Trevelyan began her career as a general reporter for the London Newspaper Group in 1991, working on publications such as the Hammersmith Chronicle. Being a journalist, Laura is the author of two books named “A Very British Family: The Trevelyans and Their World (2006)” and “The Winchester: The Gun That Built An American Dynasty (2016)”.
Quick Facts of Laura Trevelyan
|Newsreader, anchor and correspondent
|Date of Birth
|21 August, 1968
|Islington, London, United Kingdom
|Cardiff School of Journalism in
|George Macaulay Trevelyan
Laura Kate Trevelyan, an American media personality residing in New York, and working as a BBC anchor/correspondent. Laura was also the United Nations correspondent for the BBC from May 2006 to 2009. Trevelyan is a Council on Foreign Relations, member. She’s also the author of “A Very British Family: The Trevelyans and Their World,” a book based on the Trevelyans.
Laura Trevelyan’s Bio, Wiki
Trevelyan was born on August 21, 1968, in Islington, London. She was born as the oldest of three children to her father, George Macaulay Trevelyan, and mother, Susan Pearson. Moreover, her parents separated when she was a little girl. Trevelyan holds British citizenship and belongs to the white ethnicity.
An English ABC anchor went to Parliament Hill School in North London and later joined Bristol University, from where she graduated with a first-class degree in politics. In 1991, Trevelyan graduated from the Cardiff School of Journalism with a postgraduate diploma in journalism.
Who Is Laura Trevelyan’s Husband? Married Life
Laura Trevelyan, an English TV anchor, is the wife of James Goldstein. Her husband, James, is a British-American journalist, media executive, and current President of ABC News. He also attended Jesus College, Oxford, where he studied philosophy, politics, and economics.
Trevelyan and her husband Goldston are happily enjoying their marital relationship. Together, the couple had three children, but their names are unknown. Currently, the whole family is in New York City, keeping all the information behind closed curtains.
Laura Trevelyan’s Career
Born on August 21, 1968, Trevelyan began her career as a general reporter for the London Newspaper Group in 1991, working on publications such as the Hammersmith Chronicle. Later, in 1992, she joined Channel 4 as a researcher on A Week In Politics. Also Read: Monica Mitchell
Laura worked as a political correspondent for BBC News from 1999 to 2004. When she moved to the United States to cover the presidential election, which coincided with her husband James Goldston’s move to the United States to work as a Senior Producer at ABC News in New York after leaving his role as an executive producer at ITV.
Trevelyan joined BBC World News America as an anchor/reporter after three years as the BBC’s New York correspondent.
She also became a U.S. citizen after being sworn in on November 9th, the same day Donald Trump was elected President of the United States.
Laura is a descendant of Sir Charles Trevelyan, 1st Barone. She has written the book “A Very British Family: The Trevelyan’s and Their World,” which was published in 2006 and chronicles the history of the Trevelyan family.
Moreover, her second novel, The Winchester: The Gun That Built an American Dynasty, was published in September 2016. It covers the family behind America’s most renowned handgun.
Laura Trevelyan’s Wealth
Trevelyan’s net worth is estimated at around $500,000. Trevelyan has undoubtedly amassed a hefty amount of money as a journalist for more than three decades. She receives an average annual salary of $24,292 to $72,507.
Moreover, Laura is the author of two books named “A Very British Family: The Trevelyans and Their World (2006)” and “The Winchester: The Gun That Built An American Dynasty (2016)”.