Liz Hayes is an Australian journalist and television presenter currently working as a reporter for 60 Minutes. Previously, she served as co-host of Today.
Liz Hayes was born on May 23, 1956, in the rural town of Taree, New South Wales. She is 67 years old.
Liz stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Liz was born in the rural town of Taree, New South Wales to her hardworking father, Brian Ryan, and a caring mother. Unfortunately, her father succumbed to a catastrophic stroke. However, Liz has not disclosed the names of her mother or siblings but we are reviewing the information and we will let you know.
She was previously married to her first husband, Brian Hayes, who is a builder in Taree. Despite their divorce, Liz still uses Brian’s surname as her professional name. Later, she was married to John Singleton, an advertising entrepreneur in 1991.
Currently, Liz is married to Ben Crane, a former 60 Minute soundman, since the 2000s. Liz is a proud mother of six children, three sons and three daughters namely; Lela, Chapel, Baylor, Beckett, Loxley, and Everly.
Despite her publicity, Liz has not shared any further information regarding her educational background. Nevertheless, this section is under review and you will be updated once we obtain any of her educational information.
She earns a satisfactory salary of $67,741 each year. This is according to 60 Minutes reporters’ salaries.
Throughout her professional career, Liz earned some enormous wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Liz is currently working as a reporter for 60 Minutes. Previously, she served as co-host of Today. She commenced her journalism career as a cadet on the local Manning River Times Newspaper, where she became an assistant editor prior to moving to Sydney.
After moving to Sydney, Liz began working for New Idea magazine prior to joining TV Week magazine. Later, Liz became a Network Ten’s Eyewitness News reporter. In 1981, she was signed to report for National Nine News on the Nine Network. Liz was also assigned to present the Nine News Morning News.
In 1986, she was appointed as a co-host of the Australian TV program, Today alongside Steve Liebmann. In 1996, Liz was replaced by Tracy Grimshaw as a co-host at Today. The same year, she joined 60 Minutes as a correspondent, where she works today.
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