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Eleanor Beardsley Wiki, Age, Married, Husband, Family, NPR, Net Worth

Updated On: 30 Oct, 2018

Eleanor Beardsley Wiki, Age, Married, Husband, Family, NPR, Net Worth

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Date of Birth Not Disclosed
Citizenship American
Profession Journalist
Marital Status Married
Husband/Spouse Ulysse Gosset
Divorced No
Gay/Lesbian No
Net Worth Not disclosed
Ethnicity White
Children/Kids Maxime Gosset (Son)
Education Furman University

The Veteran journalist who flourished late in her career has some noble qualities in her that get viewers to get attached to their radio set. Eleanor Beardsley is French journalist for NPR and is now a driving force in NPR. She received fame when she covered terrorist attack of Paris in November 2015 and had seen growth in her career ever since.

How Much Is Eleanor’s Net Worth?

The South Carolina native received Bachelor of Arts degree in European history and studied Master’s degree at the University of South Carolina. Eleanor received her first work as staff on Senator Strom Thurmond. In 2003, she worked as a spokesperson for the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo.

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The correspondent who learned French at the tender age of 10 by reading Asterix The Gaul came into the field of journalism in 2004. She started reporting for National Public Radio based in Paris since 2004. She is known for covering terrorist attacks in Paris in November 2015.

Eleanor whose journalism career spanned over a decade has amassed a considerable amount of net worth. The veteran journalist receives a handsome salary from NPR. The reporter who lives a low key life keeps her net worth under the wraps, but her net worth is expected to be Millions of dollars at least. As per the record of the GlassDoor, an average estimated salary of the journalist is around €45,632 per annum. Also, the salary varies from €45K to €60K.

Eleanor Struggles To Cope Up With Work And Family!

Eleanor claims that she is not a workaholic but is struggling to give time to her family. The beautiful correspondent who shifted to France to pursue a career in Journalism found her dream man in Ulysse Gosset who is also a journalist, news anchor, and television presenter.

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After dating for several years, they shared vows and entered a new journey of married life. The couple has a son named Maxime Gosset.


NPR correspondent Eleanor Beardsley with her husband, Ulysse, and son, Maxime (Photo: NPR)

The family of three went on a weekend and enjoyed the skiing. Wearing ski outfits, she alongside her husband and a cute son, smiled with glee and posed for a photo. Eleanor even shared the glimpse of her wonderful weekend via Instagram on 1st April 2015 in France and captioned it, “Great way to start the year.”

She adores her family member especially her son, Maxime. She also shares every funny moment spent with her son on her accounts on social networking sites. Recently, in January 2018, Eleanor shared the funny moment of her and Maxime with 13K Twitter followers.

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She told about the funny fact with her son saying people now can charge their phone while waiting for the bus. After then, her son gave a weird and stupid reaction saying "Duh."

Eleanor, in an interview, opened about her family in 2008 and revealed that her husband has two sons for 13 and 15 years from a previous relationship and she couldn’t move to the US back then.

Eleanor's Short Bio

According to wiki sources, the journalist was born as American in Beardsley, South Carolina. In early 2000, she was part of her dream career as she joined as a freelance journalist in NPR. The South Carolina native possesses a decent height and excellent body shape for a veteran journalist.

In spite of getting a job as a reporter late in the career, she is driving herself to the very peak of success. The South Carolina-born journalist started learning the French language at the age of ten, reading the Asterix The Gaul comic book series with her father.