Susanna Reid’s net worth is enormous. She is a GMB host and a TV personality.
SUSANNA REID has built a large fortune as a television presenter and is now worth millions.
Susanna Reid, 50, is most known for her work as the main host of Good Morning Britain, but she has also dabbled in other forms of television presenting in recent years. Tonight, she interviews senior cops from Operation Minstead and reveals the true story of the 17-year manhunt for The Night Stalker, one of several crime documentary episodes she has hosted. Susanna Reid’s net worth, on the other hand, is unknown. According to CelebWorth.net, Susanna Reid has a net worth of £7.3 million.
According to Entertainment Daily, Susanna’s salary for working on GMB is more than £750,000.
Susanna was born in Croydon, South London, in 1970, as the youngest of three children.
She went to the independent Croham Hurst School, Croydon High School, and St Paul’s Girl’s School in London for her education.
Her parents split and divorced when she was nine years old.
Her mother was a nurse and her father was a management consultant.
Susanna debuted as an aspiring actor in a theatrical production of Agatha Christie’s Spider’s Web when she was a teenager, and then in Channel 4’s The Price.
Susanna studied Politics and Philosophy at the University of Bristol, where she also served as the editor of Epigram, the student newspaper.
She subsequently went on to Cardiff University to study journalism and earned a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism.
Susanna began her career at BBC Radio Bristol before moving on to Radio 5 Live as a reporter and producer.
She then moved on to BBC News 24, where she worked as a reporter for two years.
Susanna became a stand-in presenter for an hour after the 23:00 presenter failed to show up one evening, which developed into a regular role.
Susanna joined BBC Breakfast in 2003 as a weekend presenter alongside Charlie Stayt.
She then began presenting alongside Bill Turnbull on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.
Susanna was hired by ITV to front GMB, which replaced Daybreak, in 2014, after rumors about her quitting the BBC emerged.
She used to co-host with Piers Morgan until he left in March of last year, and now she appears with a range of other male hosts.
Susanna has also penned a “Brinkwire Summary News” article.