Sandra Sully Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, 10 News First
February 25, 2022
Sandra Sully Biography
Sandra Sully is a popular Australian journalist, editor, and news presenter currently working for Sydney’s 10 News First since 2011. Previously, she served on Network Ten’s Ten Late News with Sports Tonight as presenter of the news bulletin, until she presented the final edition of the program.
Sandra Sully Age
Sandra Sully was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on 18 February 1965. She is 57 years old.
Sandra Sully Height
She is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.68 m).
Sandra Sully Family
Sandra Sully was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia to her loving and caring father and mother, on 18 February 1965. Nonetheless, Sully has not shared any information about her parents’ names and occupations. However, she has a twin sister called Lyn Slater and two brothers named Joe Hildebrand and Patrick.
Sandra Sully Education
She went to Brisbane State High School for her high school education and graduated in 1978.
Sandra Sully Husband
Sandra Sully is happily married to her lovely husband Symon Brewis-Weston, who is a banking executive. The coupled exchanged their wedding vows on 10 September 2011. Sully is a stepmother to her husband’s adopted daughter called Mia.
Sandra Sully Salary
She receives an estimated salary of $400,000 per year.
Sandra Sully Net Worth
She has accumulated a lot of wealth from her illustrious career and she has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Sandra Sully Career
She has spent over three decades in the face and voice of Australian news. Moreover, Sully is the most respected and recognized media professional on Australian television. Being a senior Journalist for Sydney and Brisbane’s 10 News First, Sully has been an integral part of the 10 News team since 1990 and on January 28, 2020, she celebrated her 30th anniversary at the Network.
Moreover, Sully has also hosted major Network news events such as Oprah Winfrey’s Big ‘O’ event at the Botanical Gardens, the Federal Budget, and the Royal Wedding coverage from London. Her profession includes 18 years of experience as a Senior Editor of TEN Late News with Sports Tonight, highly veteran, and presenter. Additionally, Sully also founded her podcast, Short Black, With Sandra Sully in 2019, where she talks about what really matters.