Marc Fennell Bio
Marc Fennell is an Australian award-winning journalist, author, and broadcaster. Currently, he serves as a host for SBS’s The Feed and he is popularly known for conducting one-on-one interviews with celebrities such as Julian Assange, Al Gore, and Tom Cruise.
Marc Fennell Age
Marc Fennell was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on 2nd, June 1985. He is 36 years old.
Marc Fennell Height
He is slightly tall and stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in(Approx 1.68 m) tall.
Marc Fennell Family
Marc Fennell was born and brought up in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia to his loving and caring parents. His father is a former Irish photographer while his mother worked as a school teacher. However, he has revealed his parents’ names or if he has any siblings.
Marc Fennell Education
After completing his primary and high school education, Marc Fennell graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Marc Fennell Wife
Marc Fennell is happily married to his lovely wife Madeleine Genner, who is an ABC radio journalist and a producer. Together, the pair shares two gorgeous children.
Marc Fennell Salary
He receives an estimated salary ranging between 80,000 to 150,000 per year.
Marc Fennell Net Worth
Marc Fennell has accumulated a decent fortune from his illustrious career and has an estimated net worth of 7 million.
Marc Fennell Career
He was co-anchor on The Feed taking over from Jennifer Byrne as host of the Australian version of Mastermind in 2021. He also hosts Download This Show, the ABC technology radio show which looks at the newest trends in digital politics, online privacy, social media, cyberattacks, as well as consumer electronics.
Marc Covers the ABC Radio Network films such as ABC Local Radio and triple j, Australia’s national youth broadcaster. Fennell hosted a weekly film section on triple j tv for its run on ABC1 and ABC2. Fennell hosted the weekly movie segment on Network Ten’s morning program called The Circle, from 2010 to August 2012. His weekly piece on Network Ten’s Breakfast program carried on.
He has hosted The Feed, SBS Australia’s national current affairs show since 2013. Fennell has reported from all across the world including the 2019 Hong Kong Protests to Sex in Japan to survivors of ISIS torture. His one-on-one conversations with newsmakers and celebrities have garnered a lot of attention.
Moreover, he has contributed tech reports to ABC News 24 programs like The Drum, the Technology Quarter, News Exchange, and Weekend Breakfast.
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