Andrew Patrick O’Keefe AM is an Australian television presenter and former lawyer know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Salary
Andrew O’Keefe Biography
|Real Name||Andrew O’Keefe|
|Date of Birth ( Birthday )||1 October 1971|
|Age ( As per 2022 )||50 years|
|Place of Birth||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Spouse / Partner||Eleanor O’Keefe|
|Education||University of Sydney|
|Profession||Australian television presenter|
Andrew Patrick O’Keefe AM is an Australian television presenter and former lawyer. He is best known for being the host of the game shows Deal or No Deal and The Chase Australia. He was also the co-host of Weekend Sunrise from 2005 to 2017.
Andrew O’Keefe Family and Parents
Andrew was Born on 1 October 1971 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.O’Keefe is one of five children.His father was Barry O’Keefe, a judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. He is a nephew of the Australian rock and roll singer Johnny O’Keefe.He attended Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview, and then studied arts and law at the University of Sydney.
Andrew O’Keefe Wife
Andrew O’Keefe was married with wife Eleanor O’Keefe.They have three children together his childrens name is not known yet.In 2017 the couple separated and in 2019 they divorced.
Andrew O’Keefe Net Worth
Andrew O’Keefe has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Millio in 2022.He makes a lot of money through his work, which he devotes a lot of time to and puts his true essence into.Andrew Patrick O’Keefe is an Australian television presenter and former lawyer.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$3 Millio|
|Income Source||Australian television presenter and former lawyer|
|Annual Income / Salary||Under Review|
Andrew O’Keefe Professional Career
O’Keefe first started his television career in 2003 in Channel Seven’s show Big Bite. Later the same year he began hosting Deal or No Deal.In 2005, O’Keefe co-hosted the tri-network tsunami appeal Reach Out for relief efforts around Asia. In the same year, he hosted the short-lived Dragons Den and co-hosted the 47th TV Week Logie Awards.
From 2005 to 2017, O’Keefe co-hosted Weekend Sunrise on Saturday and Sunday mornings with journalist Monique Wright.He also regularly substituted for David Koch on Sunrise. He presented the program for two weeks whilst Koch was on holidays during the summer period of 2013 alongside his former Weekend Sunrise co-host Samantha Armytage.
From 2007 to 2009, O’Keefe hosted the quiz show The Rich List.On 31 May 2013, O’Keefe commenced playing the role of King Herod in the Australian tour of the Jesus Christ Superstar arena show.However, on 14 June 2013, he was admitted to hospital with a neck injury requiring surgery and was forced to relinquish the role for the rest of the tour. O’Keefe believed the injury was aggravated during a performance of the show.
In 2015, O’Keefe began presenting Seven’s new game show, The Chase Australia, which replaced struggling game show Deal or No Deal which he hosted.In December 2017, O’Keefe announced his resignation as co-host of Weekend Sunrise after 12 years with the show.O’Keefe’s contract with the Seven Network expired at the end of 2020 and was replaced by Larry Emdur for The Chase Australia.
Andrew O’Keefe Controversy
In January 2021, O’Keefe was arrested and charged with domestic violence and common assault against his partner. An interim apprehended violence order (AVO) was placed on O’Keefe by NSW Police on behalf of his partner.In June 2021, O’Keefe had the charges dismissed as the community magistrate found that he was in a hypomanic bipolar state when the offending occurred.He was ordered to complete an intensive mental health treatment program.In September 2021 O’Keefe was arrested by police on fresh domestic violence related offences, including contravening an apprehended violence order and assault.