Ann MacMillan (CBC London) Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, Married, Peter Snow, Salary and Net Worth

Ann MacMillan Biography and Wiki

Ann MacMillan is a retired Canadian journalist and the former Bureau Chief for CBC News‘ London Bureau before retiring in December 2013 after 40 years of experience in the field. She is well known as the wife of British broadcaster and historian Peter Snow CBE.

Ann MacMillan Age

MacMillan is 75 years old as of 2021, she was born on July 22, 1946, in the USA.

Ann MacMillan Birthday

MacMillan celebrates her birthday on the 22nd of July every year.

Ann MacMillan Height and Weight

MacMillan stands at an average height and moderate weight. She appears to be quite tall in stature if her photos, relative to her surroundings, are anything to go by.

Ann MacMillan Family and Parents

MacMillan was born and raised by her parents, Dr. Robert MacMillan and Eluned Carey Evans. Her father, Dr. Robert is a retired cardiologist.

Her sister Margaret MacMillan is a well-known author and scholar who is currently Warden of St Antony’s College and Professor of International History at the University of Oxford.

Her three brothers are Tom MacMillan, the longest-serving President and CEO of CIBC Mellon, Dr. Robert MacMillan Jr., the Director of the Robson Clinic at Toronto Rehab, and David MacMillan, an energy consultant located in London, England.

Ann MacMillan Education

MacMillan graduated from North Toronto Collegiate Institute and received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

Ann MacMillan Husband and Married

McMillan is married to her loving husband Peter Snow. In their marriage, MacMillan and her husband have been blessed with three wonderful children, Dan, Rebecca, and Kate.

McMillan and Snow married in 1976. Their son Dan Snow is married to Lady Edwina Grosvenor, daughter of the 6th Duke of Westminster. Peter Snow is a British radio and television presenter and historian.

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Ann MacMillan Peter Snow

MacMillan’s husband Peter Snow is a radio and television presenter. He has presented Trainspotting Live – a three-part television series about trains and trainspotting on BBC Four and ‘Planespotting Live’ for BBC4 among other shows.

Ann MacMillan CBC London Wikipedia

MacMillan began her career as a reporter for CHIN Radio in Toronto before becoming the co-host of New Direction, a new CBC weekly program on older citizens, in 1972. She then joined Global News as a national correspondent in 1973, becoming one of the network’s first female reporters, before joining CTV News in 1975.

She moved to CTV’s Montreal bureau, eventually becoming bureau head in 1975. She became CTV’s London bureau head a year later, in 1976. MacMillan returned to the CBC in 1981 as a correspondent for The Journal, the network’s main news show at the time, hosted by Barbara Frum.

She covered some of the world’s most important stories, including Germany’s reunification, the Irish peace process, the D-Day anniversaries, and the British Royal Family’s fall and rise.

As bureau head, she oversaw the CBC London bureau, which dispatched Canadian journalists from all over the world. MacMillan’s hallmark on-air segments for the CBC News Network included displaying the most recent headlines from the British press and tabloids, a technique colleague, and CBC News Host Heather Hiscox dubbed “Ann Mac-ing.”

She was also the driving force behind the CBC’s prized London Internship Programme, which allowed young Canadian journalists to spend six weeks working with some of the country’s most respected journalists and filing their own stories.

Ann MacMillan Net Worth

MacMillan has an estimated net worth of $100,000-$500,000 as of 2022.

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