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Ben Fordham was born on 29 November, 1976 in Sydney, Australia, is an Australian television journalist. Discover Ben Fordham's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

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Occupation television presenter,television host,news anchor,sports reporter,journalist,radio presenter
Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 29 November 1976
Birthday 29 November
Birthplace Sydney, Australia
Nationality Australian

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His wife is Jodie Speers (m. 2011)

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Children Marigold Jean Fordham

Ben Fordham Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Television Presenter

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In May 2020, 2GB announced that Fordham will replace Alan Jones who is retiring from radio. He finished hosting drive on 22 May 2020 and will commence his new role from 1 June 2020.


In September 2019, Fordham announced that Speers gave birth to their third child.


In 2018, Fordham was also made an inaugural board member of the Ash Williams Show Podcast, alongside other media personalities such as Ed Kavalee, Sonia Kruger and Tony Martin. Fordham was also instrumental in securing the support of Scott Pape as a permanent board member.


In 2016, he was announced as co-host of Australian Ninja Warrior alongside Rebecca Maddern on the Nine Network.

In April 2016, Fordham announced on radio that Speers was pregnant with their second child. She gave birth to a daughter later that year.


In March 2014, Fordham announced that he would be leaving Today at the end of the year to concentrate on his radio career.


In October 2011, Fordham married Seven News presenter Jodie Speers. In August 2014, Fordham announced on Today that his wife was pregnant with their first child: their son was born later that year.


In 2010, he joined Nine News and Today as a reporter, he also covered the 2010 federal election. In January 2011, Fordham became the Today sports presenter replacing Cameron Williams. He also joined 2GB in January 2011 replacing Jason Morrison to present 'Sydney Live'.

On 20 July 2010 NSW Supreme Court judge Elizabeth Fullerton called Fordham's attitude "disrespectful" when he failed to appear in court to hear her judgement on the charges of breaching the Listening Devices Act. Justice Fullerton found him guilty of one of four charges against him, that he knowingly recorded a conversation on 28 May 2008. Byrne was convicted of four charges of breaching the act.


On 26 February 2009 Fordham was charged with concealing a serious crime and breaching the Listening Devices Act. The Nine Network and A Current Affair's producer Andrew Byrne were also charged.


Fordham filled in for Stuart Bocking on 2UE Nights in the 2008/09 summer period and also filled in for Ray Hadley on 2GB in the 2009/10 summer period.

The conversation was aired on ACA in May 2008, claiming to show former Waverley mayor James Markham ordering a fatal hit on a male escort. Although found guilty, Fordham and Byrne each escaped conviction, with Justice Fullerton saying it was "an appalling lack of judgment by two senior journalists who are otherwise held in esteem by their colleagues".


Fordham began his career on Sydney's 2UE radio station, for which he won a Walkley Award for his coverage of the 1997 Thredbo landslide. In 1998, Fordham moved to television and joined Sky News Australia as a reporter and presenter.


Ben Fordham (born 29 November 1976) is an Australian journalist, sports reporter and radio presenter. Fordham is currently breakfast presenter on Sydney radio station 2GB and host of television program Australian Ninja Warrior.