Nicholas Stapleton Bio, Wiki
Nicholas Stapleton is the son of Lynn Faulds Wood, a Former BBC watchdog presenter and John Stapleton, known for his work as a presenter and reporter on ITV breakfast television in addition to hosting Nationwide and Watchdog for the BBC.
Her mother, Lynn Wood is reported to have died on 24 April 2020 after suffering a massive stroke.
Nicholas Stapleton Age
He was born in 1987 and is currently 33 years old as of 2020.
Nicholas Stapleton Parents
Nicholas’s parents are Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton. Her mother was a Scottish television presenter and journalist. She was born in Glasgow and grew up on Loch Lomondside. Faulds Wood married British journalist and television presenter John Stapleton in 1977.
When our son Nicholas was little we moved to Sydney for a while because Lynn had been very ill with cancer and we wanted somewhere relaxing for her to recover.
Lynn Wood’s early career began working for IPC Magazines’ Woman before landing a job at the Daily Mail and The Sun. She began her TV career in the early 1980s where she joined TV-am before moving to BBC’s Breakfast Time.
Lynn was best known for turning Watchdog into a peak time BBC One series, presenting the show from 1985 until 1993 alongside her husband John Stapleton. The presenter who battled both bowel and skin cancer also co-founded the European Cancer Patient Coalition in 2002, which she chaired 2003-2010.
Nicholas Stapleton Wife
Nicholas and his wife, Lise got married in 2018. According to a post on Express UK, the couple talked of their son’s marriage and the joy of adding a beautiful daughter-in-law, Lise to the family. The wedding took place in Oslo, Norway.
Lynn Faulds Wood Death & Cause
Lynn Faulds Wood died at the age of 72 on 24th April 2020. The cancer campaigner’s family confirmed the sad news in a statement. ‘Having suffered a massive stroke last night and a subsequent bleed on the brain, presenter and journalist Lynn Faulds Wood passed away peacefully at 12 noon today with her husband John Stapleton and son Nick at her bedside,’ the statement read.
Was sure I’d seen Lynn Faulds Wood recently – turns out she was on the BBC less than three weeks ago, debunking the coronavirus-5G conspiracy theories.
Doing important work to the end. pic.twitter.com/gH3TVaHVIS
— Tom Hourigan (@TomHourigan) April 24, 2020