Is Tom Carver Married? His Bio, Age, Wife, Family and Net worth

Is Tom Carver married? Yes, he is. His wife’s name is Katherine B. Kay aka Katty Kay (born on 14 November 1964). They exchanged their vows in 1989 which means the couple has already spent over three decades together. They are enjoying happy family life together with their four children. They have three daughters named Maya Carver, Jude Carver and Poppy Carver. They have a son named Felix Carver.

All of his four children carry dual nationals. Three of them were born in the United States whereas their oldest child was born in Tokyo, Japan and is a naturalized US citizen. It might be interesting to our audience to know that Tom’s wife Katty also carries Swiss citizenship. This post allows our audiences to explore more interesting personal facts and bio of Tom Carver:

 

Who is Tom Carver?

Born as Thomas Richard Carver, he landed on the planet on November 2, 1960, which makes his age be 61 years old as of 2021. By profession, Carver is a British writer best known for being a former BBC foreign correspondent. His writings have already been featured in renowned magazines like The Sunday Times, The Independent, London Review of Books. The Guardian and New Statesman.

 

About his wife

Tom Carver often describes himself as a lucky guy to have a wife like Katherine B. (Katty) Kay who is a famous journalist and author. His wife is currently known for presenting the current affairs news program BBC World News America and has previously worked BBC coverage of two Presidential elections in 2016 and 2020.

 

Early Life and Family Background

Tom Carver was born in 1960 and his place of birth is in Hereford, the United Kingdom. Talking about his family background, he is the grandson of Olympic oarsman, Oswald Carver who rowed in the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. His grandfather died in 1916 during the Battle of Gallipoli at the age of 28. After that, his grandmother, Elizabeth Carver tied her knot with Bernard Montgomery in the following year (1917). Tom’s step-grandfather later turned the Field Marshal Montgomery in the Second World War. When Lord Montgomery of Alamein left this world, Tom was just 15 years old.

Moving towards his education and academic achievements, he went to independent boys boarding school called the King’s School in Canterbury. After graduation, he went to the University of Bristol for his higher education.

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Career and Professional Journey

Tom started his journalism career as a local radio trainee for BBC. Later, he was promoted as a BBC foreign correspondent and was seen reporting on various global issues like the collapse of the Soviet Union and the withdrawal of the Soviet Army from Afghanistan. He also reported the first Gulf War in 1991 where he went to northern Iraq in order to investigate the massacring of the Kurds Saddam Hussein. Tom became one of the few first journalists to see the migration of half a million Kurds across the mountains towards Turkey

The same year, he became the BBC Africa correspondent and covered issues like Operation Restore Hope and the Angolan Civil War. He also covered the Rwandan genocide, the transition to black majority rule in South Africa and the Massacre of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War.

He turned the BBC Washington correspondent and worked for eight years starting from 1997. During this, he was seen covering issues like the disputed 2000 presidential election and the murders of dozens of women in Mexico. He became the BBC Newsnight Washington correspondent which later made him a witness of the 11th September 2001 attack.

Along with few other journalists. Tom traveled with Vice-President Dick Cheney through the Middle East during the Iraq War. He covered the moment when Barack Obama gave his first national speech at the Democratic National Convention. Later, he grabbed an opportunity to serve as the Senior Vice-President at Control Risks for which he left BBC. Later, he became the head of Global Communications after being a part of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

 

Body Measurements: How Tall is Tom Carver?

Former BBC foreign correspondent, Tom Carver stands at a tall height of 5 feet and 10 inches. Tom weighs about 65 kilograms. He is a man with an inspiring and leading personality and is mostly appreciated for his outstanding presenting skills.

 

How Rich is Tom Carver?

British writer Tom Carver has an estimated net worth of US$1.2 million. In addition to his journalism. Tom is also credited for authoring a book titled “Where the hell have you been?” which is about his father Richard Carver. The book shows the adventures of his father during the Second World War in Italy which has detailed information on Richard’s escape from prisoner-of-war camp PG 49 at Fontanellato.

 

Wiki and Facts

The biography of Tom Carver is prepared by various wiki sites like Wikipedia. Find him on Twitter @tomrcarver but the account isn’t verified yet. According to his official website, one can contact Richard Foreman at richardforeman.chalke@hotmail.co.uk in order to invite him for a talk, book signing, or speech.

 

Conclusions

Tom Carver is a successful writer and has gained recognition as a former BBC journalist. He is one of the renowned journalists covering global issues and events including the Gulf War, Afghanistan War, September Attack and so on.

 

Quick Facts

Birth Name: Thomas Richard Carver

Date of Birth: November 2, 1960

Place of Birth: Hereford, the United Kingdom

Parents Name: Richard Carver (father)

Profession: Writer, Journalist

Height: 5 feet and 10 inches

Weight: 65 kilograms

Net Worth: US$1.2 million (estimated)

Sexual Orientation: Straight

Marital Status: Married

Spouse/ Girlfriend: Katty Kay

Children: Felix Carver, Maya Carver, Jude Carver and Poppy Carver

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