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Nick Paton Walsh Biography and Wiki

Nick Paton Walsh is a British journalist who is a Senior International Correspondent for CNN, working as their Beirut Correspondent.

He has been a correspondent in several cities like Kabul as CNN’s correspondent. Paton Walsh has also been an Asia and foreign affairs correspondent for the UK’s Channel Four News. Also, a  Moscow correspondent for The Guardian newspaper.

Nick Paton Walsh Education

Walsh studied at Epsom College, a boarding independent school in the town of Epsom, also in Surrey county. After Epsom College, he joined the University College London.

Nick Paton Walsh Age and Birthday

Nick was born on November 26, 1977, in Guildford, Surrey, England. He celebrates his birthday on November 26, every year.

Nick Paton Walsh Family, Parents and Siblings

Information about Nick Paton’s parents and siblings is not available. He is a very private person when it comes to his personal and family life. As of now, there’s no information regarding his family.

Nick Paton Walsh Wife, Is he married?

Paton Walsh has not yet opened up about his significant other. It is not known whether he is married or not. Also, there are no records of his past or present relationships.

Nick Paton Walsh Measurements and Facts

Here are some interesting facts and body measurements you should know about CNN’s Nick Paton Walsh.

Nick Paton Walsh Bio and Wiki

  • Full Names: Martha Teichner
  • Gender: Male
  • Profession: News correspondent
  • Nationality: British
  • Race/ Ethnicity: British
  • Religion: Not Known
  • Sexual Orientation: Straight

Martha Birthday

  • Age: 42 years old (2019)
  • Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
  • Date of Birth: November 26, 1977
  • Place of Birth: Guildford, Surrey, England
  • Birthday: November 26

Martha Body Measurements

  • Body Measurements: Not Available
  • Height: Average
  • Weight: Moderate
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Hair Color: Dark Brown
  • Shoe Size: Not Available

Nick Paton Walsh Family and Relationship

  • Father (Dad): Mr. Walsh
  • Mother: Mrs. Walsh
  • Siblings (Brothers and Sisters): Not Known
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Spouse: Not Available
  • Dating: Not Available
  • Children:  None

Nick Paton Walsh Net Worth and Salary

  • Net Worth: $1M-$10M
  • Salary: Under Review
  • Source of Income: Journalism
  • Employer: CNN, Channel 4 News, and The Guardian
  • Known For: CNN’s Kabul Correspondent, Asia and foreign affairs correspondent for the UK’s Channel 4 News, and Moscow correspondent for The Guardian newspaper

Amanda House and Cars

  • Place of living: To be Updated
  • Cars: Car Brand to be Updated

Nick Paton Walsh Career

Paton Walsh began his career in 1999 with The Observer newspaper, where he worked as a researcher on the travel and film sections. While at the Observer he won the Young Journalist of the Year award from the British Press-Gazette.

His winning articles included one on nuclear testing in Kazakhstan, another on male anorexia and one on malaria in the Gambia. The award got him a job on the home news desk where he worked for 1 year and 6 months.

He later accepted a voluntary redundancy to go and work as the newspaper’s stringer in Moscow. He would then became the Guardian’s and Observer’s Moscow correspondent, a position he held for four years.

During this time, Paton Walsh was one of the two journalists who risked their way inside the grounds of the Nord Ost theatre at the close of the Dubrovka theatre siege that happened in October 2002. He covered the mass that revolutions that happened in Georgia, Ukraine, and Kyrgyzstan and their failure in Azerbaijan and Belarus.

Paton Walsh was also the Guardian’s only correspondent present in Beslan for the brutal hostage crisis at Middle School Number One. In addition to that, Paton helped break the story of the disciplining of Craig Murray, the then British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, who spoke out against the British invasion of Iraq. He also secured the first interview with the ambassador for the Guardian and Channel Four News.

In 2006, Paton Walsh won the Amnesty International’s Gaby Rado Award for his work in the former Soviet Union; their television award for his work in Sri Lanka in 2010. In the same year, he also won the Lorenzo Natali Prize for human rights reporting.

Walsh’s work in February 2011, from Kandahar, Afghanistan was a section of a body of reports that won Channel Four News the prestigious Broadcast television award for news and current affairs coverage.

Nick Paton Walsh CNN

Paton Walsh’s TV career began in March 2011 when he started working for CNN in Pakistan. Here he covered the death of Osama bin Laden as their first reporter in the country to the story, entering the fugitive’s former compound and breaking the news that cellphone signals had led the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to the al-Qaeda leader.

Paton also covered former U.S President Barack Obama’s speech on the withdrawal of America’s troops from Afghanistan, detailing a Taliban resurgence in Nuristan Province, a developing opium culture in Badakhshan Province, together with insurgent violence and a resurgent al-Qaeda in Kunar.

From Benghazi, he reported on Libya’s declaration of liberty after Muammar al-Gaddafi was deposed. In September 2011, he became CNN’s full-time correspondent in Kabul before moving to Beirut in August 2012, from where he began covering the civil war in Syria.

He reported on the fate of a 4-year-old girl hit by a sniper, the aftermath of an airstrike on a family residence, Aleppo airstrikes, and the protracted war for 100 yards of a street in the Old City. These reports helped CNN win two Edward R Murrow Awards, a Peabody and a News and Documentary Emmy Award for Individual Achievement in a Craft – Writing.

Nick Paton Walsh Channel Four News

Paton Walsh joined Channel Four News on September 2006 as a foreign affairs correspondent. For the news program, Paton covered the Iraq surge both from Baghdad and Washington and reported from Mosul and Basra. He interviewed Russian murder suspect Andrey Lugovoy on the day the businessman was charged by British police with the murder of Alexander Litvinenko.

While he was based in London, Paton uncovered a series of exclusives for the program. These included the British use of incendiary bombs in Afghanistan; a covert British program to train the special forces of regimes thought to have questionable human rights records and Sebastian Coe’s controversial depiction of the Chinese policemen who guided the Olympic torch through London as “thugs”.

During the 2008 elections in Zimbabwe, Paton was Channel Four News undercover correspondent. This made him one of the few western reporters inside the country during the violent crackdown on the MDC. In July 2008, he also reported on the war between Georgia and Russia from both sides of the front line.

Paton Walsh moved to Bangkok in September 2008 to become the program’s Asia correspondent. During the Mumbai hotel sieges in November the same year, Paton got the first interview with the Australian barman held in the Taj Hotel.

Victor Bout

In March 2009, Channel Four News ran the first interview in seven years with alleged Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout. The interview was a product of six months of negotiations by Paton Walsh and it took place at the courthouse and in his remand center, as he faced extradition to the U.S.

Victor Bout professed his innocence but also admitted his planes could have run weapons without his knowledge. He also said he was close personal friends with Jean Pierre Bemba, an alleged warlord on trial in the Hague for crimes against humanity.

In April 2009, Paton Walsh was deported from Sri Lanka along with his colleagues in the Channel Four News team in the country, for their reporting on allegations from the United Nations about sexual abuse in camps of those internally displaced there.

No Fire Zone

Paton, his producers Nevine Mabro and Bessie Du and cameraman Matt Jasper, had run a report to the end of the 25-year war when the military closed in on a tiny strip of land, filled with civilians, in the country’s northeast, called the No Fire Zone.

After three weeks of coverage, Paton’s team ran footage secretly filmed inside the camps, into which Tamil civilians fleeing the fighting had been held. The report enraged the country’s defense minister, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, so much that he personally rang Paton Walsh to inform him that he and his team would be deported.

Asia

While serving as an Asia correspondent, Paton covered the Afghanistan presidential election crisis of 2009. In a series about the British army’s conduct in Afghanistan, Paton revealed the dissatisfaction felt by Afghans who had served for the UK military as translators in Helmand; men who had been injured on duty but who felt abandoned.

In Pakistan, he reported on the Taliban’s infiltration of Karachi and on the military’s campaign to take Bajaur. His team made the first broadcast of mobile phone footage of a woman being flogged publicly by the Taliban in the Swat Valley, which caused a popular outcry in Pakistan.

Paton also organized and reported interviews with Taliban leaders Mansoor Dadullah and Mullah Nasir. Paton has also worked on economic booms in China, on mud volcanoes in Indonesia, food exportation from Cambodia, migrant workers in Dubai, Naxalite rebels in Chhattisgarh, India and he watched and reported as his office and flat were surrounded by protests in May 2010, that shook Bangkok.

Nick Paton Walsh Net Worth

His exact net worth has not yet been revealed but ranges between $1 million and $10 million.

Frequently Asked Questions About Nick Paton Walsh

Who is Nick Paton Walsh?

Walsh is a British journalist widely known for being the CNN’s Kabul Correspondent, Asia and foreign affairs correspondent for the UK’s Channel 4 News, and Moscow correspondent for The Guardian newspaper.

How old is Paton Walsh?

Walsh is 42 years old as of 2019. He was born on November 26, 1977.

How tall is Paton Walsh?

Walsh has an average height. He has not shared his height with the public. His height will be listed once we have it from a credible source.

Is Paton Walsh married?

Details about his love life are still under review. We will let you know when he gets in a relationship or when we discover helpful information about his love life.

How much is Paton Walsh worth?

His exact net worth has not yet been revealed but ranges between $1 million and $10 million.

How much does Paton Walsh make?

His annual earning has not been disclosed by any credible source.

Where does Paton Walsh live?

Because of security reasons, Walsh has not shared his precise location of residence. We will immediately update this information if we get the location and images of his house.

Is Paton Walsh dead or alive?

Walsh is still alive and in good health.

Where is Paton Walsh now?

Walsh is working as a Senior International Correspondent for CNN.

Is Nick Paton Walsh related to Jill Paton Walsh?

No the two are not related. They just happen to share a name. Jill Paton Walsh is an English novelist and children’s writer who was born on 29 April 1937. She is best known for the Peter Wimsey–Harriet Vane mysteries.

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