Firstly, Holmes started his career working for a Dublin business magazine and then joined Ulster Television. He has covered Horse racing, Darts, The Rich List and presented shows like Open Air, Jet Set, Songs of Praise, It's Not Me, It's You, etc.
Moreover, Eamonn also appeared in movies like Robots, Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie where he role as RTE newsreader and Bigmouth Executive & Forge. He also presents shows such as The Eamonn Holmes Show, Sunday Afternoons, The Michael Parkinson Show and Let's Talk with Eamonn Holmes in different radio stations.
Despite being a successful journalist, Eamonn is also actively involved in charity. Along with his wife, they supported the Dementia Friends campaign and are patrons of Dogs Trust. He was also a celebrity ambassador for the children's charity, Variety GB also became a patron of Northern Ireland Kidney Patients Association.
Holmes earned wide recognition as well as wealth from his career. For his prestigious work he was awarded TRIC Award for Satellite/Digital TV Personality, TRIC Award for News Presenter/Reporter, Legends of Industry Award for Services to Broadcasting and Journalism, etc.
Moving towards his personal life, Eamonn Holmes married Gabrielle after dating for several months. Together they gave birth to Declan, Rebecca, and Niall but couldn't handle their relationship which led to divorce. Later, he got married to his long-term girlfriend Ruth Langsford. They gave birth to a son, Jack Alexander and currently living happily together in England.
Eamonn earns the huge amount of money from his professional career. He worked in different TV station, and is cast in different Film and TV shows and earns a good amount of salary.His net worth is estimated to be around $5 Million.