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Erin Molan Biography, Wiki, Age, Husband (Sean Ogilvy), Child, 2018 Dally M Awards, Nine News Presenter, NRL Footy Show

Erin Molan on the Dally M red carpet

Erin Molan Biography

Erin Molan Bio

Erin Molan was born on 24th August 1983. She is an Australian television presenter and sports reporter.

Molan is Friday and Saturday sports presenter on Nine News Sydney and host of both The NRL Footy Show and The Sunday Footy Show.

Erin Molan Age She was born on 24 August 1983 (age 35) in Canberra, Australia
Erin Molan Husband Sean Ogilvy (2017– to date) – Domestic Partner
Erin Molan Child Eliza Emily Ogilvy
Erin Molan Occupation Television presenter
Years active 2008−present
Known for
  • The NRL Footy Show (2012–)
  • The Sunday Footy Show (2012–)
  • Nine News Sydney (2016–)
Erin Molan Parents
  • Jim Molan (father)
  • Anne Molan (mother)

Erin Molan Career

Molan started her career in media in a community television in Canberra. She then worked as a reporter and presenter for WIN and moved to Sydney in 2010 to work for the Nine Network.

In 2012, she joined The NRL Footy Show on a regular basis, appearing mainly on the “League of their Own” segment as well as being their roving reporter. In 2014, she became a permanent co-host of the program working alongside Paul Vautin, Darryl Brohman, Beau Ryan, and former test cricketer Michael Slater. Molan has also appeared on The Sunday Footy Show as a regular since 2012, mainly doing the “Around the Grounds” segment reporting.

In 2016, Molan was appointed the host of The NRL Rookie, which aired on 9Go!.

Molan is a regular fill-in sports presenter on Nine News and Today. From December 2016, she was made permanent Friday and Saturday sports presenter on Nine News Sydney replacing Yvonne Sampson who moved to Fox Sports.

She hosted Nine’s Wide World of Sports’ coverage of the 2017 Fast5 Netball World Series.

From 2018, she became the sole host of The NRL Footy Show as well as hosting The Sunday Footy Show. In August 2018, Molan and The Sunday Footy Show were forced to issue former NRL player Dave Taylor with an apology after fat shaming the player during a video segment.

Erin Molan on Former Parramatta player Semi Radradra Domestic Violence Charges

In May 2017, In the aftermath of domestic violence charges against former Parramatta player Semi Radradra being dropped, Molan was publicly slammed by a small number of fans and by sections of the media for supposedly painting Radradra as being guilty and not giving the player the presumption of innocence when the allegations came into the public limelight. Fans and fellow media personnel asked Molan to make a public apology to Radradra, but no apology was forthcoming; Molan had publicly stated that Radradra deserved the presumption of innocence, and rather than being specifically about his case, her comments were about what the NRL’s stance ought to be in the event of domestic violence being found proven against any player, regardless of caliber.

Erin Molan Personal life

Molan was born in Canberra and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia. She attended 16 schools growing up due to her father’s career in the Australian Army.

Molan parents are Major General Jim Molan (father), a former Australian Army officer who rose to prominence during the early reconstruction stages following the Iraq War and Anne Molan (mother)

In April 2017, Molan announced on The NRL Footy Show that she is engaged to partner Sean Ogilvy.

Erin Molan with her partner Sean Ogilvy 
Erin Molan with her partner Sean Ogilvy

In December 2017, Molan announced on Nine News Sydney that she was expecting her first child. On 6 June 2018, Molan gave birth to a baby girl, coincidentally on the same day as the opening match of the 2018 State of Origin series.


Erin Molan with her partner Sean Ogilvy and their child
Erin Molan with her partner Sean Ogilvy and their child

Erin Molan 2018 Dally M Awards

On 26th September 2018 in the night which honours the best and fairest players in NRL (2018 Dally M Awards). The event brought in all the women of the game on the Dally M red carpet, with plenty of fake tans, feathers, and bold colour. However, it was Erin Molan who stole the show in a stunning black dress which showed off her incredible figure just three months after giving birth.

Erin Molan 2018 Dally M Awards. Picture: Christian Gilles
Erin Molan 2018 Dally M Awards. Picture: Christian Gilles

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