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Lliana Bird was born in London, England, on August 17, 1981.
Lliana Bird is the co-founder of charities like Help Refugees and The Kindly Collective. Help Refugees is now known as Choose Love.
Lliana Bird started working at XFM in 2007. She presented the documentary titled 'Independents Day' in 2010. She worked there until 2015. XFM then rebranded to Radio X. She has worked as a contributor on LBC, Capital Radio, Virgin Radio, and BBC Three Counties Radio. She works as a presenter on Radio X as of October 2022. She is the presenter of 'Geek Chic’s Weird Science'. It is a weekly podcast that was chosen as iTunes Best in 2014.
Lliana Bird is a regular guest at BBC 5 Live, BBC London, and LBC. She worked as a guest commentator on Sky News and BBC Breakfast. She was a presenter on XFM TV and TFTV. She was a guest on the BBC show 'Springwatch'.
Lliana Bird presented a conservation series regarding the London Zoo in 2014. She acted in various theater projects like 'The Christmas Cock-Up', 'Fiddler On The Roof', and 'Boom-Bang-A-Bang'. She started a production company with Phoebe Barren. It was titled 'Bird & Be'. Its first production was 'The Tin Horizon' at Theater 503. She is also the co-producer of 'The Duke In Darkness'.
She published her book 'The Mice Who Sing For Sex (And Other Weird Tales From The World Of Science) along with Dr. Jack in 2016.
With Emma Gannon, she presented the podcast 'Get It Off Your Breasts' which showcases roundtable discussions focused on women.
Lliana Bird made an appearance in a few episodes of the shows 'The Mighty Boosh' and 'Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy'. She is the writer and co-director of 'Snapshots'. It was her first short film that won several awards. She is in a relationship with Noel Fielding. Noel is a comedian. They have been dating since 2010. They have two daughters together and live in Highgate, London as of October 2022.
She appeared in a few episodes of 'The Mighty Boosh' and 'Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy'.
The estimated net worth of Lliana Bird is $1.3 million as of July 2022.
The British radio personality Lliana Bird earns approximately $480,000 per year.
Lliana Bird is 5 ft 8 in (172 cm) tall.
Lliana Bird is 41 as of 2022. She was born on August 17, 1981. Her zodiac sign is Leo.
Lliana Bird was born on August 17, 1981. She was born in London, United Kingdom. Her parents are Richard Daly and Dorothea Jordan. She completed her high school at Godolphin & Latymer School. Lliana Bird got a Bachelor of Science degree in Experimental Psychology from Bristol University. Later, she attended the Actors Temple in London. Not many details are available about her parents, family life, and childhood.
Lliana Bird is in a relationship with Noel Fielding. They have been dating for more than 10 yeras and have two daughters, Dali Fielding-Bird and Iggy Fielding-Bird.
Lliana Bird is best known for being a radio presenter at Radio X and being the co-founder of Choose Love and The Kindly Collective
Lliana Bird co-founded the charity foundation called Help Refugees. It is now known as Choose Love. It is a humanitarian foundation that helps refugees in Europe and other parts of the world. This organization was named among the NESTA New Radicals. It also won the Jo Cox, More in Common award of Liberty. She hosted London Peace Talks in 2016. Also, she co-founded The Kindly Collective. This foundation raises funds and supports women, children, and animals worldwide.
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