Mal Walden is an Australian television news presenter and former journalist who was born in the United Kingdom on March 20, 1943.
He currently resides in Melbourne. On the occasion of his retirement, it was reported that he held the record for the longest continually serving face on Australian television. His career in the media spanned a total of sixty years.
From 1978 until 1987, Walden was the main presenter of the program Seven National News on the Seven Network in Melbourne. From 1987 until 2013, he was the main presenter of the program Ten Eyewitness News on the Ten Network.
The Melbourne Press Club presented Walden with a quill in recognition of his lifetime achievements, and Premier Denis Napthine staged a goodbye event for Walden in the State Parliament.
Since Walden’s retirement, he has written and published five books, including a memoir titled The Newsman
and Good News, a collection of stories that contributed to the development of the city of Melbourne, a book of quotes titled “Don’t Piss in my Pocket,” a book titled “Crazy Aussie Crims,” and a book titled “Aussie Icons and Legends.”
Mal Walden Wife
Two of Walden and Pauline Durham’s children have reached adulthood. Pauline Durham was a former employee of the programming department at the HSV-7 studio, where Walden worked.
Mal Walden Net Worth
It is estimated that Walden’s net worth falls somewhere between $1.5 and $3 million. His long and distinguished profession in journalism provides the majority of his income.