Chris Smith (Sky News)Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Age & More

Chris Smith (Sky News)Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Age & More read all about him in this article.Christopher Smith is a talkback radio host from Australia. He previously hosted the 2GB Sydney afternoon show.

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Chris Smith (Sky News)Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Age & More
Chris Smith

Chris Smith Wiki/ Biography

Real Name Chris Smith
Birthdate 22 July 1962 
Age (2022) 60 years
Place of Birth Australia
Nationality Australian
Ethnicity Not Known
Religion Not Known
Education Graduation
Profession Australian radio broadcaster

Chris Smith Family Details

Father Name Not Known
Mother Name Not Known
Siblings Not Known
Marital Status Married
Spouse / Partner

Ali Smith (Ex. Wife)

Susie Burrell

Children Four

Chris Smith Age, Height & Weight

Age 60 years
Height 5feet 9 inches
Weight 78kg
Net Worth $2 Million
Last Update 2022

Chris Smith Parents and Family

Chris Smith Born to his parents in Australia.Chris Has never share about any details of our mother, father and siblings.He keeps his personal life private.

Chris Smith Wife and Children

Chris Smith is a Married mam.He married Twice.Firstly he married with Ali Smith and the have two children together but later they seperate.Chris Smith currently Married with wife Susie Burrell Who is a nutritionist.They Have twin boys.

Chris Smith Net Worth

Chris Smith Net Worth is $2 Million in 2022.As an Australian talkback radio broadcaster and host he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle. His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

Name Chris Smith
Net Worth $2 Million
Income / Salary Per Years Will Update Soon
Income Source Australian radio broadcaster
Last Update 2022

Chris Smith Ethnicity, Nationality

Chris Smith Ethnicity and Nationality belongs to Australia.

Chris Smith Career Highights

In 1990s,Smith working at A Current Affair.It was alleged Smith exposed himself to a number of female employees. Two of them reported the incident, demanding an apology. Reportedly it was laughed off by program management who backed Smith.

Smith moved to China to work in English language radio before returning to Australia in mid-2005 to host National Nine Early News.

In February 2011, Smith held a contest on his afternoon radio show titled "Smithy's Mystery" in which listeners could win movie tickets, books, and DVDs if they correctly predicted the number of asylum seekers who would be buried in Sydney after dying at sea.