Jennifer Victoria Byrne is an Australian journalist, television presenter and former book publisher. She currently hosts the monthly ABC television program First Tuesday Book Club, later renamed The Book Club.
|Born:||March 05, 1955, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Residence:||Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales|
|Occupation:||Journalist, television presenter, former book publisher|
|Television:||This Day Tonight, Nationwide, Sunday, 60 Minutes, Foreign Correspondent, We Can Be Heroes, First Tuesday Book Club, Jennifer Byrne Presents, The Project Mastermind|
|Spouse(s):||David Margan (diss.), Andrew Denton|
|Children:||Connor (born 1994)|
|Relatives:||Sir Dallas Brooks (Grandfather)|
|IMDb:||Jennifer Byrne's IMDb|
About Jennifer Byrne
Australian television and radio broadcast journalist who co-hosted an ABC documentary television series called Foreign Correspondent, as well as an ABC NewsRadio program.
Jennifer Byrne Before Fame
She began working for The Age, a Melbourne-based newspaper, when she was just sixteen years old.
Achievement of Jennifer Byrne
She hosted a 2005 mockumentary television program called We Can Be Heroes.
Jennifer Byrne Family Life
She married fellow ABC host Andrew Denton and she has a son named Cooper.
Associations of Jennifer Byrne
She earned a 1985 Logie Award for her journalistic coverage of Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating's tax summit.
Information related to Jennifer Byrne
- 60 Minutes correspondents
- Australian women journalists