Eddie McGuire

Eddie McGuire Age, Net Worth, Height, Facts
Eddie McGuire is a journalist who was born in Carlton, Victoria, Australia in 29/10/1964 and is now 59 years old. Eddie McGuire has a net worth of $4 Million.

How old is Eddie McGuire?

Eddie McGuire is 59 years old.

What is Eddie McGuire Net Worth?

Eddie McGuire's net worth is $4 Million.

What is Eddie McGuire Birthday?

Eddie McGuire's birthday is 29/10/1964.

What is Eddie McGuire Zodiac Sign?

Eddie McGuire's zodiac sign is Scorpius.

What is Eddie McGuire's Real Birth Name?

Eddie McGuire's real birth name is Edward Joseph McGuire.

Where is Eddie McGuire's Birthplace?

Eddie McGuire's birthplace is Carlton, Victoria, Australia.

How Tall is Eddie McGuire?

Eddie McGuire height is 6'0''.

What is Eddie McGuire Nationality?

Eddie McGuire nationality is .

What are Eddie McGuire's Professions?

Eddie McGuire's professions are Journalist, Television presenter.

Who is Eddie McGuire's Spouse(s)?

Carla McGuire (m. 1997)

Who is Eddie McGuire?

Edward Joseph McGuire AM is an Australian television presenter, journalist and Australian Football League commentator. He is also an occasional Herald Sun newspaper columnist. He hosts Channel Nine’s Millionaire Hotseat, Monday night episodes of Footy Classified, and Network 10’s coverage of the Melbourne Cup Carnival.

McGuire is the former president of the Collingwood Football Club; he stood down in 2021 after criticism of his handling of a report outlining systemic racism and involvement in racism at the club. He has worked in sports journalism, sports broadcasting and as a game show host. McGuire previously hosted Nine Network’s The Footy Show from its first airing in March 1994 until his departure in 2006. He returned for two years in 2017, leaving upon the show’s termination in 2018, prior to its short-lived reformat.

He hosts Australia’s edition of the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? and, previously, 1 vs. 100. He is a former Nine Network CEO, resigning on 30 June 2007. He returned to commentating Friday night football in August 2007 contractually with Melbourne radio station SEN 1116, commentating one match a round.He is a director at the Victorian Major Events Company. He formerly hosted Triple M Melbourne’s breakfast show The Hot Breakfast.

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