Grant Denyer Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Instagram, Biography

Mariner Shelley Denyer and Scout Una Denyer are Grant Denyer’s girls. Their dad, Grant Denyer, is an Australian TV and radio moderator.

Award is likewise an engine hustling driver and has showed up in Seven Network and Network 10. In the year 2018, Denyer was granted the Gold Logie Award for being the Most Popular Australian TV character.

With his significant other Cheryl Rogers, Grant Denyer has invited two little girls. Award Denyer’s girl Sailor Shelley Denyer was born a year after her folks’ wedding.

Mariner was born in the year 2011 and is nine years of age as of now. Likewise, their little girl Scout Una Denyer was born in the year 2015 and is five years of age as of now.

Denyer in 2015
Born
Grant Craig Denyer

12 September 1977 (age 43)

Gosford, New South Wales, Australia
Nationality Australian
Occupation
  • Television and radio presenter
  • Motor racing driver
Employer Network 10
Known for
  • Family Feud
  • Dancing with the Stars
  • Celebrity Name Game
Spouse(s)
Cheryl Rogers

(m. 2010)

Children 2

 

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Mariner Shelley Denyer and Scout Una Denyer are the little girls of Grant Denyer and Cheryl Rogers. Their folks have been hitched for 10 years at this point.

In like manner, Sailor and Scout are granddaughters of Craig Denyer and Glenice Denyer. Their dad Grant won a Gold Logie Award for being the most famous Australian TV Personality.

Award Denyer has worked in TV arrangement like I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, Celebrity Name Game, Hughesy, We Have a Problem, Chris and Julia’s Sunday Night Takeaway.

His other TV arrangement appearance incorporates It Takes Two, Carols in the Domain, Australia’s Got Talent, SlideShow, Million Dollar Minute, Family Feud, Have You Been Paying Attention, Neighbors, and that’s just the beginning.

As an engine dashing driver, he drove Ford Falcon in Speed FX Racing during the V8 Supercar arrangement. He has dashed for groups like Dick Johnson Racing, Speed FX Racing, MW Motorsport, and Tenko Autosports. In the year 2004, Grant won the V8 Utes Summer Series and the 2016 Australian Endurance Championship.

Additionally, he won the Mike Kable V8 Supercar Rookie of the Year Award in 2005.

 

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