Sharyn Ghidella is a journalist and newscaster from Australia. Monday through Friday, Ghidella presently co-hosts Seven News Brisbane with Max Futcher.
In the region, Ghidella began her broadcast career as a reporter and host for North Queensland Television (now Nine). She also created and hosted Newsweek, a regional news program, each week.
She relocated to Brisbane to work for the News division of Network Ten before joining the Nine Network.She spent her first three years with the Nine Network reporting, writing, and presenting hourly news breaks for National Nine News.
She began hosting Nine’s Daybreak program, which was later renamed National Nine Early News, in the mid-1990s. In 2000, she succeeded Peter Overton as anchor of the National Nine Morning News, but was later replaced by Mark Ferguson, who had taken over at 6 am.
Sharyn Ghidella Husband
Ghidella was born in the town of Babinda, which is located in the region of Far North Queensland. Her two boys were born to her and her spouse, the independent cameraman Paul Croll.
Sharyn Ghidella Net Worth
It is estimated that Sharyn Ghidella has a net worth of between $1 million and $5 million. The majority of her riches is due to the accomplishments she has had during her career in journalism.