Matt Preston Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Biography

Matt Preston is a renowned English Australian food journalist, author, and television host and restaurant critics. He has been part of a number of television programs and newspaper articles in weekly food column called ‘Taste’. He has written different journals in thenewspaper like Herald sun, The Courier-Mail, and The Daily Telegraph. He is senior editor of the magazine named ‘Delicious’ and has published three cookbooks which were one of the best-selling books of that time.

Matt PrestonBorn: 2 November 1963 (53 Years Old)

Height: 1.92 Meter

Marital Status: Married (Emma Preston)

Net Worth:5 Million Dollars

Income Sources: He became very famous after being Judge in the Tenth Series of Australian MasterChef which contributed a lot to earn a handsome income. His major source of income is from his journalism and television shows. He has written and published various books on cooking which is also one of the sources of his income. So he has multiple sources of income.

Personal Background: Matt Preston was born in London, United Kingdom. He was born to a Roman Catholic family and he is theson of a well-respected British Naval Journalist Antony Preston. He was educated in a boarding school from the age of 12 in Sussex. He obtained his graduation degree from the University of Kent. His academic subject of interest in which he did graduation was BA Hons in Politics and Government. Being very interested in music he also became DJ and Nasty Musician. After that, he got married to Emma Preston in 1999 and he is the father of three children. He is a huge fan of Soccer and supporter of Chelsea Football Club and Melbourne Victory.

Career Graph: After completion of his graduation, he relocated to Australia as he was selected in City Limits and IPC magazines and he worked for IPC Magazines as the Australian TV correspondent writing and few articles for TVTimes. Then after he started writing a number of trade publications retained by IPC’s parental company. In 1996, he started writing for new Melbourne Magazine. After that, he started to work as a full-time food correspondent for various publications. Some of them are The Counter Mail, The Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun. Apart from these he wrote for MasterChef Magazines, Australian Good Taste as Beverages and Drink Reviewer. A number of Radio Programs were done by him. Later he became ajudge in Tenth Series of Australian MasterChef. He has highly enhanced in his journalism career being a part of various famous magazines and newspaper like ‘The Guardian Newspaper’, ‘Time Out (London)’, ‘Adelaide Advertiser’. He is also a columnist and senior editor at ‘ magazine’ and ‘delicious magazine’.

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