Wendy Harmer is a well-known Australian author. She mostly writes the content for children and drama shows. She also wrote content for comedians and famous TV personalities. At present she is the host at Sydney’s 702 Mornings which is broad casted on ABC.
Born: 10 October 1955 (61 Years Old)
Marital Status: Married to Brendan Donohue
Children: Marley Donohoe, Maeve Donohoe
Father: Graham Frederick Brown and Mother: Margaret Elsie Brown
60 Million US Dollar
Wendy’s major source of income is her writings. She writes for a lot of TV personalities and TV shows which helps her in earning her living. It is also known that the TV shows that she hosts contributes towards her annual income. And at last she is also a stand-up comedian hence that also contributes to her income along with all the other shows where she is featured.
Wendy was born and bought up in Australia in Victoria. She completed her education from Gordon Institute of TAFE and Deakin University. Later she shifted to Melbourne citing to her career needs. Wendy is known to be born in an atheist household and she said she also attended the Sunday mass at the church. Her father described himself as a humanist but Wendy believed in god. She married Brendan and gave birth to two children. It is also known that Wendy has 3 siblings.
Wendy started her career as a writer and later she became a journalist. She worked for ‘The Sun News-Pictorial’ which is a newspaper. She was later given the responsibility of writing for a comedy play. After some years of her work at The Sun News Pictorial, she resigned and started working for the Melbourne Times. She also started to work as a stand-up comedian while working at Melbourne Times. She was featured on ‘Stop Laughing This is Serious’ which was broadcasted on ABC TV. She also worked in Melbourne International Comedy festival in 1987 where she gave a high dosage of laughter to her audience. She was widely loved because of her sense of humor. She also sang on one of the shows along with hosting a couple of children shows. In 2015, she gained a lot of popularity after being featured in Operation Wendy and in 2016 she performed at Melbourne