Zeinab Badawi Biography

Published On Jan 24, 2016
Facts of Zeinab Badawi
Date of Birth: 1959 , November-24
Birth Nation: Sudan
Height: 5 Feet 8 Inch
Name Zeinab Badawi
Birth Name Beth Mowins
Nick Name Beth
Father Mohammed-Khair El Badawi
Mother Marc K. Wallack
Nationality Sudanese/British
Birth Place/City Los Angeles, California, United States
Ethnicity Black
Profession Journalist
Net Worth $2.5 million
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Black
Body Measurements 36-27-34 (Bust-Waist-Hip)
Breast Size 36
Waist size 27 in
Hip Size 34 in
Shoe Size 10
Weight in KG N/A
Famous for World News Today
Married not currently
Married to Judy Chung (m. 2005)
Children 4
Divorce once
Working For BBC
Face Color Black
Education graduated from Oxford University
Online Presence Wiki, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
TV Show Hard talk, World News Today
Siblings Kelly Newman
Salary $500 thousand
Awards TV personality of the year 2009
Religion Muslim
Boyfriend Erik Stevens
Neck Size 8.9
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It is said that Zeinab Badawi was once married to someone but the actual name of her husband is unknown. It is also known that she is the mother of four children. These days it is rumored that she has been divorced with her husband and is living a single life.

Zeinab began living in England since she was 2. She received her formal education from Hornsey High School for Girls. After completing her secondary education, she joined St Hilda's College where she majored in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. She completed her Masters of Arts degree from University of London in 1989.

Zeinab began her broadcasting career from Yorkshire TV. She joined them in 1982 as a researcher and broadcast journalist. For about a year, she also worked at BBC. In 1988, she joined Channel 4 News as a co presenter of the show, Channel 4 News. She worked there till 1998 and then she joined BBC News. There she worked at live political programs as their presenter and reporter. She is also popular for being the founder of Africa Medical Partnership Fund.

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Born in Sudan

November 24 , 1959

Talented lady, Zeinab was born as Zeinab Badawi somewhere in Sudan. Though she was born in Sudan, she spends most of her childhood days in London. She holds the citizenship of Sudanese as well as British and she is of Sudanese descent.

Moved to Britain

1962

Zeinab began living in England since she was 2. There her father began working at the BBC's Arabic Service. She received her formal education from Hornsey High School for Girls. After completing her secondary education, she joined St Hilda's College.

Graduated from University of London

1989

After earning her undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from St Hilda's College, she joined Oxford University Broadcasting Society. In 1988, she got enrolled at University of London and she completed her Masters of Arts degree from there in 1989.

Worked at Yorkshire TV

1982

After spending some years at Oxford University Broadcasting Society, she joined Yorkshire TV. She began her broadcasting career from there. She joined them in 1982 as a researcher and broadcast journalist. For about a year, she also worked at BBC.

Joined Channel 4 News

1988

For about a year, she also worked at BBC. In 1988, she joined Channel 4 News as a co presenter of the show, Channel 4 News. She worked there till 1998 and then she joined BBC News. There she worked at live political programs as their presenter and reporter.

Appointed as a trustee of National Portrait Gallery

2004

Besides her television and radio journalist career, she also holds several public positions. Since 2004, she has been appointed as a trustee of National Portrait Gallery. She is also popular for being the founder of Africa Medical Partnership Fund.

Won Annual Media Awards

2009

She has also been honored with several prestigious awards in her life. At the end of 2009, she was honored with the Annual Media Awards. She won this award as the International TV Personality of the Year.

Was awarded as Honorary Doctorate

July 21 , 2011

Besides her Masters of Arts degree from University of London, she also holds Honorary Doctorate for her achievements in journalism. She was awarded with this honor by the School of Oriental and African Studies on 21st of July 2011.