Marci Ien Bio, Age, Height, Mother, Husband, Kids, Net Worth, Politics
February 21, 2021
Marci Ien Biography
Marci Ien a Canadian former broadcast journalist for CTV and Member of Parliament serving for the riding of Toronto Centre. She co-hosted the CTV daytime talk show The Social from 2017 until 2020.
Marci Ien Age
Len Was born on 29 July 1969 in Toronto, Canada. She celebrates her birthday on July 29 every year.
Marci Ien Height
Marci Ien Family
Len is a wife to Lloyd Exeter and a parent of two kids. She was born to her father Joel Len and her unknown mother. Her dad came to Canada in the late 1960s to attend university and went on to a career in education as a teacher, principal, and school superintendent in Toronto. She has also not revealed if she has siblings or not.
Marci Ien Mother
Len has not revealed the identity of her Mother however she has shared a beautiful photo of them together on Twitter ” My Mama and me. She is everything. Love you.’
Marci Ien Husband
Len is happily married to her husband Lloyd Exeter. The couple is blessed with two children, Blaize and Dash.
Marci Ien Net Worth
Len has an estimated Net Worth of $5 million dollars.
Marci Ien Education
Len graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in radio and television arts in 1991.
Marci Ien Career
She started her career at CHCH-TV in Hamilton, Ontario in 1991 as a news writer and general assignment reporter. In 1995 she began reporting from Queen’s Park in Toronto, with her reports appearing both on CHCH’s local news and on WIC’s national newscast Canada Tonight.
She also moved to CTV as a reporter for CTV Atlantic, covering major stories including the crash of Swissair Flight 111 off Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia. In 1995, len also won a Radio Television Digital News Association Award for her news serial Journey to Freedom, a look at the Underground Railroad.
Marci Ien Politics
On September 17, 2020, Ien was announced as the Liberal candidate for the by-election to the 43rd Canadian Parliament for Toronto Centre. On October 26, 2020, she was elected to the Parliament of Canada October 26, 2020. She was formally sworn in on November 25, 2020.