Samantha Armytage is one among the senior and most renowned Australian journalist who was born in the year 1977, 4th September.
Samantha is a popular journalist with historical background. She hails down from the Armytage family at Victoria. Samantha was raised in the historic ground known as “Bolaro Station” that is close to Adaminaby, which is in the Snowy Mountains at the New South Wales. This is where the place the Banjo Patterson penned The Man From Snowy River that describes the local stockman known Charlie McKeachnie. During 1930’s, Patrick White has also narrated many interesting novels when jackarooing in the property.
Samantha went to Kincoppal Rose Bay at the Eastern Suburbs in Sydney. Further she pursued GAP in a school that is close to Bath in the United Kingdom in the year 1995 prior returning back to Australia. She did her graduation in Broadcast Journalism at Charles Sturt University at Bathurst. Even during her graduation and when Armytage was a student, she served as the broadcaster in a radio station called 2MCE-FM.
Armytage is the eldest sister, where she had a younger brother and a sister. Her younger sister name was Georgina and her younger brother was Charles. Besides journalism and television, Samantha loves to spend her free time in playing a variety of games including tennis, golf, snow skiing. With all, she is very keen in horse racing and also enjoys a lot in watching horse racing. During the year 2011 June, it was stated that Armytage broke-up her relationship with her boyfriend Sean. Later in the year 2011, December, Samantha started to date with Peter DeAngelis. In an interview during the year 2012, it was assured and confirmed that they both have split up and Samantha is no more Peter’s girlfriend.
Samantha worked as a co-anchor sharing the screen with David Koch and also she has co-anchored Weekend Sunrise and also presented the Seven 4.30 News. During the year 2013, Samantha was declared as the replacement for the program Sunrise sharing with screen with Melissa Doyle. In the year 1999, Samantha gave her debut joining WIN television at Canberra. She served as the news presenter and as well as a reporter at Canberra. Later in the year 2002, Samantha became a part of Sky News Australia where she was appointed as the chief political reporter. During the year 2003, April Armytage became a part of Seven Network. This is where Samantha got wonderful opportunities to bring interesting and breaking happenings around. Also she covered the Canberra Bushfires, which brought her laurels and credits in her career.
In the year 2004 December, Samantha first expelled her major role as a presenter of Seven News Sydney in the summer during the non-rating time. Following this, Samantha had the stints featuring the Seven Morning News Bulleting and the Seven News Sydney. During the year 2005 – 2006, she appeared as the regular presenter of Friday and weekend Seven News Sydney. In the year 2007, Samantha was appointed to co-anchor the weekend sunrise sharing the screen with Andrew O’Keefe.