Very fewer journalist reach to the peak of the limelight because of their personal life issues and affair, and so is Rebecca Maddern. She is one of the known television personality from Australia who is contributing as a news anchor and moderator. With her innovative styles of anchoring at the television shows, journalist Rebecca Maddern is able to win the hearts of million fans from around the world. Looking at the biography of Rebecca, she is found to be born in Victoria, Australia on August 6, 1977. Not as a normal journalist, Rebecca Maddern is an award-winning journalist. The famous journalist Rebecca belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an Australian nationality.
Early Life and Education
The early phase of Rebecca’s life was spent in her native land where she completed her school level education. She went to the RMIT University to complete her study at the Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies. After the bachelor degree in 1999, she started joining radio station to utilize her vacation.
Professional Life and Career
Till date, the 40 years old television personality Rebecca has worked for numerous radio station and television networks. By profession, she is a journalist, reporter & a news presenter. After completion of her bachelor study, Rebecca worked as a sports reporter for Triple M, a Melbourne radio station. There she was able to work under the supervision and guidance of renowned Australian media personalities. Later in the year 2001, Journalist Rebecca went to Fox FM as an afternoon news reporter. After a year working there, she joined Nova 100 in 2002 where she used to read the morning breakfast news. Australian white journalist Rebecca joined the Seven Network in 2002 as she accepted the job offered by the news director of the Network. Joining this network proved to be fruitful to Rebecca as her contribution over there made her to won one of the prestigious awards titled Quill Award. She was awarded this prestigious award for covering the Victoria’s January 2003 bushfires. Later in the year 2005, Journalist Rebecca was promoted as the presenter of Seven Afternoon News replacing David Johnston. Being with Seven News journalist Rebecca Maddern has appeared on several shows along with her show partner. Rebecca moved to Sunrise as a correspondent from Melbourne replacing Nick Etchells in March of 2014. One year back in November of 2016, Rebecca was announced to be the host of an Australian Ninja Warrior which will be a reality shows of presenting daring and rowdy boys performing several challenging tasks.
Personal Life: Is Rebecca Maddern Married? If yes, who is her husband?
Journalist Rebecca Maddern has married twice as her first marriage got unsuccessful. James Wilson was the first husband of Rebecca Maddern with whom she has to get a divorce after few years of marriage. As a partner, they were going through several misunderstandings and disputes among them.
After the divorce, Journalist Rebecca who has also been the ambassador for 2007 Geelong Cup married for the second time to Trent Miller who is the cameraman for Seven News. Her husband Miller is currently the cameraman of GTV-9 and also works for AFL Footy Show. No news whether the Journalist Rebecca Maddern has become pregnant or not is available. The current couple seems to be happily living and no news is there about their extra-marital affair. We will be updating you if she became pregnant or there arise sudden change in their relationship status.