Grant Denyer Radio, Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Racing, Salary

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Grant Denyer Biography and Wiki

Grant Denyer is a Bathurst-based Australian television and radio host as well as a motor racing driver. He has worked as a presenter for several television networks, including Seven Network and Network 10. Denyer began his media career as a news reporter and journalist at Prime Television in Wagga Wagga. When Adam Boland, a television producer, noticed him, he moved to Sydney to work as a V8 Supercar pit reporter for Network Ten.

Grant Denyer Age

How old is Grant? He is 47 years old as of  2024. He was born Grant Craig Denyer on 12 September 1977 in Gosford, Australia.

Grant Denyer Height and Measurements

His height is not yet disclosed. However, details about his other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. Though details about his other body measurements are currently under review.  READ: Arnon Mishkin

Grant Denyer’s Family and Parents

Grant Denyer grew up in Gosford, Australia, the son of Glenice and Craig Denyer. At the age of 13, he moved to Dandenong, Victoria, and spent his vacations at the Denyer family farm in Ariah Park, New South Wales.

Grant Denyer Wife | Spouse

He is happily married to Mummy Time founder and TV producer Cheryl Rogers. Together they have three daughters.

Grant Denyer Salary

He earns an annual salary of $10 Million.

Grant Denyer Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $30 Million.

Grant Denyer Racing |Radio | Career

According to Southern Cross Austereo, Denyer joined 2Day FM in December 2017 to co-host the Em, Grant, and Ed breakfast show with comedians Em Rusciano and Ed Kavalee. In 2019, Ash London took over the show for Rusciano. In August 2019, Southern Cross Austereo announced that Grant, Ed, and Ash would be leaving on Friday, August 16th due to a ‘new direction.’ Grant, Ed, and Ash were replaced by a music-focused show. Denyer and Yvie Jones will host the Grant and Yvie Show in December, which will air across Hit Network’s major metro markets, except 2Day FM in Sydney. READ MORE: Sarah Shahi

Denyer raced for Speed FX Racing in the Fujitsu V8 Supercar championship in a Ford Falcon alongside Michael Caruso and Daniel Elliot. He debuted with Dick Johnson Racing in 2005. He was named Mike Kable Rookie of the Year the same year after finishing in the top ten in his rookie season (10th). Denyer raced for DJR and Alex Davison in the 2006 Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000. Denyer and Alex finished ninth overall at Bathurst. Denyer also raced on the tarmac, placing third in the 2007 Suncoast Rally in a Les Walkden-prepared Subaru Impreza WRX STI.

Denyer competed in the Bathurst 24-hour Endurance Race in 2002, driving a Nissan 200SX. In 2003, he competed in the same event, driving a Porsche 996 GT3 and finishing second in his class and sixth overall. Denyer won his first Supercars race in the Development Series on June 7, 2008, at Sandown in the second race of the weekend. Denyer had a successful 2009 season, finishing fourth in the Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series. Denyer also raced with Maranello Motorsport in the Australian GT Championship in 2015, but switched to Tekno Autosports’ McLaren 650S in 2016, occasionally collaborating with car owner and eventual 2016 Bathurst 1000 winner Jonathon Webb. Denyer and Nathan Morcom won the Australian Endurance Championship, a GT Championship offshoot.