Miranda Devine is a well-known Australian columnist and writer who is widely recognized for her work in the field of journalism. Born on March 24, 1960, in New York City, Miranda Devine is the daughter of the late Frank Devine, who was a well-known Australian journalist and newspaper editor. Miranda’s mother, Jeanette, was an Australian painter.
Miranda Devine spent her childhood in New York City, where she was born. In 1970, when Miranda was ten years old, her family moved to Australia. Miranda completed her education at the University of Sydney, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and History.
Miranda Devine Career
Miranda Devine began her career as a journalist in the early 1980s, working for the Daily Telegraph in Sydney. She later moved to the Daily Mirror in London and worked there for a few years before returning to Australia.
In 1989, Miranda joined the Sydney Morning Herald as a columnist and worked there for over a decade. In 2002, she began working for the Daily Telegraph again, where she has been a regular columnist ever since. Miranda is also a regular contributor to the Herald Sun and The Australian.
Miranda Devine is a married woman and has four children. She married her husband, Greg Sheridan, in 1988. Greg Sheridan is a well-known Australian journalist and foreign affairs commentator. The couple has been happily married for over three decades.
Miranda Devine’s siblings include Tim Devine, who is a businessman, and Peta Credlin, who is a political commentator and former chief of staff to the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott.
Miranda Devine’s Height
Miranda Devine stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm).
Miranda Devine is a frequent contributor to Fox News, where she appears as a guest commentator on a variety of programs. Her appearances on Fox News have helped to establish her as a prominent conservative voice in Australia.