Who is Monique Wright?
Monique Wright is an Australian journalist and television presenter, currently working as a co-host of Weekend Sunrise at Seven Network. She has been working at Seven Network as a reporter since 1996.
Here is all you need to know about Monique Wright’s Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Net Worth, Nationality, Wikipedia, Family, Parents, Siblings, Instagram, and Twitter.
Monique Wright, Birthday, How Old is she?
Wright is 49 years old as of 2022. She was born in Australia on the 18th of May 1973 and she celebrates her birthday on the 18th of May every year. Her zodiac sign is Taurus.
Monique Wright Husband, Is she Married?
No, she is not married. Monique was previously married to her Husband, Tim Scanlan but she called it quits after 12 years of marriage. The couple met for the 1st time at the beginning of 2008 when she was in her 30s.
Monique and his ex-husband shared three children, a son, Ettienne Antony Wright Scanlan born in 2010, Pascale Scalan, and a 3rd child whose details aren’t shared.
Monique Wright Education
For her educational background, Monique enrolled in a Girls’ High School and graduated from the Institution with good grades that took her to college. She went on to join a renowned University in Australia where she graduated and acquired a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.
Monique Wright’s Parents, Siblings
She was born and grew up to her loving parents in Australia. Monique’s Mother and father were both Dedicated parents who worked to ensure that they put food on the Table.
Growing up in a Friendly Neighbourhood, the TV presenter enjoyed a very colorful girlhood and she loved playing with Other Kids.
Little is known about Monique’s parents and her siblings if she has any.
Monique Wright Height and Weight|How Tall is she?
Wright has an estimated height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs 70 Kg.
Monique Wright Nationality/Ethnicity
Ms. Monique is Australian and her ethnicity is unknown.
Monique Wright Wikipedia
Wright is a television presenter currently co-host of Weekend Sunrise at Seven Network. She has been working at Seven Network as a reporter since 1996.
In 2007, she became the weather presenter on the 7 Network’s national breakfast program, Sunrise, replacing Grant Denyer. She remained in the role for a year prior to being replaced by meteorologist David Brown.