Erin Molan Biography
Erin Molan is a well-reputed Australian television sports presenter residing in Sydney. At this present moment, she serves as a Primetime Contributor on Sky News Australia, a columnist on The Daily Telegraph as well as a radio presenter on 2Day FM.
Erin Molan Age
Erin Molan was born on 24th August 1984, in Canberra, ACT, Australia. She is 38 years old.
Erin Molan Height
Molan stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.72m).
Erin Molan Family
Molan was born in Canberra and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia by her caring and supportive parents, Anne Molan and Major General Jim Molan, a former Australian Army officer. Moreover, Molan has two beautiful sisters and one good-looking brother.
Erin Molan Husband
In April 2017, Molan announced her engagement to Sean Ogilvy on The Footy Show. In December 2017, she reported on Nine News Sydney that she was expecting her first kid. In 2018, the duo welcomed a daughter named Eliza Emily Ogilvy. In September 2021, Molan reported that she had surprisingly parted ways with her fiancé, Sean Ogilvy, after their four-year engagement.
Erin Molan Education
Molan joined 16 different schools because her parents moved frequently in support of her dad’s career in the Australian Army.
Erin Molan Salary
She bags a desirable salary of $76,743 per year. This is according to Sky News Australia Primetime Contributors’ salaries.
Erin Molan Net Worth
Through her victorious career, Molan has managed to accumulate a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Erin Molan Career
She joined The NRL Footy Show on a regular basis in 2012, appearing mostly on the “League of their Own” segment as their roving reporter. Since 2012, Molan has also appeared on The Sunday Footy Show as a frequent mostly doing the “Around the Grounds” segment reporting.
On 3rd October 2018, it was reported that The NRL Footy Show would be axed after the worst slide in ratings in the show’s history after 24 years. In December 2021, Molan resigned from the Nine Network to join Sky News Australia as their Primetime Contributor.
In 2018, Molan became the host of The Sunday Footy Show as well as the sole host of The NRL Footy Show. In November 2020, Southern Cross Austereo reported that Molan, Ed Kavalee, and Dave Hughes would replace Jamie Angel on Monday, January 18, 2021, to host The 2Day FM Morning Crew with Hughesy, Ed, and Erin Molan.