Carl Hayman’s Ex-Wife Natalie Crook; Bio, Age, TVNZ, Children, Net Worth

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Natalie Crook Bio, Wiki

Natalie Crook is an award-winning television journalist and presenter also best known as the ex-wife of Carl Hayman a retired New Zealand rugby union footballer who played at tighthead prop. She has over ten years of experience in TV presenting in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Natalie Crook Age

She was born in New Zealand and also is currently living in Auckland. However, she has not disclosed details of her age or birthday date to the public yet. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.

Natalie Crook Height

Her actual height has yet to be revealed, but it will be updated as soon as her body measurements are released.

Natalie Crook Family

Crook is a very private person when it comes to his/her personal details. Thus he/she has not disclosed any details on his family. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.

Natalie Crook Husband

Crook is the ex-wife of Carl Hayman, a retired New Zealand rugby footballer who has played for more than 17 years.
The details about their divorce are yet to be made public. However, the couple have three children together, named; Genevieve Ocean, Sophie, and Taylor.

Natalie Crook Career

Natalie has worked on many of TVNZ’s iconic programs, including Fair Go, One News, Close Up, and 20/20, over her broadcasting career.

She worked as a journalist and television presenter for ITV Tyne Tees in the United Kingdom.

She’s also done radio work as a host for well-known stations including 91ZM and Classic Hits, as well as voiceover work for national ad campaigns.

Natalie has co-hosted a weekly podcast in addition to her work on television and radio.

Natalie Crook Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.

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