What Is Jesse Mulligan Age? Broadcaster Jesse age remains unknown. Find out about his wife and other details in this article.
Jesse is a television and radio broadcaster from New Zealand who currently works as a co-host for The Project on Three.
He is also an afternoon presenter on RNZ National and a writer for the viva magazine The New Zealand Heralds.
As involved in many projects, he is a food critic who loves to review different cuisines and restaurants in the country.
Jesse Mulligan Age: How Old Is He?
Jesse Mulligan’s age remains unknown.
Though he hasn’t disclosed his actual age publicly, we assume he is currently enjoying his early 40s.
He was born and brought up in New Zealand; he holds the nationality of New Zealand.
His ethnicity, birthday, actual birthplace, and zodiac sign remain unknown.
Jesse Mulligan Wife And Family
Jesse is a married man and his wife is Victoria Dawson-Wheeler.
Victoria is a psychologist.
This duo has exchanged their wedding vows in 2014, 14th March, at a Grey Lynn House.
Jesse and Victoria have been blessed with four children, two sons, and two daughters, making for a simple and happy family.
Jesse has managed his career, his work life, and his personal life very efficiently. Victoria is an all-time public consultant and a full-time mother to her children.
Jesse is the son of Nick Mulligan. At the 1975 general election, Nick was the Values Party candidate in Hamilton East.
Other than that, there is no information provided about his mother and father. We are also unknown if he has a brother, siblings or not.
Jesse Mulligan Salary & Net Worth
Jesse Mulligan hasn’t revealed his salary and net worth publicly.
However, looking at his career, his net worth can be estimated to be in the millions.
Is He On Wikipedia?
Jesse Mulligan has got a page on Wikipedia.
He has begun his journalism career as a writer and then regular panelist on Three’s comedy gameshow 7 Days.
Jesse is now the host of different TV shows; he hosted the new current affairs show ‘Seven Sharp’ on TVNZ 1 from 2013-2017 and hosted a comedy show, Best Bits, from 2014 to 2015.
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