Erin Molan Biography
Erin Molan is an American Television Sports anchor living in Sydney. Currently, she works for several stations, on Sky News Australia as a primetime contributor, on 2 Day Fm as a radio presenter, and as a columnist On the Daily Telegram. In 2018, she created a program called discussing all about easy ways to dress your baby known as Baby Singlets by Erin.
Previously she served at Nine Network covering the NFL, and in 2019 she started reporting on tennis, where she broadcasted the secondary report for Channel 9Gem of the Australian Open. she also served as the Nine News’ Sunday and Friday sports anchor and presenter and the host of the Sunday Footy program.
Erin Molan Age
Molan was born on August 24, 1984, in Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Erin Molan Height
Molan stands at the height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall.
Erin Molan Education
Molan attended 16 different schools for her education. This was because his father’s profession in the Australian Army forced them to keep moving.
Erin Molan Nationality
Molan is of Australian nationality.
Erin Molan Ethnicity
Molan belongs to the White ethnicity.
Erin Molan Parents
Molan is the daughter of Anne Molan and Major Jim Molan. Jim Molan is a retired Australian army officer. She was born in Canberra but raised in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her father became prominent after the Iraq war, and in 2019 he was, elected as Liberal Senator for NSW.
Erin Molan Siblings
Molan has one brother and two sisters. One of her sisters goes by the name Sarah Molan.
Erin Molan Sean Ogilvy Split
Molan is not a married woman. She was engaged to Sean Ogilvy. She announced live on the Footy Show in April 2017 that she was engaged to Sean but started dating in 2016. However, in September 2021, she announced her break up with her soon-to-be husband, Sean, after four years of engagement.
Sean serves as a policeman by profession. He came to fame through his ex-fiance Erin.
Erin Molan’s Children
Molan and her ex-fiance have a daughter together, born in 2018 by the name Eliza Emily Ogilvy.
Erin Molan Sky News Australia
Molan got her first job in community television in Canberra. She then gained a career as a reporter and presenter for WIN Television and moved to Sydney in 2010 to work for the Nine Network. She later joined The NRL Footy Show regularly, appearing mainly on the “League of their Own” segment as a reporter in 2012.
Later she became a permanent co-host of the tv program alongside Paul Vautin, Darryl Brohman, Beau Ryan, and former test cricketer Michael Slater in 2014. She has also appeared on The Sunday Footy Show regularly since 2012. Molan is a regular fill-in Sports presenter on Nine News and Today. She was also made permanent Friday and Saturday sports presenter on Nine News Sydney, replacing Yvonne Sampson, who moved to Fox Sport in December 2016. In 2018, The NRL Footy Show was axed following the worst slide in ratings in the show’s history. On Monday, January 18, 2021, it was 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.
She is currently a Primetime Contributor on Sky News Australia, a radio presenter on 2Day FM and a columnist on The Daily Telegraph.
Erin Molan Radio
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 6 pm across the Hit Network.
Erin Molan’s new partner
Earlier this year, Molan confirmed she had met a special someone in May after revealing she was back on the dating scene following her shock breakup with finance Sean Ogilvy in September 2021. Todd Selby was captioned alongside Erin at a book launch for her father, Jim Molan, at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday.
What happened to Erin Molan
The Sky News broadcaster Erin Molan has been awarded $150,000 after winning a defamation suit against Daily Mail Australia over an article and two tweets that accused her of appearing to mock Polynesian names in a radio broadcast. Molan told the federal court last year she did not think she was mocking Polynesian words when she said “hooka looka mooka hooka fooka” on 2GB in 2020. She said the broadcast had nothing to do with mocking someone’s name and ethnicity
Erin Molan’s Salary
Molan earns an estimated annual salary of USD 76,643.
Erin Molan’s Networth
Molan has a net worth of approximately USD 788,348.
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