Louise Lear Biography
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Louise Lear is a BBC Weather presenter who regularly appears with her shows in BBC Radio Button, BBC Radio, BBC World News, and BBC News. She was born on December 1967 in Sheffield. She is a native of Sheffield. She graduated from Middlesex Polytechnic in 1988. Drama and music were her major subjects.
Louise Lear’s first job was as a researcher for children’s BBC. Then, She took the job of sports presenter for an independent radio production company, where she covered the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. It was the year 1992 when she started her career as a weather presenter. She spent two years at LBC in London. She also joined the UK Weather Channel in 1996 and took up her recent post at the BBC in April 1998.
Louise Lear has also presented other BBC programmes including Trading Up on BBC 1. Similarly, she has presented the weather forecast on the BBC One programme 'Countryfile'. Louise has been a part of BBC, for years, mostly as a weather presenter. People really admire her work. She is a very hard working and dedicated employee of BBC, which is the reason that even after so many years she is still one of the best employees on the BBC.
Beautiful Louise Lear currently resides happily with her husband and children in London. Her husband Ian Lear is an architect. Lear is also blessed with two sons. However, their name is not well known to the media. Besides this, there is not much information is known about her children and husband. Perhaps, Lear does not want her personal life to be out in the world and this is why she has not disclosed most of the information related to her husband, married life, and children.
The actual figure of net worth and salary of Louise Lear has not been provided on the web. Besides all her work, she loves to spend time watching movies and to play Clarinet and the Piano as well. She also has the interest in cookery and keeps herself fit by skiing.