Suzanne Moore is a journalist renowned for serving at least more than two decades for the newspaper called The Guardian.
Not only this but she has also written for many famous magazines and newspapers. For instance, it includes The Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail, The Independent, New Statesman, and Marxism Today.
|Birthday||17th July 1958|
|Net Worth||$1.4 million|
|Children||Three daughter; Scarlet, Bliss and Angel|
|Education||Northgate Grammar School and Middlesex Polytechnic University|
Besides Suzanne’s journalism career, she has also authored books. She published her first book called Looking for trouble in 1991. Since then, she has penned three more books; Head Over Heels (1996), Toss & Learn Games (2003), and Early Learning with Puppets, Props, Poems & Songs (2007).
10 Facts About Suzanne Moore
- As per the information obtained from Wikipedia, Suzanne Moore was born as Suzanne Lynn Moore on 17th July 1958 in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. At the time of writing this article, she is 62 years old.
- According to Networthpost.org, Suzanne has accumulated a net worth of $1.4 million.
- Moving on to Suzanne’s family, her father is an American, whereas her mother is British. Her parents got divorced when she was small.
- The Journalist, Suzanne, spent her childhood in Ipswich, England.
- Talking about Suzanne’s education, she went to a girls school named Northgate Grammar School. The school is located in northern Ipswich, Suffolk, England.
- Later on, Suzanne got enrolled at Middlesex Polytechnic University to pursue a degree in Psychology. But, she changed the faculty and chose Cultural Studies.
- After graduating, Suzanne began a Ph.D. on Theories of Pleasure at Middlesex Polytechnic University. But, she discontinued her studies after 18 months.
- Suzanne is a single mother to her three children. She gave birth to her first daughter, Scarlet, while she was in her 20s and attending University.
- During her early 30s, Suzanne delivered her second daughter, Bliss. And she became the mother to her third daughter named Angel, after a decade.
- In 2010’s UK General Election, Suzanne ran for the constituency of Hackney North and Stoke Newington as the independent candidate. She got 0.6% of the vote. However, Suzanne finished the election race by becoming sixth, losing against Diane Abbott.