Kelli Underwood Biography
Kelli Underwood is an Australian radio and television sports journalist and sportscaster specializing in Australian rules football, netball, and tennis. Underwood is part of the ABC Radio Grandstand team, calling AFL games and tennis.
Kelli Underwood Age
Underwood was born in 1977 in Australia. She is 45 years old as of 2022.
Kelli Underwood Height
- Not Known.
Kelli Underwood Family
Underwood is a wife to Georgia Spokes and parents to a baby girl although, Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Kelli Underwood Husband
Kelli Underwood is happily married to her better half, Georgia Spokes. The couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter. Spokes is a senior editor at ABC News.
Kelli Underwood Child
Underwood is blessed with her daughter, who has not been revealed hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Kelli Underwood Salary
Underwood receives an annual average salary of $78,273. This is according to ABC Radio news anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Kelli Underwood Net Worth
underwood has an estimated Net Worth of $10k to $100k dollars. Her career as a News anchor is her primary source of income.
Kelli Underwood Education
Underwood graduated from Mercedes College.
Kelli Underwood Career
Underwood is an Australian radio and television sports journalist and sportscaster specializing in Australian rules football, netball, and tennis. Underwood is part of the ABC Radio Grandstand team, calling AFL games and tennis.
She started her career at Network Ten in 2006, as a sports reporter for the 5 pm Ten News bulletin and Sports Tonight out of Melbourne. She joined Network Ten’s AFL coverage in 2009, replacing Christi Malthouse as a Boundary Rider.
She has also worked in regional radio at Murray Bridge, South Australia. She worked at Geelong station K-Rock before moving to 3AW in Melbourne as a sports reporter and AFL match day reporter.
Underwood commentated for matches for Network Ten throughout 2009–10, both in the commentary box and at ground level through until the end of 2011. She was d was a host and commentator of ANZ Championship Netball from 2008 until 2016, calling for Network Ten and later Fox Sports.
She also became the first woman to call an AFL match on television, joining Tim Lane in the commentary of the 2009 NAB Cup game between Geelong and the Adelaide Crows.
She called her first AFL premiership season match on 18 July 2009 – the Round 16 match between Geelong and Melbourne at Kardinia Park with Anthony Hudson.
Kelli Underwood Awards
- ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding New Talent.
- ASTRA Award for Most Outstanding Presenter (Female)