Jessica Yates Biography
Jessica Yates is an Australian journalist serving as host of Fox Sports Australia. She previously served as a freelance reporter for Network Ten and Channel Seven.
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Yates was born on September 15, 1984 in Australia.
Jessica Yates Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Jessica Yates Education
She attended Charles Sturt University graduating with a Bachelor of Broadcast Journalism. She has a Masters in International Relations from Sydney University.
Jessica Yates Husband
She is married to Luke Egan who is a professional surfer who competed on the Association of Surfing Professionals Men’s World Tour. In 1997 he won his first WCT event, in 2000 he earned his second win. He left the tour in 2005 to become a Marketing Manager for Billabong.
Luke was previously married to Natalie Gruzlewski who is also a television presenter and the host of Farmers Wants a Wife.
Jessica Yates Daughter
Yates has a daughter known as Jessica Yates.
Jessica Yates Fox Sports
Jessica joined Fox Sports in November 2006, a month after the launch of the 24-hour FOX SPORTS News channel. She is a regular boundary reporter for FOX SPORTS’ live and exclusive broadcast of the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash and hosts FOX SPORTS’ coverage of the Superbike World Championship.
She has hosted events such as the red carpet for the NRL Dally M Awards, the world surfing tour for FOX SPORTS News and FUEL TV from Tahiti, Fiji, Bali and Portugal.
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