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British broadcaster and naturalist

David Attenborough is ...

Born 8 May 1926 in Isleworth
Age94 years, 8 months
David Attenborough
David Attenborough
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Sir David Attenborough (center) works with a film crew on Launch Pad 39A. Space Shuttle Columbia, atop the Mobile Launcher Platform, is seen in the background. At left are the Rotating Service Structure, which is open, and the Fixed Service Structure. Attenborough is filming commentary for a documentary

About David Attenborough

David Attenborough born on 8 May 1926 in Isleworth to Frederick Attenborough and Mary Clegg. He is a citizen of United Kingdom. David Attenborough was educated at University College London, Clare College and Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys.

He is a British broadcaster and naturalist.

David Attenborough has had one spouse: Jane Elizabeth Ebsworth Oriel. He has two siblings Richard Attenborough and John Attenborough.

David Attenborough has worked as an actor, film director, screenwriter, autobiographer, journalist, biologist, director, presenter, naturalist, television presenter, television director and environmentalist. He has worked in a conservation and environmental protection. He has been a member of Royal Society, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Society of Antiquaries of London and Zoological Society of London. He has has won Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, Kalinga Prize, Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences, Bodley Medal, Founder’s Medal, Cherry Kearton Medal and Award, Nierenberg Prize, International Cosmos Prize, Linnean Tercentenary Medal, Natural World Book Prize, Benjamin Franklin Medal, Order of Merit, Order of the Companions of Honour, Michael Faraday Prize, Fellow of the Zoological Society, Corresponding Member of the Australian Academy of Science, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, Fellow of the Linnean Society, Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Caird Medal, Honorary member of the British Ecological Society, Fonseca Prize and Knight Bachelor.

He is also known as Sir David Attenborough and David Frederick Attenborough.