Miriam Corowa Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth ABC News

Miriam Corowa
Miriam Corowa

Miriam Corowa Biography

Miriam Corowa works on ABC News 24’s Weekend Breakfast program since 2012 as a co-host. She began working here in 2000. Corowa schooled at both the Australian National University and the University of Sydney. she studied history, philosophy, and politics and graduated in 1998.

Miriam Corowa Age

Corowa was born on 7 February 1975 in Adelaide, Australia. She is 46 years old as of 2021.

Miriam Corowa Height

Corowa stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches/1.65m tall.

Miriam Corowa Education

Corowa schooled at both the Australian National University and the University of Sydney. She studied history, philosophy, and politics and graduated in 1998.

Miriam Corowa Family

Corowa’s mom worked for the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and land councils. While her dad worked at the State Theatre Company of South Australia, she also has an older sister, Tina. However, Corowa has not shared the names of her parents in the limelight.

Miriam Corowa Husband

Corowa has not shared information on marital status with the public. Hence, it’s not known whether she is dating, divorced, or married.

Miriam Corowa Children

Corowa is a private person, due to this she has not disclosed to the public details on whether she has kids or not.

Miriam Corowa Salary

Corowa annually receives a salary ranging between $ 10,000 – $70,000, according to ABC hosts salaries.

Miriam Corowa Net worth

Corowa has an estimated net worth of  $1 million.

Miriam Corowa Career

Corowa works on ABC News 24’s Weekend Breakfast program. Since 2012 as a co-host, she began working here in 2000. Her career commenced while she worked on SBS for Indigenous. Presently Affairs Magazine (the predecessor show to Living Black) as a production assistant.

Corowa schooled at both the Australian National University and the University of Sydney, she studied history, philosophy, and politics and graduated in 1998. Her mom worked for the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and land councils. While her dad worked at the State Theatre Company of South Australia, she also has an older sister, Tina.

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