Mary Anne Fahey Net Worth (2022): Height, Age, Real Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On March 14th, 2022

Mary Anne Fahey belongs to Australia and is a famous actress, writer, and comedian from Australia. She has starred in and written many comedy plays and programs. The most famous achievement of Fahey is perhaps the creation of a character named Kylie Mole.

Mary Anne Fahey's Net Worth

As of 2022, Mary Anne Fahey's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.

Net Worth$3 million
Given NameMary-Anne Waterman
Famous NameMary Anne Fahey
Source(s) of FameActress, Comedian, Writer
Age66
Date of BirthAugust 19, 1955
Place of BirthMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
Height5'6"
RelationshipsMarried, Paul Jennings,

Early Life

Maru Anne Fahey was born Mary Anne Waterman on 19 August 1955 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

We don’t know anything about her parents, siblings, or childhood. Currently, she is a comedian, actress, and writer based in Australia.

Career Highlights

Mary Anne Fahey has appeared in many comedy programs in addition to writing them. The list includes One Size Fits All, Get a Life, The Comedy Company, and Kittson Fahey. The last comedy program was the first Australian female-only sketch comedy program.

She also played characters in shows including All the Rivers Run II, Lucky Break, The Dunera Boys, Celia, and SeaChange. One of the theater roles she played was in Mary Lives.

The most famous work of Fahey is Channel Ten’s The Comedy Company. People applaud the role of a school girl character named Kylie Mole and a three-year-old named Josephine.

She also appeared in an advertisement in the 1980s for David Reid electronics to promote the Commodore Amiga 500.

In 1989, for her work on The Comedy Company, Fahey won the Logie Award for “Most Popular Light Entertainment/Comedy Personality”. She came second in an Irish-dancing trophy and won an AWGIE Award.

The most popular work of Fahey was the character Kylie Mole. This is a scowling schoolgirl and the best-selling novel My Diary by Kylie Mole gave fame to this character and Fahey. In November 1988, Fahey released the Double A-Side single containing tracks “So Excellent”/”I Go, I Go”. On the Australian ARIA chart, these hit #8. Kylie Mole was so popular among the Australian youth as it resembled them and many phrases uttered by Kylie were adopted by the people.

The Comedy Company not just performed monologue comedy segments, but Kylie Mole was seen interviewing several celebrities. The list includes Kylie Minogue, Julian Lennon, the band INXS, and Sylvester Stallone. Not just in interviews, but Kylie Minogue can also be seen playing the role of Rebecca, Kylie Mole’s second-best friend in several comedy sketches.

Not just in the Comedy Company, but Kylie Mole also appeared in the 1993 second series of the Kittson Fahey TV show on ABC.

Sixty minutes of footage of the Comedy Company was shot in 2002. This was featured in The Comedy Company: So Excellent and it had a subtitle with a famous line by Kylie Mole.

Now, Fahey works on writing and children’s theater and lives in Melbourne. She published her first children’s novel on 7 May 2007.

Personal Life

Anne Fahey has two sons James McFadyen, born on 12 July 1990, and Thomas Fahey from her first marriage. Fahey’s first marriage was with Ian McFadyen, but the two parted ways in 1992. Then Fahey got married to a children’s book writer Morris Gleitzman.

Fahey got engaged to another children’s book writer named Paul Jennings in 2014.

Social Media


Even though a popular and famous personality, Anne Fahey is not found on social media platforms. We could not find her official Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook account.

Summary

Mary Anne Fahey is an Australian comedian, actress, and writer. The most famous and popular achievement of Fahey is the creation of the character Kylie Mole. She currently works in writing and children’s theater. The current net worth of Mary Anne Fahey is estimated to be $3 million.

Mary Anne Fahey has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Roxie Roker, Uriel del Toro, Adamari Lopez, Margaret Trudeau, Betty Lynn, Johnny Lee, Robert Wolders, Dave (Gruber) Allen, and Erin Blunt.