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Sandra Sully

Sandra Sully

Quick Facts

Date of Birth February 18, 1965 (age 48)
Nationality Australian
Profession Journalist
Working for Network Ten, Ten Late News
Ethnicity White
Marital Status Married
Spouse Symon Weston (Husband)
Married on N/A
Children(s) N/A(Kids)
Qualification Hign School Certificate
Education at Brisbane State High School
Net Worth(s) N/A
Name on Birth Sandra Sully
Divorce Not Yet
Height 5' ft 6" inch
Weight N/A
Religion Christian
Eye Color Brown, Blue
Hair Color Gray Brown
Twitter @Sandra_Sully
Body Measurements N/A

Sandra Sully has cemented herself as one of the most recognizable faces on Australian Television. To viewers she is an absolute delight, a professional journalist with the expertise to transcend the read and really tell the story with warmth, sincerity and the ability to be objective at all times.

Born/Birth

Sandra Sully was born on February 18, 1965. She was born in Brisbane, Australia

School College

Sully attended Brisbane State High School, graduating in 1978.

Children Kids

Sully became a stepmother to his husband, Brewis-Weston's adopted daughter, Mia.

Career Life and Jobs

Sandra is enjoying her 15th year as the national anchor for Network Ten's Late News with Sports Tonight. As well as presenting, she is also the show's Senior Editor and plays an integral role in producing and compiling the bulletin.

Her extensive journalistic career is littered with highlights but perhaps none are more significant and poignant as the September, 11 terror attacks. With calm and poise, Sandra was the first person to tell Australia about the tragic events unfolding before her eyes while delivering a professional news bulletin on the world's worst terrorist attack.

Most recently, Sandra hosted COOL AID: the National Carbon Test which featured her exclusive interviews with Al Gore, former US vice president and creator of An Inconvenient Truth, and Australian of the Year Tim Flannery.

Sandra’s versatility has enabled her to cover numerous events for the network including becoming the first woman to co-host Australia’s national iconic sporting event, The Melbourne Cup and was part of the coverage for seven years.


She also hosted the prestigious Australian of the Year Awards with the Prime Minister for five years in the National Capital and, prior to that, the Young Australian of the Year Awards. Coupled with this, Sandra co-hosted Good Morning Australia in 1992 and was co-anchor for the FIRST AT FIVE news hour in 1993.

Sandra began her career with TEN in Canberra working at the parliamentary bureau. Her passion for politics led her to host Ten’s 1996 Federal Election coverage.

Husband, Marriage and Divorce

In 2011, Sully announced she was engaged to banking executive Symon Brewis-Weston. They married on 10 September 2011 with Sully becoming a stepmother to Brewis-Weston's adopted daughter, Mia.

Hot, legs, feet, and pictures

She is hot and she is attractive. She has nice feet and she has beautiful pair of legs. Many websites contain her pictures and her pictures are widely searched.

Height, weight and age

She is a medium tall personality with an approximate height of five feet and six inches. She has also worked well to maintain a nice balance in her height and weight.

Nationality, Ethnicity, religion

She is an Australian by nationality and she is from white ethnicity. She follows Christianity.

Net Worth, Salary and income

She has been able to earn a lot of money through her broadcasting career. She has a nice income and she has a very nice payroll.

Body Measurements, Body Shape, Body Figure

She has a sexy, fit, and attractive body. One look at her can grab the attention of men. She has worked very well to maintain a good body shape in recent years.

Quotes, Gossip and Rumor News

Sully was the victim of an apparent stalker in November 1997. She was pistol-whipped twice in the carpark of her home after returning from a late shift at Ten. At an awards ceremony in late 2006, she told guests she had hired "a couple of security guards" following the incident.

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