Gary O’Donoghue Biography
Gary O’Donoghue is a well-known British-American journalist currently working as BBC News’ North America Chief Political Correspondent in Washington, DC. He mainly covers politics and has covered both Joe Biden and Donald Trump’s presidential campaigns.
He is one of the most well-known and talented Blind journalists working in the news industry today. Gary enjoys spending time with his wife and their beautiful daughter when he is not working.
Gary O’Donoghue Age
Gary O’Donoghue was born in Norfolk, United Kingdom on February 13, 1968. He is 54 years old.
Gary O’Donoghue Height
Gary stands at 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Gary O’Donoghue Family
Gary grew up in Norfolk, England, under the loving care of his supportive parents. His father was a semi-professional footballer who also drove a taxi and his mother was a ballroom dance teacher. He has British citizenship but is of white ethnicity.
Husband Gary O’Donoghue
Gary is happily married to Sarah Luthwaite. The couple have been married for over two decades and are thrilled to be parents to a beautiful daughter.
Gary, his wife, and their daughter currently reside in Washington, DC, in the United States. They do, however, have a desirable home in Yorkshire, England.
Education Gary O’Donoghue
Gary attended a boys’ boarding school before enrolling in a mixed High School for the Blind. He represented England in blind football before enrolling at Worcester College for the Blind. Gary went on to study philosophy and modern languages at Christ Church, Oxford University.
Gary O’Donoghue’s salary
Gary’s annual salary is $98,380.
Gary O’Donoghue Net worth
Gary’s estimated net worth is $6 million.
Gary O’Donoghue Career
Gary currently works for BBC News in Washington, DC as chief North American political correspondent, having replaced Norman Smith in 2014. Gary has covered politics in America, including the presidency of Joe Biden and the presidency of Donald Trump.
After graduating from university, he started working for the network as a junior reporter on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. Gary has covered stories for the BBC in the United States, Africa, Europe and Asia. Gary was awarded a five-figure disability discrimination settlement by associate editor Daniel Pearl in 2007 after he pitched Gary’s story to June Kelly.
Gary was born with visually impaired eyes. Unfortunately, when he was eight years old in 1976, he went completely blind. The general public does not have access to specific details of what happened before their eyes. Gary is in good health except for his eyes.
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