Irish television presenter and former pop singer Elizabeth 'Liz' Bonnin aka Liz Bonnin who has worked in the TV industry for both UK and Ireland. Additionally, she is also a biochemist and Wild Animal Biologist. Her most popular appearance is in the magazine show, Bang Goes The Theory which is aired on BBC1's.
Santa Born Liz Bonnin Is Of Mixed Ethnicity
was born on 16 September 1972 in Santa Monica, France. She was born to Trinidadian mother, Bonnie Murray, of Indian and Portuguese descent, and a French Martiniquan father, Russ Tamblyn, a dentist. She is of Irish nationality while her ethnicity is French.
Bonnin moved to Dublin at the age of nine. She completed her Bachelor's degree in biochemistry from Trinity College, Dublin.
In addition, she also received a master's degree in Wild Animal Biology from the Zoological Society of London and the Royal Veterinary College in 2008, she tracked tigers in Nepal as part of the research for master's degree.
Liz began her career by joining an Irish girl pop group 'Chill'. The group was signed to Polydor but it broke up before recording. The band duetted on 'Dustin The Turkey's track "We Are Family" from their 3rd album.
Her hosting the IRMA Awards led to other presenting roles on Irish Television RTE's shows like The Den, Of the Rails, Telly Bingo and Millennium Eve: Celebrate 2000. She moved to London in 2002 and was able to present on various TV channels there.
Liz was locked in a giant kennel along with other people in a stunt to launch the annual RSPCA week to raise awareness and funds in 2004.
She did various science broadcastings since 2005. So far she has presented shows like 'Gadgets, Gadgets, Gadgets' in 2005 and co-presented Bang Goes the Theory, the BBC science series from 2009 to 2014.
Liz presented the two-part doc u mentary 'Operation Snow Tiger' and 'Animal Odd Couples' on BBC One in 2013.
She also hosted some episodes of 'Stargazing Live' on BBC Two and co-hosted a series of three programs, 'Big Blue Live' for BBC one in 2015.
In 2016 Liz appeared in a BBC Two Horizon program 'Should We Close Our Zoos?' where she reported on issues concerning zoos. She was featured on BBC's 'Who do you think you are?' in December 2016.
Earned $4 Million
As of 2019, Liz Bonnin has a net worth of $4 million. Previously in 2016, he used to hold $3 million. So, in 3 years of the period, he added $1 million.
Is Liz Bonnin Dating Anyone?
The only dating rumor Liz Bonnin has had publicly is the one with her co-host Dallas Campbell. Apart from this, there isn't much public about this 44-year-old TV presenter's dating life.
She is an avid animal lover and a role model for 'Energy pretty curious Program' by EDF which encourages teenage girls to study science-related subjects.
by Bchrome, 15 Mar, 2017