Allison Langdon 60 Minutes, Bio, Age, Wiki, Salary, Height, Sister, House, Injury, Married, Husband, Net Worth, Books

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Allison Langdon Biography| Wikipedia

Allison Langdon is a television presenter, reporter, journalist, news presenter, and author from Australia. Langdon currently co-hosts Today with Karl Stefanovic and was previously a co-host on Weekend Today, as well as a reporter and presenter on the localized version of 60 Minutes.

Allison Langdon Education

Langdon is believed to be a scholar. Though, details regarding her educational background are currently not yet available in the public domain. We will update her educational background once availed publicly.

Allison Langdon Age

How old is she? Allison is 43 years old as of 2022. She was born on 20 May 1979 in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.

Allison Langdon Height and Measurements

Her height is not yet disclosed. However, details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. Details about her other body measurements are currently under review. READ MORE: Karl Stefanovic

Allison Langdon Family | Parents and Sister

She was raised by her parents, in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia but she has not provided any information about her siblings or family in general. It is unknown whether she had siblings, and the identity of her mother is still unknown.

Allison Langdon Husband| Married

Langdon announced her engagement to journalist Michael Willesee, Jr., son of former A Current Affair host Mike Willesee, on August 26, 2007. Langdon married Willesee, Jr. in 2008. The couple welcomed a son in January 2017 and a daughter in March 2019.

Allison Langdon Salary

She earns an annual salary ranging from $40,000 – $ 110,500.

Allison Langdon’s Net Worth

Allison has an estimated net worth ranging from $2 million – $6 million. Most of her income is mainly accredited to her successful career as a news reporter and anchor.

Allison Langdon Books| Author

Ally wrote the book ‘The Child Who Never Was -The Tegan Lane Story’ (released in 2007). Lane was convicted of the baby’s murder in December 2010.

Allison Langdon House

Langdon is believed to have a huge house. She has a big mansion based in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, where she resides with her family.

Allison Langdon Injury and Health

Information regarding her health is currently under review despite various speculations that she has been injured before. Nevertheless, more on her health program will be updated once it is confirmed available.

Allison Langdon 60 Minutes | Career

Allison will take over as host of TODAY alongside Karl Stefanovic on January 6, 2020. In 2019, she co-hosted Weekend TODAY with David Campbell, juggling her presenting duties with her reporting duties for 60 Minutes.
She began working for 60 Minutes in 2011. Her accomplishments include reporting from Somalia during a brutal civil war, venturing into the raging heart of one of the world’s most active and dangerous volcanoes, and coming face to face with Grizzly bears in the Canadian wilderness. Allison joined Nine’s flagship current affairs program after working in the Sydney newsroom for nine years, where she frequently traveled the world to cover major stories. She has also hosted the 6 p.m. Nine News.

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Langdon was the only Australian journalist to make it into Cameroon to cover the plane crash that killed six Australian mining executives in 2010, while in South Africa for the FIFA World Cup. In Australia, she was a key figure in Nine’s award-winning coverage of the federal election, and she hosted the prime-time documentary ‘A Royal Engagement’ when Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement. Langdon has also covered the drug wars in Juarez, Mexico, the bombing of the Australian embassy in Jakarta, and the return to Balibo, East Timor, with the families of the five Australian journalists killed during the Indonesian invasion in 1975. Ally was recently announced as co-host of the 2019 Vision Australia’s Carols by Candlelight with David Campbell. She is also an Ambassador for R U Ok?, the Mirabel Foundation, and Gidget Foundation.