Tim McMillan Biography
Tim McMillan is a media professional with a wealth of experience across the television, radio and digital platforms. Tim anchored Nine Perth’s weeknight news for five years and also launched Perth’s first live and local morning bulletins, Today Perth News. Tim McMillan was the weeknight news anchor for Channel Nine Perth from 2013 to December 2017.
Tim McMillan Age
Tim was born in 1975, Australia.
Tim McMillan Height
He stand at a height of 5 feet and 9 inches.
Tim McMillan Education
Tim has degrees in Science from the University of Western Australia and Journalism from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Tim McMillan Wife
Tim is married to his wife, Jo McMillan. His son Griff was a founding member of All STARS For Autism club, which was co-created by his wife, Jo McMillan and her best friend Cara Fisher, who saw a need for it in the community.
Tim McMillan Children
When he’s not working, Tim is a family man and spends as much time at the beach with his son, Griff, as possible. He’s also a massive sports fan and loves cooking and reading.
Tim McMillan Career
Tim McMillan was the weeknight news anchor for Channel Nine Perth from 2013 to December 2017.
An experienced journalist, with degrees in Science from the University of Western Australia and Journalism from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Tim started his professional career as a producer at ABC 720 Perth. After his stint with ABC 720 he decided to gain some international experience by moving to London which he used as his European base for a few years.
Returning to Australia in 2006, Tim headed to the East Coast, filing stories for ABC 774 Melbourne. A year later, Tim got his first job in front of the camera at Channel Nine Melbourne. Over the next four years, he won two Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards for Best TV News Report. Tim covered major events from the tragic Black Saturday bushfires to the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, as well as several major court cases, including Australia’s longest ever terrorism trial, the Beaconsfield inquest and the prosecutions of high profile underworld figures such as Carl Williams and Tony Mokbel.
Tim moved to Sydney in 2010 to continue reporting and covering major events for the Nine Network, including the final Azaria Chamberlain inquest. He also filled in reading news for national morning and afternoon bulletins as well as the Today Show.
After being away from Perth for over ten years the decision to return to his home town and take up an anchor role was an easy one. In addition to reading the evening news, Tim helped launch Perth’s live and local morning news program, hosting Today Perth News in 2014 and 2015. He is also a regular contributor on Radio 6PR and ABC Radio in Perth.
Tim was an important member of the Nine Network’s national team, filling in for Karl Stefanovic as Today Show host over the past two summers, as well as being part of the team covering major stories including Schappelle Corby’s release from Kerobokan Prison in Bali.
Tim is also a first class master of ceremonies who has hosted many prestigious corporate, government and sporting events.
Tim McMillan All STARS For Autism
Tim’s son is a founding member of the club. He is devoted to making life better for his son and other autistic people.
Tim is committed to using his connections within the Perth community to support and promote the talents of our All Stars community.
Tim McMillan Quill Awards
His investigative journalism has been recognised with two prestigious Quill Awards for Best Television News Report in 2009 and 2011.
Tim McMillan Salary
Tim annual salary is estimated to be $ 100,000.
Tim McMillan Networth
McMillan networth is estimated to be $800,000.
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