Kay McGrath Biography

Published On Jan 29, 2017
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Birth Nation: Australia
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Kay McGrath started her career as a newsreader in late eighties and also presented a national news show named “TVAM” on the Seven Network in 1988 from Sydney. After working there for about one year, she left the show and then joined Seven News Brisbane in the year 1989. She has done quite impressive works by reporting on the spot news where the incidents and natural disasters occurred. 

While working with Seven, she has presented various series of documentaries regarding social issues. Moreover, she is also involved with many non-profit organizations like PACT (Protect All Children Today), The Abused Child Trust, Brest Cancer Association, and she also actively fighting for the breast cancer disorder.

The exact age of Kay McGrath is not disclosed yet. Regarding her ethnicity and nationality, Kay McGrath is a white Australian journalist. Kay got married to her husband Richard Moore with whom she has two children together while Richard also has a daughter along with his ex-wife. She earns her salary from her journalism career, which adds up to her recent net worth, and ables her to enjoy celebrity life.

 

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Presented a national news show "TVAM"

1988

Kay McGrath started her career as a newsreader in late eighties and also presented a national news show named “TVAM” on the Seven Network in 1988 from Sydney. She worked there for about one year and gave a really impressive performance.

Joined the "Seven News"

1989

After working on "TVAM" for about one year, she left the show and then joined Seven News Brisbane in the year 1989. She has done quite impressive works by reporting on the spot news where the incidents and natural disasters occurred.

Appointed as Friday & Saturday presenter

2013

Kay McGrath and Rod Young were appointed Friday & Saturday presenters of Seven News Brisbane with Sharyn Ghidella and Bill McDonald taking over Sunday to Thursday nights in January 2013. During her time with Seven, she has reported for and co-hosted a series of documentaries on local social issues.

Involved in non-profit organization

2017

Kay McGrath is also involved with many non-profit organizations like PACT (Protect All Children Today), The Abused Child Trust, Brest Cancer Association, and she also actively fighting for the breast cancer disorder which is also the reason behind her fame.