Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

Broadcaster presenter

Eddie Mair

Eddie Mair’s net worth is $3 million.

Eddie Mair

Who is Eddie Mair?

Eddie Mair is a Scottish broadcaster, presenter, and political analyst who has worked as a radio and television presenter for the BBC. Eddie Mair was named the 28th most powerful LGBT person in 2013 by The Independent on Sunday’s Pink List.

Eddie Mair – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Eddie Mair was born on November 12, 1965, in Dundee, Scotland, and is now 57 years old.

His father was a truck driver, while his mother was a nurse. He has no brothers or sisters.

His nationality is British, and he is of undetermined ethnicity.

Eddie attended Braview Academy in Dundee, Scotland, for his education.

He did not attend any universities and even turned down a university position to work at a small radio station.

Net Worth of Eddie Mair? Salary, Earning

Mair’s annual compensation is estimated to be between $350,000 and $400,000.

As of 2022, Eddie Mair’s net worth is expected to be around $3 million.

Facts of Eddie Mair

Age: 57 years
Birth Date: November 12, 1965
Full Name: Eddie Mair
Net Worth: $3 million
Profession Broadcaster, presenter, and political analyst

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Eddie Mair is gay and currently resides in Harrow, North West London, with his partner Paul Kerney.

Paul is a journalist who works for BBC Online. 

They met at a BBC annual party and began dating soon after.

They began living together as a couple after some time, and they are expected to marry soon.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Eddie Mair’s bodily measurements, such as height and weight, are unknown.

Eddie Mair is a Scottish broadcaster, presenter, and political analyst. Source: The Guardian

His hair is salt and pepper in tone, and his eyes are light brown.

Eddie Mair – Professional Career

Mair’s career began with Radio Tay, a local radio station in Dundee.

In 1987, he began working for the BBC as a sub-editor.

He then became a presenter for Good Morning Scotland and Reporting Scotland.

In addition, he hosted Breakaway, a popular weekly program on BBC Radio 4.

Mair rose to prominence as the host of Broadcasting House from 1998 to 2003, when he succeeded PM and Fi Glover.

Mier has also worked as a presenter for BBC Two’s Newsnight and BBC Three’s 7 O’Clock News.

He was also the first host of the BBC’s Time Commanders. 

He has also appeared as a guest on four episodes of BBC One’s The One Show with Alex Jones.

On August 17, 2018, Mair conducted his final PM program and announced his departure from LBC.

Eddie then took over the Drivetime Show on LBC from Iain Dale and began hosting the show from Monday to Friday from 4-6 pm.

Eddie Mair: Honors and Nominations

Mair has received numerous honors for his work. 

At the Sony Radio Academy Awards in 2005, he received the News Journalist Award.

He has also won the Sony Award for Speech Broadcaster of the Year and Best Breakfast Show, and he has been nominated for two Sony Awards for Midday with Mair.

Similarly, he received a Gold medal at the Sony Radio Academy Awards for his famous interview with Julie Nicholson, as well as another Gold award for the PM program’s coverage of Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak’s resignation.

Eddie Mair – Social Media Status

Eddie has approximately 82.7K Twitter followers.

He is not active on other social media platforms such as Facebook or Instagram.

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Quick Facts of Eddie Mair

  • Eddie is a Scottish broadcaster, presenter, and political commentator.
  • He has worked as a presenter on BBC radio and television.
  • Eddie was recorded as the 28th most powerful LGBT individual at The Independent on Sunday’s Pink List of the year 2013.
  • He was born on 12 November 1965 in Dundee, Scotland which makes him 57 years old today.
  • Eddie joined BBC as a sub-editor in 1987.
  • He then went on to be a presenter for Good Morning Scotland and also Reporting Scotland.
  • Eddie was also the original host of the BBC series Time Commanders.
  • He has guest-presented four editions of The One Show with Alex Jones on BBC One.