Holly Williams CBS, BBC News, Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Salary, Parents, Siblings, Husband

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Last updated on September 25th, 2022 at 03:10 pm

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Holly Williams Biography and Wiki

Holly Williams is a CBS foreign and war correspondent from Australia who has been with the network since 2012. She has worked for BBC News, CNN, and Sky News in the past. Williams began doing her own camera work after her internship and covered the 2008 Summer Olympics in China. This led to her first job as a correspondent, and she spent 12 years in China, becoming fluent in the language. She previously worked for BBC News, CNN, and Sky News.

Holly Williams Education

Williams graduated from the Australian National University with a bachelor’s degree in Chinese language studies and Asian history.  Deakin University then awarded her a master’s degree in international relations.

Holly Williams Age

How old is Holly? Holly is 44 years old as of 2022. She was born in 1978 in Tasmania, Australia.

Holly Williams Nationality

Holly is an Australian national and citizen by birth, she was born in  Tasmania, Australia. She is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. ALSO READ: Mark Bittman

Holly Williams Height and Measurements

Her height is not yet disclosed. Nevertheless, she has not shared more data concerning her other body measurements in the public domain. Moreover, we will update this section once the data are provided.

Holly Williams Parents and Siblings

Williams was born and raised in Tasmania and Victoria, Australia, besides, attempts to establish the identities of her family, her mother, and her father was in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not known whether she has any siblings.

Holly Williams Husband – Married

She married fellow musician Chris Coleman on September 27, 2009. The two reside, with their daughter and son in Istanbul, Turkey.

Holly Williams Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $ 1.6 Million. She has amassed a modest wealth through the revenues of her job as an anchor/reporter.

Holly Williams CBS | Career

Williams started shooting her own footage and covered the 2008 Summer Olympics in China. This led to her first job as a correspondent, and she spent 12 years in China, becoming fluent in the language. She previously worked for BBC News, CNN, and Sky News. Williams went on to work as a war correspondent in Iraq, Yemen, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Gaza, Syria, and Libya. She also reported from the conflict zone in Ukraine’s Donbas region, where she was in the trenches separating pro-Russian rebels. CBS hired Williams in October 2012. Williams was mentioned in an article about leading female war correspondents in the New York Times on August 21, 2015. On March 12, 2017, 60 Minutes aired two segments Williams produced based on interviews she conducted with Mohamedou Slahi. Slahi was one of the few people held in Guantanamo whose torture was explicitly acknowledged by American officials. Slahi’s first television interviews since his repatriation, according to CBS News. Williams made the trip to Mauritania for the interviews.

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Williams returned to Ukraine in 2022 and began reporting on the Russian-Ukrainian crisis. She traveled to eastern Ukraine to report on the conflict, accompanied by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. For her coverage of the terrorist organization ISIS, Williams received the Edward R. Murrow Award and the Jack R. Howard Award. The Polk Award was given to Williams and his colleague Andrew Portch in 2012. In 2015, Williams received the Edward R. Murrow Award for her ongoing coverage of ISIS, as well as the Scripps Howard Foundation’s Jack R. Howard Award for her early reporting on ISIS in Syria and northern Iraq. In the summer of 2014, Williams was one of the first journalists in Iraq to report on the emergence of ISIS in the country’s north. Williams previously worked as a Beijing-based Asia Correspondent for Sky News, where she covered the Japanese tsunami and nuclear disaster, as well as the release of Burmese Peace Prize Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest. She previously worked as a producer for both BBC News and Sky News. She was the author of stories that received the Royal Television Society Award, the Foreign Press Association Award, and the Golden Nymph.