Quick Facts of Tiffany Elizabeth Hall
|Birth Name||Tiffany Elizabeth Hall|
|Date Of Birth||11/07/1984|
|Birth Place||Melbourne, Victoria|
|Siblings||Bridgette Hall and Lleyton Hall|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Profession||Television Personality and Author|
|Height||5 feet 7 inch|
|Famous for||Gladiators, the morning show The Circle (2010), The Biggest Loser Australia: Families (2011) and The Biggest Loser Australia: Singles (2012).|
|Online Presence||Instagram and Twitter|
|Married to||Edward Kavalee (2014.m)|
|Education||Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School, University of Melbourne|
|Movies and TV Show||Gladiators, the morning show The Circle (2010), The Biggest Loser Australia: Families (2011) and The Biggest Loser Australia: Singles (2012)|
Tiffany Hall is an Australian author, journalist, and television personality. She is very popular for her television appearance on Gladiators, the morning shows The Circle, The Biggest Loser Australia: Families and The Biggest Loser Australia: Singles. She is also a Sixth Dan Black Belt of Korean martial art Taekwondo. Well, she is a married woman and currently lives with her husband and children.
Tiffiny Hall’s Biography
Tiffiny Hall was born as Tiffiny Elizabeth Hall on July 11, 1984, in Melbourne, Australia under the zodiac sign of Cancer. Her father’s name is Martin Hall and mother’s name is Jeanette Hall, they both own a Taekwondo center headquartered in Brunswick.
She is the oldest daughter in her family. Her two younger sisters names are Bridgette Hall and Lleyton Hall. Tiffiny spent her early life in the suburb of Essendon. She attended Lowther Hall Anglican Grammer School.
At her school, her English teacher was an Australian writer John Marsden. Later she enrolled in high school and graduated from there. Later she joined the University of Melbourne and got graduated from there in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts.
She majored in creative writing and print journalism. Tiffiny also has a Diploma in Modern language (France). Growing in a martial art environment, she started to gain interest in it form her early age.
She is currently sixth Dan Black Belt of the Korean martial art Taekwondo and also a qualified personal trainer with a Certified III & IV in fitness.
Tiffiny Hall’s Body Statisitics
- Age: As of 2019, she is the age of 34 years
- Height: She stands the height of 5 feet 7 inch or 1.70 m
- Hair Color: She has got blonde hair which matches her perfectly
- Eye Color: She has got a light brown eye color which defines her personality of independent and Determined
Tiffiny Hall’s Relationship History
Tifiny who is the age of 34 is a married woman. She got married to an Australian comedian, actor, radio and television host Edward Robert Kavalee. They tied the knot in 2014.
Later in 2017, they gave birth to their first child and the married couple became parents for the first time. However, she has not revealed her first child’s name yet.
Talking about their first meeting, well, it is kind of interesting. Before they meet each other, Edward’s housemate predicted that he’d marry Tiffany someday. However, his housemate’s prediction came to be true and now they are a married couple.
They first met each other when Edward interviewed her on his television show. After they met each other, they started dating just in the months. Looking at her past affairs she does not have any records of dating anyone except Edward.
Tiffiny Hall’s Net Worth & Career
Tiffiny has a net worth of around $500 thousand. As a successful author and television personality, she must have a collected decent amount of money. According to the source, the average salary of a television personality is around AU$48,417 per year. They earn around AU$ of 28.31 per hour.
After she graduated from University she began writing for the Herald Sun and freelancing for various magazines. However, in 2008, she joined the cast of the Australian TV revival of Gladiators where her gladiator name was Angel.
In 2010, she joined a morning television show The Circle. She worked there as a regular health and fitness presenter and weight loss coach to host Chrissie Swan.
Later, she again changed her job and joined The Biggest Loser: Families in 2011. She worked as the full-time cast of trainers in the sixth season of the show.
Besides her work television personality, she has also landed her career as a writer. Her debut book was in 1992 Black Warrior. Later in 2011, she released her second non-fiction book Weightloss Warrior: How to win the battle within.
Some of the books she has published are, Fatloss For Good and Lighten Up. She has also released the children’s novel White Ninja, Roxy Ran, Red Samurai, and Black Warrior.