Samantha Armytage Biography
Samantha Armytage (born 4 September 1977) is an Australian journalist and television news presenter. She is well known for being the co-host of Sunrise alongside David Koch and she has previously co-hosted Weekend Sunrise and presented Seven 4.30 News.
Samantha Armytage was born in Australia. She was raised on Bolaro Station in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. She attended Kincoppal-Rose Bay School and then Charles Sturt University. She is a descent of the Armytage pioneering/pastoral family who came from Victoria. She has one younger sister, Georgina, and one younger brother, Charles.
She started her career at WIN Television in 1999. After working there for three years, she then joined Sky News Australia. There, she was a chief political reporter. Samantha became engaged with the Seven Network, in April 2003. In June 2013, Armytage replaced Sunrise co-host, Melissa Doyle. She is reported to earn a very large amount from her reporting career but her net worth isn't revealed.
In 2016 Samantha Armytage was replaced as host of UNHCR lunch with Kristin Davis after the Sex and The City themed skit on Sunrise with Davis backfired. Actress Davis went there to discuss her work in UNHCR but Armytage was accused that she only focused on the movie Sex and The City.
She has been able to maintain her private life and no revelations are made regarding her love affairs and her married life. She is actively involved in social medias. Her Twitter and Instagram account is filled with her professional work. She is very fond of dogs and she regularly keeps posting pictures with dogs.Edit
Born in Australia
She was born in an upper-middle class family. She grew up in Bolaro Station in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. She was raised along with her younger sister and younger brother. She was enrolled at Kincoppal-Rose Bay school and then she attended Charles Sturt University.Edit
Began career at WIN Television
Armytage began her media career with WIN Television in 1999 as a news reporter and presenter in Canberra. She worked there for almost three years and then she joined Sky News Australia in 2002. There she was chief political reporter.