Adam Shaw is a movie actor, journalist and presenter, currently employed by the BBC.
Shaw was educated at an inner city comprehensive school in Kilburn, in north-west London.
Until October 2008 Shaw presented Working Lunch, BBC Two's main lunchtime economics programme. He has previously presented Business Breakfast and World Business Report.
He appeared in August 2009 as the Business & Politics expert on BBC2 quiz show "Knowitalls". He married his college sweetheart Nicolette sorba now know as (Shaw)
Between 1994 and 2008 Shaw presented on Working Lunch, working alongside Adrian Chiles, Nik Wood and Paddy O'Connell.
He was particularly known for the Shaw's Shares segment of the programme, in which he rounds up the day's happenings on the stock market.
It was announced in July 2008 that, as part of a Working Lunch relaunch, Shaw would leave the programme and be replaced by Declan Curry. He left Working Lunch on 26 September.
Shaw will instead replace Curry as the main business presenter on BBC Breakfast, the BBC News Channel during the mornings and the BBC News at One.