Andrew Clennell Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Sky News
Andrew Clennell Biography
Andrew Clennell is a known Australian Journalist who presently works serves as Sky News Australia’s Political Editor. Before he worked at The Advertiser (South Australia), The Daily Telegraph (Australia), The Australian, and Sydney Morning Herald. He holds responsibility for driving the national agenda as he breaks down the biggest stories of the day.
Andrew Clennell Age
Andrew is in his forties, but he hasnt revealed to the public details of his exact age, soon as we have clear facts will update this segment.
Andrew Clennell Height
Andrew stands at an average height of 5 feet 11 inches/1.8m tall.
Andrew Clennell Education
Andrew finished his high school course in the early 1990s. Then he studied and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in politics and journalism with a Distinction, from Curtin University in 1992.
Andrew Clennell Family
Andrew’s parents have been supportive and caring parents, however, he hasnt identified their details and whether he has any siblings, soon as we have clear facts will update this section.
Andrew Clennell Wife
Andrew is quite a reserved guy, he has managed to hide details about his lovelife, it isnt known whether he is single, dating, married, or divorced, will soon update this section.
Andrew Clennell Salary
Andrew annually receives a salary of $53140.
Andrew Clennell Net Worth
Andrew’s estimated net worth ranges between $1 million – $5 million.
Andrew Clennell Career
Andrew Clennell is a popular journalist based in Sydney, Australia. Presently, he works for Sky News as a reporter. Apart from the channel, he has also served at The Guardian Limited, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, The Independent, and more. He also worked at The News Corp Australia as an NSW Political Editor.
Andrew began working at Sky News as its new political editor in December 2019. In his line of duty, he gives live updates from Parliament House and takes up breaking News. His team includes Laura Jayes, Annelise Nielsen, Tom Connell, and Ashleigh Gillon.
Before he worked at The Australian for two years as the NSW political editor post. Also, he handled state politics at the Daily Telegraph and Sydney Morning Herald. Andrew finished his high school course in the early 1990s. Then he studied and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in politics and journalism with a Distinction, from Curtin University in 1992.