Nick Baker - Biography
Last Modified: Jun 12, 2020
|Born on :||April 22, 1972 (age 50)|
|Birth Name /
|Nicholas Rowan Baker|
|Birth Place:||Surrey, England|
|University:||University of Exeter|
|Wife's Name:||Ceri Baker|
Elvie Baker (daughter)
|Height:||1.78 meter (5 feet 10 inch)|
|Hair Color:||Light Brown|
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Who is Nick Baker?
Nick Baker is a British Television presenter. More than that he is a naturalist and has been since he was a boy. Know him more as you read on.
Source: Jo Sarsby (Nick Baker)
Nick Baker: Age, Parents, Siblings
Nick Baker was born on 22 April 1972 in Surrey, England. His full name is Nicholas Rowan Baker. There is no information available on his parents’ names or what they did for a living, if he had any siblings and his childhood days. However, we do know that he always wanted to become a naturalist as he had a keen eye and love for nature.
He obtained The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) and A levels form his school. For his higher education, he attended the University of Exeter. He graduated from the same in 1993 with a degree in biological sciences.
In his young days, he was an amateur musician and had gigs with various Jazz, Blues, Skiffle, Rock and Funk bands. His ethnicity is unknown.
Nick Baker: Marriage, Wife, Children
Nick Baker is a happily married man. He is married to his long-time girlfriend Ceri. They tied the knot in 2009 at Tavistock Register Office. Their love started when they met at a gig in Chagford's Jubilee Hall where Baker was an amateur musician and Ceri was there in the crowd.
The couple has a daughter together named Elvie Baker. Currently, he lives in Devon with his wife, daughter, a parrot named Thomas and huge array of animals and bugs.
Source: Reef and Rainforest Tours (Nick Baker with wife and daughter)
Nick Baker: Career
Baker is the co-founder of Exeter University's Bug Club and also was a member of the Royal Entomological Society's Youth Development Committee.
He hosted the show Nick Baker's Under the Skin for BBC Two. In the show, he examined the natural habitat and behavior of animals by attempting to "get under the skin" of animals such as rhinos, penguins, grizzly bears, rattlesnakes, etc.
In 1999, Nick Baker also presented Twister and Tomorrow's World. He also was the co-presenter of BBC Two's Watch Out with Simon King. Another show he has presented is Nick Baker's Weird Creatures.
Baker has also worked with radio as a contributor to Radio 4's The Natural History Programme. He also writes for many publications such as the Young Telegraph, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Wildlife watch, the Bug Club magazine, Wild About Animals, RSPB's Bird and Birdlife magazines, and FBX magazine.
In addition, he has written Baker's Bug Book and the Natural History Almanac. He has worked for Discovery channel, Channel Five, Animal Planet and National Geographic.
Baker also manages his busy schedule to tour schools with his animals to educate school children.
Nick Baker: Controversy
As viewers have found out, Nick’s show Nick Baker's Weird Creatures is frequently ridiculed on Harry Hill's TV Burp. On Harry’s show, clips of Nick’s show where he performed poorly were shown which greatly angered Baker.
After the last of the episodes had been shown, he visited the TV Burp and threw a custard pie in Hill's face and also called him a 'cheeky git'.
Nick Baker: Net Worth, Salary
The net worth and annual salary/income of Baker is not known.
Nick Baker: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
On social media handles Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Nick Baker is absent. However he does have an official website - nickbaker.tv.
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