Andrew Nichols Biography
Andrew Nichols is a prominent Canadian journalist presently working for CBC News Network as a newsroom reporter, an anchor, and a field reporter for both television as well as CBC Radio One. Nichols also serves for Radio One’s Cross Country Check-Up as a regular fill-in host.
Andrew Nichols Age
Nichols was born and brought up in Montreal, Canada. However, Nichols has not yet disclosed her exact birth details to the public.
Andrew Nichols Family
Despite being a famous journalist, Nichols has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight thus he has not divulged any information with regard to his parents or whether he has any siblings.
Andrew Nichols Education
He graduated from McGill University with a Joint Honours Degree in Political Science and History. Moreover, Nichols attended Carleton University in Ottawa where he attained a Master of Journalism.
Andrew Nichols Wife
Despite being a well-renowned journalist, Nichols has managed to keep a low profile with regard to his marital status. Therefore, there is no sufficient verified intelligence affirming whether he is married, dating, single, or divorced.
Andrew Nichols Salary
He bags a satisfactory salary that ranges between $ 43,668 to $ 150,443 per year. Nevertheless, details regarding the exact amount of salary she receives are currently unavailable.
Andrew Nichols Net Worth
Andrew Nichols has stockpiled a hefty fortune over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Andrew Nichols Career
As of now, Nichols works on CBC News Network between 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM ET from Monday to Friday. He joined the CBC in Winnipeg back in 2001. Since May 2004, he is located in Toronto where he has worked for CBC News Network as a newsroom reporter, an anchor, and a field reporter for both televisions as well as CBC Radio One. Furthermore, Nichols also worked as a regular fill-in host of Radio One’s Cross Country Check-Up.
He has served on several major news stories at News Network, including the breaking news of the Paris attacks in November of 2015. Nichols highly forecasted and extensively watched the Shafia family’s guilty verdict. Nichols has also served on several big stories at News Network’s predecessor CBC Newsworld. In 2004, he was the first to present the news of the death of Pope John Paul II to Canadians.