ate Creedon Biography
Kate Creedon is a popular Australian journalist and presenter of Nine News Channel. She has covered some of the biggest news stories in the country including the Black Saturday bushfires and climbed the ranks from cadet to reporter. In addition, she also covered the ‘St Kilda Schoolgirl’ scandal and the separation of conjoined twins Krishna and Trishna.
Kate Creedon Age
Kate Creedon was born in Sydney, Australia. Nevertheless, she is a very confidential person when it comes to her personal details. Therefore, Kate has not disclosed her date of birth hence making it hard to determine her age and birthday at the moment.
Kate Creedon Height
Kate’s height is 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.72 m).
Kate Creedon Family
Kate was born in Sydney, Australia to hardworking and supportive parents. However, she rarely opens up her personal information hence not disclosing her parents’ and siblings’ details.
Kate Creedon Education
After completing her high school education, Kate joined Monash University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and communication in 2006.
Kate Creedon Husband
She is happily married to her supportive husband, Jonathan Bates. The lovely couple exchanged their vows on March 24, 2016, at McKell Park in front of the picturesque surroundings of Sydney Harbor. Kate and Jonathan share a handsome son named Ted who was born in 2019.
Kate Creedon Salary
She receives a decent salary of between $48,890 – $120,785 annually.
Kate Creedon’s Net Worth
Kate Creedon Career
At this present moment, Kate serves as a presenter of Nine News Channel. She has covered some of the biggest news stories in the country including the Black Saturday bushfires and climbed the ranks from cadet to reporter. In addition, she covered the ‘St Kilda Schoolgirl’ scandal and the separation of conjoined twins Krishna and Trishna. She also covered the Royal Commission into Aged Care, the Lindt Café Siege, the 2015 South Coast floods, the 2015 Hunter flooding, and the 2016 Sydney Storms.
In 2011, Kate relocated to Sydney and joined the Nine Network as their reporter. There, she sharpened her skills in writing longer format stories and investigative pieces prior to taking up a role in the Nine News Sydney newsroom. Additionally, Kate also wrote for the Herald Sun.
Furthermore, she was the first journalist on the ground in Kurnell, reporting live for radio and television, after a tornado devastated the Sydney suburb in December 2015. Kate often fills in by presenting Nine News Early Edition, Morning News, and Nine’s Afternoon News.