Born and raised in Nigeria, Sarah Ferguson is an Australian reporter, journalist and TV presenter who is best known for the documentary series Hitting Home. Currently, she is working on the Australian channel ABC. In addition, she is also the winner of multiple awards including AACTA Awards and Walkley Awards.
The Australian journalist was born on December 31, 1965, in Lagos, Nigeria. She is the daughter of Marjorie Ferguson and as for her father, the details is not available. The couple was the immigrants from England. As for siblings, not much information is available.
Sarah holds the dual citizenship of England and Australia. She is of white ethnicity and her birth sign is Capricorn. Her family moved to England after the Biafran war broke out.
As for academic qualification, she received a degree in English literature from King’s College in London.
The 53-year-old journalist married Tony Jones, the fellow television and radio presenter. The couple met in Paris when Ferguson was a researcher and Tony was the ABC’s UK correspondent. The pair started dating not so long after and held wedding in 1993.
Sarah gave birth to two children and now they are the parents of three children, whereas one from Jones’ previous marriage. They are now living a happy married life in Australia.
In addition, Sarah is an animal lover and has a dog & a cat as a pet. The family member loves spending time with each other and often goes for the outing.
Sarah Ferguson is an enthusiastic journalist who worked hard to earn what she has now. With the professional career of more than two decades, she must have accumulated over a million dollars, however, the actual wealth is still under review.
Talking about her net worth, her husband Tony cannot be isolated. Jones has accumulated an estimated net worth of $4 million as of July 2019. The salary of Sarah Ferguson was $200,000 in 2013 and now it may have increased. While her husband collected the wage of $355,789 in the same year.
The Australian journalist started her career as a writer for art reviews in The Independent, a British online newspaper. After a period of time, she moved to France to work for the BBC.
Following then, Sarah migrated to Australia where she worked in Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). She also worked in the TV show Dateline and Insight as reporter and producer, which was broadcasted by SBS.
In 2011, Ferguson worked on the TV program Four Corners for which she was awarded Gold Walkley Award for her exceptional work. In November 2015, she released documentary series, Hitting Home where domestic violence crisis in Australia was shown.
Similarly, she presented several documentaries including Revelation (2019), Bitter End (2018), The Siege (2017), Trump/Russia (2018), The Leaders (2016), The Killing Season (2015), and many more.
In addition, the Australian journalist was promoted to ABC’s China Bureau Chief in February 2019.
Sarah Ferguson is a Nigeria born Australian television presenter, reporter, and journalist, best known for presenting documentary series Hitting Home.
Sarah Ferguson is 53 years old as of July 2019.
Sarah Ferguson is 5 feet 7.5 inches or 1.71 meters tall.
Sarah Ferguson is from Australia.