

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Carrie Gracie’s marriage has ended. Her ex-husband, Jin, is a Chinese rock drummer. 

There are no details about the couple’s marriage available.

Carrie has two children from her marriage to a Chinese rock musician. 

Both children attended a Chinese school for a term.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

When it comes to her body measurements, Carrie Gracie’s height and weight are unknown. 

Carrie Gracie is a journalist. Source: Daily Express

Her hair is blonde, and her eyes are dark brown.

Carrie Gracie – Professional Career

Gracie began her career as a BBC World Service correspondent, covering Africa, China, and the Asia-Pacific area.

Later, in 1991, she worked as a correspondent for the BBC World Service and then for domestic radio and television in Beijing. 

After returning to the UK in 1999, she worked as the principal morning presenter for the BBC News Channel on Tuesdays through Fridays for six years, alongside Simon McCoy.

Gracie has covered a number of significant events and news stories, including Deng Xiaoping’s death and the 1997 handover of Hong Kong.

She also contributed to the BBC’s coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, serving as a co-commentator for the opening and closing ceremonies.

She also appeared in the television show ‘This World.’ 

She also appeared as a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Today program in December 2017 and January 2018.

Gracie resigned as China editor for BBC News at the end of December 2017/beginning of January 2018, citing female pay inequality for the BBC’s worldwide editors. 

She afterward returned to her prior position in the BBC newsroom.

Carrie Gracie – Social Media Status

Gracie does not use Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

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Quick Facts of Carrie Gracie

  • Carrie is a Scottish journalist.
  • She is employed by the BBC and previously was the China editor for BBC News.
  • Carrie joined the BBC World Service in 1987 as a trainee producer.
  • She has also acted as a guest presenter of the BBC Radio 4 Today program in December 2017 and January 2018.  
  • As of 2017, Carrie has a salary of £135,000.