Rita Panahi Biography
Rita Panahi is a famous American-born Australian right-wing opinion columnist. Panahi serves for The Herald and Weekly Times, a subsidiary of News Corp Australia. She is also the host of The Friday Show on Sky News and is a benefactor to Sunrise on the Seven Network. Panahi is on the radio at 2GB and 3AW.
Rita Panahi Age
Rita Panahi was born in 1976, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States of America. Panahi is 46 years of age.
Rita Panahi Height
Panahi is a woman of average stature. She stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approximately 1.62 meters).
Rita Panahi Family
She was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States of America, to her parents. Her parents are Iranian. Her mum was a midwife and her dad was an agricultural engineer. The family returned to Iran during her babyhood, residing on the coast and proceeding to Tehran by 1979. Her mum served for a hospital associated with the Shah during the Iranian Revolution.
Rita Panahi Husband
She is a lady who enjoys her life and career, but, keeps her marital status private. She has a son whose identity is not known to the public. She disclosed how having her son has assisted shape her views on abortion.
Rita Panahi Education
Panahi served in banking while attending Monash University, studying but not finishing a Bachelor of Business Finance. She officially joined Australian Young Labor and volunteered in the 1996 election campaign.
Rita Panahi Salary
Panahi receives an annual salary of $78,654. This is according to HWT anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Rita Panahi Net Worth
Panahi has an estimated net worth of $5 Million US dollars.
Rita Panahi Career
She currently works as a right-wing opinion columnist for the Herald. In Sep 2007, she started serving for the Herald Sun, published by the Herald and Weekly Times. This is an aid of News Corp Australia. She is a regular guest on Sky News and Sunrise on the Seven Network. Panahi is also a radio announcer on 3AW and 2GB.
In Mar 2018, she started hosting The Friday Show on Sky News Live. Earlier, she wrote for the daily free commuter newspaper mX, writing a weekly sports gossip column. Her column was chosen for a second year; by 2007 she was a recurring guest on the AM sports radio station SEN.