Carrie Bickmore Biography
Carrie Bickmore (OAM) is a Melbourne-based Australian talk show and current affairs television and radio presenter with a Gold Logie award. Bickmore is the co-host of Network 10’s The Project alongside Waleed Aly and the Hit Network’s Carrie & Tommy alongside Tommy Little.
Carrie Bickmore Age
She was born on 3 December 1980 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Carrie Bickmore Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Carrie Bickmore Parents
She is a beloved daughter to Brian Bickmore (father) ) and Jennie Bickmore (mother) Her father is the Director, RG Capital while her mother is a Lecturer / Professor. Brian Bickmore, her father, was a radio announcer at 92.9 Radio in Perth station .
Carrie Bickmore Siblings
Bickmore has not confirmed if she has siblings.
Carrie Bickmore Husband
In 2012, Carrie began dating Chris Walker, a media executive who initially met her in 2009 while working as a producer on The Project. The pair became friends over personal misfortunes.
While Carrie was mourning the loss of her husband, Chris had lost a brother in a vehicle accident. Carrie does not want to remarry and hopes to spend the rest of her life with her current partner, therefore they are a live-in pair.
Carrie was previously married to Greg Lange from 2005 to 2010. Carrie first met her now deceased husband Greg Lange when she started working at a radio station in Perth. Greg was a media professional who was battling brain cancer for 10 years.
Greg’s body gave in after a decade long fight and two days after Christmas 2010, David passed away at a young age of 34. Carrie frequently talks about the constant state of struggle she suffered during her marriage which forced her to grow up quickly.
Carrie Bickmore Kids
She is a loving mother of three kids. Oliver Lange aka Ollie with Greg, who was born in September 2007(son), Evie Walker born on March 2015 (daughter), Adelaide Walker(daughter) born on June 21, 2018.
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Bickmore is the co-host of Network 10’s The Project alongside Waleed Aly since 2009. It airs weeknights and has helped to raise her status as a television host. For her performance on Rove and The Project, Bickmore won the 2010 Logie Award for Best New Female Talent on May 2, 2010.
In 2001, Bickmore joined radio station Nova 100 in Melbourne as an afternoon newsreader. She began her career here. In 2002, she joined Andy Ross as co-host of the drive show. On behalf of Nova 100, Bickmore, Rebecca Leahy, and Michael Colling won the award for Best Community Service Project – Metro.
Bickmore joined Hughesy & Kate on Nova 100 as a breakfast newsreader in 2007. Bickmore returned to Nova 100 in November 2013 to read the news one last time and bid farewell to the long-running breakfast radio duo Hughesy and Kate.
In 2012 and 2013, Bickmore was nominated for the Gold Logie Award for Most Popular TV Personality. Bickmore was nominated for the prize again in 2014. This caused the media to label her “the golden girl” of Network Ten, alongside Asher Keddie. In 2013, it was revealed that Bickmore would star alongside former American Idol judge Paula Abdul in a redesigned edition of So You Think You Can Dance Australia for Network Ten.
Carrie Bickmore Awards
Bickmore was selected the official Cadbury Easter Ambassador in April 2012. In addition, in November 2012, she was appointed UNICEF Ambassador to Project Eliminate with the aim of improving understanding of neonatal and maternal tetanus.
In November 2014, she became the permanent face of Australia’s leading French beauty brand Garnier. Carrie was appointed to the Victoria Honor Roll of Women in 2017 as a “charitable and exciting role model for women and girls” in her work.
Carrie Bickmore Beanies
Carrie’s journey began in May 2015, when she received a Logie! Carrie’s Gold Logie Award in 2015 was dedicated to her late husband Greg, who died after a 10-year struggle with brain cancer. She earned $1 million for brain cancer research in less than a year after starting her charity, Carries Beanies for Brain Cancer, and she continues to gather funds.
Bickmore founded the CB4BC Foundation, which has raised more than $17 million for brain cancer research. Bickmore began on television in 2006 with the variety show Rove Live, where she hosted the “Carrie @ the News Desk” part for each episode. Bickmore returns to the show in 2007 with a larger role.
Carrie Bickmore Salary
Bickmore is believed to be earning an estimated salary amount of $1.5 million annually.
Carrie Bickmore Networth
She has garnered an net worth of approximately $5 million.
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