David Olusoga Wiki, Married, Wife, Family, Net Worth
Updated On: 17 Apr, 2019
|Date of Birth||January 1970|
|Net Worth||Not Disclosed|
|Salary||$45,024 Per Year (Approx.)|
|Social Media||Facebook, Twitter|
|Education||University of Liverpool|
Nothing can stop a man, who has desires to achieve a goal even if the suffering is racism. David Olusoga is a historian and a TV presenter who had to suffer from racism in his town during his young age. While he was living in 1980s Tyneside, he was forced out of his Gateshead home by thugs and the memory of it still hunts him. He had to go through the physical attacks and his parents were even driven out of the home when he was 14 years of age by a sustained campaign of attacks by the National Front.
But, he didn't allow the traumatic experience to define his relationship with North East and he has a deep form of respect for the place where he was brought up by his parents. His strong desires to attain self-respect compelled him to take the decision of leaving the area and push himself towards his career and as in now, he is one of the reputed BBC presenters in the UK.
David is best known for featuring the documentaries like The World's War: Forgotten Soldiers of Empire and Black and British: A Forgotten History.
How Does David Olusoga Accumulate The Net Worth?
David Olusoga accumulates the net worth as being a historian, writer, broadcaster, and filmmaker. As per the PayScale, an estimated salary of Historian is about $45,024 yearly. He also amassed the revenue working for the BBC on and off the screen.
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Alongside his career as a TV presenter and filmmaking, David also musters the fortune through his authored books like Black and British: A Forgotten History, The Kaiser's Holocaust: Germany's Forgotten Genocide and the Colonial Roots of Nazism, Civilisations: First Contact / The Cult of Progress, The World's War and few more.
The British Nigerian writer worked for BBC behind the camera until the documentary The World's War: Forgotten Soldiers of Empire brought him to limelight in 2014. Later, he worked for a few more documentaries like King and Empire: Britain's Caribbean Heroes and Britain's Forgotten Slave Owners in 2015. David earned recognition for his 2016th series Black and British: A Forgotten History. He also worked presented a BBC documentary Civilisations that has over nine episodes and more than 500 works of art across 31 different countries.
As in 2019, David is returning to the BBC2 with a brand new series, A House Through Time where the series will show how the historic house can hide incredible historical secrets and moving personal stories. (words:173)
David Tweets About Partner; Is He Married?
David Olusoga is rarely seen giving a glimpse of his personal life in the limelight. David never appeared in a public partnering with his companion.
However, On 4 November 2016, the Guardian Magazine confirmed that David is dating a partner, whom he met in the canteen while working in BBC. As per the magazine, she is a producer at the Natural History Unit.
Since then, David rarely gave a hint about his love life with his mystery partner.
Recently on 11 February 2018, he mentioned his partner when he showed his rage against racism. He wrote that he was against racism. He said that he has a white mother and a white partner. David's tweet revealed that he is in an intimate relationship with his partner.
David Olusoga mentions "partner" in a tweet on 11 February 2018 (Photo: Twitter)
But, he didn't clarify if the lady was his girlfriend or his wife. Instead, he used the term "partner."
As of now, David is in a good term with his partner and makes sure not to reveal her name. David is yet to make a confirmation about his possible married life.
David Olusoga's Family
David Olusoga, age 49 was born to a Nigerian father and a British mother. His dad met his mom at the city’s university in the 1960s. Later his parents separated from each other when he was just two years old.
David then moved with his mother and three siblings in the north-east of the UK. Since David's family were one of the mixed-race family in their hometown, so they battled racism attach every day.
When he was of age 14, he and his mom were forced out of their home by racists. The National Front attacked their house repeatedly, and they were living under police protection.
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David Olusoga was born as David Adetayo Olusoga in January 1970 in Lagos, Nigeria. He with his mother migrated to the UK and grew up in Newcastle. David, who holds British nationality belongs to British-Nigerian ethnicity, as per wiki.
He went to the University of Liverpool, where he completed his graduation in the history of slavery.