Monique Wright Biography
Monique Wright is a prominent Australian journalist and television presenter currently serving as a co-host of Weekend Sunrise alongside Andrew O’Keefe. She joined the Seven Network as a reporter in 1996 and has covered human interest stories, politics, celeb interviews, Olympic Games, and royal weddings.
Monique Wright Age
Monique Wright was born on 18 May 1973 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She is 50 years old.
Monique Wright Height
Monique stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Monique Wright Family
Monique was born to caring and supportive parents in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Additionally, she had a very playful childhood though she has not disclosed any further information in regard to her parents and heror whether she has any siblings.
Monique Wright Husband
She is currently single. Previously, Monique was married to her partner, Tim Scanlan. The duo tied the knot in 2008 but later divorced.
Monique Wright Children
She is the proud mother of three children including Ettienne Antony Wright Scalan and Pascal Wright Scanlan.
Monique Wright Education
Despite her publicity, Monique has not provided any information regarding her educational background at the moment.
Monique Wright Salary
She receives an ample salary of $93,000 per year.
Monique Wright’s Net Worth
Monique has managed to stockpile decent possessions over the years and has an estimated net woth of $2 million.
Monique Wright Career
She is currently serving as a co-host of Weekend Sunrise alongside Andrew O’Keefe. She joined the Seven Network as a reporter in 1996 and has covered human interest stories, politics, celeb interviews, Olympic Games, and royal weddings.
In 2007, Monique was named weather presenter on the Seven Network’s national breakfast program, Sunrise, succeeding Grant Denyer. She served in that role for a year before being succeeded by meteorologist David Brown.
She was announced as a co-host of The Daily Edition in June 2013. Monique remained with the show until she was replaced by Ryan Phelan in 2015. Moreover, she temporarily succeeded Samantha Armytage as co-host on Weekend Sunrise from August 2013 to February 2014 until she was officially appointed co-host.