Amber Sherlock Biography
Amber Sherlock is an Australian journalist and news presenter currently working as a news anchor at 9News based in Sydney, Australia. She joined Nine Network in 2007 as TODAY’s business and finance reporter. Before joining Nine Network, she worked as a newsreader and business presenter at Sky News Australia.
Amber Sherlock Education
Amber after finishing high school, joined the University of Technology, Sydney where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.
Amber Sherlock Age and Birthday
How old is Amber? Amber is 48 years old as of 2023. She was born Amber Simone Sherlock on December 1, 1975, in Sydney, Australia. Her birthday is always celebrated on December 1st of every year. RELATED: Dianne Gallagher
Amber Sherlock Nationality and Ethnicity
Amber holds Australian nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. She belongs to the White-Australian ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Amber Sherlock Height
How tall is Amber? Amber stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m)
Amber Sherlock Family | Parents
Amber was born and raised in Sydney, Australia by her parents. Though, information regarding her family members including her mother, father and siblings is currently under review.
Amber Sherlock Husband
Is Sherlock married? Sherlock is currently married to her husband Chris Sherlock. The couple got married through a private wedding in 2004. In attendance were family members and close friends. The couples are proud parents to two children. READ: Steve Kornacki
Amber Sherlock Salary
Amber working as a news anchor at 9News based in Sydney, Australia earns an estimated annual salary of $95,245.
Amber Sherlock Net Worth
Amber is an Australian journalist and news presenter with an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Amber Sherlock 9News
For 14 years, Amber has worked as a journalist, beginning her career at the Seven Network in Sydney. She started out as a reporter in the NSW snowfields before transitioning to the Commonwealth Bank’s financial news service. Amber then moved to the Ten Network, where she covered the Sydney Olympics.
After her time in Sydney, Amber moved to London and worked as a finance journalist for a number of years. She eventually returned to Australia and took up a position as the host of a news and current affairs program for the Ten Network in Canberra, which was a success.
Following her stint in Canberra, Amber returned to Sydney and worked as a financial journalist for Commsec. She then moved to Sky News Australia, where she became a newsreader and business presenter. Amber started on the First Edition team before moving to the Evening News, where she hosted a nightly business program.
In 2007, Amber joined the Nine Network as the business and finance reporter for TODAY. She later went on to present the early morning edition of the Qantas Inflight News, which is now broadcast on the Nine Network as the Early Morning News. In January 2009, Amber joined WEEKEND TODAY as a co-host alongside Cameron Williams and Leila McKinnon, as well as sports reporter Michael Slater.