Alice Monfries Biography
Alice Monfries is an Australian News Journalist and News presenter currently working for the Nine Network in Sydney.
Alice Monfries Age
Monfries was born on 13 February 1987 in Australia.
Alice Monfries Net Worth
Monfries has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a news Journalist is her primary source of income.
Alice Monfries Height and Weight
Monfries stands tall on an average height of 5 Ft 6 inches and has a moderate body weight.
Alice Monfries Family
Monfries is a wife to Cameron Borgas and a Parent of one. She has not disclosed any information about her parents but she is blessed with two siblings Angus Monfries and Lachlan Monfries.
Alice Monfries Husband – Partner
Monfries is happily married to her husband Cameron Borgas. The couple is blessed with one son called Max born in August 2019.
Alice Monfries Nine Network
She started her career at the Messenger Newspapers, where she was recognized by the SA Press Club as the Best Up and Coming Journalist in 2010.
In 2011, she Joined the Sunday Mail, and in 2012 was named South Australian Young Journalist of the Year. Later in the same year, she moved to Network Ten Australia, where she worked as a reporter for Adelaide’s Ten Eyewitness News and filled in as Weather Presenter.
She also moved to the Nine Network as a reporter for Nine News Adelaide. She began presenting Nine Adelaide’s Afternoon News bulletin in 2016 and the same year was named Broadcaster of the Year by the SA Press Club. She also announced that as a co-presenter of the new afternoon bulletin Nine Live Adelaide and began filling in for Will McDonald on Nine Adelaide’s Weekend bulletin in 2017.
She has also reported from New York on the New York City truck attack after narrowly avoiding the terror attack while holidaying in the city back on October 31, 2017. She started reporting for Nine News Sydney and the Today Show and filling in as presenter on Nine News Early Edition, Nine’s Afternoon News, and Weekend Today in 2018.
Alice Monfries Education
She studied journalism at the University of South Australia.