On March 4, 1959, Rick Ardon was born in Perth, Western Australia. Ardon has been a television news presenter in Australia since 1985 and co-presented with Susannah Carr on Seven News. They are officially awarded as the world’s longest-serving TV news anchor duo.
As of 2023, Rick Ardon's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Famous Name||Rick Ardon|
|Source(s) of Fame||Host|
|Date of Birth||March 4, 1959|
|Place of Birth||Perth, Western Australia|
|Relationships||Married, Erin Ardon,|
Ardon was born in Perth, Western Australia, and got his early education from the Sacred Heart Primary School, Highgate, in 1965. Then he went to Christian Brothers High School, Highgate, in 1969. He spent his early and young age in Australia working as a TV presenter.
Ardon started his career in journalism at the State’s daily paper, The West Australian. Rick became a news journalist at television station TVW-7 in 1978. In 1985, he was promoted to a regular weeknight news presenter with time.
Rick Ardon and Susannah Carr started working at the highest-rating television news service in Australia, “the 7NEWS,” on January 24, 1985. Both took the Seven Nightly News to the top of the ratings in Perth; the Channel is still enjoying the top ratings. This duo of Ardon and Susannah has delivered more than 8,000 nightly news programs throughout their careers, completing their 37 years of delivering the nightly news to Western Australia.
Susannah and Rick broke the record for the longest-serving television news anchor duo and are still working together and are enthusiastic about working as long as possible Seven Perth Channel confirmed the record of the most extended years of live broadcasting in January 2022, 36 years 361 days. And on January 24, the Channel made the record 37 years of live broadcasting.
Ardon covered many highlighted stories, including the Gulf War of 1990–91, the Bali Bombings of 2005, and the Amrozi bin Nurhasyim trial. He did some overseas news coverage, including the Monaco Grand Prix and the Cannes Film Festival.
During the Sydney Olympics of 2000, Ardon was the live news reporter and presenter from the Olympic Stadium, reporting for Western Australians.
When asked about his life journey and success, Rick answered that the key to his success is his hard work as a road reporter. He worked very hard to succeed and get a good position in reporting.
Rick has written and produced three documentaries for the Seven News station, other than news-presenting.
Ardon was rewarded with 10 Logie Awards as Western Australia’s Most Popular TV Personality for his screen work.
In 1997, he was awarded Cadet Journalist of the Year.
Rick Ardon spent his whole life devoted to the Seven News Channel, earned an excellent reputation there, and is still passionate to spend his remaining healthy life working there.
Rick Ardon married Erin Ardon, and the couple was blessed to have three children; the name of one of his children is Montana Ardon.
Rick and his wife, Erin Ardon, started a small company in 2002 and operated bed and breakfast. Erin was appreciated by the City of Stirling for the operation of the bed and breakfast. The small company ‘bed and breakfast’ closed in 2014.
Rick Ardon is active on social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook but does not have a massive fan following. As he is a television presenter, the people who watch Television appreciate him the most.
Rick Ardon was born in Perth, Australia, on March 4, 1959; he started his career as a menial reporter on different channels, then joined The Seven News Channels and spent his whole life working the Channel. Rick is a famous News Reporter and Television Represented in Australia. Rick co-presented with Susannah Carr for 37 years, and they are still working together.
Rick married Erin Ardon and has three children, living a happy and peaceful life. Rick’s net worth for the year 2021 is $3Million.
Rick Ardon has sometimes been associated with other Hosts such as Gary Chapman, Mark Pontius, Roni Benise, George Tutuska, John L. Nelson, Ronnie Claire Edwards, Han Ji-wan, Irene Ryan, and Aaron O’Connell.