Known for movies
John Laws is an Australian radio broadcaster. He is currently the host of The John Laws Morning Show on Radio 2UE. He has previously worked on other radio stations, including 2GB, 2UE and 2Day FM.
Laws was born in Sydney, Australia, on 21 July 1935. His parents were John and Mabel Laws. He has two brothers, Robert and Ronald. He was educated at Fort Street High School and the University of Sydney.
Laws began his career in radio in 1957, working for various radio stations in Australia. He joined 2UE in Sydney in 1976. He became well-known for his “shock jock” style of broadcasting, which often courted controversy. In 1993, he was suspended from 2UE for two weeks after making racist comments on air.
Laws has been married three times. His first marriage was to Anne-Maree Kelly in 1960. They had three children together before divorcing in 1974. His second marriage was to Caroline Jones in 1977. They had two children together before divorcing in 1992. His third marriage was to Catherine McGregor in 1995. They have no children together.
Laws has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He is one of the highest-paid radio broadcasters in Australia, earning an annual salary of $8 million.
Laws has often been described as “arrogant”, “opinionated” and “controversial”. However, he is also considered to be one of Australia’s most successful radio broadcasters.
|Full Name||John Laws|
|Date Of Birth||August 8, 1935|
|Profession||Actor, Radio personality|
|Education||Mosman Preparatory School, Knox Grammar School|
|Children||Sam Laws, Joshua Laws, Sarah Laws|
|Movies||The Magic Pudding, Nickel Queen|
|TV Shows||Beauty and the Beast|
|1||Attended the same high school as Australian actors Adam Garcia, Hugh Jackman, Andrew Johnston, Reg Livermore, Hugo Weaving and writer 'Stuart Beattie'.|
|The Magic Pudding||2000||Rumpus Bumpus (voice)|
|Hey Dad..!||1987||TV Series||John Laws|
|The Making of Stone||1974||TV Movie||Narrator|
|Nickel Queen||1971||Claude Fitzgerald|
|John Laws Tonight Show||1968||TV Series||Host (1968-1969)|
|Skippy||1968||TV Series||Jack Jamieson|
|Skippy||1968||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Welcome to Woop Woop||1997||special thanks|
|Enough Rope with Andrew Denton||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|The 7.30 Report||2001||TV Series||Himself - Radio Announcer|
|Australia 99: A Band Downunder||1999||Video||Himself|
|Laws||1998||TV Series documentary||Himself-Presenter|
|The Bob Monkhouse Show||1972||TV Series||Himself|
|His and Hers||1971||TV Series||Himself - Host|
|Beauty and the Beast||1964||TV Series||Himself (1970, 1982)|
|Startime||1962||TV Series||Himself - Host|
|Good as Gold!||2006||TV Series documentary||Himself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia