Pauline Hanson Biography
Pauline Hanson is a famous Australian politician who was born on May 27, 1954, in Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia. She is well-known for being the founder and the leader of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party (PHON). She was born as Pauline Lee Seccombe to her parents John Alfred Seccombe and Hannah Aloysius Mary Seccombe and she has four sisters. Hanson completed her primary education from Durango Girl’s School and Coorparoo State School. She belongs to a White ethnicity and her nationality is an Australian.
Pauline Hanson marriage life doesn't look good as she divorced twice. She married her husband, Walter Zagorski on January 2, 1971. The couple was happy and they gave birth to two children; however, they couldn’t continue their marriage for a lifetime and divorced in 1977.
After Zagorski, Pauline married her second husband, Mark Hanson in May 1980. Like from her first husband, she has two children from her second husband as well, but the couple didn't success their married life and divorced in 1987.
Luckily, it seems Honson got her soul mate in 2011, as she is dating Anthony Nyquist, since that year.
Pauline Hanson started her career in politics as the member of Ipswich City Council in 1994, she became the member of the Australian Parliament from 1996 to 1998.
Further, she joined Liberal Party for Australia in 1996 as well as became the Liberal candidate for the House of Representatives electorate of Oxley, in March 1996 through the Federal election.
Leaving her involvement in Liberal, Hanson formed her own party named Pauline Hanosn’s Nation political party; along with David Oldfield and David Ethridge in February 1997. Currently, she is working as the Senator, representing the Parliament of Australia in Queensland.
Pauline Hanson has a very successful career and she has made a very good sum of money from it. However, she hasn't revealed her actual net worth net worth but she must have over a million dollars.
Born in Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia
Pauline Hanson is a famous Australian politician who was born in the mid-1950s in Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia. She was born as Pauline Lee Seccombe to her parents John Alfred Seccombe and Hannah Aloysius Mary Seccombe.Edit
Married with Walter Zagorski
Pauline Hanson married her second husband, Walter Zagorski on January 2, 1971. The couple together spent about six years and gave birth to two children. However, their marriage didn't last for long and they divorced in 1977.Edit
Married with Mark Hanson
Pauline Hanson married to her second husband Mark Hanson in May 1980. The couple was together for about seven years and gave birth to two children. However, like her first marraige, her second marriage also ended in divorce, in 1987.Edit
Became the member of Ipswich City Council
Pauline Hanson started her political career from the year 1994 when she became the member of the Ipswich City Council. She worked there for two years as an active member.Edit
Became the member of Australian Parliament
Pauline Hanson became the member of the Australian Parliament in the year 1996. In the same year, she joined the Liberal Party of Australia and became the Liberal candidate for the House of Representatives electorate of Oxley.Edit
Formed Pauline Hanson’s One Nation political party
In February 1997, Pauline Hanson formed a party named Pauline Hanson’s One Nation political party. She formulated the party along with David Oldfield and David Ettridge. Currently, is working as the leader of the party.Edit
Appeared in Dancing with Starts
Pauline Hanson made an appearance in television from the year 2004. In that year she appeared in a Dancing programs with some popular stars as well as appeared in three other shows Enough Rope, Who wants to be Millionaire and This is Your Life.Edit
Elected as a Senator in 2016 Australian Federal election
In 2016, Australian Federal election, Pauline Hanson got elected aa the Senate, representing Queensland. She got elected along with three other senators. Since then she is working as the Senator representing Queensland for the Parliament of Australia.Edit