Lucy Verasamy Biography
Lucy Verasamy works for ITV Weather, ITV Racing, and ITV’s Good Morning Britain as a weather forecaster and television presenter.
She started working at the newly created ITV Breakfast show Daybreak as a weather forecaster and environment correspondent on September 6, 2010, with Kirsty McCabe.
Lucy Verasamy Age/Birthday
Verasamy is a 41-year-old weather forecaster born on August 2, 1980. She has been celebrating her birthday on the 2nd of August every year since 1980.
Lucy Verasamy Height
Verasamy approximately stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 meters).
Lucy Verasamy Family
Verasamy is a private individual who prefers to keep her personal life to herself. She has not yet shared information concerning her family members, neither of her siblings nor her parents.
Lucy Verasamy Husband
Verasamy is a private individual who prefers to keep her personal life to herself. She has not yet shared information concerning her love life, neither the previous nor the present relationship.
Lucy Verasamy Career
Verasamy worked as a meteorologist with the Press Association’s weather center (later called MeteoGroup – Europe’s Largest Private Weather Company) after graduation, authoring national and international weather forecasts for television, radio, and newspapers.
Verasamy joined Sky and turned to be the regular weather presenter on the Sky News early show Sunrise after completing a work experience placement at the Sky Weather Centre prior to becoming a weather forecaster. As part of their Green Britain campaign in 2007, the Sky News website initiated a part called Climate Clinic – Ask Lucy, in which Verasamy answered queries from the public about climate change.
She started working at the newly created ITV Breakfast show Daybreak as a weather forecaster and environment correspondent on September 6, 2010, with Kirsty McCabe. McCabe quit the show on February 7, 2012, leaving Verasamy as the only weather forecaster. She, too, quit the show on August 2, 2012. Verasamy has been the face of ITV’s national weather forecasts since 2012.
In addition, as of 2017, Verasamy is a weather expert for the ITV Racing team. In August, she joined Good Morning Britain as a relief weather presenter. Due to the Coronavirus, the new ITV travel shows How To Spend It Well on Holiday, co-presented by Verasamy and Phillip Schofield, was canceled in March 2020.
Verasamy joined colleagues ITV weather presenters Laura Tobin and Alex Beresford on the digital series Climate Crisis: Our Changing World in November 2020. Verasamy starred in M&S’s successful tv advertising campaign “Fresh Market Buffet” in 2021, which featured grilled produce from M&S’s own growers and producers in regions ranging from North Scotland to Jersey and aired in May and June.
Verasamy did her primary school studies at Silfield Primary School in Wymondham. Later, she joined the Framlingham College Junior School in Suffolk and King Edward VII School in King’s Lynn, where she graduated with an A-Level Geography. Finally, she received a BSc (Hons) degree in Geography from Brunel University in 2001.
Lucy Verasamy Net Worth
Verasamy has a net worth that is estimated to be about $1 million.
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