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Sonia Kruger (Sonia Melissa Kruger) was born on 28 August, 1965 in Toowoomba, Australia, is an Australian television presenter and media personality. At 55 years old, Sonia Kruger height is 5 ft 8 in (173.0 cm).

Now We discover Sonia Kruger's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 55 years old?

Popular As Sonia Melissa Kruger
Occupation Television presenter,actress,media personality
Age 55 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 28 August 1965
Birthday 28 August
Birthplace Toowoomba, Australia
Nationality Australian

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Who Is Sonia Kruger's Husband?

Her husband is James Davies (m. 2002–2008)

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Sonia Kruger Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Sonia Kruger worth at the age of 55 years old? Sonia Kruger’s income source is mostly from being a successful Television Presenter. She is from Australian. We have estimated Sonia Kruger's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Television Presenter

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In February 2020, the Seven Network announced that Kruger will host a revival of Big Brother, but due to filming commitments will no longer be hosting the upcoming series Mega Mini Golf.


In November 2019, Kruger announced her resignation from the Nine Network, she hostedToday Extra for the last time on Friday 15 November. Seven Network CEO James Warburton confirmed her joining the network and announced that her roles will include hosting their upcoming reality show Mega Mini Golf, also will become a judge replacing Nicole Scherzinger on Australia’s Got Talent.


In August 2018, Kruger was announced as a presenter on the Nine Network's new travel series Helloworld, which aired on 7 October 2018. But she, Lauren Phillips, Denis Walter and Steven Jacobs was replaced by Giaan Rooney as a presenter now on the Seven Network from series 2.

A racial vilification complaint against Kruger was made to the Civil and Administrative Tribunal over her statement about Muslim immigration. Nine Network applied to have the complaint dismissed without a hearing, but this was refused. The complaint was made by Sam Ekermawi, who was described by the Daily Telegraph as a "serial offence-taker." . The tribunal heard that Ekermawi had been involved in thirty-two hearings before courts and tribunals. The matter would proceed for directions in June 2018.


In November 2017, Kruger was announced as a co-host of Vision Australia's Carols by Candlelight alongside David Campbell. She replaced Lisa Wilkinson who resigned from the Nine Network. Kruger was replaced by Allison Langdon after defecting to the Seven Network.


On 18 July 2016, during an appearance on the morning show Today, Kruger called for a complete ban on Muslims entering Australia, in agreement with an opinion piece by commentator Andrew Bolt. Kruger defended her comments saying "I believe it's vital in a democratic society to be able to discuss these issues without being labelled racist." The firebombing of a Perth radio station initially linked by media reports to the presenters disagreeing with Kruger's views was later determined by police to be coincidental and to have "nothing to do with the Islam discussion".


In November 2011 Kruger announced she was leaving both Dancing with the Stars and Seven Network to pursue other opportunities. Kruger then signed a development deal with the Nine Network in November 2011. Kruger was confirmed to host her own daytime talk show Mornings with singer/actor David Campbell. The series was designed to replace Kerri-Anne which ended that same month. This new series premiered on 6 February 2012(and continues into 2016 rebranded as Today Extra). Kruger was also announced to host Nine Network's reboot of the competition reality television series Big Brother Australia. Kruger replaces Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O who hosted the series on Network Ten in its eighth season, which was cancelled in 2008. Big Brother Australia 9 premiered on 13 August 2012 to 1.6 million viewers, the franchise's highest ratings since the series' third season. On 22 February 2015, it was announced that Kruger would be joining the fourth series of The Voice Australia as a co-host with Darren McMullen.


After the marriage ended in September 2008, she began seeing her current partner Craig McPherson, executive producer of Today Tonight. She and McPherson had been trying for a child for years, through both IVF and natural methods. She became pregnant several times, but all ended in miscarriages. In August 2014, she announced she was pregnant, having conceived via in-vitro fertilisation (IVF). In January 2015, Kruger gave birth to a daughter, Maggie.

In 2008, during an episode of Dancing with Stars, Kruger made a comment about a "sweat shop of illegal immigrants" working on her wardrobe for the Melbourne Cup carnival before referring to the show's musical director Chong Lim, the show's Malaysian-born musical director with the words "How's the family, Chong? All right?" Channel 7 later issued an apology for her statement.


In 2004 Kruger joined the Seven Network reality dance competition television series Dancing with the Stars, the Australian version of the UK BBC television series Strictly Come Dancing. She co-hosted the series with both Daryl Somers and Daniel MacPherson over the course of the eleven seasons in which she appeared. In September 2008 Kruger was confirmed to host the Seven Network makeover reality show 10 Years Younger in 10 Days. Despite high ratings for its series premiere, Seven Network did not renew the series for a second season.


Kruger was married for six years (2002-2008) to James Davies, a British-born banker.


She is best known for co-hosting the popular Australian version of Dancing with the Stars and for the role of Tina Sparkle in the 1992 film Strictly Ballroom, Sonia has also been a co-host of Today Extra and hosted The Voice Australia.

In 1992 Kruger came to prominence in her acting debut as "Tina Sparkle" in the AFI Award-Winning film Strictly Ballroom. She also served as a ballroom adviser for the film. This remains as Kruger's only acting role to date. Following Kruger's film debut she hosted the Children's Variety Show Wonder World on the Nine Network. Kruger has been an Entertainment Reporter for both Seven Network shows Today Tonight, Sunrise and 11AM. Kruger previously hosted the Morning Program on the Sydney-based radio station Mix 106.5 with Dancing with the Stars Judges Todd McKenney and Andy Grace.


Born in Toowoomba, Queensland, she attended Beenleigh State High School, completing Year 12 in 1982. Kruger has also completed an Arts Degree at the University of Technology, Sydney and taught dance at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney.


Sonia Melissa Kruger (born 28 August 1965) is an Australian television presenter and media personality, who has been a prominent figure in the media for over 20 years. Kruger is currently the host of Big Brother Australia and a judge on Australia's Got Talent.