Mary Nightingale Net Worth


Mary Nightingale’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Mary Nightingale was born on 26 May, 1963 in Scarborough, United Kingdom, is a Newsreader. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Mary Nightingale’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As Mary Nightingale
Occupation Newsreader
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 26 May 1963
Birthday 26 May
Birthplace Scarborough, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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Mary Nightingale’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Mary Nightingale is 58 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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On 13 December 2016 it was announced Nightingale would become the sole presenter of the ITV Evening News from January 2017 onwards.


Nightingale was also an occasional presenter of the ITV Lunchtime News and ITV News weekend bulletins, and previously acted as a relief presenter on ITV News at Ten before the programme’s restructure in October 2015.


On 23 September 2012 she presented William & Kate: The South Seas Tour on ITV.


In April 2011, she took over from Mark Nicholas as the host of the ITV daytime cookery programme Britain’s Best Dish.


Nightingale has also fronted various ITV programmes including: Holidays Undercover in 2006, The Girl Who Would Be Queen, and Diana – A Service of Thanksgiving in 2007.


In 2002, she broke the news of the death of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

In 2002 and 2004, she won TRIC Awards in the category “Newscaster of the Year”.


In 2001, Nightingale was promoted to the ITV Evening News and she left her position on London Tonight. She was also part of the ITN team covering the 2001 general election.


Nightingale has been married since April 2000 to Paul Fenwick, the former Human Resource director of Trailfinders. They have two children.


Until April 1999, Nightingale was co-presenter with Alastair Stewart of London News Network’s flagship news programme London Tonight and was the sole presenter of London Today, Carlton’s lunchtime news bulletin. She also presented the daily late news bulletins of London Tonight.

Nightingale anchored ITV’s flagship holiday programme Wish You Were Here…? from 1999–2001, and also presented The Really Good Food Show.


Nightingale also worked for Reuters Financial Television in 1994 as a presenter on the early morning financial programme.

She co-presented Carlton Country, a factual series about life in the countryside, as well as presenting the Holiday Programme on BBC One. In May 1994 she became the first presenter of After 5 the London News Network early-evening show. In 1991, she worked as co-presenter on ITV’s coverage of the Rugby World Cup in Britain, France and Ireland, and in 1995, presented from the following tournament in South Africa on the regular evening highlights programme. In 1996, Nightingale presented BBC Two’s Ski Sunday.


Mary Nightingale (born 26 May 1963) is British newsreader and television presenter, best known for her roles within ITV, as a newsreader for ITN on ITV News, and as a presenter of the daytime cookery series Britain’s Best Dish in 2011.

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