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- What does Langdon do for a living?
- Who are Langdon’s parents and siblings?
- What are Langdon’s interests and hobbies?
- Is Langdon married or does XY have a girlfriend/ boyfriend?
- Does Langdon have any children?
- Where is Langdon now?
- How tall is Langdon?
- How much money does Langdon earn?
- What is Langdon’s net worth?
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Who is Allison Langdon?
Allison Langdon is an Australian well-known television presenter, reporter, journalist, news presenter, and author. Currently, she is co-host of the breakfast program Today with Karl Stefanovic and was previously a co-host of its weekend edition Weekend Today as well as a reporter and presenter on the localized version of the current affairs program 60 Minutes.
How Old Is Allison Langdon?
She is 43 years old as of July 2022, having been born on May 20, 1979, in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. Langdon shares her birthdate with celebrities such as; Austin McBroom, Addy Maxwell, Luh Kel, Evee Bennett, Brock Mikesell, and many more.
Allison Langdon Family
Who are Allison Langdon’s Parents?
She was born to David (Father) was handy working in spare car parts and she was at the NRMA when she was not corralling kids.
Does Allison Langdon have Siblings?
She has an elder brother by the name of Heath and a younger sister by the name of Kristen.
Allison Langdon Education
She received her high school education at Wauchope High School and Port Macquarie MacKillop Senior College. After high school, she studied journalism at Charles Sturt University.
Allison Langdon Marital Status
She is married to the love of her life Michael Willesee Jr. an Australian television journalist. They married in 2008.
Allison Langdon Kids
She and her husband Michael have two kids. A son by the name Mack James Willesee (born in 2017) and a daughter by the name Scout Heather (born in 2019).
Allison Langdon Career
During her time at school, she presented radio programs on Monday evenings on the local community radio station 2WAY FM based in Wauchope. After leaving school, she studied journalism at Charles Sturt University where she filed stories for the National Radio News service of the Australian Community Radio Network run by the CBAA. After completing her journalism degree, she joined the Nine Network which included an internship with CBS in New York City. In 2001, she began her media career as a producer for Nightline. She then worked as a producer for the 6:00 pm bulletin of National Nine News in 2002. She then moved to Nine’s Darwin newsroom to seek more on-the-road experience and in her first year in the Top End, she won the David Marchbank Award for the best new journalist.
Langdon alongside her round as political reporter for the Northern Territory traveled to China and East Timor covering stories for news and the Sunday program. In September 2004, she was one of the first Australian journalists on the ground following the Australian Embassy Bombing in Jakarta. While there, she filed daily for all of Nine’s bulletins. Langdon made her return to Sydney in October 2004. As a general reporter and took over the court rounds for National Nine News. In early 2007, she filled in for Georgie Gardner as a news presenter on Today while she was on maternity leave during the first half of 2007.
Later that year, she often presented National Nine News: Morning Edition and National Nine News: Afternoon Edition bulletins on Fridays. In 2008, she was appointed as the Friday presenter of Nightline thus staying in this role until the axing of the program. Through 2008, she continued as a fill-in presenter for Nine News. Moreover, she released her first book; The Child Who Never Was: Looking for Tegan Lane in 2008. The book examines the murder of newborn infant Tegan Lane by mother Keli Lane. In the Sydney newsroom, she was a senior reporter and continued to fill in on Nine News bulletins, and Today.
Because of reporting in Marysville, Victoria in February 2009, she was criticized, a report which had been devastated by the Black Saturday bushfires and where 34 people had died. For this reason, the town was sealed off as a crime scene but Langdon and her camera crew helicoptered into the scene despite a police ban on entering the town. In 2011, she became a reporter on the Nine Network’s 60 Minutes program. Next, she was appointed co-host of Weekend Today in December 2017, replacing Deborah Knight. Thus she will continue as a reporter on 60 Minutes and be a fill-in presenter on Nine News Sydney and Today. The Nine Network announced in November 2019, that Langdon will host Today with Karl Stefanovic from January 2020.
Allison Langdon Height and Measurements
Her body measurements are not mentioned on the internet.
Allison Langdon’s Salary and Net Worth
She has a monthly salary ranging between $70,000 and $250,000 and a net worth of $4 million.