BBC presenter Stephen Nolan is most probably single these days. However, he has an amazing professional life as a presenter and host on radio and television.
Stephen Nolan is a popular Northern Irish television and radio host working for BBC Radio Five Live and BBC Northern Ireland. He is very successful in his career but his personal life is a bit mystery.
Stephen, 44, is still not married but is he dating anyone? Know his personal life and career over here!
Stephen Nolan and his Dating Life
Stephen is most probably single at this time with no news of him dating someone.
Either he is not in any relationship or he is hiding from the world which is why we can say that his dating life is a bit mysterious.
BBC presenter Stephen Nolan, Source: Belfast Telegraph
He is a workaholic and loves working all the time, however, after crossing the age of 40, he is little concerned about other things as well. He said:
"I do still work seven days a week but I'm changing quite radically and fundamentally in terms of how I live now."
He similarly loves traveling and especially loves to visit Santa Monica, California. He said:
"I want to spend quite a lot of time over there. I've been bitten by the travel bug. I don't know if that is something that comes with getting older, but I do really enjoy seeing a bit of the world now, learning more about it."
"Even as I say that out loud, I'm aware that it sounds cheesy and that my 20-year-old self would say 'wise up' but that's how I feel now."
As of now, he is still not married and enjoying his single life.
Stephen Nolan: Know his Career
Nolan had a great desire to work for the BBC in past. Since the year 2003, he worked for BBC NI presenting The Stephen Nolan Show on BBC Radio Ulster.
He presented his own phone-in show for BBC Radio Five Live and Question Time Extra Time on BBC One. He was one among few Northern Irish working in the channel.
He participated in a charity "boxing" match for Children in Need. He was knocked down from a stray uppercut from Gerry Anderson.
The radio personality was featured on Chris Moyles' Radio 1 Breakfast Show in May 2008.
Nolan also dedicated himself in several television shows. He worked in a weekly TV debate and phone-in show called Nolan Live on BBC Northern Ireland.
Fair Play was a weekly consumer watchdog program including "Mission Employable", a series focused on the group of unemployed people helping them to get a dream job.
He presented some other shows including Panic Attack, The Wright Stuff, and Story of a Lifetime.
The Dancing on Ice host has net assets of £618,000 with £529,115 in the bank as of 2013.
Quick Facts about Stephen Nolan
- Born on 20 August 1973 in Shankill, Northern Ireland.
- Studied at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution and Queen's University Belfast; studied French and Business Studies.
- Won twelve Sony Radio Academy Awards, with seven gold with the most golds in the history of the awards.
- Won The Speech Programme Award of the Year 2006 for The Stephen Nolan Show.
- Also the Royal Television Society's Regional Presenter of the Year Award in 2005 and 2006.
- Nominated for the National Presenter Award in 2008.
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