Biography of Jaynie Seal
Jaynie Seal is an Australian television personality. Seal is currently a weathercaster on Sky News Weather Channel, a news presenter on the Saturday and Sunday editions of Sky News Live and an advertising presenter on Today Extra.
How old is Jaynie Seal? – Age
She is 49 years old as of May 18, 2022. She was born in 1973 in Sydney, Australia.
Jaynie Seal Husband – Children
Seal is a Sydney-based mother of two boys. She also had a long-term relationship with television and radio host Ed Phillips, which ended in 2012.
Net worth of Jaynie Seal
She has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Jaynie joint height
She measures 1m68.
Jaynie Seal Sky News
She returned to Sky News Weather Channel as a weather broadcaster at the end of 2012, while simultaneously working with the Nine Network as an advertising presenter on Today Extra. Seal began working as a news presenter on Sky News Live’s weekend weekend shows Saturday Edition and Sunday Edition in 2016. Seal was announced as the first presenter of the breakfast news program Headline News in September 2018, coinciding with the premiere of Sky News on WIN.
Jaynie Seal Today
Seal appeared on Today Extra as an advertising anchor. Today is an Australian breakfast television news and current affairs program with an infotainment component, hosted by Karl Stefanovic and Sarah Abo and featuring news and weather updates. It airs on Nine Network during the week. Weekend Today is a weekend edition of the show.
Today airs weekdays after Nine News: Early Edition and runs from 5:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., followed by Today Extra, an extended light entertainment program hosted by David Campbell and Sylvia Jeffreys. The show airs from Nine Network TCN studios in North Sydney, a neighborhood on the north coast of New South Wales. Although not affiliated with the long-running US program, the program uses a similar infotainment format and title.
Jaynie Seal Career
Seal was on the Weather Channel’s first team when it debuted in 1999, and she discovered a love for weather and live broadcasting. Seal joined the Nine Network in 2004 as a weather presenter for National Nine News in Sydney, as well as Nine Morning News and Nine Afternoon News; she held this position for 7 years.