Bill Woods

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Bill Woods (William Woods) was born on 12 May, 1962 in Moruya, Australia, is a JournalistRadio host and broadcaster television host and broadcasterAuthor. Discover Bill Woods’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

Popular AsWilliam Woods
OccupationJournalistRadio host and broadcaster television host and broadcasterAuthor
Age58 years old
Zodiac SignTaurus
Born12 May 1962
Birthday12 May
BirthplaceMoruya, Australia

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Bill Woods Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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In January 2009, Woods replaced Ron Wilson as presenter of Ten News at Five in Sydney. Woods’ time presenting Ten News at Five in Sydney and his time at the network was ended abruptly as the Network Ten moved all Ten News at Five broadcasts to a single-anchor format in late 2012, his last broadcast aired on 29 November 2012. Woods was with Network Ten for 23 years.


In 2009 and 2010 Woods hosted a two-hour sports variety show called Thursday Night Live on the One HD channel.


He has also hosted the 2007 Rugby World Cup from France, interviewed David Beckham as well as hosting LA Galaxy’s exhibition match with Sydney FC, as well as numerous Australian Grand Prix, Australian motorcycle Grand Prix, Gold Coast Indy 300 and Bathurst 1000 telecasts amongst others.

During the summer of 2007–08, Woods occasionally filled in as a stand-in on the nightly 2UE sports program, Sports Today. In 2009-10 he and Deborah Knight also filled in on Weekends with George and Paul.

In his time away from television commitments, he has written a book, Legends of Speed, about Australia’s great race drivers. His second book, El Magic: The Life of Hazem El Masri, a biography of rugby league player Hazem El Masri, was released in 2007.


In January 2006, Woods began presenting Ten Early News. In 2007, he permanently took over Ten Weekend News, replacing Tracey Spicer.


Woods worked as a reporter on the ill-fated 1998 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. With Ten being the official TV broadcaster of the race, Woods delivered regular news updates from Hobart (along with yachting commentator Rob Mundle) on the unfolding tragedy, brought about by severe gale-force winds and sea swells reaching several metres in height. Five competing boats were sunk and six people died.


Woods was also the face of Ten’s motorsport coverage from 1997 to 2006. He hosted the magazine programme RPM, six of those years with former World Champion Barry Sheene. Sheene and Woods also anchored and commentated on the World Motorcycle Championship (Motogp). The pair became firm friends, and Woods broke down during the episode dedicated to Sheene after his death from cancer in 2003. In 2004 Woods also filled the role of commentator in the V8 Supercar Championships Series alongside regular commentator Neil Crompton.


Woods’ first major sports anchoring role was at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He fronted Ten’s national news coverage of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and was prime-time anchor of the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games telecast.


He was the presenter for Ten’s National Basketball League coverage from 1992 to the mid-1990s, as well as acting as play-by-play commentator for Sydney Kings home games. Woods continued in the news room as regular weekend presenter on Ten’s Sports Tonight from 1996 to 2005, as well as acting as a back-up presenter to Tim Webster on weeknights.


Woods began his television career with Network Ten in 1989. He began as a reporter, progressing to fill-in presenting on weekends and by the end of the year became the main sports anchor alongside Ian Leslie in Ten’s half-hour evening news. Soon after Eric Walters replaced Leslie, Woods was replaced by Graham Hughes. After stints on Good Morning Australia with Tim Webster and Kerri-Anne Kennerley as a sports commentator, Woods was asked to fill in for Webster on a few occasions. This led to his appointment in a series of sport broadcasts outside the news department.


In early 1984, Woods was offered a journalism cadetship with Radio 2WS in Sydney. He filled all kinds of news reporting and presenting roles, as well as major sporting event coverage. This included a trip to The Championships, Wimbledon in 1987, to cover Pat Cash’s historic win. The following year he accepted the role of 2WS Sports Director. In late 1988, he was offered a part-time job at Network Ten, which soon resulted in an offer of full-time work as a sports reporter for the evening news.


In 1982, Woods graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Writing at Canberra College of Advanced Education (now University of Canberra) and in early 1983, began another three-month course in Commercial Radio Broadcasting at the Australian Film and Television School. After that course he was employed, along with classmate Mike Hammond, by 2BS Bathurst owner Ron Camplin, who then used the young DJs as morning and afternoon hosts for one of his other regional stations, 2LF Young.


William Woods (born 1962 in Moruya, New South Wales) is an Australian television journalist, radio and television broadcaster, and author. He is best known as the presenter, alongside Sandra Sully, of Network Ten’s Ten News at Five in Sydney (a role which he left in November 2012) and Sports Tonight. He was co-hosts Bill & Boz on Fox Sports News.