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Sandra Sully

Facts of Sandra Sully

Date of Birth: 1965 , February-18
Birth Nation: Australia
Name Colleen Dominguez
Birth Name Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr.
Nick Name Tutta
Father Dr. Sang I. Cho
Mother Donna Cho,
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Sayre, Pennsylvania, USA.
Ethnicity Latino
Profession Sportscaster and journalist
Net Worth $1.3 Million
Eye Color Brown, Blue
Hair Color Gray Brown
Body Measurements 30-23-33
Breast Size 30
Waist size 23
Hip Size 33
Shoe Size 10
Weight in KG 57
Famous for sportscaster of ESPN
Married Married and Divorced
Married to Martin Goldbach
Children Louisa Simone Gottlieb
Divorce Divorced
Working For ESPN
Face Color White
Education bachelors in arts degree in liberal studies
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki
TV Show CBC News: Newfoundland Crash, CBC News Now with Heather Hiscox
Siblings Stefan and Gunerius
Salary $350 thousand
Awards TV personality of the year 2009
Religion Christian
Boyfriend Erik Stevens
Neck Size 8.9
Movies Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Quick Timeline of Sandra Sully

1965 Born in Brisbane, Australia
1978 Graduated from Brisbane State High School
1991 Joined Network Ten news team
2001 Covered the news about the 11 September terrorist attacks
2011 Became the news presenter of Ten Eyewitness News
1998 Married to Mark Ryan
2011 Married to Symon Brewis-Weston

Detail Timeline of Sandra Sully

February 18 , 1965

Born in Brisbane, Australia

Sweet and lovely Sandra was born as Sandra Sully in Brisbane, Australia to Australian parents. She is also Australian and is of white ethnicity. She was raised along with her twin sisters and two brothers. 

1978

Graduated from Brisbane State High School

Sandra received her formal education from Brisbane State High School and completed her high school graduation from there in 1978. After that she joined some University and began pursuing her higher education. She also began her broadcasting career from that time on.

1991

Joined Network Ten news team

In 1991, she joined Network Ten news team. During her early days, she worked at network's parliamentary bureau. In 1993, she began working as a co anchor of the show, Ten Eyewitness News. She is also popular for being the former co host of Melbourne Cup carnival. 

September 11 , 2001

Covered the news about the 11 September terrorist attacks

She is known for covering the news about the 1994 Commonwealth Games, the 1996 summer Olympic Games and so on. She is also famous for covering the news about the 11 September terrorist attacks; actually she was the first Australian journalist to do so.

2011

Became the news presenter of Ten Eyewitness News

In 1993, she served as a co anchor of the show, Ten Eyewitness News with Ron Wilson. These days she is known for being the news presenter of this show and she has been presenting this show since 2011. She is famous in the world for presenting the Late News on Channel 10. 

1998

Married to Mark Ryan

In 1998, Sandra got married to Mark Ryan. However, this married life didn't last that long as they got divorced within two years. They dissolved their married life in 2000. The actual reason why they got divorced is unknown.

September 10 , 2011

Married to Symon Brewis-Weston

A decade later, Sandra got married for the second time in her life to Symon Brewis-Weston. Symon Brewis-Weston is banking executive. They actually got married on 10th of September 2011. They are happily married. Symon Brewis-Weston has a daughter from his previous relationship. 

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In 1998, Sandra got married to Mark Ryan. However, this married life didn't last that long as they got divorced within two years. They dissolved their married life in 2000.

A decade later, Sandra got married for the second time in her life to Symon Brewis-Weston. Symon Brewis-Weston is banking executive. They actually got married on 10th of September 2011.

Sandra received her formal education from Brisbane State High School and completed her high school graduation from there in 1978. In 1991, she joined Network Ten news team. During her early days, she worked at network's parliamentary bureau. In 1993, she began working as a co anchor of the show, Ten Eyewitness News. She is also known for covering the news about the 1994 Commonwealth Games, the 1996 summer Olympic Games and so on. She is also famous for covering the news about the 11 September terrorist attacks; actually she was the first Australian journalist to do so. Her net worth is expected to be in millions.