Diana Swain Biography
|Date of Birth:||1965 , September-24|
|Age:||56 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Diana Swain|
|Working For||CBS News Network,CKPG-TV,CBWT,|
|Eye Color||Light brown|
|Hair Color||Drack brown|
|Famous for||CBS news|
|Married to||Ron Kuipers|
|Children||Mason( b.1995),Lara (b.1998)|
|Education||British Columbia Institute of Technology|
|Awards||Gemini Award for Best Reportage|
|TV Show||: The National, CBC Television local newscasts, CBC News: Disclosure, Canada Now, Preying on Immigrants|
Diana Swain is a Television journalist and also a writer, anchor, and reporter. She is currently working with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a television journalist. Diana also serves as a host on CBS News Network. She has won the investigative journalist of Canada Award.
Raised By Single Mother Along With Sister
Diana Swain was born on September 24, 1965, in Thompson, Manitoba, Canada. She is the daughter of Brian Swain who was a co-anchor with her in the newscast. Diana belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Diana's parents were separated while she was little. Diana moved to Chilliwack, British Columbia with her mother and younger sister.
Diana completed her high school graduation in 1983. She took part in Miss Canada Pageant representing Chilliwack in 1984.
Diana graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Media and Broadcast Communication with a Diploma of Technology. Also in 2010, Diana received an honorary degree from Humber College where she received institute's Distinguished Alumni Award for her wonderful Contributions in the trade industry.
Diana began her career working for a weekly magazine as a reporter in Chilliwack for ten months at the Chilliwack Progress and the CHWK radio station. In 1986, she worked for CKPG-TV as a newsreader.
After that, Diana entered Winnipeg television where she worked as the co-host at the CKND station in 1998. She also co-anchored the newscast show with her father, Brian Swain.
In the year 1990, she joined CBC's Winnipeg station CBWT. She started working for the local news program 24 Hours as a reporter and became a national reporter after being known for her coverage of the 1997 Manitoba Flood.
In 2000, Swain's work on 24 Hours was recognized when she was honored with the first of three Gemini Awards for Best News Anchor.
After moving to Toronto, she joined as the host of CBS News Toronto and worked as the host of CBS news show, The National.
Diana currently works as a Senior Investigative Correspondent of CBS news. She is also the anchor of CBS news network since 2014 and has been hosting the program The Investigators with Diana Swain since 2016. She can also be heard on CBC Radio and can be seen on cbcnews.ca.
Salary From Journalism Career; Find Her Net worth
Diana is paid a good salary serving as a presenter and host for CBC. Her salary is known to be around $250 thousand as she has been working for the station for 26 years. The net worth of Diana is assumed to be several million dollars. However, the exact figure is yet to be known. As per some of the reliable sources she is supposed to make her salary $250k per year.
Enjoying Successful Married Life Since Three Decades
Diana is married to Ron Kuipers for about three decades. Her husband, Ron is a freelance producer and writer from Western Canada. They lived together for some years in Winnipeg and later moved near to Toronto.
The couple has been blessed with two children. Their first child, a son named Mason was born in 1995 and second child; a daughter named Lara was born in 1998. There is no rumor about her past affair.
She has a tall height of 5 feet 5 inches(1.65m).