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Gavin O'Reilly was born on 17 December, 1966 in Dublin, Ireland, is an Irish businessman (born 1966). At 54 years old, Gavin O'Reilly height not available right now. We will update Gavin O'Reilly's height soon as possible.
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|Gavin O'Reilly Age
|56 years old
|17 December 1966
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Who Is Gavin O'Reilly's Wife?
His wife is Alison Doody (m. 1994–2006)
|Alison Doody (m. 1994–2006)
|Alanna O'Reilly, Lauren O'Reilly
Gavin O'Reilly Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Gavin O'Reilly worth at the age of 56 years old? Gavin O'Reilly’s income source is mostly from being a successful Business executive. He is from Ireland. We have estimated Gavin O'Reilly's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022
|$1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2013, O’Reilly was appointed Group CEO of the-then-London headquartered The Agency Group Limited (now renamed UTA Music). As the largest independent music agency TAG represented a global roster of over 2,500 artists, the roster includes Deep Purple, Guns N' Roses, Dolly Parton, Ringo Starr, Motörhead, Paramore, Jungle, Nickelback, Stromae, The Kills, Natalia Jiminez, Alice Cooper, Moby, Rush and others. In August 2015, O’Reilly spearheaded the sale of The Agency Group to United Talent Agency, LLC.
He is a founding member of United Europe, a non-profit association set up in 2013 by prominent European business people, politicians and analysis. It was initiated by Wolfgang Schüssel, the former Austrian chancellor who as president now heads the organisation, and Jürgen Grossman, a German entrepreneur, who serves as treasurer.
O'Reilly married Danish-national Christina Grimm in December 2012 in London, with whom he has two children. They live in Los Angeles.
In Seoul, South Korean in 2005, he was elected President of the World Association of Newspapers (WAN). O’Reilly orchestrated the merger of WAN with IFRA in 2009 to form the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers - the representation body for the global newspaper and news industry. He was elected as the first President of the merged association and held the office until 30 June 2011. As the longest-serving President he now serves as an Honorary Member of the Executive Committee.
Following his father's retirement in 2009, O'Reilly was promoted to Group CEO of INM. In April 2012, he stepped down as chief executive of Independent News & Media, ending 39 years of direct control by his family of Ireland's largest media group.
He is the former CEO of The Agency Group Limited, and prior to that he was group CEO of London Stock Exchange-listed Independent News and Media PLC, the then largest press group in Ireland and South Africa and one of the largest media groups (in press, radio and outdoor advertising) in Australia and New Zealand (through its then investment in APN News & Media) and leading media investments in India and Indonesia, with almost 200 titles and a readership of over 100 million. He is also the former president of the World Association of Newspapers (2005–2011), and a director of the Ireland Funds.
O'Reilly previously married model and actress Alison Doody on 25 June 1994, at the then family residence, Castlemartin. They then made their home at Bartra House, a 10,000 sq ft (930 m) Dalkey, the marriage produced two daughters. They divorced in 2006.
In 1993, O'Reilly joined the London- and Dublin-listed multinational media company, Independent News and Media plc (INM), by then already the largest media group in Ireland, and led its "yellow page" division, the Independent Directory. In 1999, after working in several divisions, he was appointed CEO of the Irish operations of INM and oversaw the move of the company's production and logistic operations to Citywest Business Park in 2000. He became Group COO of INM in December 2001 and was appointed to its board of directors in 2004. He served as Chairman of ASX-listed APN News & Media, a leading media and entertainment company with diverse assets in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, from 2008 - 2012, a company in which INM held a controlling stake. In 2005, he led INM's strategic foray into India with the investment into Jagran Prakashan Limited (JPL), one of India's leading media conglomerates controlled by the Gupta family. O'Reilly served on the board of JPL from 2006-2014.
After taking his Irish Leaving Certificate exam in 1985, and graduating, he worked at London advertising agency Doyle Dane Bernbach (now part of DDB Worldwide), for two years. He then attended Georgetown University School of Business in Washington DC, but interrupted his studies to work as a stockbroker in First Pacific Securities in Hong Kong and London, before finishing his degree at Georgetown with honours.
Gavin Karl O'Reilly (born 17 December 1966) is a Dublin-born businessman with Irish and Australian citizenship. A triplet, he is the second son and fourth child of former Irish media magnate and famed industrialist Sir Anthony O'Reilly (Sir Tony O'Reilly) and Australian Susan (nee Cameron) O'Reilly.
O'Reilly was born, the eldest of triplets, and fourth of six children, in 1966, in Dublin, Ireland and brought up in London, then in Fox Chapel, Pittsburgh, USA (1971 - 1980), when his father (Sir) Tony O'Reilly was Chairman and CEO of H.J. Heinz Inc,, and then in Dublin. He attended Harrow School in London in 1981 and completed his high school studies at Clongowes Wood, Ireland's oldest Catholic school, run by the Jesuits, in a historic house near one of the then main family homes, Castlemartin in Kildare, Ireland (which was bought by billionaire John Malone of Liberty Media in December 2014).