Doireann Garrihy is an Irish TV presenter who has a net worth of $5 million. Doireann Garrihy earns a good amount of money from her successful career.

Garrihy was born and raised in County Clare, Ireland. She attended the University of Limerick, where she studied journalism.

After graduation, she began her career in media as a radio presenter for RTE 2fm, a national radio station in Ireland. She quickly gained a following for her bubbly personality and engaging on-air presence.

She is known for her warm and approachable personality and has gained a devoted following on social media. She is active on platforms like Instagram and Twitter, where she shares updates on her career and personal life with her fans.

She is also involved in several charitable endeavors. She is a vocal advocate for mental health awareness and has worked with organizations like Pieta House, a charity that supports those affected by suicide and self-harm.

Recently there have been rumors about her being in a relationship with Greg O'Shea, an Irish rugby union player.

Doireann Garrihy Net Worth

Doireann Garrihy has a net worth of $5 million.

Doireann is a broadcaster at RTE, a national Irish television and radio broadcaster. She has been with RTE full-time since June 2019, where she has worked as a broadcaster. Before her time at RTE, she held several other positions in the entertainment industry.

Doireann on September 17, 2022 at Farrier & Draper.
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She has also appeared on TV as an entertainment reporter for Spin 1038 and as the host of The Podge and Rodge Show from 2018-2019.

According to glassdoor, the estimated salary for an entertainment reporter is around €65,940 - €70,450/yr.

She is also the owner and founder of the Doireann Garrihy School of Speech and Drama. She established the school in September 2010, with 60 students in Castleknock, Dublin.

Doireann looks stunning in a floral-printed outfit.
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Based on her LinkedIn, she also co-teaches at her sister's school in Ennis, Co. Clare, on weekends, where she has an additional 70 students. All her students have excelled in their Leinster School of Music and Drama exams, achieving First Class Honours and winning numerous prizes and feiseanna in poetry and solo drama competitions.

Before her work at RTE, she was a radio presenter for iRadio Ireland, where she hosted Saturday Night. She played a mix of '90s, noughties, and current pop, R&B, dance, and house music, creating a party atmosphere on the show.

She has also worked as an AA Roadwatch researcher and broadcaster for The AA (Ireland), providing traffic and travel conditions updates.

Outside of her work in media, she has also been recognized for her style, winning the "Most Stylish Influencer" award at the VIP Style Awards and being named a 'Rising Star' in U magazine's 30 under 30 lists.

How Much Money Does Doireann Garrihy Make?

Doireann at The g Hotel & Spa in July 28, 2022.
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Doireann Garrihy co-hosts 2FM's Breakfast show with Donncha and Carl, airing weekdays from 6 - 9 AM. 

She has taken on various television hosting gigs and moonlighting opportunities, earning her several lucrative paycheques.

Her success as a broadcaster is evident in her lavish lifestyle, which can be seen on her popular Instagram, where she has 300K followers.

She has been spotted enjoying expensive Champagne, such as the Pierre Darcy worth €29.99, and has even been rewarded by the office of President Michael D Higgins, serving as MC at a garden party at Áras an Uachtaráin.

She is also known for her love of doing impressions and has even made a web series for RTÉ called The Doireann Project based on this talent.

She also hosts a popular podcast called "The Laughs of Your Life," another income source for her.

Doireann at the VIP style awards for 2022
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She will also be hosting the upcoming Dancing with the Stars series, set to air on RTE One in January.

This will be the sixth series of the entertainment show, and viewers can expect to see Garrihy bring her signature charm and wit to the hosting role.

The estimated total pay for a Host/Hostess is €409 per hour in the Dublin, Ireland area, with an average salary of €11 per hour.