Dave Hughes

Dave Hughes

Dave Hughes (David William Hughes) has entered the world at the place of Warrnambool, Australia on 26 November 1970. However, by profession, he is an comedian. Find Coz Greenop’s net worth  Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family, and professional refreshes. Figure out how rich would he say in this year and how he uses all of his net worth? Additionally, figure out how he procured the majority of his net worth at 51 years old?

Popular As David William Hughes
Occupation Comedian, television and radio presenter
Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 26 November 1970
Birthday 26 November
Birthplace Warrnambool, Australia
Nationality Australian

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Height 5′ 10″
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Who Is Dave Hughes’s Wife?

His wife is Holly Hughes (m. 2006).

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Wife Holly Hughes (m. 2006)
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Children Sadie May Hughes, Tess Clementine Hughes, Rafferty David Hughes

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In 2019, it was announced that Hughes will be one of the guessers on The Masked Singer Australia.
In October 2017, it was announced that Hughes would be returning to Network Ten to host a new panel show, Hughesy, We Have a Problem.
On 28 October 2015, it was confirmed Hughes will be the new host of Australia’s Got Talent in 2016.
Hughes will begin a year-long round of stand-up engagements around Australia, in Adelaide in February 2014, where he and his family will be based for five weeks before moving onto other venues.
In October 2014, Hughes guest-starred in an episode of ABC-TV’s Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery, in which Zemiro accompanied Hughes back to his home-town of Warrnambool to reminisce about his childhood and to explore what influenced him to embark on a career in comedy.
In December 2013, Hughes resigned from his full-time position on The Project to return to stand-up comedy. Hughes will, however, appear once a week on the show from wherever he is around the country.
Hughes is quoted as saying, “It’s definitely a tough decision, as we have had so many unbelievable moments on the desk. You meet some of the biggest stars in the world and chat with them and have some wonderful times”.
Hughes later said in an interview in 2016 that he left The Project stating: “The news cycle rarely changes. Nothing changes in so long. To sit there and talk about the same things every night, it was too much.”
Hughes has also appeared in Ed Kavalee’s comedy films Scumbus, which aired on Ch-10 in 2012 and the yet-to-screen Border Protection Squad.
On 20 July 2009, Hughes began co-hosting the half-hour Channel 10 show The 7PM Project, which later expanded to become the hour-long The Project. His regular co-hosts were Charlie Pickering, and Carrie Bickmore. In June 2011, Hughes was one of the few people to be granted a one-on-one interview with the Dalai Lama during his visit to Australia.
Hughes worked on the Australian television show Rove in 2007, with a weekly “Hughesy Loses It” segment. In 2008–09, the segment evolved into a recurring segment known as “Help me Hughesy,” where he would rant about a given topic.
In 2007 Hughes won an ARIA Award for Best Comedy Release for the DVD, Dave Hughes, Live (Liberation Music).
During the 2007 Logie Awards, which he co-hosted with Adam Hills and Fifi Box, Hughes referred to radio shock-jock Kyle Sandilands as a “massive dickhead” to applause and laughter from the audience. Later that year, when interviewed on Enough Rope with Andrew Denton, Sandilands said of Hughes, “I hate him – the next time I see him I’m going to punch him in the throat.” Hughes retorted by releasing an official apology, which said in part that Hughes was “sincerely and deeply sorry that Kyle Sandilands is a massive dickhead” and that “massive dickheads have the same rights as normal people.”
Hughes co-hosted the ABC comedy talk show The Glass House along with Wil Anderson and Corinne Grant. However, it was axed in 2006 amid political controversy.
He married Holly Ife, a reporter with the Herald Sun, on 31 December 2006. They have three children together.
In 2005, Hughes appeared in a series of television commercials for the Australian car manufacturer Holden.
In December 2001, Hughes joined comedians Kate Langbroek and Dave O’Neil to co-host a weekday breakfast program Hughesy, Kate & Dave from 6am to 9am on Melbourne’s Nova 100. In the past, he has worked for the Triple M network of Australian active rock radio stations. Dave O’Neil later left the station to join Vega 91.5.
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