Biography - Fiona Bruce

Last Modified: 4th Apr, 2024
Fiona Bruce
Best Known For
BBC News at Ten (News show)
Net Worth
$3.00M Under Review
$486.00k Under Review
Social Media Presence
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Fiona Bruce N/A
Born on
April 25, 1964 (age 60)
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John Bruce
John Bruce
Rosemary Bruce
Rosemary Bruce
Nigel Sharrocks
Sam Sharrocks
Sam Sharrocks
Mia Sharrocks
Mia Sharrocks
Neil Bruce
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Neil Bruce
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Alasdair Bruce
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Alasdair Bruce
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Social Media Presence

Who is Fiona Bruce?

Fiona Bruce is a TV host, presenter, journalist by profession, and British by nationality.

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Fiona Bruce – Age, Parents, Siblings

Fiona Bruce's birth took place on April 25, 1964, in Singapore. She was born to a Scottish father John Bruce and English mother Rosemary Bruce and is not the only child of his parents. Fiona was raised by her parents with two older siblings - brothers  Neil Bruce and Alasdair Bruce.

Education, Ethnicity

Fiona had changed schools multiple times. She attended Gayton Primary School, International School of Milan. Then from the age of 14-18, she joined Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College in New Cross, London. After graduation, she attended Hertford College, Oxford.

Later she attended the University of London Institute in Paris.

Her ethnicity includes Scottish, English.

Fiona Bruce – Boyfriend, Husband, Children, Divorce

Fiona is a married woman and is married to Nigel Sharrocks, non-executive chairman of Digital Cinema Media. The couple had first met when he was he was director of the advertising agency.

After dating for some time, they married in July 1994 in Islington. Fiona and Nigel have two children together. Their first child, son Sam was born in January 1998 while their second child, daughter Mia was born in November 2001.

When Mia was born, she was working with Crimewatch. Only 16 days after giving birth to Mia, she got back to work which gave her unfavorable criticism.

She said at the time:

“I’m not some mad career monster. I don’t want people to think I’m setting a terribly bad example here – the last thing I would advocate is women rushing back to work with a baby.”

Source: Hello Magazine (Fiona Bruce with son Sam and daughter Mia)

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Fiona Bruce – Career

Early Days

Fiona started to model when she was at the Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College for Jackie, a teenage girl’s magazine. 

After graduating, she joined Hertford College, Oxford where she studied French and Italian. In her days there, she briefly became a punk and sang in rock bands, dying her hair blue!

After her days in University were over she landed a job at a management consulting firm. There she worked for a year but did not like the experience.

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Source: HuffPost UK (Fiona Bruce)


Over the years she worked in different institutes namely, Panorama, Breakfast News (1992), BBC South East, Newsroom South East, First Sight, BBC2’s Public Eye (1994-1995), Newsnight, BBC One’s Real Story (2003-2007), BBC News at Ten, BBC News at Six, Crimewatch, etc.


She has also appeared in reality shows such as Antiques Roadshow, Fake or Fortune, The Money Programme, Top Gear (series 10, episode 3) and Top Gear (series 11, episode 4).


Working with entrepreneur, Lord Alan Sugar on the show The Money Programme, she shared her experience.

"It was a bit like being in front of a hair dryer at very close quarters. He's not backwards in coming forward in his opinions."

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Source: Twitter (Fiona Bruce)

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Fiona Bruce – Net Worth, Salary

Her net worth and salary are estimated at around $3 million and 486k respectively.

Fiona Bruce – Instagram, Twitter, Facebook

In 2014, she stated that she does not use social media because of all the sexist comments people direct to female celebrities. 

She told, “I’m astonished at the freedom with which a depressingly large number of men feel they can just say what they want and write the most hideously misogynistic stuff about women, I look at my daughter and think, and added, "God, I didn’t think this was coming your way.’ I really didn’t. The misogyny on the internet is a whole area that I would never have thought was coming.”

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