11 Facts About Anne Fulwood


Anne Fulwood was born on 5 February 1959 and is an Australian-born former reporter, journalist and writer with a long association as a newsreader and current affairs host, she was born in South Australia's Riverland region and began her career in the state of South Australia.


Anne Fulwood became co-news anchor for Seven National News in late 1984 alongside popular presenter Kevin Crease, well-known weatherman Keith Martyn and former football player Peter Marker on sports.


Anne Fulwood worked as a weekend news anchor for Eyewitness News as well as a reporter on Sydney with Mike Gibson.


In 1991 Fulwood joined Good Morning Australia as a newsreader, working alongside Kerri-Anne Kennerley and Tim Webster.


Anne Fulwood came to national prominence as anchor of Ten's Late News from 1991 to 1995.


In late 1995, Anne Fulwood moved back to the Seven Network, initially as the presenter of its late news program and then as co-host on 11 AM, where she remained until the show's final episode in May 1999.


Anne Fulwood then moved to presenting Seven News Melbourne with David Johnston from mid 1999 through 2000.


Anne Fulwood ended her career for Seven presenting the Late News.


Anne Fulwood briefly plied her trade twice in the United States, doing so at KTVV-TV in Austin, Texas.


Anne Fulwood proved to be popular and was brought back a second time, this time co-anchoring with Cooke.


Anne Fulwood was briefly married to airline executive John MacKinnon.