Joe Hildebrand Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Sky News
Joe Hildebrand Biography
Joe Hildebrand is a popular Australian journalist, and radio and television presenter. He currently works for news.com.au, before he worked for The Daily Telegraph tabloid newspaper as a writer. He has had more than two decades of experience in this section.
Joe Hildebrand Age
Joe Hildebrand was born in Melbourne, Australia on 23 June 1976. He is 45 years old.
Joe Hildebrand Height
Joe stands at a moderate height of 6ft/1.83m tall.
Joe Hildebrand Education
Joe studied at Dandenong Primary School, then he earned his high school diploma from Dandenong High School. Then he attended and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in History and English, from the University of Melbourne, and he also worked at the student newspaper Farrago as an editor.
Joe Hildebrand Family
When Joe was ten years old, Patrick Hildebrand his younger brother went missing on a family bushwalk in Wilson’s Promontory. Paddy, who was autistic, was not found in spite of an expansive search and rescue operation and to this day what became of him remains a mystery. He, however, hasnt mentioned details about his parents, and if he has any additional siblings, will update you on this soon as we have clear facts on this.
Joe Hildebrand Wife
Hildebrand is a married man to journalist Tara Ravens, they are blessed with three kids and stay in Sydney.
Joe Hildebrand Salary
Joe annually earns a salary of £25,619 – £107,598.
Joe Hildebrand Net Worth
Joe has an approximated net worth that ranges between $1 million- $ 5 million.
Joe Hildebrand Career
Joe was co-awarded the 2004 Human Rights print media award and for the report Stolen Wages Payback Shame he got a high commendation in the 2004 Walkley Awards. On 30 May 2011, 12 September 2011, and 10 August 2015, he was featured on ABC’s national talk program, Q&A. Also, since December 2010 he made various appearances on the ABC’s national current affairs program, The Drum. He has had a weekly spot on Sky News Australia talk program Paul Murray Live as well as on Channel Seven’s The Morning Show.
He also worked on the television series Dumb, Drunk and Racist, as the host, the series commenced on ABC2 on Wednesday 20 June 2012. Then he worked on Shitsville Express which was broadcasted on 2 July 2013 on ABC2 as a host. He worked on Network Ten’s new morning show Studio 10 as a panelist alongside Sarah Harris in November 2013, he played this role until he resigned from the Network 10 in September 2020.
From January to December 2014, he worked with Matt Tilley on Triple M as the co-host of a national drive time radio program. In September 2020, he left the station and worked on Sydney’s 2GB. Prior, to working for news.com.au, he was serving at The Daily Telegraph as a writer and for The Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun as an opinion editor and a columnist. He began working at the Melbourne University magazine Farrago in journalism editing and then at Australian Associated Press, as well as various other publications, TV, and radio shows.