Andrew Ettingshausen Wiki, Wife, Age, Net Worth, Australian Survivor 2019

Last Modified On: 2nd July, 2019

A former Australian Rugby Player, Andrew Ettingshausen is in the news for his participation in the reality TV Show, Australian Survivor in 2019. Previously, he hosted his TV Show, Escape with ET on Nine Network and Saltwater Heroes. Also, Andrew won the Best Sports Presenter Award from Asian Television Award in 2014.

Stay with us to know Andrew Ettingshausen’s net worth, family, wiki, bio and so on to prepare yourself for the 2019 Australian Survivor.

Celeb Facts

Birth Name Andrew Ettingshausen
Birthday 29th October 1965
Age 53
Birthplace Sutherland, New South Wales, Australia
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Nationality Australian
Ethnicity White
Height 5 feet 10 inches
Profession Former Rugby Player and TV Personality
Parents N/A
Married/Wife Yes/  Monique Ettingshausen
Children Tiarne, Matiese, Shalea, and Sienna.
Siblings N/A
Net Worth Under Review

Andrew Ettingshausen: Married life and Family

Andrew has been married for about three decades to a lovely woman named Monique Ettingshausen. They got married in 1988 in a secret ceremony and lived a happy life with their four daughters, Tiarne, Matiese, Shalea, and Sienna.

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Andrew’s marriage was not always a happy place as he admitted to having an affair with a friend’s wife in 2012. However, he was able to keep his marriage in place and looked understandably happy during their daughter Tiarne’s wedding with Daniel Bova in May 2018.

As per The Saturday Telegraph, Andrew had a bet with his family about him being emotional and crying during the ceremony. The wedding took place in Positano in Italy and surrounded by 90 guests for a three-day wedding.

Andrew Ettingshausen: Career and Net Worth

Andrew is a former Australian Rugby player who played for the Australian club, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. He remained with the same club his whole career playing for a record 328 games at a single club. The record stood for ten years until Daren Lockyer broke the record in 2010.

Andrew began his career at Cronulla in 1983 and made his debut against Newton Jets in the round 5 of the 1983 season. In the 1985 season, his game improved as a fullback and cemented his place at the club scoring a total of ten tries in the season. In 1994, Andrew became the captain of the club and showed his best capabilities scoring 18 tries in 18 games. Also, Andrew took the Cronulla’s to the Super League Grand Final in 1997 but lost to Brisbane Broncos.

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Andrew Ettingshausen
Andrew Ettingshausen in his young days.        Photo Credit: Andrew Ettingshausen

In 1987, Andrew represented New South Wales in the State of Origin Series and played a total of 27 games. Also, he debuted for his country, Australia in 1988 and ended up playing 29 test matches with the Kangaroos. However, Andrew missed the chance to play in the Rugby League World Cup Final due to an injury.

After retiring from professional Rugby, Andrew turned his attention towards his media career and hosted his show, Escape with ET on Nine Network. The show is all about fishing and water sports like wakeboarding and white water rafting. In 2014, he won the Best Sports Presenter Award from Asian TV Award.

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In 2015, Andrew hosted the Discovery Channel series, Saltwater Heroes for four episodes. As per sources, he will be in the reality TV show, Australian Survivor 2019 participating alongside sport colleagues like Susie Maroney and Ross Clarke-Jones.

With all these works, Andrew should be in the right place financially but went nearly broke in 2012 and sold his $4 million mansions. As for Andrew’s net worth, there are no details available.

Andrew Ettingshausen: Wiki-bio

Andrew was born in Sutherland, New South Wales, Australia, in the year 1965, which makes his age 53. He celebrates his birthday every year on 29th October, and his birth sign is Scorpio. As for the details about his family, there are no details available.
At the age of six, Andrew played rugby for a local club and subsequently signed to Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Junior team.

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