Quentin Sommerville is a BBC correspondent. Is Sommerville on Wikipedia?
Quentin is a British journalist who works as the BBC correspondent for Middle East Asia.
According to his IMDb page, he has worked in several TV programs including The Andrew Marr Show, Newsnight, Breakfast, BBC World News America, Newscast, and Screen Two.
Sommerville has worked with several big journalists and reporters, including Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Dana Bash, and Christine Bloom.
He appeared in the C-SPAN’s Public Affairs Event in 2017.
Quentin Sommerville Wikipedia
Quentin Sommerville is not on Wikipedia.
One can read about his biography and career details on a couple of Wiki-bio pages.
However, Sommerville is active on Twitter under the username @sommervilletv. He has more than 95.7k active followers and 13.1k tweets as of June 2021.
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— Quentin Sommerville (@sommervilletv) June 8, 2021
His Age Details Revealed
Quentin Sommerville age might be in the late 40s.
Quentin accompanied Iraqi forces in 2017 when they pushed into Mosul.
He appeared at the 2018 Radio and TV Correspondents’ Association Dinner.
Who Is Quentin Sommerville Wife?
Quentin Sommerville and his wife prefer to stay away from the limelight.
He rarely talks about the details of his family, wife, and married life to the media.
Quentin was born and raised in Townhead, Glasgow and his ethnicity is Caucasian. He is currently based in Beirut and frequently travels all around the world for his work.
He does not seem to be active on other social media platforms such as Instagram.
What Is His Net Worth
Sommerville net worth might be abundant as he has a long and successful career.
Further details about his earnings and salary are currently private.
Quentin once got high on live broadcast while filming near a stack of burning drugs.
— Quentin Sommerville (@sommervilletv) June 9, 2021
He began his career with BBC’s Screen Two.
The series won multiple awards and ran for 15 seasons. According to Muck Rack, he is seen in BBC Mundo, El Imparcial, New Statesman, and BBC.