Famous American television presenter Grant Denyer is known for It Takes Two (2006), Slide Show(2013) and Australia's Got Talent (2007). Apart from being a television personality, he is also a motor racing driver.
Likewise, Grant was nominated for his character in Family Feud in 2015. He is also involved in much awareness-raising program for children and adult. However, he had an accident and was seriously injured in 2008.
Career And Net Worth
He has associated with some television networks, Seven and Ten in which he serves as a presenter. He has won many awards and Logic Award for Best Presenter is one of them. He was known as being Australia's Spunkiest Male TV Personality in 2006. Voted as the sexiest presenter on TV Grant became the winner of the fourth series of Dancing with the Star. He was also the host of Slideshow and Million Dollar Minute.
Apart from that, Denyer is also associated with Dick Johnson Racing, Speed FX Racing, and MW Motorsport
His exact net worth is not revealed yet. But we can assume that he might be earning a good salary. He is very much satisfied with his work and pay. His excellent presentation skills are also one of the reasons he is paid more than another host. He bought his first home in $222500.
Grant Craig Denyer known as Grant Denyer was born on September 12, 1997, in Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Australia.
The media personality, Grant Denyer, is married to his wife, Cheryl Rodgers who is a TV producer. She also serves as a Producer for top rating breakfast TV show, Sunrise and writes for the entertainment blog, The Chezzie Diaries.
The couple shared their wedding vows in 2011 and are in a medieval run of nearly a decade long marital status. In the course of their blissful married life, the couple welcomed two daughters— they were blessed with their first child, Sailor on 9 May 2011 and a second baby girl named Scout on 14 October 2015.
However, with the blessing of kids, they has been facing their kids' health issues. Her daughter, Sailor, had health issues regarding the food allergy. Sailor was diagnosed with a moderate allergy to cashew nuts in 2017. Back in February 2019, Grant and Cheryl rushed her to the Westmead Hospital for her health check-up.
Grant Denyer with his wife, Cheryl Rodgers (Photo: newidea.com.au)
Regardless of the facts, he and his wife, Cheryl relish over eight years of married life, sharing a peaceful and altruistic bond within their family.
Plan On Expanding The Family
Back in August 2018, Grant appeared on 2DayFM breakfast radio show, Em, Grant & Ed, and disclosed that he and his wife, Cheryl might be seeking to expand their broods. Supporting the statement, he added;
'Look we're not trying right now but I don't know if we've completely closed the door exactly.'
Grant also admitted that Cheryl came out with the idea of expanding their family. Also, he mentioned that the love birds would conceive twin girls due to both of their family histories who have 17 sets of extended twins in their family.