Ellen Fanning Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Net Worth, ABC
Ellen Fanning Biography
This is what you need to know about Ellen Fanning, an Australian journalist, and currently the host of the news and current affairs program The Drum on ABC TV and ABC News Channel. Previously she was the host of the Nine Network’s Sunday television program.
Ellen Fanning Age
Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Ellen Fanning Height
Fanning stands at a moderate height, however, the award-winning journalist has not disclosed her exact height and other body measurements like weight, shoe size, and bra size.
Ellen Fanning Family
Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Ellen Fanning Husband
Fanning is happily married to two sons, however, this information about her husband will be updated.
Ellen Fanning Net Worth
Fanning has an estimated Net Worth of 1 million pounds. Her career as a news Journalist is her primary source of income.
Ellen Fanning Education
Fanning went to the University of Queensland.
Ellen Fanning Career
She started a career in commercial radio in 1988, after graduating with a communications degree from the Queensland University of Technology. She later joined the ABC, presenting the ABC Radio National national current affairs program PM for two years, AM and occasionally The 7.30 Report on ABC TV.
After a stint producing the ABC’s late-night current affairs program, Lateline, she was appointed one of the North America correspondents for the ABC network in 1997, based in Washington, D.C. In 2000, worked for Nine Network, working first as a reporter with 60 Minutes, then as a reporter for A Current Affair, before becoming a substitute presenter for A Current Affair and Today. In 2005, she became the presenter of Nightline, replacing Helen Kapalos. Fanning wrote and directed a six-part documentary series titled Fine Line for SBS TV in 2002.
She also hosted the 20-episode series The Observer Effect on SBS TV, and from September 2014 became the presenter of ABC Classic’s Classic Breakfast, having replaced Emma Ayres. In 2017, Fanning returned to ABC TV to become the host of The Drum, a role she shares with Julia Baird.