Louise Lear Biography
Tracy Louise Barden is a British journalist who serves as a weather presenter for “BBC News at Six” and regularly appears on BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Red Button, and BBC Radio. Prior to joining BBC she served as a weather presenter at Central Television, LBC in London, and the UK Weather Channel.
Louise Lear Age
Lear was born on 14 December 1967 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. She is 53 years old as of 2020.
Louise Lear Height
She boasts of a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Louise Lear Family
Lear is a very private person when it comes to her personal life, thus she has kept her family off the public eye. We will be sure to keep you informed once this information is available to us.
Louise Lear Husband
Louise is happily married to the love of her life Ian Lear, an architecture. and the Director at Riversheds Ltd. He formerly worked at Patisserie Holdings Ltd as a Design & Development Manager and The White Company Ltd as a Retail Store Development Manager. Ian earned a BA Honors in Interior Design from London Metropolitan University and three ‘A’ levels from De Montfort University, previously Leicester Polytechnic, in Design, Business Studies, and Geography. Louise and Ian haven’t revealed anything about their wedding date or location, and it’s also unclear when and where they met.
Lear and her husband are blessed with two sons, Jamie Lear and Miles Lear.
Louise Lear BBC
Louise joined the BBC Weather Centre in April 1998 and may be seen on BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Red Button, and BBC Radio, as well as presenting climate news on “BBC News at Six.” She also worked as a researcher at the BBC for Children before becoming an on-air personality.
She worked for an independent radio production company before joining the BBC, where she covered the 1992 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. Lear covered events such as Wimbledon as a sports reporter. She also worked at Central Television as a weather presenter and at LBC in London for two years.
Louise worked for a number of companies, including ‘Focal Television’ and the ‘London Broadcasting Company.’ She then went on to serve as a climate presenter for Central Television in 1992. She joined The Weather Channel at its inception in 1996 and went on to work as a cable and satellite weather reporter before joining the BBC in 1998.
Louise Lear Laughing
Lear came onscreen chuckling in August 2016, during her evening weather broadcast, and continued to laugh while she recounted the weather in Scotland and Wales.
“I’ll try to keep it together because the weather in Scotland today isn’t a funny matter,” Lear added, wiping away tears of laughter.
As they attempted to retake her introduction, her fellow presenter, Simon McCoy, playfully asked her if she was okay. Despite the fact that it was unclear what was making Lear laugh, she couldn’t seem to stop herself as she ended the program.
Louise Lear Salary
She earns an annual salary ranging between $ 100,000 – $ 300,000.
Louise Lear Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.