This is what you need to know about a British journalist and television personality who is best known for her appearance on New Faces and was also a columnist for The Sun and the News of the World under the byline “The Bitch on the box” in the 1980s. She previously worked as a regular contributor on Grumpy Old Women and on many countdown list shows.
Nina Myskow Age
Myskow was born on 18 May 1946 in St Andrews, United Kingdom. She is 76 years old.
Nina Myskow Height
Her height is not known to the public and when it’s available it will be updated.
Nina Myskow Family
Myskow is the wife ofGrant McCahon. She moved to Scotland with her family at 15. Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Nina Myskow Husband
Myskow is happily married to Grant McCahon. Her husband is a media consultant in London. The couple lives a personal life.
Nina Myskow Salary
Myskow receives an annual average salary of £ 27,061 – £ 29,241. This is according to ITV News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Nina Myskow Net Worth
Myskow has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 Million dollars. Her career as a news journalist is her primary source of income.
Nina Myskow Career
Myskow has worked as a writer for Jackie and she later became the first female editor of the teenage magazine. On television, she appeared as a panelist on Through the Keyhole and three series of New Faces. She works for ITV and regularly reviews the newspapers on This Morning and recently contributed to discussions on The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Daybreak, and The Michael Ball Show, the last of which was canceled in 2010.
Her autobiography was entitled Love, Sex, and the Pursuit of Chocolate. She has also appeared on the Big Brother spin-off show and in In 2015 she appeared on a celebrity edition of the game show Pointless with Giles Brandreth and won a trophy. She has been criticized over her statements on women being ‘lazy and selfish’ for doing their makeup on the train and for stating that millennials are ‘snowflakes’.