Magda Szubanski Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Magda Szubanski is a 60-years-old Australian Actor from the Australia. her estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read her life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Magda Szubanski Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Magda Szubanski was born on 12 April 1961 in Australia. let’s check out the Magda’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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On 26 January 2019, Szubanski was appointed an officer (AO) in the general division of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to the performing arts as an actor, comedian and writer, and as a campaigner for same-sex marriage.

On 8 April 2019, she appeared as “Guest Announcer” on Chris & Julia’s Sunday Night Takeaway’s season finale where she participated in a number of roles.


From 3 September 2018, Szubanski recurred as Jemima Davies-Smythe on Neighbours. Her character officiated the first same-sex wedding on Australian television.


In 2017, she became one of the most prominent faces of the same-sex marriage campaign in Australia and the co-chair of Australian Marriage Equality rated her crucial in the success of the “Yes” campaign.


In 2015, Szubanski released her award-winning memoir Reckoning. In 2016 the book won several awards and beat some of Australias top literary authors to win the TBA. Reckoning also won the $40,000 Douglas Stewart Prize for Nonfiction and “Book of the Year” and “Biography of the Year” at the Australian Book Industry Awards.


Academy Award winner and friend Geoffrey Rush launched her book and wrote in The Guardian: “I was absorbed in preparing for King Lear when I read the book. The classical stature of that particular father-daughter relationship didn’t go unnoticed. Magda grew up in the shadow of a difficult reckoning — the summation, the questioning, the Elizabethan sense of settling the bill with one’s parents. As she phrases it: her father needed to forget— she needed to remember. The only way forward was back. Her book riffs a major life in a reflective minor key. I’ve got lost in Joyce’s Dublin, Woolf’s Bloomsbury, the Bronte Sisters’ Yorkshire moors. Now I’m enthralled with Magda Szubanski’s Croydon, Australia’s own collective sub-conscious suburb, the architecture of which she deftly anoints as Bauhaus’s “bastard child”…Reckoning is really a non-fiction novel – and its invitation into Magda’s story is infectious.”


She is single and during the 2013 Australian federal election she tweeted lightheartedly about the lack of policy catering for single people.


In 2012, she again teamed with Rush to appear in the Stephen Sondheim musical A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

On 14 February 2012, Szubanski came out, in a statement supporting same-sex marriage timed to coincide with Valentine’s Day. Later that day, she stated that she “absolutely identifies as gay” in an interview on Australian TV current affairs program The Project.


In 2010, she appeared in the first Indigenous musical film Bran Nue Dae as Roadhouse Betty alongside Geoffrey Rush, Ernie Dingo, Missy Higgins and Deborah Mailman. The film was directed by Rachel Perkins, daughter of the Aboriginal activist Charlie Perkins.


In 2009, she appeared on Who Do You Think You Are? where she explored her father’s Polish Resistance activities as well as the story of her shell-shocked Irish grandfather and her sculptor ancestor Luigi Isepponi who assisted in making the Death mask for William Burke, half of the duo Burke and Hare, notorious grave robbers and serial killers.


In 2008, she again participated in some gender-blind casting, taking on the role of pint-sized gangster Big Jule in a major stage production of Guys and Dolls.


In 2007, she had a minor role as Mrs Lonsdale, the housemaid in The Golden Compass to Lyra Belacqua.

In 2007, Szubanski ventured into musical comedy, taking on the role of William Barfee in the Melbourne Theatre Company production of the hit Broadway musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Variety described her performance as “sensationally good”. Australian Stage said, “Magda Szubanski as the Eric Cartman-esque William Barfee steals the show.”


Her character Sharon “pashed” (Australian slang for vigorous kissing) and “married” Australian cricketing legend Shane Warne. She also “pashed” the late Australian actor Heath Ledger on the red carpet at the AFI awards in 2006 while in the role of Sharon, acting as an assistant stage manager.


In 2004, Szubanski advertised the airline Jetstar. Szubanski became a spokesperson for the dieting company Jenny Craig in November 2008. Szubanski joined Jenny Craig weighing 110 kg and had been diagnosed with sleep apnoea. By July 2009, she had lost 36 kg to weigh 85 kg. She later regained weight, then was dropped as a spokesperson for Jenny Craig. However, subsequent weight loss led to her being re-signed as their spokesperson. She was later again dropped from Jenny Craig. She was also featured in commercials for Telstra in 2014. In 2019, she appeared in an Uber Eats ad which appears to be with Gina Riley as Kim but turns out to be Kim Kardashian.


In 1999, Szubanski created, wrote, co-produced and starred as Margaret O’Halloran in the Dogwoman series of TV films, a detective style show based on the idea an expert “dog-whisperer” who, by treating problem dogs, inadvertently stumbles upon and solves human crimes.


Szubanski’s career started as a writer and performer of sketch comedy and has since progressed to production of TV, film acting, and musical theatre. She starred in Full Frontal, Kath & Kim where she played Sharon Strzelecki, and in the films Babe (1995) and Babe: Pig in the City (1998) as Esme Hoggett.

In 1995, she and friends Gina Riley and Jane Turner wrote, performed and produced the first all-female Australian sketch comedy television program; Big Girl’s Blouse. When Riley and Turner developed the sketch-characters they had created into the sitcom Kath & Kim, Szubanski joined them to play Sharon Strzelecki, a character she had previously created herself.

Szubanski starred in the 1995 film Babe as Esme Hoggett. She reprised her role in the 1998 sequel, Babe: Pig in the City. She then teamed up again with director/producer George Miller to voice the role of Miss Viola in the animated films Happy Feet and Happy Feet Two.


In 1985, while performing in a University of Melbourne Law Revue of Too Cool for Sandals, with Michael Veitch and Tom Gleisner, Szubanski was talent-spotted by producers from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), who convinced her to join up with some other university friends in creating a television sketch comedy show, The D-Generation.


In 1976, as a Year 10 student, she captained a team on the television quiz It’s Academic.


Magdalene Mary Szubanski AO (/ʒ ə ˈ b æ n s k i / zhə-BAN -skee, born 12 April 1961) is an Australian television and film actress, comedian and writer.

Szubanski was born on 12 April 1961, in Liverpool, England. Her mother Margaret (née McCarthy) is Scottish-Irish and came from a poor family. Her father, Zbigniew Szubanski, came from a well-off Polish family and, as recorded in the official archives of the Warsaw Uprising Museum, was an assassin in a counter-intelligence branch of the Polish resistance movement in World War II. Her cousin is Polish actress Magdalena Zawadzka. She attended high school at Siena College, Melbourne, and later studied fine arts and philosophy at the University of Melbourne. Szubanski graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Arts (degree with honours) in 2016.

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

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Real NameMagdalene Mary Szubanski

Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

Age (2021)60 Years
Birthplace Merseyside
Date Of Birth12 April 1961
Hometown Merseyside
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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements

Height1.57 m
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Magda Szubanski Personal Life, Spouse, Husband

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Marital StatusMarried
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Magdalene Mary Szubanski Net Worth

The Magdalene Mary Szubanski Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)$80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD

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