Del Irani Biography
Del Irani works on NHK World-Japan as the anchor of Deeper Look from New York. And also she works at the Australian ABC lifestyle show Escape From The City as a host. Irani worked on the ABC News morning show News Breakfast in Australia as a business and finance anchor before.
Del Irani Age
Irani was born on 4 September 1983 in Mumbai, India. She is 38 years old as of 2021.
Del Irani Height
Irani has not disclosed her exact height to the limelight.
Del Irani Education
Irani studied at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), earned herself a Bachelor of Commerce. And a Bachelor of Science in Psychology double degree, and did a close-up on a study. Abroad scholarship completing her finishing year at the University of California, Berkeley.
Del Irani Family
Irani has not shared much information about her parents and siblings with the public eye.
Del Irani Husband
Irani is quite a reserved person hence, she has not disclosed much about her love life as she enjoys keeping her personal life all private.
Del Irani Salary
Irani annually earns a salary of $35, 778, according to ABC hosts salaries.
Del Irani Net Worth
Irani has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Del Irani Career
Irani works on NHK World-Japan as the anchor of Deeper Look from New York. And also works at the Australian ABC lifestyle show Escape From The City as a host. Prior to that, she worked on the ABC News morning show News Breakfast in Australia as a business and finance anchor.
Irani commenced her career working on Channel News Asia, Fox News, and CBS as a field producer. She worked with Thomson Reuters as a business journalist intern. Irani also worked in India, Times Now for the 24-hour English news channel in 2006.
Then she worked for the nightly international news broadcast, Reuters World Report as a host in 2008. Then Irani worked as a Mumbai correspondent for BBC World News. And was promoted to be an anchor of India Business Report. She moved to ABC in Australia and worked as a reporter in May 2012. She got put together with Michael Rowland and Virginia Trioli to the ABC News Breakfast team in 2015, as a business and finance presenter.