Helen Kapaloss

Helen Kapalos is a popular Australian journalist and a TV host who was born in the year 1971 in the month of 17th March. She was a part of Greek heritage and has been serving the media industry since long time.

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Personal Life

Kapalos’s family is quite a big one where she had 5 nieces, friends and also a huge family too. They all live together at Melbourne. Helen loved her childhood darling when she was in her teenage exactly 18 years of age. Helen and her childhood dear one dated for almost 6 years time prior getting married. She was studying at the university during their dating time. It is more like a dream while they get started with a promising life. Right from 18 to 23 years of age, their dating life was very joyful and happier.

Helen shows very poor interest to head into the kitchen where she finds kitchen is a place where many people scream and fussle around making the area very barratry. Helen is an ardent lover of Japanese food where she relinquishes tasty and yummy Japanese foods. She relaxes better and spends her free time in gardening and reading books.

Helen was passionate towards journalism and hence she gave her venturous entry in the journalism arena. She made her successful entry and had scored a firm recognition in Prime-time Television. Lived with the dream, she believes that the person whom she was to marry is the person who is to be her partner. Dreams wouldn’t turn true always, describes Helen in a statement. Sometimes people will find their life in different dimensions and that has happened in Helen’s life as well. Helen and her husband lived apart and they find life very unfortunate at one point. Finally they ended their life in divorce and they were finally separated.


Helen started her career right from her principle residence of Newcastle in New South Wales. She became a part of ABC Radio and she served as a reporter there since the year 1994. Helen worked as a journalist at NEW FM and 2HD prior switching to SBS at Sydney. Further she came back to Newcastle, while she served as a successful and award-winning presenter and news reporter appearing for NBN Television News.

In the year 2002, Helen turned out from the national broadcasting and became a part of Nine Network. Helen served as a news presenter and as well as a reporter there. During the year 2005, Helen was appointed as a news anchor of Nightline and further she turned as a news presenter of National Nine News and A Current Affair too. Later in the year 2006, Helen migrated to Melbourne and became a part of Network Ten. She shared the screen along with Jennifer Hansen while Helen served as a co-host of Ten News at Five along with Mal Walden. During the year 2012 in the month of November, Helen’s work contractual agreement wasn’t renewed while the network thought of having a solo host with Mal Walden.

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Last Modified: Jun 22 2020
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