Hayley Sproull Biography
Hayley Sproull is a famous playwright, television show host, comedian, actor, and radio show co-host from New Zealand. She is the host of The Great Kiwi Bake Off and the Have You Been Paying Attention? New Zealand edition.
Hayley Sproull Age
Hayley Sproull was born in 1989 in Wellington. She is 33 years old.
Hayley Sproull Height
Hayley stands at a stature of 5’10”/1.83 m tall.
Hayley Sproull Education
Hayley went to Queen Margaret College, a well-known girls’ school in Wellington. She went to drama school after graduating from high school, and she picked Toi Whakaari, the country’s leading drama school. She earned a Bachelor of Performing Arts in Acting at Toi Whakaari in 2011.
Hayley Sproull Husband
Hayley’s husband Aaron Cortesi has been in a long-term relationship with him for almost nine years.
Hayley Sproull Family
Hayley Jayne Sproull was born in Wellington, New Zealand to Patsy and Craig Sproull. Samuel K Sproull is her brother.
Hayley Sproull Salary
Hayley hasnt mentioned the actual annual pay she receives, soon as we have detailed information will update this section.
Hayley Sproull’s Net Worth
Hayley has an accumulated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Hayley Sproull Career
Hayley has struggled with mental health difficulties, particularly anxiety. She is a member of the world-famous marching band Lochiel. She spent time in Oman training the Royal Guard how to march at the request of the Oman military. When Lochiel performed at the Oman Military Tattoo in 2014, the Oman military took notice.
She starred in Three’s Golden Boy in 2019 and produced and starred in TVNZ’s comedy online series Hayley’s Kitchen. She is written for shows like Jono and Ben and 7 Days. In 2018, she co-hosted The Great Kiwi Bake Off alongside Madeleine Sami. Have You Been Paying Attention, a news-based game show based on the Australian show of the same name, debuted in 2019.
She has been in the television shows Jono and Ben at Ten, Educators, Funny Girls, and Fresh Eggs as an actor. In 2021, she appeared in the panel show Patriot Brains.
She joined ZM in 2022, taking over as co-host of the weekday breakfast show alongside long-time radio broadcasters Carl Fletcher and Vaughan Smith, replacing Megan Papas. She appeared on Smith and Fletcher’s breakfast show in 2021 to cover Papas’ maternity leave. In 2023, she made an appearance on Guy Montgomery’s Guy Mont-Spelling Bee.