Ian Pannell Biography and Wiki
Ian Pannell is an American senior foreign correspondent for ABC News stationed in the London Bureau. Pannell previously worked at the BBC for 20 years covering some of the most astonishing, compelling stories in recent history. He reported from Syria for three years as a civilian protest movement transformed into a civil war.
Ian Pannell Age and Birthday
Ian was born on October 5th in the United States of America. His birth sign is Libra. His exact age and date of birth are under review and will be updated soon.
Ian Pannell Height
Pannell stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx. 1.75m) tall.
Ian Pannell Education
Details regarding his educational background have not yet been made public, this section is under review and will be updated soon when revealed.
Ian Pannell Family, Parents, Siblings
Attempts to establish his parents’ identities were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore unknown whether if he has any siblings. Further details regarding his family will be updated when established.
Ian Pannell Wife and Kids, Is He Married?
Moving on to his marital affairs, the famed correspondent is happily married to his lovely wife, Lou Pannell. The romantic duo is blessed with three children; Alfie, Charlie, and Jack.
His youngest son Alfie Pannell graduated high school in June 2019 and his oldest is a graduate of the University of Warwick.
Ian Pannell Salary
According to ABC correspondent salaries, Ian receives an average salary ranging from $130,106 to $228,488 a year.
Ian Pannell Net Worth
Ian Pannell has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million as of 2021. This amount is from his career as a correspondent among other investments.
Ian Pannell Syria
Pannell reported from Syria for three years as a civilian protest movement transformed into civil war, making more than a dozen trips to rebel-held areas. In Addition, he also covered the Arab Spring uprisings in Egypt, Bahrain, and the war in Libya.
Ian Pannell ABC News
Ian joined ABC News in June as a senior foreign correspondent, based in London. He previously worked for BBC News for 20 years, covering stories from North America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
“At this moment when telling the story of an unstable world is more important than ever, we are fortunate to add Ian to our ranks,” said ABC News president James Goldston in a note to staffers about the new hire. Dr. Timothy Johnson
He was the first journalist to enter the capital after the Taliban left Afghanistan in 2001. In 2008 he returned again, covering the push for democratic change in Kabul.
Ian Pannell Awards
- International Emmy Award for his coverage of the conflict between Hezbollah and Israel
- Royal Television Society Award for International News Coverage on his 2013 report of Syrian rebel-held areas
- International Press Award for his enterprise stories on displaced families in Syria
- Two Peabody Awards for reporting
- Two Emmys for reporting