|Date of Birth||November 28, 1964 (age 48)|
|Education at||Oxford Brookes University|
|Divorce||Yes, 1 time|
|Name on Birth||Sian Mary Williams|
Born / Birth
Sian Williams was born on November 28, 1964. She was born in Paddington, London, United Kingdom.
Sian was raised by her parents in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Her parents had moved to London, for their career. Sian spent her childhood in East Sussex, London.
School and College
For her education, Sian went to school in her hometown. After the completion of her early education, she attended Oxford Polytechnic from where she received a degree in History and English. She completed her Bachelors in Arts from Oxford Polytechnic. Oxford Polytechnic is now called Oxford Brookes University.
Sian wanted to learn to write critical journalistic writings. She went to the University of Rhode Island to learn critical journalistic writings. The university is located in Rhode Island of the United States of America.
Father, mother, brother and sister
Sian’s parents were Welsh. Her mother moved to London in order to pursuit a nursing career. Her mother Katherine Rees came from Llanelli and was married to her father who came from Swansea.
Career and Struggle
Sian has a great career in the television world today. Before that she joined a radio network where she worked for a long time. She began her career working for the BBC Radio where she worked during 1985. She worked at different stations of BBC Radio which were situated in Manchester, Leeds and also in Sheffield. She joined Liverpool where she worked as a reporter and a producer prior to working at BBC Radio 3. She was the producer on the network for ‘The World at One’ and also the programs at PM. After working or over a decade, she started editing and also reporting news events and programs for the station as well as for BBC Radio 5 Live.
When she had worked for the radio for a long time, she decided to join television network. She began this journey by joining BBC News 24, a news channel which was about to be launched at the time. She got the position of an output editor for the network. She was selected from a poll of auditions for BBC News 24. After the selection, she started presenting news from 4 to 7 pm with her co-anchor Gavin Esler.
In 1999, she decided to quit the network and joined Six O’Clock News where she was appointed as a special correspondent. She would fill in for other presenters when required. She presented the news for the network and filled for Fiona Bruce for 2001 and 2002. At the same time, she was also the presenter of national news bulletins casted on weekends on BBC One.
In January 12, 2001, she was appointed as a relief presenter for Breakfast program at BBC. She was presenting the show Friday-Sunday with her co-presenter Dareen Jordon and later with Jeremy Bowen. At the same time, she had not quit her works at Six O’Clock News and also the One O’Clock News. She also reported international news in 2004 covering the Kashmir earthquake and Indian Ocean earthquake. She was appointed the presenter for BBC Breakfast. She reported different shows during the time. She has worked alongside Rebecca Wilcox and Nicky Campbell hosting ‘Your Money Their Tricks’. She also reported the Watchdog in the year 2010.
Husband, marriage and divorce
Sian was married to Neale Hunt from 1991 to 2001. She got divorced with Neale in 2001. She remarried in the year 2006. Her husband at present is Paul Woolwich. She has two sons from her first marriage and a son and a daughter from her second marriage.
Hot, legs and figures
She is famous for showing off her elegant and hot legs during her shows. She puts on perfect dresses that make her look fabulous and professional. She has maintained a very good figure by keeping herself on a diet regime
Height, Weight and age
Sian is a 48 year old woman. Height and weight have not been revealed for public yet.
Nationality and Ethnicity
She comes from a Welsh nationality.
Net Worth, Salary and Income
Sian’s remuneration has not been made public by her employers.
Award and achievement
At the University of Cardiff, she was awarded as an honorary fellow in July 2012.
Job and future
Sian Williams has a great future ahead of her. There are many fans that love her and also, her immense knowledge and experience in the field direct her to a great future. Her job as a presenter in television has a long way to go.