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Jonathan Coleman (Jonathan Harry Coleman) was born on 29 February, 1956 in London, England, is a Television personality,radio announcer,writer,performer,voice actor. At 64 years old, Jonathan Coleman height not available right now. We will update Jonathan Coleman's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Jonathan Harry Coleman
Occupation Television personality,radio announcer,writer,performer,voice actor
Jonathan Coleman Age 66 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 29 February 1956
Birthday 29 February
Birthplace London, England
Nationality England

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Jonathan Coleman Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Jonathan Coleman worth at the age of 66 years old? Jonathan Coleman’s income source is mostly from being a successful Television personality. He is from England. We have estimated Jonathan Coleman's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Since returning to Australia, Coleman hosted the drive time radio slot 4–7pm across Australia on the "Classic Hits' network (part of Australian Radio Network) and regional stations from 2007 to 2011. The show was initially known as The Jonathan Coleman Experience", a show he hosted with "RocKwiz" presenter, Julia Zemiro. Then in 2009, he reunited with Rogerson and presented "The Jono & Dano Show" taking the show to the number 2 drive time slot on FM radio in Sydney and Melbourne.


In 2007, he filmed a cameo for long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, which he was one of the witnesses at Karl and Susan Kennedy's wedding.

On 2 August 2007, Coleman was suspended indefinitely from Sunrise for revealing the supposed end to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on air. He later said that he had not read the book and the Seven Network released a statement regarding his actions. Sunrise announced that their viewers would decide whether he would be fired. He kept his job with 70% of the vote.


In early 2005, despite his breakfast show contributing to Heart 106.2 becoming the most listened to commercial radio station in London, he was axed, moving to sister station LBC 97.3, where for a short time he took over the weekend mid-morning show from 10 am – 1 pm.

On 25 July 2005 Coleman took over the 3–5pm Afternoon show on BBC London 94.9 and from 17 October 2005, he took over the breakfast show from Danny Baker, co-presenting with JoAnne Good. In late 2006, he had left BBC London and the UK to be near his 81-year-old mother Sylvia, in Sydney, Australia.


Jonathan Coleman was also the voice of the award-winning Australian 70s and 80s music radio program "My Generation" from 2004 to 2010, heard on the Australian Radio Network stations Gold 104 (Melbourne), WS-FM (Sydney), 4KQ (Brisbane), Mix 102.3 FM (Adelaide), Mix 106.3 FM (Canberra), and more than 100 other radio stations throughout Australia.


Coleman was fired from Virgin Radio in early 1998 and moved to London's Heart 106.2, presenting the breakfast show. He co-hosted the show with Harriet Scott from mid-2002.


In 1996, Coleman appeared in an episode of the ITV sitcom Is It Legal? as a DJ on the fictional station Hounslow FM.


In 1992, Coleman worked as an announcer and sidekick on the Lifetime game show Born Lucky hosted by former one-time Wheel of Fortune host and Entertainment Tonight reporter Bob Goen.


Coleman's UK radio career began at BBC GLR in 1990, before moving to Virgin Radio in May 1993, presenting the Sunday – Thursday evening show from 7–10pm. In July 1993, he co-presented the breakfast show alongside Russ Williams, where he remained until October 1997, moving to the drivetime show upon Chris Evans' arrival at the station.

Coleman was born in Hackney in London. Coleman lived in North London from 1990 until his return to Australia in 2006. He now resides in Sydney, and is married with two children.


For the second season of Saturday Morning Live in 1989 the producers decided to expand on the comedy aspect and introduced a cast of comedic performers to work alongside Coleman and Rogerson. The new format was not successful and in mid-1989 the comedy component was dropped and the emphasis on music (in particular live performances) was re-established. To appeal to a younger demographic two young actors from the Seven Network teen drama Home and Away were recruited onto the show. Emily Symons and Mat Stevenson co-hosted the new Saturday Morning Live as well as presenting occasional location reports.

Just as the programme was re-establishing its audience and the ratings were improving the Seven Network suddenly axed Saturday Morning Live in December 1989. This would be the last time Jono & Dano worked together as a double act on television.


In 1988 he had a part in the Australian movie Young Einstein.

In 1988 Jono and Dano began hosting a new music television programme on The Seven Network. Saturday Morning Live was broadcast from Sydney, nationally from 9 am to 12:30 pm every Saturday morning. The programme was a mixture of music videos, live performances, interviews with musicians and performers, location items and comedy performances (usually in character by Jono & Dano). The show was immediately popular and soon became the most watched music programme on Australian television.


In 1984 Jonathan Coleman and Ian 'Dano' Rogerson moved to radio station Triple M where they took the show to the number 1 position. That same year, Coleman released an album titled Jonathan Coleman's Polka Project. A single from that release, "Busy Bleeding", under the pseudonym Wide Boy Youth, peaked at 53 on the ARIA Charts (at the time, compiled using the Kent Music Report).


In 1983 Coleman starred in the Australian movie Midnite Spares alongside well known Australian actors Max Cullen and Gia Carides.


Coleman's broadcasting career started in the late 1970s in Australia when he was chosen a member of the reporting team for the popular afternoon children's TV magazine show Simon Townsend's Wonder World, created and hosted by journalist Simon Townsend.


Jonathan Harry Coleman OAM (born 29 February 1956) is an Australian television presenter, radio announcer, writer, performer of comedy and advertorial spokesperson, he started his media career in Australia in the late 1970s, but has also worked in his native United Kingdom.