Facts of Nick Baker
|Age:||48 years 11 months|
|Birth Date:||April 22, 1972|
|Full Name:||Nick Baker|
|Birth Place:||Surrey, England|
|Salary:||$35k to $208k|
|Height / How tall :||5 feet 10 inches (1.78m)|
|Ethnicity:||British - Germanic|
|Profession:||TV Presenter, Naturalist|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Virgo, Cancer, Capricorn|
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Relationship Statistics of Nick Baker
|What is Nick Baker marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|When did Nick Baker get married ? (married date):||, 2009|
|How many children does Nick Baker have ? (name):||One (Elvie Baker)|
|Is Nick Baker having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Nick Baker gay ?:||No|
|Who is Nick Baker wife ? (name):||Ceri Baker|
More about the relationship
Nick Baker is married to Ceri Baker. The lovebirds were dating each other during their University days.
Taking their relationship to the next level, they married in 2009 in Tavistock. They married in a simple ceremony in the Register office of Tavistock.
Together, they are blessed with a daughter, Elvie Baker.
Who is Nick Baker?
British Nick Baker is a Naturalist and television presenter. Baker is renowned for the longest-running wildlife show, The Really Wild Show.
He is also a wildlife author and voice artist too.
He is a member of the Royal Entomological Society’s Youth Development Committee.
Nick Baker- Birth Age, Family, Education
Nick Baker was born as Nicholas Rowan Baker on the 22nd of April 1972 in Surrey, England. He is of British-Germanic ancestry.
In 1993, he graduated from the University of Exeter with Honors in Biological Sciences.
Nick Baker- Professional Career
After graduating from the University, he started to make documentaries. Nature Detectives is his first TV documentary.
Following the documentary, he joined the wildlife reality show, The Really Wild Show as the TV presenter. In the series, he shared the screen with the TV Presenters like Howie Watkins, Michaela Strachan, and Chris Lambert. The series became a milestone in his career. The series ran till 2006.
During the time interval, he featured the documentaries like Top 50 Greatest Celebrity Animals and Tomorrow’s World.
Some of the wildlife documentaries along with the year and the TV channel are as follow-
|Year||TV Documentaries||TV Channel|
|2018||Big Week at the Zoo||Channel 5|
|2007||Weird Creatures||Channel 5|
Voice Artist & Author
The TV presenter has expanded his career as a voice artist with the animated TV series, 2013- Zack and Quack. As a voice artist, he had contributed voice for the character, Quack. With the series, he has featured 28 episodes.
After ten years of experience as Naturalist, he published his very first book, Nick Baker’s British Wildlife. Though the book, he shared his experience with the readers.
Following the books, he published books like 2004- The New Amateur Naturalist, 2006- Forests and Woodlands, and 2007- Backyards and Parks.
Nick Baker- Net Worth, Salary
He has an estimated net worth of $700k. As a TV presenter, his earnings are in the range of $35k to $208k.
As a voice artist, his earnings are in the range of $27k to $308k. Apart from that, he also earns through his wildlife books.
He is a black-eyed brunette. He stands at a height of 5 feet and 10 inches.
Nick Baker- Instagram, Twitter
He is active on Twitter with the handle, @bugboybaker. He has 35.7k followers on Twitter and 106k on Instagram.
On Twitter, he is following the personalities like Sue Perkins, James Wong, and Sep Vanmarcke.
- From a very early age, he had a keen interest in nature.
- During his young days, he used to play in Chagford’s Jubilee Hall with his band.
- He has researched in Fabriciana Adippe (High brown fritillary butterfly) at Dartmoor.