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Grant Denyer Wiki – Biography

An Australian television and radio presenter and motor racing driver, who has worked for several television networks, including Seven Network and Network 10, mostly serving as a presenter. Grant Denyer, 42, and wife Chezzi, 39, will celebrate 10 years of married life next February. But the giddy couple could have easily passed for newlyweds on Friday as they made their way to Melbourne Airport. Grant, who is currently working on radio in Melbourne, and Chezzi (real name Cheryl) were flying home to inland New South Wales for the weekend.

Grant Denyer Age

Born                     12 September 1977 (age 42) Gosford, New South Wales, Australia

Grant Denyer Occupation

Occupation        Television and radio presenter, motor racing driver

Grant Denyer Known For

Known for         Dancing with the Stars  Celebrity Name Game    

Grant Denyer Family

Spouse(s)          Cheryl Rogers (m. 2010)

Children            2

Grant Denyer Television Career

In 1997, Denyer began his career in the media, he gained a position at Prime Television in Wagga Wagga as a news reporter and journalist. He moved to Sydney to work as V8 Supercar pit reporter for Network Ten when he caught the eye of television Producer Adam Boland.

Boland saw the potential in Grant and offered him a full-time position as the weather presenter on the relaunched Sunrise program from 2004 until the end of 2006. Denyer left this position in December 2006 due to wanting to spend more time with his family, though he remained as a roving reporter for the breakfast program Sunrise.

n late 2013, Denyer hosted Slide Show. He also has hosted the current series of Million Dollar Minute which first aired on 16 September 2013. On 29 November 2013, Denyer resigned due to ‘family reasons’ and he was replaced by Weekend Sunrise sports presenter Simon Reeve.

In 2014, Denyer joined Network Ten as the host of a revived version of the game show Family Feud. Denyer has described himself as a “Workaholic”.

In 2015, Denyer co-hosted The Great Australian Spelling Bee alongside Chrissie Swan.

In 2016, he also had a guest appearance on Neighbours for Family Feud on episode 7477.

In 2018, Denyer hosted an Australian version of Game of Games.

In 2019, Denyer started co-hosting Dancing with the Stars alongside Amanda Keller and started hosting Celebrity Name Game.

Grant Denyer Award

Denyer has been nominated four times for the Logie Award for Best Presenter award at the TV Week Logie Awards. He was nominated in 2007, 2008 and 2009 for his roles on It Takes Two and on Australia’s Got Talent (in 2009). He was nominated again in 2015 for his role in Family Feud.

Grant Denyer Awards

Denyer has been nominated four times for the Logie Award for Best Presenter award at the TV Week Logie Awards. He was nominated in 2007, 2008 and 2009 for his roles on It Takes Two and on Australia’s Got Talent (in 2009). He was nominated again in 2015 for his role in Family Feud.

On 3 October 2019, it was announced that Denyer would host a new radio show with Yvie Jones in December, the Grant and Yvie Show, a Summer breakfast show that would air in Hit Network’s major metro markets, except 2Day FM in Sydney.

Grant Denyer Recording career

In December 2018, Denyer released his debut single, “Driving Home for Christmas”.

Grant Denyer Personal life

Grant was born at Gosford Hospital and grew up around Avoca. At 13, he moved to Dandenong, Victoria and spent his holidays at the Denyer Family Farm at Ariah Park, New South Wales.

He is married to TV producer and founder of Mummy Time Cheryl Rogers, and they have two children.

 

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