Erin Molan : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Salary

Erin Molan is an Australian television sports presenter with the Nine Network know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Salary

Name Erin Molan
Birthdate ( Age) 24 August 1982
Place of Birth Canberra, Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Sarah Molan
Children Eliza Emily Ogilvy
Parents Jim Molan, Anne Molan
Education Jakarta Intercultural School
Profession Australian television sports presenter
Net Worth $2.5 million
Last Update August 2021

Erin Molan is an Australian television sports presenter with the Nine Network.She is part of Nine’s Wide World of Sports for their NRL coverage and from 2019 their tennis coverage, where she will host the secondary broadcast for channel 9Gem of the Australian Open.

Erin Molan with Husband Sarah Molan

Molan is the Friday and Saturday sports presenter on Nine News Sydney and the host of The Sunday Footy Show and former host of The NRL Footy Show.

Early Life and Family

Molan was born in Canberra and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia. She attended 16 different schools due to her parents moving regularly in support of her father’s career in the Australian Army.

Molan is the daughter of Major General Jim Molan, a former Australian Army officer who rose to prominence during the early reconstruction stages following the Iraq War and who was elected as a Liberal Senator for N.S.W. in 2019.

Erin Molan Husband

Molan announced on The NRL Footy Show that she was engaged to partner Sean Ogilvy.In December 2017, Molan announced on Nine News Sydney that she was expecting her first child.In 2018, Molan gave birth to a baby girl.

Erin Molan Net Worth

Erin Molan is an Australian television sports presenter with the Nine Network who has an estimated Net Worth of between $2.5 million in 2021. 

Professional Career

Molan’s first job in media was in community television in Canberra. She then gained a job as a reporter and presenter for WIN Television and moved to Sydney in 2010 to work for the Nine Network.

In 2012, she joined The NRL Footy Show on a regular basis, appearing mainly on the “League of their Own” segment as well as being their roving reporter. In 2014, she has become a permanent co-host of the program working alongside Paul Vautin, Darryl Brohman, Beau Ryan, and former test cricketer Michael Slater. Molan has also appeared on The Sunday Footy Show as a regular since 2012, mainly doing the “Around the Grounds” segment reporting.

In 2016, Molan was appointed host of The NRL Rookie, which aired on 9Go!.Molan is a regular fill in sport presenter on Nine News and Today. From December 2016, she was made permanent Friday and Saturday sport presenter on Nine News Sydney replacing Yvonne Sampson who moved to Fox Sports.

It was announced on 3 October 2018 that, after 24 years, The NRL Footy Show would be axed following the worst slide in ratings in the shows history.In November 2020, Southern Cross Austereo announced that Molan, Dave Hughes and Ed Kavalee would replace Jamie Angel to host The 2Day FM Morning Crew with Hughesy, Ed and Erin Molan from Monday, January 18 2021. A one-hour highlights package will air nationally at 6pm across the Hit Network.


From 2018, she became the sole host of The NRL Footy Show as well as hosting The Sunday Footy Show. In August 2018, Molan and The Sunday Footy Show issued former NRL player Dave Taylor with an apology after being accused of fat shaming the player during a video segment.

In June 2020, Molan was criticized for mocking the name of Tongan Rugby League player Haumole Olakau’atu on the 2GB radio program The Continuous Call. Molan alleges that her nonsensical imitation of Olakau’atu’s name was in reference to a previous discussion between the radio hosts where they grappled with how to correctly pronounce Pacific Islander names.