Rove McManus is an Australian television personality, comedian, and presenter who was born on January 21, 1974, in Perth, Western Australia.
He is best known for hosting several popular Australian television shows, including “Rove Live,” “The Project,” and “Saturday Night Rove.”
McManus began his career in television as a writer and producer for various shows on Australian television, including “The Loft Live,” “The Eric Bana Show Live,” and “In Melbourne Tonight.”
He became a household name in Australia when he began hosting “Rove Live,” a weekly talk show that aired on the Network Ten from 1999 to 2009.
In addition to his television work, McManus has also appeared in several films and television shows, including “Thank God You’re Here,” “The Sideshow,” and “Australians Hit Hollywood.”
He has also hosted several awards shows, including the Logie Awards, the ARIA Awards, and the Australian Commercial Radio Awards.
McManus is known for his quick wit, affable personality, and ability to connect with audiences of all ages.
He has won several awards for his work in television, including multiple Logie Awards for Most Popular Presenter and a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male TV Star.
Rove McManus Wife: Meet Tasma Walton
Rove McManus is married to Tasma Walton, an Australian actress. The couple got married in a private ceremony in Margaret River, Western Australia in June 2009.
Tasma Walton has appeared in several popular Australian television shows, including “Blue Heelers,” “City Homicide,” and “Mystery Road.” She has also worked as a writer and director on various film and television projects.
Rove and Tasma have a daughter named Ruby, who was born in 2013. The family currently resides in Melbourne, Australia.