Fiona Bruce (born April 25, 1964; Singapore) is a television presenter in the United Kingdom. She presented the BBC News Six O'Clock News from May 1999 until January 2003, currently hosts the BBC News at Ten O'Clock, and has presented Crimewatch alongside Nick Ross since January 2000. Her debut on screen with the BBC was as a reporter for Breakfast News in 1992.
She attended Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College in New Cross, London and then studied French and Italian at Hertford College, Oxford. She began her career with the BBC in 1989 as a researcher and then as assistant producer on Panorama. Since then she has become a familiar face to BBC viewers on a variety of current affairs programmes such as Real Story, along with the celebrity game show Call My Bluff.
Since Dead Ringers has transferred to TV from radio, Fiona, more than any other newsreader except Charlotte Green of Radio 4, has been parodied by Jan Ravens, ruthlessly exaggerating idiosyncratic feline mannerisms. Lines include: "I'm Fiona Bruce. There's never a hosepipe ban when I'm in the room."
On 18 November 2005 Fiona Bruce appeared as part of a "Newsreaders" group on BBC TV's Children in Need singing Bohemian Rhapsody whilst wearing an extremely short mini-skirt.
In February of 2006 Fiona partnered soul singer Alexander O'Neal as the non-professional half of a competing duo in the BBC show Just the Two of Us.