Allison Pearson Biography
Allison Pearson is a British columnist and author, she has worked for the Daily Mail, The Independent, the London Evening Standard, The Daily Telegraph, and the Financial Times. Pearson has also worked as a presenter for Channel 4 and BBC Radio 4.
Allison Pearson Education
She studied English at Clare College, Cambridge, where she graduated with a lower second-class degree.
Allison Pearson Wiki
Pearson began her career as a sub-editor for the Financial Times before going to The Independent and later The Independent on Sunday in 1992. She worked as Blake Morrison’s assistant before becoming a television reviewer, earning Critic of the Year at the British Press Awards in 1993.
Pearson worked as a columnist for the Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph before taking over the Daily Mail from Lynda Lee-Potter. Pearson’s column for the Daily Mail terminated in April 2010, when it was announced that she would be joining The Daily Telegraph. Pearson returned to The Daily Telegraph as a columnist in September 2010. Pearson was a columnist and The Daily Telegraph principal interviewer in 2015.
Allison Pearson Salary
Pearson receives an annual salary of $105,000 dollars.
Allison Pearson Net worth
Pearson has an estimated net worth of $ 1.5 million dollars.
Allison Pearson Age
She is 62 years old as of 2022. Pearson was born on July 22, 1960.
Allison Pearson Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Allison Pearson Family
Pearson has not revealed any details concerning his family. It is unknown if she has any siblings or parents.
Allison Pearson Husband
Pearson was married to Simon Pearson, the two got married in 1988. She later came to live with Anthony Lane, film critic for The New Yorker.
Allison Pearson Daughter
Pearson has a daughter with Anthony Lane named Eveline Lane.
Allison Pearson Articles
She was always there. For most of us she has never not been there. Part of the scenery, a fixture in the firmament, certain as the sun rising in the east. Our Queen. Changing with the times, ever just the same. There are no soldiers left who swore an oath of loyalty to a King. Four of the last five prime ministers were born after her accession. The longest-reigning monarch. The face that launched a billion bank notes, the stamp on every letter, the silhouette of the national self. Our Queen.
New Prime Minister Liz Truss has promised to deliver on dealing with the energy crisis, so all attention now turns to her announcement on energy bill support. On this week’s episode of the Planet Normal podcast, which you can listen to using the audio player above, columnists Allison Pearson and Liam Halligan question whether the country can afford an energy bill freeze.