Facts of Wendy Harmer
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Wendy Harmer is an Australian television personality, author, comedian, stage performer, Children’s writer, and radio show host.
She is best known for comedy and for her best-selling book named “Farewell My Ovaries.” She published her debut novel “I Lost My Mobile at the Mall,” and that was in the year 2009.
Wendy Harmer husband
She is a married woman. Her husband's name is Brendan Donohoe. After getting married, she and her husband Brendan wanted to start a family soon, but they had to wait long.
Wendy conceived when she was in her 40s. She has two children, a son named Marley Donohoe and a daughter named Maeve Donohoe.
Her married life is going smoothly, and the couples are pleased with each other.
She is very active in social media and has shared lots of pictures about her professional life, including her personal life.
She shared a beautiful photo with her husband with a cute romantic caption,
She also shared one photo with Marley Donohoe, her son, on their anniversary in which the son and she look like. Her caption for that photo is
“Here we are,
Wendy Harmer Net Worth
She has a hefty amount of net worth, but her exact salary and net worth has not been revealed yet.
According to one authentic source, her net worth is above 1.6 million dollars, but we can’t say it's a true figure. Her net worth and salary are under review, and we will update it soon.
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She has managed to earn that amount from radio hosting, books, stand-up comedy, among others.
She was the first woman to host a TV comedy show in 1989, and the name of the show was The Big Gig. She is one of the highest-paid entertainers of Australia.
Her house is at Collaroy, and she resides there with her family. She has gorgeous kitchen, and she loves it and posts several pictures related to it.
Besides this, there is no information about her property, car, and living styles.
Wendy Harmer wiki
Wendy Harmer was born on 10 October 1955 in Yarram, Australia. She grew up in Victoria City. She grew up with his three siblings, two brothers Phillip and Noel, and a sister, Helen.
She attended the Gordon Institute of Technology and studied journalism.
She has written several books such as Its Joke, Joyce in 1989, Love Gone Wrong in 1955, Roadside Sister’s in 2009, among others.
She has been a regular newspaper and magazine contributor. She writes columns for Australian Women’s Weekly and the Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Weekend magazine.