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Robert Fisk Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Mon Nov, 2015
Robert Fisk

Facts of Robert Fisk

Date of Birth: 1946 , July-12
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Name Alison Kosik
Nationality American
Ethnicity White Ethnicity
Profession TV Presenter
Working For CNN
Online Presence Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia
Father Esther Margaret Burnett
Mother Kadi Sesay
Birth Place/City Florida
Religion Christian
Net Worth Unknown
Eye Color Brown Dark
Hair Color Brown Light
Face Color White
Famous for Journalist
Married Yes
Married to N/A
Children Edward, Arthur and Tobin
Divorce Yes
Education The American University
Awards Not Yet
TV Show CNN Spot News
Siblings Andrew Cuomo, Madeline Cuomo, Margaret Cuomo
Birth Name Sara Elizabeth Ganim
Girlfriend Not Yet
Sisters Maria Cuomo Cole
Movies Skyfall
Weight in KG N/A
Nick Name Sara
Affair with Unknown
Body Measurements N/A
Breast Size 35B
Waist size 23
Hip Size 33
Boyfriend John Roberts (2009–)

Quick Timeline of Robert Fisk

1946 Born in Maidstone, Kent, England
1968 Graduated from Lancaster University
1972 Joined The Times
1989 Joined The Independent
1983 Gained a PhD from Trinity College, Dublin
1990 Released his book Pity the Nation
1993 First interview with Osama bin Laden
1994 Married to Lara Marlowe
2006 Divorced with Lara Marlowe
1992 Won Amnesty International UK Media Awards
1991 Won Jacob's Award
2002 Won Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism
1993 Published From Beirut To Bosnia

Detail Timeline of Robert Fisk

July 12 , 1946

Born in Maidstone, Kent, England

Born as Robert Fisk in Maidstone, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Robert is the son of warrior who fought in World War I. He is English and is of white ethnicity. He was born on 12th of July 1946.

1968

Graduated from Lancaster University

During his childhood days, he joined Yardley Court preparatory school and gained his elementary education from there. And then he joined Sutton Valence School. He graduated from there and began studying Bachelors of Arts in Lancaster University.

1972

Joined The Times

Multiple award winner, Robert began his professional career from Sunday Express. There he served as an editor and then after having feud with John Junor, he joined The Times as their news correspondent. He was the main man to cover the aftermath of the aftermath of the Carnation Revolution. 

1989

Joined The Independent

In April 1989, he joined The Independent. He gained massive popularity after The New York Times claimed him to be the most famous foreign correspondent in Britain. Since the beginning of his career, he has reported several war news such as news related to the Iran–Iraq War, the Gulf War, the Bosnian War and the Algerian Civil War.

1983

Gained a PhD from Trinity College, Dublin

After graduating from Lancaster University, he began his professional life. After being news anchor and correspondent for about a decade, he joined Trinity College, Dublin and majored in Political Science. He earned his PhD in 1983.

1990

Released his book Pity the Nation

Besides being the famous journalist, he is also the great writer. From 1976, he lived in Beirut and he saw Lebanese Civil War with his own eyes. After expressing such pity things in his life, he included all those in one story and published his book Pity the Nation in 1990.

December 6 , 1993

First interview with Osama bin Laden

He is also popular in the world for taking an interview with Osama bin Laden for three different times. He took his first interview with him on 6th of December 1993. Osama bin Laden really appreciated him and he also claimed Robert to be one of his brothers. 

1994

Married to Lara Marlowe

He was once married with Lara Marlowe. He got married with her in 1994. Lara Marlowe is renowned author and journalist from United States. She is mainly popular for being the news correspondent for The Irish Times. 

2006

Divorced with Lara Marlowe

In 1994, Robert got married to American author and journalist Lara Marlowe. Together they didn't welcome any children and they finally got divorce in 2006. The actual reason why they dissolved their married life is unknown yet.

1992

Won Amnesty International UK Media Awards

He has been honored with several prestigious awards in his life. In 1992, he was honored with the Amnesty International UK Media Awards. He won this award for reporting the The Other Side of the Hostage Saga.

1991

Won Jacob's Award

 Jacob's Award is the prestigious Irish television awards and he has also been honored with this award. He won this award for the first time in 1991 and he was honored for coverage of the Gulf War on RTÉ Radio.

2002

Won Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism

Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism winner Robert Fisk is a renowned writer and journalist from United Kingdom. As a journalist there is no any award he has not won in this life. He won Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism in 2002.

1993

Published From Beirut To Bosnia

In 1993, he produced a video titled From Beirut To Bosnia and it was released a three-part series. The main aim about his video was to find out why an increasing number of Muslims had come to hate the West. It was initially released in Discovery Channel.

Content

In 1994, Robert got married to American author and journalist Lara Marlowe. Together they didn't welcome any children and they finally got divorce in 2006.

Multiple award winner, Robert began his professional career from Sunday Express. There he served as an editor and then after having feud with John Junor, he joined The Times as their news correspondent. In April 1989, he joined The Independent. He gained massive popularity after The New York Times claimed him to be the most famous foreign correspondent in Britain. Since the beginning of his career, he reported several war news like news related to the Iran–Iraq War, the Gulf War, the Bosnian War and the Algerian Civil War. He interviewed Osama bin Laden three times and Osama bin Laden really appreciated him and he also claimed Robert to be one of his brothers. His annual salary is in millions and his net worth is said to be high.