Rebecca Maddern : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children And Salary
Rebecca Maddern is an Australian television presenter and journalist know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children And Salary
Rebecca Maddern Biography
|Birthdate||6 August 1977|
|Age (as of 2021)||44 years|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Spouse/Partner||Trent Miller (m. 2014)|
|Children||Ruby Mae Miller|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Australian television presenter|
|Last Update||Nonember 2021|
Rebecca Maddern is an Australian television presenter and journalist.Maddern has previously worked at the Nine Network, where she was a host of Weekend Today, host at the Australian Open for Nine's Wide World of Sports and co-host of Australian Ninja Warrior. She is the former co-host of The Footy Show which she originally signed with the network to do.
Rebecca Maddern Parents and Family
Rebecca Maddern was Born on 6 August 1977 in Geelong, Victoria.She has not reveal more information about her parents.Maddern started off her career in radio after she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies from the RMIT University in 1999.Later she became a sports reporter for Melbourne radio station Triple M, whilst there she worked alongside some of the top media personalities of Australia.
Rebecca Maddern Husband
Rebecca Maddern married Geelong real estate identity, James Wilson. But they divorced.In March 2014, Rebecca married Seven News cameraman Trent Miller. Miller is now a cameraman for GTV-9, and also provides his services to the AFL Footy Show.She announced she was pregnant in November 2017 with her first child. She gave birth to a daughter on 12 April 2018.
Rebecca Maddern Net Worth
Rebecca Maddern is an Australian television presenter and journalist has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2021.All earning comes from her salary.
|Net Worth (2021)||$2 Million|
|yearly Income||Under Review|
Maddern started off her career in radio after she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies from the RMIT University in 1999. Later she became a sports reporter for Melbourne radio station Triple M, whilst there she worked alongside some of the top media personalities of Australia. In 2001, Rebecca began reading the Fox FM afternoon news reports and, at the beginning of 2002, moved to Nova 100 to read the breakfast news during the inaugural year of Hughesy, Kate and Dave.
Maddern joined the Seven Network in October 2002 after being offered a reporting post by the news director. She earned a prestigious Quill Award for her coverage of Victoria's January 2003 bushfires there in her first year of television reporting.Rebecca joined Sunrise as a Melbourne correspondent in March 2014, replacing over for Nick Etchells.
Due to her Sunrise responsibilities, Maddern's duties as a senior correspondent on Seven News have been decreased in recent years. She stayed with Sunrise until she was transferred to the Nine Network. As Melbourne correspondent, Nathan Templeton took her position.
In March 2016, the Nine Network announced that Maddern will co-host the AFL Footy Show.In the same year Maddern was announced as the host of Australian Ninja Warrior which aired on the Nine Network in July 2017.In December 2019, the Nine Network announced that Maddern will replace Allison Langdon as host of Weekend Today.
Rebecca has also hosted Nine’s coverage of the 2019 Cricket World Cup and 2019 Ashes Series in England.In November 2021, it was announced that Maddern had resigned from the Nine Network after being unable to agree on contractual terms