Sean Sullivan was born in Gibraltar and raised in London and Madrid. In 1987 he graduated with an honours degree in Chemistry and Biology. He later went on to become a qualified secondary school science teacher.
Sean was introduced to the media world in 1988 working for a video production company in London initially as a “runner” (the not so glamorous side of the work!) and later supervising a video duplication and distribution department. In 1999 he returned to Gibraltar and soon got involved with GBC collaborating in the fortnightly informative "Health Files" radio programme. Shortly after this he auditioned for Newswatch and has now been on the team as a freelance newsreader for nine years. He has also presented "Support" - a monthly television programme exploring the work of charities and other associations in Gibraltar. He was a frequent ‘expert’ guest on the very popular Smarty Pants children’s general knowledge show. Sean has also previously presented "Viewpoint".
Away from work he is a keen musician and chills out tickling the ivories and composing into the early hours of the morning. Sean has also been involved in amateur dramatics throughout his life and has had several leading roles. He has also fulfilled one of his life’s ambitions learning to fly and has been in possession of a private pilot’s licence for many years now; you may catch him flying around the South East of England, weather permitting!
Personal philosophy – You sow what you think you reap what you nurture.