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Matt Doran is an Australian journalist. Doran is currently co-host of Weekend Sunrise with Monique Wright. Previously he has been a reporter for the Seven Network’s flagship public affairs program, Sunday Night and a reporter and presenter at Network Ten.
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Matt Doran was born on December 22, 1983 (age 37 years) in Melbourne, Australia. He is the son of Paula Doran. Matt attended and graduated from St Kevin’s College in Toorak, Victoria, completing his Victorian Certificate of Education. He graduated from Melbourne University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Media and Communications (enriched Journalism major).
Throughout 2006, he worked as a police reporter with Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper, covering fires, floods, the gangland war and CBD shootings. In the four years prior, he held a position as an awarded reporter and senior editor across a number of mastheads within News Ltd’s Leader newspaper group.
Following this, Doran worked for several years as a general news reporter and then police reporter for Network Ten in Melbourne and Adelaide. In this time, he fostered an extensive network of contacts and built a proven history of exclusive stories.
Doran played a key role in Network Ten’s coverage of a series of natural disasters, including the devastating Christchurch earthquakes, the deadly Pike River mine explosion in New Zealand’s West, the Christmas Island boat tragedy and the tsunami which obliterated North-East Japan.
In October 2011, Doran was appointed presenter of Ten News at Five: Weekend with Natarsha Belling but left the bulletin when it changed to a single-presenter format with only Belling in November 2012. He continued to be a fill-in presenter and a senior reporter with Ten News.
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In November 2013, Doran was appointed presenter of Ten Eyewitness News Early and Ten Eyewitness News Morning.
In January 2014, Hermione Kitson replaced Doran on Ten Eyewitness News Early. He continued to present Ten Eyewitness News Morning until the bulletin was axed in May 2014 due to cost-cutting measures, and returned to report.
Matt Doran resigned from Network Ten after nearly eight years with the network in May 2015.
In 2015, Doran moved to Los Angeles and was appointed host of Crime Watch Daily, a daily syndicated true crime news program.
In February 2017, Doran was appointed host of the third season of Crimes that Shook Australia on Foxtel’s crime and investigation channel, exploring some of Australia’s most shocking crimes with interviews and dramatic reconstructions.
In March 2017, Doran joined the Seven Network as a reporter on its flagship public affairs program, Sunday Night
In October 2019, it was announced that Doran will replace Basil Zempilas as co-host of Weekend Sunrise from October 12. He had previously been an intermittent fill-in host on the show, and also regularly fills in for David Koch on Sunrise and Larry Emdur on The Morning Show. In January 2021, Doran became the permanent Friday co-presenter of Sunrise with Natalie Barr. Koch reverted to working a full week in March.
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In November 2021, Matt Doran was suspended by the Seven Network for two weeks after failing to adequately prepare for an interview with British singer Adele. The singer left the studio after Matt revealed that he hadn’t listened to her new Album which got the renowned singer irritated and she walked out.
Matt Doran is married to Kendall Bora, they had their engagement in 2020. However, on 31 December 2020, Doran and his wife Kendall Bora got engaged. Doran’s wife is best known as the executive producer of Weekend Today.
Matt Doran net worth
How much is Matt Doran worth? Matt Doarn net worth is estimated at around $4 million. His main source of income is from his career as a media personality. Doran successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. He is one of the richest and influential journalists in Australia.