Nigella Lawson Short Bio
Nigella Lucy Lawson is English journalist, television personality,gourmet, and food writer who was born in London.She is the daughter of Nigel Lawson, Baron Lawson of Blaby and Vanessa. She was graduated from Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford and majoring in MA in medieval and modern languages.
Nigela Lawson Body Measurement Table
|Date of birth||6 January 1960|
|Age||54 years old|
|Eye Color||Brown Dark|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches|
|Hip Size||38 inches|
|Waist Size||29 inches|
|Weight||73 kg or 160 pounds|
Nigela Lawson Career
Right after graduated she was worked with the publisher Naim Attallah and began her journalism career in The Spectator latter asked to be the deputy literary editor of The Sunday Times in 1986 when she was 26 years old. She also wrote as journalist column in some newspaper and magazines like Daily Telegraph, the Evening Standard, The Observer and The Times Literary Supplement. She also wrote in food column at Vague as well as make up column in The Times Magazine. She latter received public attention when launching to best sellers book about cooking entitled How to Eat (1998) and How to be a Domestic Goddess (2000). Through her book she won the title of Author of the Year at the British Book Awards in 2001.
She the spread her wing in television by having her own program named Nigella Bites and chat show on ITV1 called Nigella. She also appeared in the program named Nigella Feasts, debuted on the USA’s Food Network in 2006. She then also signed to BBC Two to be a host for Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen that was received mostly positive review. The program then expanded and was changed to cookery series entitled Nigella Express. The program was first time aired on BBC Two on 3 September 2007.
She also become a judge guest on reality show Iron Chef America, titled “The Super Chef Battle” and then released her next book entitled Kitchen: Recipes from the Heart of the Home (2010). She also back again in front of camera by hosted her own program named Nigellissima. She also traveled to USA and appeared in television cooking show named The Taste.
Nigella Lawson Controversy
Nigella Lawson was sued by two former personal assistants on 27 November 2013. They sued that Lawson permitted them to using credit card because known that her using a drug.
Nigella Lawson Dating
Nigella Lawson was dated human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson QC until 1988. She then dated journalist John Diamond in 1986 and both married in Venice in 1992. Both were blessed with two children until her husband died because of throat cancer in March 2001. She then dated and married to collector Charles Saatchi in September 2003 but the couple then divorce in 2013 due the domestic abuse issue.