Rob Kelvin is an Australian television news presenter who formerly worked for Seven Network. He was born on September 20, 1944. It was NWS-9 that was responsible for producing the nighttime edition of Nine News Adelaide, and he was the host of that show.
Together with Kevin Crease, Kelvin provided the briefing up to February 2007, when Crease stepped down from his role after receiving a cancer diagnosis and retiring.
Up to the time of his retirement in December 2010, Kelvin presented alongside Kelly Nestor and then Michael Smyth.
Rob Kelvin Wife
Rob and Anna had two kids, Richard and Jesse, after marrying in 1966. Richard was 15 years old when he was kidnapped, tortured, and murdered.
Bevan Spencer von Einem, a main suspect in Adelaide’s unsolved Family Murders, in which five young men were kidnapped and murdered between 1979 and 1983, was found guilty of Richard’s murder in November 1984 and sentenced to life in prison.
Rob Kelvin Net Worth
It is estimated that Rob Kelvin has a net worth of between $1.5 million and $3 million. The majority of his riches is due to the accomplishments that he has had during his career in journalism.