Maude Garrett

Maude Garrett is an Astra Award-winning Australian radio and television host, magazine writer, and YouTuber. She is also known for co-creating the Nickelodeon Australia evening show Sarvo and the unscripted TV drama Camp Orange. She is also a Whut Clothing organizer.

Early Life of Maude Garrett

Maude Elizabeth Garrett was born on March 6, 1986, in Darwin, Australia. She is now 33 years old as of 2019. Her nationality is Australian. Her ethnicity is unknown. Her astrological sign is Pisces. She has not revealed any information about her parents, siblings, or childhood. Peter Garrett’s niece. Peter is a Cabinet clergyman and former Midnight Oil frontman turned government official. When it comes to her educational background, she graduated from Somerville House in South Brisbane.

Who is Maude Garrett Dating Currently?

Maude Garrett is not married. However, she is currently in a relationship with Sam Bashor. Sam is an author, host, and the founder of Geekbomb. Maude and Sam’s relationship was formalized in 2016. The couple goes on movie and dinner dates on a regular basis and tweets the details on their social media account.

Estimated Net Worth of Maude Garrett

As a result, Maude has a net worth of $400k USD in 2019. She receives a standard salary of AU of $80K as a TV moderator.

Maude Garrett Awards and Nominations

Maude won the ASTRA Awards in 2007 for Most Outstanding Children’s Program and Most Outstanding Event. In addition, she was nominated for Favorite Female Personality in the 2009 ASTRA Awards.

Body Measurement of Maude Garrett

Maude is 5’11” tall. She weighs 55 kg. She has blue eyes. Her hair is blonde.

Professional Career of Maude Garrett

Maude began her career with Nickelodeon Australia in 2006. At the same time, she served as the Celebrity Burp Judge for the Nickelodeon Australian Kids’ Choice Awards. In 2007 and 2008, she co-facilitated the Awards’ Orange Carpet opening.

After that, in 2009, she hosted the Southern Star TV show The Pursuit on the Nine Network, and she later appeared on an exceptional science fiction-themed version called Talkin’ ‘Session Your Generation.

Later in 2010, the writer began broadcasting the most recent big-name gossip on The Dirt on 2Day FM, after which she began co-facilitating The Hot30 Countdown. Later that year, she co-facilitated the arrangement Save Point and later appeared on the show Can of Worms. She became the host of The Hot Hits Live from LA in 2013, and she announced the show’s end in 2015.