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Susanna Carr

Susannah Carr Biography

Susannah is an Australian television news presenter. She has co-presented Seven News in Perth with Rick Ardon. The pair are recognised as the world’s longest-serving TV news anchor duo having been on the air together for over 36 years. She worked in both radio and TV in Perth for the ABC becoming that station’s first female TV news presenter in Perth for the ABC.

Susannah Carr Age

Susannah Mary Carr was born on 21st July, 1952, Rochford, England, UK.

Susannah Carr Height

She stand at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches.

Susannah Carr Education

Carr studied Bachelor of Arts degree at University of Western Australia and she is a qualified architectural draftsperson.

Susannah Carr Parents

She arrived in Western Australia from the UK with her parents when she was 7 months old. For her schooling, she attended North Cottesloe Primary for Years 1 and 2; Cottesloe Primary for Year 3 and Iona Presentation College for Years 4 to 12.

She is a granddaughter of the singer Robert Carr(12th April 1881 – 20th November 1948), was an English baritone singer and prolific recording artist. Born in London, he studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under Bantock Pierrepoint.

Carr is a niece of the detective novelist Antony Carr (1916-1995) was an English author who published five crime novels, including A Comedy of Terrors (1955), Candles of the Night (1956) and The Man in Room 3 (1958).

Susannah Carr Siblings

Information regarding her siblings is not publicly available.

Susannah Carr Husband

She’s spoke about her husband Chris at the absolute minimum level, it isn’t evident if she got a divorce because she wants to maintain her private life details confidential.

Susannah Carr Children

Information regarding her children is not publicly available.

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Sussannah’s media career began in 1974 with ABC Radio in Perth as an announcer. Two weeks after joining the station, she was broadcasting on Christmas Day when Cyclone Tracy hit Darwin.

She worked in both radio and TV in Perth for the ABC becoming that station’s first female TV news presenter in Perth for the ABC.

Carr was asked to join TVW 7 in 1985 and became a face of Channel 7 news in Perth along with her long-time co-anchor Rick Ardon.

Under their guard, Seven Nightly News rose to the top of the ratings in Perth, where it remains as of today.

In 1986, Carr won the Logie Award for Most Popular Female, Western Australia. In the same year, her co-anchor Ardon won the Logie Award for Most Popular Male, Western Australia.

In 2000, she was inducted an Honorary Member by the Edith Cowan University chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society.

Carr broadcast live from South Africa during that country’s first all-race elections and reported from London in the week after the death of Princess Diana.

She also headed a film crew to Moscow, Russia, where they were granted access inside the Kremlin, to make the documentary “The Secret Treasures of the Kremlin”.

Carr presented coverage from Perth nationally during the 2014 Sydney hostage siege due to Seven News Sydney studios in Martin Place being evacuated.

She was part of the Seven News team whom were awarded a Walkley Award in 2015 for their coverage that night.

Susannah Carr Salary

Her annual salary is estimated to be $ 400, 000.

Susannah Carr Net Worth

Carr’s net worth is estimated to be $ 4 million dollars.

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