Susan Nilsson ( Andrew Neil Wife ) is a Swedish Engineer, Environmental consultant know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||1973|
|Place of Birth||Sweden|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Swedish Engineer, Environmental consultant and Director|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Susan Nilsson is a Swedish Engineer, Environmental consultant and Director of Communications best known as the wife of Andrew Neil (Scottish Journalist and Broadcaster).Andrew had gained success after becoming an editor of ‘The Sunday Times’ during 1983-1994.
Susan Nilsson and Andrew Ferguson Neil
Early Life and Family
Susan Nilsson was Born on 1972. she has completed her schooling at a private school. After that, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in economics from a reputed university. Following her graduation, she started working as an environmental consultant, hence, she has not revealed much about it. Further, she has worked as a civil and structural engineer in several companies.
Susan Nilsson Husband
Susan Nilsson is popularly known as the wife of Sweden journalist Andrew Ferguson Neil.Neil married Susan Nilsson on 8 August 2015.He had dated the Swedish civil and structural engineer for several years. Nilsson is currently director of communications of engineering and environmental consultancy, Waterman Group PLC.By 2006 he had 14 godchildren but he has no children of his own.Neil is a resident of France and also has homes in London and New York.
Susan Nilsson Net Worth
Susan Nilsson is a Swedish Engineer, Environmental consultant and Director of Communications best known as the wife of Andrew Neil has an estimated Net Worth of $2.5 Million in 2021.
Andrew Ferguson Neil FRSA is a Scottish journalist and broadcaster. He is the former chairman of The Spectator and GB News. He was the editor of The Sunday Times from 1983 to 1994. He formerly presented BBC political programmes.Born in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Neil attended Paisley Grammar School before studying at the University of Glasgow. He entered journalism in 1973 as a correspondent for The Economist.
Neil was appointed editor of The Sunday Times by Rupert Murdoch in 1983, and held this position until 1994. After this he became a contributor to the Daily Mail. He was formerly chief executive and editor-in-chief of Press Holdings Media Group.
In 1988 he became founding chairman of Sky TV, also part of Murdoch’s News Corporation. He worked for the BBC for 25 years until 2020, fronting various programmes, including Sunday Politics and This Week on BBC One and Daily Politics, Politics Live and The Andrew Neil Show on BBC Two.
Since July 2008, he has been the chairman of Press Holdings, whose titles include The Spectator, and ITP Media Group. Following his departure from the BBC, he became the founding chairman of GB News and a presenter on the channel, but resigned on 13 September 2021.