Luke Harding Bio, Affair, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Age, Nationality

(Journalist)

Luke Harding is a Journalist at Guardian, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Shadow State, Collusion, A Very Expensive Poison, The Snowden Files.

Relationship Facts of Luke Harding

  • Luke Harding is married to Alison Victoria {Compare Couple}.
  • He does not have any kids as of now.
  • Luke Harding is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

Luke is married to actress Alison Victoria. The couple got married in November 2013. Luke and Alison met in 2011 via a dating app match.com. He was a very big fan of her during that time. The couple started dating and took their relationship to the next level after two years of affair.

However, it’s been quite some time they have kept their personal life lowkey and have not spoken about romantic life in the media. Hence, speculations were that they have divorced or split.

Who is Luke Harding?

Luke Harding is a British journalist. He is a foreign correspondent for ‘The Guardian’. He worked in Russia for ‘The Guardian’ from 2007 until February 5, 2011.

Then, he returned to the UK. He was not allowed re-entry to Russia. He wrote a book named ‘Mafia’ in which he described his experience in Russia and the political system under Vladimir Putin and he described that system as a mafia state.

Luke Harding: Age, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity

He was born on April 21, 1968, in Nottingham, United London. He is currently 52 years old. His father’s name is Miles Teller and his mother’s name is Merry Teller.

He holds British citizenship but his ethnicity is English.

Education, School/College University

He graduated from UWC Atlantic College, South Wales with an International Baccalaureate diploma, and later attended University College, Oxford, and studied English.

He used to work there as a newspaper editor for ‘Cherwell’.

Luke Harding: Professional Life and Career

Luke Harding did his work for ‘The Sunday Correspondent’, the ‘Evening Argus’ in Brighton, and then the ‘Daily Mail’ before joining ‘The Guardian’ in 1990. By traveling across the world, he has reported from Berlin, Moscow, and Delhi and covered wars in Libya, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

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Caption: Luke Harding and Alison Victoria (Source: Curated Magazine)

The Guardian retracted the text ‘substantially similar to paragraphs’ in 2007 which was published in May, in the ‘Exile’. Then he was refused to re-enter Russia in February 2011.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov explained that the problem arose because the visa of Harding had expired but Harding had requested an exceptional visa extension until May which was approved.

He was only granted a short-term visa by Russia and it was decided that he would not be re-admitted. At that time, Harding thought not to seek a further visa and he returned to the UK in February.

He along with David Leigh published a book in 2011 named ‘WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy’ which was made into a Hollywood film ‘The Fifth Estate’ in 2013. He also mentioned in a piece for ‘The Guardian’ that Julin Assange and Paul Manafort met several times at the Ecuadorian Embassy.

Luke wrote a book on Edward Snowden, ‘The Snowden Files’ in 2014 which received a positive response from ‘The New York Times’, ‘The Guardian’, ‘London Review of books’, ‘Washington Post’, as well as from ‘The Daily Telegraph’. Later, it was made a film and named ‘Snowden’ and released in September 2016.

He published ‘A Very Expensive Poison’ in 2016 which is an account of the murder of the Russian ex-KGB whistle-blower and outspoken Putin critic Alexander Litvinenko. He got positive feedback from the ‘Spectator’, ‘Guardian’, ‘Times’, ‘London Review of Books’, etc.

Luke published ‘Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win’ and made the subject of  Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. He wrote an article in Guardian in November 2018 and stated that Paul Manafort made personal visits to Julian Assange in 2013, 2015, and 2016.

The article was characterized as possibly journalism’s biggest scoop of the year, or its biggest blunder.

Awards, Nominations

He was awarded the James Cameron prize for his work on Ukraine, Russia, WikiLeaks, and Edward Snowden.

Luke Harding: Net Worth, Salary

It is estimated that he has a net worth of around $4 million and his main source of income is from his professional career. His salary and income are under review.

Luke Harding: Rumors, Controversy

He broke the rules of his press accreditation by visiting the area of counter-terrorism operations without informing the relevant security authorities.

Additionally, he was supposed to be the subject of largely psychological harassment by the Federal Security Service, whom he alleges were unhappy at the stories he wrote.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size

Luke Harding has got dark brown hair and blue eyes. There is no information available about his height, weight, etc.

Social Media

Luke has around  41.7k followers on Twitter but there is no information available of his Facebook and Twitter followers.

 

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