Ross Stevenson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, 3AW

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Ross Stevenson Biography

This is what you need to know about Ross Stevenson, an Australian radio presenter on Melbourne station 3AW. Stevenson is one of the presenters behind the lighthearted breakfast news and gossip show, Breakfast with Ross & John, one of Australia’s most successful radio shows.

Ross Stevenson Age

Ross Stevenson was born on 8 October 1957 in Australia. He is 63 years old as of 2020.

Ross Stevenson Family

Little is known about Stevenson’s parents, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Ross Stevenson Wife

Ross Stevenson is married to  Sarah Fallshaw and they have a son and a daughter. He has two other sons from a previous relationship. Stevenson is a keen punter, horse-racing enthusiast, and owned.

Ross Stevenson -Daughter

Stevenson has a son and a daughter. He has two other sons from a previous relationship. Information about his daughter will be updated as soon as it’s available

Ross Stevenson Salary

Ross receives an annual average salary of $1 million He is believed to be Australia’s highest-paid breakfast broadcaster and in 2011 signed a lucrative eight-year contract with 3AW.

Ross Stevenson Net Worth

Ross has an approximate Net Worth of $ 10 million. His career as a radio personality is the primary source of her income.

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The Australia radio presenter on Melbourne station 3AW. Stevenson is one of the presenters behind the lighthearted breakfast news and gossip show, Breakfast with Ross & John, one of Australia’s most successful radio shows.

Ross was also a lawyer in 1985. Stevenson began his radio career on community station 3RRR where he partnered with fellow lawyer Denis Connell on a show called Lawyers, Guns and Money, a reference from a Warren Zevon song (“Send lawyers, guns and money, the shit has hit the fan

For over 10 years Stevenson and banks established themselves and in December 200, banks retired. In 2001, John Burns joined Stevenson as co-host. Ross and John is the station’s top rating program and Stevenson is a highly regarded radio presenter by the public and by many of his peers.