Jasmine Guru-Murthy and Her Father Krishnan Guru-Murthy Photos

Jasmine Guru-Murthy (Krishnan Guru-Murthy’s daughter) Bio, Age, Parents

Jasmine Guru-Murthy Net Worth 2023

Jasmine Guru-Murthy is estimated to have a net worth of $200 Thousand dollars as of 2023. She has accumulated her net worth with her versatility in each field she has worked in.

Her primary source of earnings is from her career as a celebrity daughter. As she progresses in her career, her net worth is projected to rise.

Year Net Worth
2023 $200 Thousand
2024 $300 Thousand
2025 $400 Thousand
2026 $500 Thousand
2027 $600 Thousand

Jasmine Guru-Murthy Biography

Jasmine Guru-Murthy is the daughter of journalist and broadcaster Krishnan Guru-Murthy and his wife, Lisa Guru-Murthy. The family attended the Virgin TV BAFTA nominees’ party at Mondrian London in London, England, on April 19, 2018.

Jasmine Guru-Murthy Wiki

  • Birth name: Jasmine Guru-Murthy
  • Date of birth: Not known
  • Place of birth: England
  • Jasmine Guru-Murthy age: 18 years (as of 2023)
  • Birth sign: Not known
  • Height: 5′6″
  • Spouse: Not known
  • Education: Not known
  • Profession: Celebrity daughter
  • Salary: Not known
  • Net worth: $200 Thousand dollars (2023)

Jasmine Guru-Murthy Age

Jasmine Guru-Murthy and Her Father Krishnan Guru-Murthy Photos
Jasmine Guru-Murthy and Her Father Krishnan Guru-Murthy Photos

Jasmine Guru-Murthy is 18 years of age as of 2023, She was born in England. She usually celebrates her birthday with her family and close friends every year. Her zodiac sign is not known.

Year 2023 2024
Jasmine Guru-Murthy Age 18 years 19 years

Jasmine Guru-Murthy Height

Jasmine Guru-Murthy stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches approximately 1.68 m. Her weight, hair color, eye color, bra size, waist, and bust size will be updated as soon as the details are available.

Jasmine Guru-Murthy Parents and Siblings

Jasmine Guru-Murthy is the daughter of broadcaster Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Lisa Guru-Murthy. She has a younger brother named Jay Guru-Murthy, who is a member of the band Askew. Their father, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, is a prominent British journalist known for his role as the lead presenter of Channel 4 News and as the host of “Unreported World,” a documentary series focused on foreign affairs.

Jasmine Guru-Murthy Daughter Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Krishnan Guru-Murthy is a British journalist born on April 5, 1970. He is best known as the lead presenter of Channel 4 News and for hosting the foreign affairs documentary series, Unreported World.

Guru-Murthy’s family background includes his father, an Indian consultant radiologist, who worked in Blackburn and Burnley. The family initially lived in Liverpool before moving to a unique “gothic folly” in a village outside Burnley.

He attended Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Blackburn, a private school, and later pursued a Philosophy, Politics, and Economics degree at Hertford College, Oxford.

In addition to his journalism career, Guru-Murthy is married and has two children. His sister, Geeta Guru-Murthy, is a journalist for BBC News, while his brother, Ravi Gurumurthy, has held leadership positions at the International Rescue Committee and Nesta.

Guru-Murthy has faced health challenges, including Crohn’s disease and a genetic heart condition. He is a supporter of Liverpool F.C. and has been involved in music as part of a rock band with Peter Barron, the chief creative officer of Endemol UK.

His career in journalism began in 1988 with the BBC, where he contributed to DEF II’s Open to Question and the youth current affairs programme Reportage. While at Oxford University, he presented Asian current-affairs programs, such as East and Network East on BBC2. From 1991 to 1994, Guru-Murthy reported for the children’s news program Newsround.

He spent three years as a producer and reporter for Newsnight and was one of the launch presenters for BBC News 24 in 1997. Guru-Murthy’s association with Channel 4 News began in 1998, and he is currently the second-longest-serving presenter on the program, with Jon Snow being the longest-serving.

He served as the main presenter for Channel 4 News at Noon from 2003 to 2009 and was twice nominated for the News Presenter of the Year award by the Royal Television Society Journalism Awards, in 2010 and 2014.

Over the years, Guru-Murthy has hosted various programs and documentaries, including coverage of events like the 2012 Paralympics, the 2014 Winter Paralympics, and the reburial of Richard III. He has presented shows like The TV Show, The Operation: Surgery Live, The Event – How Racist Are You? The Autopsy, Number One (a quiz show), and two series of Going Cold Turkey.

Guru-Murthy also played a role in political debates, moderating Ask the Chancellors, the first debate between the Chancellor of the Exchequer and counterparts in the 2010 General Election. He hosted How to Save £100 Billion – Live the night before the new government’s Emergency Budget.

In 2011, Guru-Murthy became Channel 4’s ambassador for its foreign affairs program Unreported World. He has participated in making documentaries in countries such as Afghanistan, Cambodia, India, Iraq, South Africa, and Yemen.

However, Guru-Murthy faced suspension from Channel 4 in October 2022 after making an offensive remark about Northern Ireland minister Steve Baker. He later apologized, acknowledging Channel 4’s strict code of conduct.

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