David Battie has been widely recognized for being a television personality who appeared in the popular television show named Antiques Roadshow. As per reports claimed by Express UK, he is set to leave the show after working there for almost 43 years. Apart from Antiques Roadshow, he was also a cast of The Great Antiques Hunt back in the year 1994.
Quick Facts: David Battie Antiques Roadshow Wife Age: Wiki and Illness Explained
|Birthday||October 22, 1942|
|Profession||Television Personality, Author, Graphic Designer, Ceramics Expert|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
What happened to David Batte? Back in the year 2012, David broke his leg in Norwich and since then, he has taken nearly 1,300,000 mg of paracetamol. Apart from being a television personality, he is also recognized as an expert on ceramics after emphasizing in both Chinese and Japanese artifacts. Also, he is a graphic designer who had even worked for Reader’s Digest for almost 3 years.
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10 Facts on David Battie
- David Battie from Antiques Roadshow has even published his own book under the same name, The Antiques Roadshow, back in the year 1996.
- Moreover, he is a married man and as per various reports, we can confirm that David Battie’s wife is Sarah Battie.
- Moving on to David Battie’s age, he was born on October 22, 1942, and hence, he is already 78 years old now.
- According to David Battie’s Wikipedia page, he had worked for an auction house named Sotheby’s back in the year 1965.
- Talking about David Battie’s illness, he has been currently suffering from hemochromatosis, and also, he has type-2 diabetes.
- Moving on to his family, he and his wife share a daughter together named Henrietta Battie. She has two children of her own – India and Morgan.
- As per his bio, he was appointed the director of the Departments of Ceramics and Oriental Works of Art in the year 1976.
- Speaking about David’s earnings, he has an estimated net worth of nearly $1 million.
- Born and raised in the United Kingdom, we can say that his nationality is definitely British.
- As an author, David has published some other books as well – Pottery and Porcelain, Antiques Handbook, Sothebys Concise Encyclopedia of Porcelain, etc.