Jonny Dymond Biography
Jonathan David Dymond, commonly known as Jonny Dymond, is a British journalist who has covered the Middle East, Europe, the United States, and Turkey for the BBC for over 15 years. He also reported on the UK elections in 2017 and 2015, as well as the Brexit vote.
Before going to international journalism, Jonny spent five years in Westminster covering British politics. He hosts major news programs on both BBC Radio 4 and BBC World Service. He is an engaging and adaptable public speaker with extensive experience chairing debates and panel discussions on a wide range of topics.
How old is Jonny Dymond? – Age
Dymond is a British actor who was born in London on February 15, 1970. He is 51 years as of 2021.
Where did Jonny Dymond go to school? – Education
Dymond graduated from the University of London with a master’s degree in public administration and policy.
Jonny Dymond – Family
He has not mentioned anything concerning his parents and siblings.
He has kept his love life private, therefore no one knows about his wife and children.
What is Dymond Salary?
Dymond’s salary is under review.
Dymond Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be $1.5million.
Jonny Dymond Career
In 1994, he began his career at the BBC as a researcher before moving on to Newsnight as a producer. Following that, he worked as a correspondent for the BBC World Service and BBC World Service Television, first covering British politics for the BBC World Service and then relocating to Washington, DC in 2000. Between 2001 to 2005, he covered Turkey and the Middle East from Washington, DC. In 2017, Dymond became a royal journalist after working as a foreign correspondent in Brussels for several years.
In an interview with Town and Nation for the November 2019 issue, Dymond slammed Prince Andrew for agreeing to be interviewed by Emily Maitlis about the controversy surrounding his friendship with American billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, calling it a “fantasy” that Prince Andrew could have changed public opinion in a single 40-minute interview. During a royal trip to Australia, New Zealand, and several Pacific Islands in 2018, he told the same magazine that Prince Harry was disrespectful to members of the press, but he declined to go into detail about what he said to them.
He was diagnosed with throat cancer in 1997, and he wrote about it in his weekly column at The New York Times and in two books.