Facts of George Alagiah
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||64 years old|
|Family Name :||Alagiah|
|Birth Country :||Sri Lanka|
|Birth Sign :||Scorpio|
|Birth Name||George Maxwell Alagiah|
|Hair Color||Salt and Pepper|
|Famous for||Presenter, newsreader, author|
|Married to||Frances Robathan (m. 1984)|
|TV Show||BBC Nine O'Clock News|
|Books||Passage to Africa B Pbp|
A British journalist as well as a presenter, newsreader, and an author, George Alagiah, is married to Frances Robathan since 1984. He is the son of an Engineer Donald Alagiah and Therese. George gained his education from Durham University. Back then during his college years, he used to write in the student newspaper, and he also earned an appointment as an editor within Palatinate after serving seven years of his time in a magazine.
George Alagiah became a part of BBC in the year of 1982. He is also a winner of “BAFTA” Award for reviewing Kosovo Conflict . He was also caught with a girl in a shopping store and was thought to be involved in an extra affair, but that was just a rumor in itself. There was also the rumor that he was getting a divorce from his wife because of colorectal cancer but the couple denied it. George has been happily married to Frances Robathan.