Peter Helliar is a comedian, actor, television and radio host has a Net Worth of $5 Million know all about Peter Helliar Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Children and House.
Jason Peter Matthew Helliar is a comedian, actor, television and radio host, writer, producer, and director from Australia. He also played Bryan Strauchan in the film Before the Game. Helliar began his comic career in Melbourne in the mid-1990s, playing at a variety of venues as well as the yearly Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He’s appeared in a number of television commercials, including one for Fernwood Fitness. Helliar has been nominated for a Gold Logie Award for Most Popular Television Personality in 2017.
Peter Helliar Wiki Bio
|Real Name||Peter Helliar|
|Birth Date||16 June 1975|
|Age (as of 2022)||46 year|
|Birth Place||Melbourne, Australia|
|School||Private High School|
|Spouse / Partner||Bridget Helliar (m. 2001)|
|Children||Liam Helliar, Oscar James Helliar, Aidan Helliar|
|Net Worth 2022||$5 Million|
|Salary Per Year||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Australian comedian|
Peter Helliar Family, Parents
Now we are discussing his parents and Family.Peter Helliar was born on 16 June 1975 in Melbourne, Australia.His parents always supported his career.His mother’s name is not available and her father’s name is not available.His educational background is not very clear. He went to a local private school for her primary education. For his higher education, he went to Parade College.
Peter Helliar Wife and Children
Helliar is married to Bridget “Brij” Helliar, and they have three sons.In 2007, he sold a property he owned in Montmorency.In 2013, Peter and Bridget, together with their three young sons, backpacked around Eastern Europe. Peter summed up the experience by saying “Backpacking with your kids is tough work but hugely rewarding for everyone.Helliar lives in Melbourne, Victoria, in the suburb of Ivanhoe with his family.
Peter Helliar Net Worth
Peter Helliar has an estimated Net Worth of $5 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.
Peter Helliar Income Source and Salary
Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings.He earns a handsome salary from his profession.Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle with his family members.
Helliar has made guest appearances on Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The Loft Live, Rove, The Morning Show, Studio 10, Show Me the Movie!, Celebrity Name Game, All Star Family Feud, Have You Been Paying Attention? and Hughesy, We Have a Problem.In 1997, Helliar became a regular stand-up comic on RMITV’s weekly variety show Under Melbourne Tonight broadcast on C31 Melbourne, hosted by Stephen Hall and Vincent Hedger.
In 1998, Helliar became a regular on Melbourne community television RMITV’s weekly variety show The Loft Live broadcast on C31 Melbourne, hosted by Rove McManus and including other well known Melbourne comedians such as Dave Hughes, Kim Hope, and Dave Callan. He appeared as a live on-screen guest as well as scripting and recording skits for live playback.
Helliar rose to national attention in 1999, when he became a regular (aka side-kick) to Rove McManus on Rove, which aired on the Nine Network. In 2000, the show moved networks to Channel Ten, where Helliar and the show remained until its ending in late 2009. Helliar also wrote for the show.In 2003 and 2004, Helliar was part of an ensemble cast in the comedy sketch program skitHOUSE that ran on Network Ten as well as being sold overseas.
In 2010, Helliar joined the Seven Network to appear on their new “family-friendly” football show, The Bounce, alongside Leigh Matthews and Matthew Richardson. The series was cancelled after just a few weeks.On 18 May 2010, Helliar was guest co-host on The Morning Show, alongside Kylie Gillies, while Larry Emdur was on holidays. In the summer of 2010 and 2011, he hosted the quiz show The Trophy Room that aired on ABC1.
In 2013, Helliar created, wrote, co-produced and co-directed his own eight-episode comedy series titled It’s a Date.It was a strong performer and earned a second season for 2014. The show won the ‘Best Scripted Format Award’ in the International Format Awards at MIPCOM 2013 in Cannes.
On 7 December 2013, Helliar was appointed as one of the co-hosts of The Project from 2014, replacing Dave Hughes, who had resigned to concentrate on stand-up comedy. In 2017, Helliar hosted the unsuccessful game show Cram!, broadcast on Channel Ten. The show was very poorly received by viewers,and although a second series was reportedly in the pipeline despite low ratings,it never materialized.
In November 2018, a comedy series How to Stay Married was released, which is a spinoff of the aforementioned It’s a Date. Created and co-written by Helliar, the series explores life after 15 years of marriage, starring Peter Helliar as Greg Butler, and Lisa McCune as Em Butler.