Marc Fennell Bio, Age, Height, wife, Kids, Net Worth, The Feed. 

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Marc Fennell Biography – Wikipedia

Marc Fennell is an Australian film critic, radio personality, author, and also a tv Presenter. As of now, he is a co-anchor on The Feed. 

Marc Fennell Age – Birthday

Fennell was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on 2 June 1985. He is 37 years old as of 2021.

Marc Fennell Height

He stands at a height of 5 feet  11 inches tall. 


75 kgs

Marc Fennell Family

Fennell was born to an Irish father and an Indian-Singaporean mother but has not disclosed their identities. However, his dad served as a photographer while his mother worked as a teacher.

Marc Fennell Wife

Fennell is cheerfully married to his beautiful wife Madeleine Genner. The duo resides in private and peaceful love life.

Marc Fennell Kids

Fennell is a proud father of two beautiful kids namely; Max and Sophie.

Marc Fennell Net Worth

Fennell has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million – $6 million dollars.

Marc Fennell Education

Fennell attended and graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney. But left after eight weeks to join an SBS youth show.

Marc Fennell Career

Fennell became a winner of the first AFI Young Film Critics Competition in 2002. Later he also became the film critic and reporter for Sydney radio station FBi Radio from 2003–2006. Fennell has also served for SBS’s The Movie Show in mid-2004. Additionally, he also covers cinema across the ABC Radio Network.

Including ABC Local Radio and the national youth broadcaster triple j. Fennell also presented a weekly film segment on triple j tv for its run on ABC1 and ABC2. He also presented the weekly movie segment on the Network Ten morning program.

The Circle from 2010 until it was axed in August 2012 besides that. Fennell served on Network Ten’s Breakfast program on weekly segments. Being an author he has written his first book called That Movie Book. Which was released by HarperCollins in December 2011. Fennell has also presented and reported on Hungry Beast, aired on ABC1.

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