Lyse Doucet Husband, Family and Personal Life
Lyse Doucet is not married till the date and doesn’t have a husband. Lyse has been free from all the speculations and rumors from the media. She has never been linked up with anyone and is not involved in any kind of relationships so far.
She was born to Canadian parents in Canada. Lyse has a sister who is a professor at a University in Canada. Lyse Doucet is of Irish and Migmaw ancestry.
This lady has kept her profile very low about her personal life. This Catholic woman was once mistaken for being Jewish which she strictly opposed saying unconventional statement.
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- Marital Status: Single
Doucet attended Queens University at Kingston during 1980. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the university.
She then attended the University of Toronto and earned her master’s degree in International relation in 1982.
Lyse Doucet TV Shows
Lysa Doucet started her career as a freelancer for BBC. Doucet currently presents Her Story Made History; a five-part series on BBC Radio 4 featuring in-depth interviews with five remarkable women.
The theme is the relationship between women and democracy.
In the year 2014, she has covered the Syrian war effect and consequences. Also, her documentaries regarding the teen kids who really suffered from the war are so breathtaking and misery.
Quoted as ‘ ’Ebullient ” and “Great fun ” by BBC World Affairs editor John Simpson, Lyse Doucet is one of the brilliant Canadian Correspondent worth each and every honor is given.
- 1988-1989: She at first was the reporter based in Pakistan and reported from Kabul covering soviet troop withdrawal.
- 1994-1999: She presented Amman and was based on Jerusalem.
- 2003: During the war, she reported from Amman Jordan and Iraq. She was also nominated for Royal Television Society Award in the same year.
- 2007: She was crowned International Television Personality of the Year by Association of International Broadcasting.
Lysa also interviewed various people like the president of Syria, Basher al-Assad; the UN’s outgoing secretary general Kofi Annan and much other political personnel.
She was one of the major reporters of BBC during 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah.
She reported the South Asia earthquake of 2005 and also the Indian Ocean Tsunami. Her courage of 2008 cyclone Nargis in Burma was quoted very much sensational. T
his award-winning anchor also covered the story of the September 11 attack. This woman is also an active member of Acadian World Congress.