|Education||Davidson High School
Charles Sturt University
|Occupation||Journalist, News Presenter, TV Presenter|
|Notable credit(s)||60 Minutes
A Current Affair
Tara Brown (born 1968) is an Australian television presenter. She was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Early life and career
In 1992 she joined the Nine Network and began working on compiling features including "Australian Agenda" reports for the Nine Network's late news program Nightline. In 1993 she left Nightline and began reporting on A Current Affair. Her most memorable stories for A Current Affair include a series of reports on a group of Australian soldiers returning to Vietnam on the 20th anniversary of the fall of Saigon; uncovering a tyre dumping racket which posed a major environmental threat; and a feature story on refugees in Bei Hai in southern China.
Brown is currently on maternity leave.
On 25 October 2008, she gave birth to her first son, Jack Cooper. 
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