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Amanda Drury CNBC Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Married, Husband

Amanda Drury is an Australian news anchor and journalist for CNBC, hosting finance and business programming from New York City. Drury was the co-host of the US version of Street Signs until its end on February 6, 2015 and has appeared on other various CNBC shows as an expert in finance and business.

Amanda Drury Biography

Amanda Drury is an Australian news anchor and journalist for CNBC, hosting finance and business programming from New York City. Drury was the co-host of the US version of Street Signs until its end on February 6, 2015 and has appeared on other various CNBC shows as an expert in finance and business.

Amanda Drury Age

Amanda Drury was born on Melbourne, Australia

Amanda Drury Height

She stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches.

Amanda Drury Net Worth

Amanda has earned a decent amount of net worth from her journalism career. While the exact amount of her net worth is still under review,  to other online sources, her net worth is believed to be more than $1 million.

Amanda Drury Husband

Amanda Drury is married to her boyfriend Tim Drury for a long time. Tim is an American Keyboardist, guitarist, and vocalist. The couple had dated for a long period before tying the knot.

Amanda Drury Education

Born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Drury went to Methodist Ladies’ College, Melbourne and graduated in 1990. She received a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, Japanese and French from the University of Melbourne and joined the Australian Film, Television and Radio School.

Amanda Drury Career

Drury began working in Japan in international relations. She started her broadcast career in radio before making the switch to TV working for Bloomberg in Tokyo from 1999 to 2000. Drury joined CNBC in January 2001 and spent eight years based at its Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore. In 2009, she was stationed in CNBC Sydney before being transferred to CNBC’s global headquarters in New Jersey in May 2010. Her first position at CNBC USA was as the co-anchor of “The Call”. She has appeared on other various CNBC shows and segments. In March 2011, she became the co-presenter of The Call (US version). Drury was a finalist in the 2007 and 2008 Asian Television Awards in the category of Best News Presenter. She left CNBC US after her final appearance as co-presenter of Power Lunch on January 15, 2016, to relocate back to Sydney, Australia. She rejoined CNBC Asia in July 2016.