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Randall Abraham Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Divorce, Married, Height

Randall Abraham Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Divorce, Married, Height

Facts of Randall Abraham

Full Name:Randall Abraham
Birth Date:July 26, 1969
Age:54 years
Profession:Television Personality
Net Worth$9 Million
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorBlack
Birth PlaceCape Town, South Africa
EducationHarold Cressy High Schoo, University of Cape Town
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Randall Abrahams is a South African radio and television personality and is best known for his role as “strict judge” in Idol’s television series.

Early Life of Randall Abraham

Randall Abraham was born on 26th July 1969 in Cape Town, South Africa. He is 50  years old as of 2018 with a birth sign Leo.

Randall holds South African nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. He attended Harold Cressy High School. Randall also studied at the University of Cape Town from 1988 to 1992, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Hons).

Is Randall Abraham Married to Gabrielle Abrahams or Divorced?

Not much is known about Randall Abraham’s family and personal life. He often protected this information against the public. His fans often ask, “Who is Randall’s wife? It is said that her name is Gabrielle Abrahams, but the rumor has not been confirmed yet. In previous events, journalists have asked if he is married and has children whom he refers to as “Neither!”

But during the launch of H & M in Johannesburg in 2015, he was spotted by a blond woman who refused to address the claim that she was his lover. When he was approached by The Juice for an interview, he said, “No. No, I’m not doing anything, I’m not doing interviews tonight, I’ll be out in two minutes.”

What is Randall Abraham’s Net Worth and Salary?

During his life, he has managed to scale the heights as a sought-after Public Relations (PR) consultant and a media personality. His commitment, drive, and passion have yielded financial gains as he has an estimated worth of $5.5 Million as of 2018. Likewise, his net worth increased by $9 million in 2019.

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Caption: Randall Abraham(Photo: Music Business Worldwide)

Randall Abrahan’s Controversies

Randall is criticized because he is a strict judge who has little sympathy for participants who do not like his ears. This rigor has earned him hatred and love in public alike. Randall repeatedly claimed that he is an unpleasant judge. He says that with his passionate ear for excellent music, he identifies my raw vocal talent, which can be used among the greatest musical voices in the world. He pleads for music education with all music lovers.

Personal interests and hobbies

It’s no surprise that Randall has been a music lover since the vocal competitions. He started listening to music by Elvis Presley as a little boy. Randall likes to hear the northern soul, soul, and the Nigerian highlife of the 60s and 70s. He likes to discover new music genres as well as the music of new musicians in his free time.

Randall Abraham on a set
Caption: Randall Abraham on a set

In his spare time, he also reads books, especially biographies. He says that books encourage positive thoughts and provide a lot of musical and historical context. If he does not read memoirs, he reads a well-written novel. He also enjoys baking, watching movies, and traveling around the world. Moreover, he has black hair color and dark brown eyes color.

Randall Abraham’s Career

  • He has held various management roles in SABC radio stations.
  • He joined Good Hope FM in 1992 as a programming assistant and was promoted to station manager – a position he held from 1994 to 1997.
  • Randall left Good Hope and moved to Johannesburg, where he worked.
  • He was involved in the founding of the youth radio station YFM and served as station manager from 1997 to 2002.
  • From 2000 to 2001, he was vice-chairman of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), the radio broadcasting company responsible for promoting New York’s vision of the industry, and from 2001 to 2003, he headed the office.
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  • From 2002 to 2006 he was General Manager of Commercial Radio at SABC and also responsible for the success of 5FM, Metro FM, and Good Hope FM.
  • Abraham also worked as a freelance journalist and was involved in publications such as Financial Mail, Tribute, Y Mag, Advantage, and Blink.
  • He is also the owner and managing director of PR firm Total Exposure (public relations for Got Talent SA), project management company Mushroom Productions, and multimedia marketing company RAMM.