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Ben Brown (Benjamin Russell Brown) was born on 26 May, 1960 in Ashford, United Kingdom, is a TV presenter, newsreader and journalist. At 60 years old, Ben Brown height not available right now. We will update Ben Brown's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Benjamin Russell Brown
Occupation TV presenter, newsreader and journalist
Ben Brown Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 26 May 1960
Birthday 26 May
Birthplace Ashford, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Ben Brown worth at the age of 62 years old? Ben Brown’s income source is mostly from being a successful TV presenter. He is from British. We have estimated Ben Brown's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In May 2017, he was interrupted by a passer-by while conducting a live interview on the street in Bradford. The female passer-by walked into shot, looked into the camera and said "Absolutely fantastic". After looking at the woman, Brown did not ask her to leave, but reached out his arm to move her out of the shot and "pushed the woman away, his hand on her chest". The BBC said that no further action would be taken as it was "clearly an accident".


In December 2010, Brown was criticised by viewers for adopting a "highly accusatory" tone during an interview he conducted on BBC News with Jody McIntyre, a political activist with cerebral palsy who had been dragged from his wheelchair by Metropolitan Police officers during a recent student protest march through London.


Brown wrote a novel based on his experiences of war reporting, entitled Sandstealers. The novel was published in May 2009 by HarperCollins.


In 2001 he won the Bayeux-Calvados Award for war correspondents for the second time for his coverage of the Intifada in Israel.


In January 1995, Ben resumed his roving role as a foreign correspondent, based in London. He has covered the break-up of Yugoslavia extensively, reporting from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Kosovo, where his stories helped to secure several awards for the BBC, including a BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) award.


He was appointed Moscow Correspondent in 1991, where he witnessed the final collapse of Communism and the fall of Mikhail Gorbachev. He was at the Russian Parliament when troops loyal to President Boris Yeltsin stormed it in 1993, and the following year he was in Chechnya for the start of the civil war. His coverage of that conflict won him several international prizes, including the Bayeux War Correspondent of the Year Award and the Golden Nymph Award from the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.

More recently, Ben was embedded with British troops in the Iraq War. Ben wrote about his experiences in a book, The Battle for Iraq, notably how a British soldier saved his life by opening fire on an Iraqi militiaman who was just about to shoot Ben in the back with a rocket-propelled grenade. Ben covered the first Gulf War in 1991, and his account of that, All Necessary Means was also published.


In 1986, Ben joined Independent Radio News, covering major stories from superpower summits to the Hungerford massacre. He joined BBC TV News two years later and was a Foreign Affairs Correspondent until 1991, reporting the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Gulf War, from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.


Benjamin Russell Brown (born 26 May 1960) is a British journalist and news presenter for the BBC's rolling news channel BBC News. He has also presented the BBC News at One, the BBC News at Six and the BBC News at Ten and is currently the usual Sunday lunchtime presenter on the BBC Weekend News on BBC One.