Kate Williams Net Worth


Kate Williams’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Kate Williams was born on 30 November, 1974 in Staffordshire, United Kingdom, is a British historian. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Kate Williams’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 47 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 30 November 1974
Birthday 30 November
Birthplace Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Nationality British

What is Kate Williams’s net worth?

Kate Williams’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Kate Williams is 47 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Williams and team member Robin Ince were winners of Pointless Celebrities screened on 13 January 2018.. 2020 saw Williams compete on Richard Osman’s House Of Games, televised on BBC Two , alongside Chizzy Akudolu, Charlie Higson, and Tom Allen (Comedian) .


She wrote and presented the documentary The Grandfather of Self-Help, about Samuel Smiles, for Radio 4. She is also the presenter of a Radio 4 documentary on the history of the smile, broadcast in June 2012. Williams was the Historian in Residence in Frank Skinner’s 2014 radio show The Rest Is History. Williams was a regular panellist on The Quizeum, which began airing on BBC4 in spring 2015. Williams was the winner of Celebrity Mastermind screened on 2 January 2016.

She also featured on episodes of Insert Name Here broadcast on 4 and 25 of January 2016 on BBC Two, and again in four episodes of the second series of Insert Name Here commencing with the Christmas Special on 21 December 2016. Williams appeared in the online mini-series Inside Versailles based on the BBC Television series Versailles. She also appeared in an episode of BBC One comedy panel show Would I Lie To You? in 2016. She was in Dictionary Corner on Countdown for five shows starting 6 October 2016. On 13 December 2016 she appeared as a contestant on Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, partnered with Catherine Southon, against Suzannah Lipscomb and David Harper.


Williams has lectured MA degree studies in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway, University of London. In the summer of 2015, Williams took up a role as Professor of Public Engagement with History at the University of Reading.


Williams appears frequently on radio and TV as a presenter and expert, specialising in social, constitutional and royal history. She commented extensively on the 2011 Royal Wedding and appears often on BBC Breakfast, Newsnight, The Review Show, Sky News, BBC News 24, the Today programme, Broadcasting House, Night Waves, Woman’s Hour, Channel Five and various American channels, discussing history and culture and reviewing the news. She covered the Queen’s Address to Parliament on BBC One in 2012 and the Queen’s Speech for BBC Parliament.

Williams was the social historian on the BBC Two series Restoration Home, which aired from 2011 to 2013. She presented Timewatch: Young Victoria for BBC Two, acclaimed by The Guardian as “telly history at its best” and The Secret History of Edward VII for Channel Five. She appears often on documentaries, discussing history, literature and culture, including Faulks on Fiction and all three series of The Great British Bake Off, as well as documentaries on subjects including Queen Victoria, Balmoral, Sherlock Holmes, Jack the Ripper, Nelson’s Trafalgar, Elizabeth II and Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home.


In 2010 she was a judge for the Biographer’s Club Tony Lothian First Biography Prize, the Book Drum Tournament 2010, and the Litro/IGGY International Young Person’s Short Story Award.

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