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Sarah Abo

Sarah Abo Biography

Sarah Abo is an Australian journalist and Today host. Since February 2019, she has worked as a reporter for 60 Minutes Australia. She formerly worked as a reporter and presenter for SBS World News, SBS Small Business Secrets, and as a contributor to Dateline and Insight. According to her bio, she began her career as a reporter and presenter at Network Ten in Adelaide before returning home to the Network Ten Melbourne office. Sarah began working for SBS World News in 2013. She covered the 2016 US Presidential Election for SBS News. In 2017 she traveled to Lebanon to cover the Syrian refugee crisis for SBS international current affairs program, Dateline. Sarah was a guest host of SBS Insight in 2017, ‘Diagnosing Autism: Are We Getting It Right?’.

In April 2016, she was embedded with the Australian Defence Force and reported from Kabul, Afghanistan. Sarah was a member of the 2014 Brazil World Cup coverage for host broadcaster SBS, hosting the sports briefing weekly from the Rio studio, as well as live news updates throughout the evening and late news bulletins. She filed daily news stories as well as a documentary for Dateline. Sarah was a CNN Journalism Fellow in 2014, spending three weeks at the broadcaster’s headquarters in Atlanta, where she covered President Barack Obama’s speech on battling ISIS as well as America’s welfare system. She traveled to Paris in 2015 to report on the COP21 Climate Conference.

Sarah Abo Today

Nine News confirmed Sarah Abo as the new co-host of Today alongside Karl Stefanovic. This step comes after Allison Langdon moved to A Current Affair.

“This is a massive coup for Today; Sarah has been outstanding in the Today hosting chair these past 12 months when filling in for Ally,” said Steven Burling, the director of Nine’s morning television. Sarah’s reputation precedes her; she is an engaging interviewer and journalist, as seen not only on 60 Minutes but also at SBS and 10. Professionally, she is at the top of her game, but more significantly, Sarah is a wonderful person who will contribute to Today’s sustained success in 2023. We are extremely fortunate to have Sarah on our team.”

Sarah stated, “I am thrilled to be joining the wonderful and hard-working team at Today, who manage to inform the nation every morning while also having a lot of fun.”

“I’ve had the incredible fortune to work alongside some of the country’s best journalists at 60 Minutes and to travel the country and the world bringing stories to Australian audiences.” It is an honor to meet and tell the tales of so many remarkable people. I can’t wait to apply what I’ve learned from those incredible opportunities in my new work at Today. The 3 a.m. alarm will be a challenge, but I’m excited to keep Karl on his toes. “I know Ally will do well at ACA, and I can’t wait to see her in the chair. “Ally has been extraordinary over the last three years,” said Karl Stefanovic, who will be her co-host. Fighting over some tremendous personal physical barriers in order to transmit to the country amid really difficult times. She’s a fantastic broadcaster, and I’ll miss working with her terribly. I won’t miss her dancing, though.

“Fortunately, Sarah is an accomplished singer and dancer. More importantly, she’s an excellent interviewer with a wicked sense of humour. I can’t wait for the rest of the country to see all of those beautiful traits every day at breakfast.”

Sarah will start her new job with Karl, Alex Cullen, Brooke Boney, and Tim Davies on Monday, January 16, 2023. Langdon will also start her new work in January.


She was born in Damascus, Syria, in 1987, and relocated to Australia with her family when she was four years old. She now resides in Melbourne, Australia. She will be 37 years old in 2023.


Cyrus Moran, her husband, is her husband. On December 15, 2012, they married at St. Ignatius Catholic Church. Before being married, they had been in a long-term relationship. There are no children for the pair.



She is the daughter of Fouad and Samia. Her mother worked at La Trobe University whereas her father worked at the Environmental Protection Authority. She is the eldest of three girls and her two siblings, are her sisters Yara and Shaza Sandra.


What nationality is Sarah Abo? Sarah is both of Australian and Syrian nationality. She was born in Damascus, Syria, and later relocated to Australia with her family when she was just four. Since then, she has been a resident of Melbourne, Australia.


Her Instagram handle is @sarahabo.



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