Katya Adler Biography
|Date of Birth:||1972|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Katya Adler|
|Education||University of Bristol|
|TV Show||HARD talk|
Katya Adler, a popular British journalist, has been working for the BBC since 1998. Currently, she is a Europe Editor at BBC Media. She started her journalism career working for The Times and Reuters. She is also a former president of the political society. She earned her honorary doctorate degrees from Bristol University and the University of London, in July 2017.
Early Life And Education Of Katya Adler
Katya Adler was born to Jewish parents on 3 May 1972, in London, United Kingdom. Her parents were from Germany and later moved to the UK. She spent her early childhood in her birthplace London with her family. She holds a British nationality and as far as her ethnicity is concerned, she has a mixed ethnical background.
Adler went on to study German and Italian as modern languages at the University of Bristol. There, she began her journalism career at The Times, Reuters, and Blue Danube Radio. Katya Adler is also a former president of the political society and began a society magazine.
After completed her graduation in June 1995, Katya Adler went to Vienna and started working for Mondial Congress, an organizer of International Congresses. She later became the correspondent for Austrian national public broadcaster ORF and covered several local and international big stories from Kosovo, Eastern Europe, and Southwest Asia, and North Africa.
In 1998, Alder moved to the BBC in Vienna and worked as a reporter on Austrian and Central European areas. Adler was promoted and assigned the responsibility as the BBC’s Madrid correspondent, from August 2003.
Adler also reported on the 11 March 2004 Madrid train bombing. At the end of 2006, she was the BBC’s Middle East correspondent, based in Jerusalem.
Alder was appointed as the BBC's Europe editor in succession Gavin Hewitt at the end of April 2014. She had regularly facilitated conferences for the European Union, brought about criticism from Eurosceptics and some Conservative Party MPs, including Andrew Bridgen and Philip Davies. She has worked there for around 19 years.
Net Worth And Salary
Katya Adler has earned a great amount of net worth from her work as a British journalist. But the exact amount of her net worth is yet to be revealed which as per estimation made by various online sources is believed to be more than $2 million.
As the European editor, Adler earns in the range of $69K - $75K.
Personal Life: Is She Married?
Katya Adler might be married but has not revealed or talked about her personal and married life to the media. The journalist has also three kids: two daughters while one gender is unknown. She has even not mentioned the name. As per some of the reliable sources she has adopted all kids after she saved them from baby trafficking.
Alder gained massive popularity working at BBC. She will be remembered for her contribution to the BBC. She has become a source of inspiration for all the people who are involved in this field.
Despite her huge popularity, she has kept her personal life low profile. She might be busy with her career.
Katya Adler is active on the micro-blogging site Twitter and has a huge fan following on her account. She posts every recent update about her work from her Twitter account.
Age, Body Measurement And Other Facts
- Age: As of 2021, Katya Adler is 48 years old.
- Birth Sign: Taurus
- Height: Katya Adler stands at a height of 1.7 meters (5 feet 8 inches).
- Body Measurements: She has maintained an attractive body physique.
- Hair color: Her eyes are black in color.
- Eyes Color: She has a brown hair color.
1. Does Katya Adler have a Ph.D.?
She earned her honorary doctorate degrees from Bristol University and the University of London, in July 2017.
2. What languages does Katya Adler speak?
She speaks fluent English, Italian, Spanish, French, and German, and she learned Arabic and Hebrew too.
3. What nationality is Katya Adler?
Katya Adler was born to Jewish parents on 3 May 1972, in London, United Kingdom. Her parents were from Germany and later moved to the UK. She is British.