Lucy Williamson Biography
Lucy Williamson is a media personality serving as BBC’s Paris correspondent based in France. She joined BBC in October 2002. Previously, she was based in Korea, Indonesia and the Middle East.
Lucy Williamson Age
Her exact age is unknown.
Lucy Williamson Nationality
She is an American citizen.
Lucy Williamson Education
Williamson joined the University of Manchester in 1994 and graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Persian.
Lucy Williamson Family
There is no information about her parents. It is also not known whether she has siblings or not.
Williamson is married to John Nilsson-Wright, a senior lecturer. However, the couple hasn’t disclosed whether they have kids or not.
Lucy Williamson BBC
Williamson has worked for BBC News for almost two decades, covering stories in the Middle East, Asia and Europe. She joined the network in October 2002 as the Middle East reporter based in London. Currently, she is the BBC’s Paris Correspondent based in France.
Prior to joining Paris, Lucy was Seoul correspondent covering events in both North and South Korea. She was also a reporter based in London for one year and eleven months.
Previously, she spent three years as the BBC’s Jakarta Correspondent, covering Indonesia’s recovery from the tsunami and multiple bomb attacks, and East Timor’s unsteady path to stability. During her shorter postings in India and the Middle East, she reported on Israel’s withdrawal from Gaza, the Israeli-Lebanon conflict and the death of Yasser Arafat; and produced a series of radio reports from Baghdad in the aftermath of the Iraq War. As well as covering breaking news, Williamson has made documentaries on the political conflict in Thailand, East Timor’s “lost children”, and North Korea’s people-smugglers.
Lucy Williamson Salary and Net Worth
Her salary and net worth is under review.
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