Facts of Greg Bearup
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Greg Bearup is a journalist, author, and international election expert of Australia. He is a well-known journalist, and currently, he is a feature writer for “The Australian newspaper.” He also worked for the UN on the elections for Afghan refugees in Pakistan and Iraqis living in Syria.
Greg Bearup wife
Greg Bearup is happily married to his beloved wife, Lisa Upton. They have one son named Joe. Their married life is going smoothly, and they love each other very much. He and his wife Lisa survived while living together with their son in Pakistan and Afghanistan, which is mentioned in his book named “Adventures in Caravanastan.” He is very active in social media such as Twitter. He has shared several photos of his professional life as well as his personal life. He shared a photo with his beloved wife ridding in a rickshaw with the caption,
“Lisa and I off to a
Greg Bearup Net worth
Greg Bearup has managed to earn a considerable amount from his work. He has not disclosed his exact salary and net worth yet, but according to the source his estimated net worth was around $100k to 1M in 2019. He managed to earn a large amount of money from his hard work and dedication towards work. His net worth is growing significantly year by year. He is the writer at The Weekend Australian Magazine and podcaster. He has not revealed his properties, houses, car, and even about his lifestyles. Going through his twitter account, we can say that he loves nature. He is an animal lover and has a pet dog. He has visited so many places so far, such as Syria, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and many more.
Greg Bearup wiki
He was born on April 3, 1969, in Guyra, Australia. He began his career as a cadet at The Armidale Express, and that was in 1988. He was twice awarded for his writing in the Good Weekend Magazine in 2001. He became South Asia Correspondent and moved to India for one year in 2015 for “The Australian,” which is the country's most popular newspaper. He took leave from his job and lived in Pakistan and filed for various newspapers, including the Guardian in 2004.
His podcast is top-rated among people. He completed a podcast for The Australian in 2019 that investigated the life and times of fraudster Hamish McLaren. The name of the podcast series is Who the Hell is Hamish? The podcast went to number 1 in Australia and UK podcast chart soon after it’s released. He is doing a wonderful job as a host and reporter of this podcast series. You can enjoy that podcast from the Australian's official site.