Nina Hossain is a British journalist and presenter who was employed by ITN as a min newscaster on ITV Lunchtime News and lead anchor on ITV News London. Furthermore, she has also appeared in the movie Trauma along with Colin Firth.
Nina Hossain was born on December 15, 1973, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England under the birth sign of Taurus. As per his nationality, he is British and belongs to the mixed ethnicity of White and Bangladeshi.
She was born to a Bangladeshi father and an English Mother. Her father’s name is Dr. Tabarek Hossain who was a psychiatrist with a specialism in alcoholism. Her mother Pamela Hossain was a nurse.
She attended the University of Durham and graduated from there with a degree in the field of Journalism. Furthermore, she has also a Postgraduate Diploma degree in the field of Broadcast Journalism from the University of Central Lancashire.
Nina Hossain, aged 43 has been full of ups and downs in her relationship. However, she was a married woman. She married Craig O’Hara in 1996.
They were in a relationship for 8 years, something went wrong in their relationship and got divorced in 2004. The reason behind their divorce has not been revealed yet. They were also blessed with three children, Will Ridley Thomas, Nate Thomas, and Clara Thomas.
During an interview, when talking about having children she stated that
“We are both absolutely thrilled. We know we’ll be really busy, but we are really looking forward to having another baby.”
After her divorce, she moved on her life and met a former editor of ITV”s London Tonight regional News Programme, Stuart Thomas. Since 2005, she is living together along with three children.
Nina Hossain has an estimated net worth of $4 million. As a Journalist and presenter, she was able to collect a good amount of money.
According to some online source, she earns a handsome salary which is estimated to be around $200,000 while working as a news reader at ITV. After she worked at the BBC, she earned between £550,000 to £749,999.
However, in London journalist with up to five years of experience makes about £25,000, while those with a decade’s experience make around £35,00 to £40,00.
In 199, Nina was chosen for a traineeship at ITV Broder on Lookaround where she was a news presenter, producer, and reporter. Later in 2000, she became a presenter for The Medical Channel.
Following year, she became a presenter and reporter for BBC London News on BBC London. In March 2004, she became the main presenter on the program after Emily Maitlis left the program.
She also worked for Hard Spell on BBC One. In November 2004, she worked for ITV Evening News. Later in 2010, she guest-presented for GMTV. Until now she has worked with many networking communities.
Besides, in 2004, she has also appeared in movie Trauma. Furthermore, she is also the charity ambassador for Whizz-Kidz, doing the 2017 Virgin London Marathon to raise funds for them.