Sarah Harris Net Worth 2021, Age, Husband, Children, Height, Family, Parents, TV Shows

Sarah Harris net worth

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Introduction

Sarah Harris is an Australian television presenter and journalist. She is currently hosting Network 10’s Studio 10.

Early life

NameSarah Harris
Net Worth$4 million
ProfessionJournalist, TV presenter
Height1.73m
Age40 years
Sarah Harris net worth 2021

Sarah Harris was born on July 12, 1981 (age 40 years) in Sydney, Australia. She grew up in a block of housing commission flats in Mount Druitt, a western suburb of Sydney. She has one younger brother. Her father died of prostate cancer at 50. Harris attended Caboolture State High School.

Career

Sarah Harris studied journalism and international business at the Queensland University of Technology. Her journalism career started in 1997 at the Seven Network in Brisbane, where she filed reports for Seven News and later Today Tonight.

She joined Prime Gold Coast News where she was a freelance television reporter and presenter in June 2001. She then moved back to the Seven Network in Brisbane where she was a cadet news reporter and writer.

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Harris has appeared on The Project, Celebrity Name Game, Have You Been Paying Attention? and Hughesy, We Have a Problem.

In 2002, Harris joined the Nine Network and became a reporter, researcher, and fill-in presenter on Extra. She also joined National Nine News as a reporter and Today. She delivered live reports from the scene of the Cairns Tilt Train derailment in November 2004, as well as Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen’s funeral in Kingaroy in 2005.

Sarah Harris left Today in 2005 to become a reporter and fill-in presenter on National Nine News in Brisbane.

Harris moved to Sydney to become a Today reporter and a fill-in news presenter in 2007. She was also a fill-in news presenter on Nine Morning News, Nine Afternoon News, Nine News Sydney and Weekend Today

In 2012, Harris was the main fill-in presenter for Sonia Kruger on Mornings. She also filled in for Leila McKinnon on Weekend Today whilst she was on maternity leave.

She resigned from the Nine Network to join Network Ten’s new morning program, Studio 10 as a co-host with Ita Buttrose, Joe Hildebrand and Jessica Rowe in August 2013. She has also been a fill-in host on the Network Ten program The Project.

In November 2014, Harris was announced as the host of Shark Tank. In February 2016, Harris was welcomed to the No Agenda round table as a Black Dame by Adam Curry and John C Dvorak.

On 31 October 2016, Harris gained a Guinness World Record for Most Pumpkins Smashed in One Minute while dressed as Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family.

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Sarah Harris is a former pack-a-day smoker, having quit in 2014. However, she was seen smoking with co-host Joe Hildebrand at the Logie Awards 2016. She claimed at that moment it was the first cigarette she had had since her pregnancy.

She stands with an appealing height and has a good bodyweight that suits her personality. Harris holds Australian nationality but her religion is unknown to the general people.

Husband

Sarah Harris is married to her longtime boyfriend Tom Ward, they had their wedding in Sydney in 2014. Her husband Tom Ward is an Information Technology specialist. Harris and Ward have two children. In March 2021, Harris announced that she and Ward are “taking time apart however we remain good friends and deeply committed to co-parenting our two beautiful boys”. However, in October 2017, Harris and Ward bought a $2.175 million home in Sydney’s North Shore.

Sarah Harris net worth

How much is Sarah Harris worth? Sarah Harris net worth is estimated at around $4 million. Her main source of income is from her career as a journalist and television presenter. Harris successful career has earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars trips. She is one of the young richest and influential journalists and TV presenters in Australia.