BBC Nick Sheridan Cause Of Death, Obituary And Tributes As BBC Scotland Journalist Dies At 32

Nick Sheridan Obituary

BBC presenter Nick Sheridan has tragically passed away at the age of 32, leaving behind a legacy of remarkable talent and kindness.

His friend and fellow presenter, Connor Gillies, fondly remembered Nick as “a uniquely talented broadcaster, writer, and journalist but above all a thoroughly decent, funny, thoughtful pal who was great fun.”

Nick Sheridan Cause Of Death

The cause of Nick’s death has not been disclosed.

Nick Sheridan Tributes By Connor, Amy, Lewis

Amy Irons, who worked with Nick at BBC Scotland, expressed her deep sadness, describing him as “one of the most talented people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.” She added, “The world has lost one of its brightest human beings.”

Lewis Main, who received support from Nick early in his career, expressed his gratitude, saying, “Nick became part of my life during my final stages at university and was a huge help to me before I got my first job at the BBC.”

Nick’s impact extended beyond his professional circle to viewers who admired him. Tributes poured in online, with one person expressing disbelief, saying, “Can’t believe what I am reading this morning. My thoughts are with all of Nick’s family and friends. Just devastated.”

Another remarked on Nick’s remarkable qualities, saying, “Nick seemed like such an incredible person and talent. So sad to hear this shocking news. He was taken far too young.”

Nick Sheridan, who hailed from Wexford, Ireland, had a distinguished career spanning over ten years in journalism. He graduated from Dublin City University in 2010 and worked on RTE News2day before moving to Glasgow to work for STV News and later the BBC.

Despite his young age, Nick achieved significant success, including penning three books throughout his career. He served as the Consumer Affairs Correspondent for BBC News in Scotland and hosted the news review show Seven Days.

Nick Sheridan Wife

Nick Sheridan wife name is not know. But he had a partner named Lewis. Lewis supported him in his weak times.