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Evan Davis Biography

Evan Harold Davis is a British economist, journalist, and BBC presenter. He has been the host of Dragons’ Den since 2005. Davis took over as the BBC’s economics editor in October 2001, succeeding Peter Jay. He left the job in April 2008 to become a broadcaster on BBC Radio 4’s Today show. In September 2014, he departed Today to become the principal anchor of Newsnight for four years. Davis took over as the anchor of Radio 4’s PM show on November 5, 2018.

How old is Evan Davis? – Age

He was born in Malvern, Worcestershire, England on April 8, 1962. He is 59 years as of 2021.

Where did Evan Davis go to school? – Education

In 1976, he attended Dorking County Grammar School, which was renamed The Ashcombe School, Dorking. Davis then received a First in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at St John’s College, Oxford, where he studied from 1981 to 1984, before obtaining a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. He worked as the editor of Cherwell, Oxford University’s student newspaper.

Evan Davis – Family

Davis was born in Malvern, Worcestershire, to parents from South Africa, Quintin Visser Davis, and Hazel Noreen Davis. Ashtead, Surrey, is where he grew up.
Davis and his French landscape architect partner, Guillaume Baltz, live in London. Mr. Whippy, his whippet, is his companion. Davis likes motorcycles and may be seen on BBC Two’s The City Uncovered on a Yamaha R6 motorcycle.

Davis Gay Partner

He is out and proudly homosexual. Davis has stated that he and his long-term boyfriend, Guillaume Baltz, will never have children.

Evan Davis The BBC journalist
Evan Davis The BBC journalist

What is Davis Salary?

He receives an estimated annual salary that ranges from $83,333.33 to $1 million.

Davis Net Worth

His net worth is $15 million.

Evan Davis Career

Evan Davis is the principal presenter of BBC2’s Newsnight, current events show. Prior to embarking on that job in September 2014, he was a broadcaster on BBC Radio 4’s Today program. He is also well-known for his role as the host of the BBC2 business reality show Dragons Den. He also broadcasts The Bottom Line, a weekly business debate program on Radio 4. Prior to joining the Today show, he was the BBC’s Economics Editor, the corporation’s most senior economics correspondent. He has produced a number of BBC documentaries, notably the popular two-part 2014 BBC2 documentary Mind the Gap, which investigated the economic inequities between London and the provinces.

In 2011, he aired Made in Britain, a three-part BBC2 documentary with an accompanying book about how Britain pays its way in the world. Evan was also one of several journalists engaged in a BBC1 Panorama series called Breaking into Britain, which was a poignant account of migrants’ journeys to Europe and the UK. He worked as an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and the London Business School before joining the BBC in 1993. He has authored several studies, articles, newspaper and magazine editorials, and the book, Public Spending (published by Penguin in 1998). He also contributed to the Penguin Dictionary of Economics and the New Penguin Dictionary of Business.

His most recent book, Post Truth: Why We Have Reached Peak Bullshit and What We Can Do About It, aims to explain why there is so much deception and nonsense in public discourse, and why it became more of a problem in 2016. He attended St John’s College, Oxford, from 1981 to 1984, and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government (1986 to 1988). Evan has received several honors. He was named Television and Radio Industries Club (TRIC) News Presenter of the Year in 2017. He was named Man of the Year by Attitude magazine in 2015.

Davis Awards

Davis has honorary degrees from the Open University, City University of London, Cardiff University, Coventry University, and Aston University, among others.

Davis has honorary degrees from the Open University, City University of London, Cardiff University, Coventry University, and Aston University, among others.

Publications

Government Spending. Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, 1998, ISBN 0-14-0426446-9.

Made in the United Kingdom. Little, Brown and Company, London, 2011. The ISBN is 978-140-8703-304.

Post-Truth: Why We’ve Reached Peak Fake News and What We Can Do About It Little, Brown and Company, 978-140-8703-311, London, 2017.

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