TV presenter Grant Denyer has earned a net worth of $2 million. Find out how much his salary as on 2018, including wiki, height, age, parents, wife and children detail. Grant Denyer, a ducky multitalented Australian accredited with touch-the-peak popularity as an enthralling Television Weather Reporter, wanted primarily to be a professional car racer. The indomitable spirit that led him to jump over five cars in the monster truck and win the Championship Titles and many other similar Awards also left him with fractured lower vertebrae. He was born on September 12, 1977 (age 40 years) to Craig Deyner (father) and Glenice Deyner (mother) residing at Coffs Harbour, Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Australia. Nothing has been specifically stated about his net earnings, but it may be assumed that he is a handsome earner and well-paid television presenter having his first residential apartment worth $222500.
|Full name||Grant Craig Denyer|
|Birth Date||September 12, 1977|
|Height||5.3 feet / 1.64m|
|Parents||Craig Denyer and Glenice Denyer|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Source of Income||Tv Personality|
|Annual Salary||$200,000 (estimated)|
As a passionate young boy, Grant wanted to be a professional motor racer. When his ambition looked financially handicapped his dreams drove him to enter the media industry, anticipating that he would connect sponsors for his motor racing. In 1977, he joined Wagga Wagga and began his career as a news reporter and journalist at the prime television. Assigned to the job of V8 Supercar pit reporter, he moved to Sydney, hoping to get a good opportunity. Grant was offered work for Network Ten as the Weather Presenter. Thereafter, gripping and weaving colourful reports, he kept on entertaining his viewers pacing up SUNRISE rating to be enthusiastically high.
If you are a fan and wanted to know Grant Denyer net worth then you will be happy to know that Grant posses nearly $2 million. He own a home which he bought at about $220 thousand.
In 2004, Grant’s dream kissed success when he won the first position in V8 Utes Australia Summer Series. Grant’s success was followed by his peak-riding popularity as a weather reporter. He showed glimpses of his talent in his astonishing dance performance in a crowd of stars. In 2009, he won the fourth position in the FujitsuV8 Supercar Series. Again in 2016, he won Australian Endurance Championship.
Despite flood of offers from girls, Grant, being loyal, chose to marry his longtime girlfriend, Cheryl Rogers. The happy couple is now proud parents of two daughters. Grant Denyer is a modest, appealing, well deserved, amusing and naturally positive man in front of a camera.