Sonia Gray Biography – Sonia Gray Wiki
Sonia Gray is an Actress, Writer, Presenter, Entertainer, and mental health advocate. She has served as a Lotto presenter for more than 15 years and she is New Zealand’s longest-serving Lotto presenter. Gray took the role in 2005. She is also a cricket commentator on Spark Sports. Gray has presented What Would You Do? and Get Out – US. She has also worked as a co-host of roving reality show Ghosts and game show Wheel of Fortune.
As an actress, Gray is known for her work in Xena: Warrior Princess, Love Birds, Jack of All Trades, Shortland Street, and Young Hercules. In 2021, she was featured in ‘The Royal Treatment.’ She has previously worked as a professional model. She is also involved with the Mental Health campaign and she has been an ambassador for the Mental Health Foundation for more than 10 years. In 2008, Gray was a member of the team that produced the original version of The Lowdown website, an online space for teens suffering from mild to moderate depression.
Sonia Gray Age
She is 47 years old as of 2022. She was born in Auckland, New Zealand.
Sonia Gray Husband
Is Sonia Gray married? She is married to her husband Simon Chesterman. The couple has been married for more than a decade. They have two teenage daughters, Inez and Thandie.
Sonia Gray Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.73 m) tall
Sonia Gray Dancing With The Stars
In 2022, Gray will be taking part in the ninth season of New Zealand’s reality dancing competition show, Dancing With The Stars. She confirmed her appearance via her Instagram, Gray wrote, “I’m swapping Lotto Balls and Cricket Balls for Glitter Balls! It’s all a wee bit terrifying, but I’m super excited to learn how to dance with @aarongilmore_nz. And even more excited to be dancing for ADHD NZ.” Gray will be partnering with Aaron Gilmore, a professional dancer. Gilmore is a two-time Dancing with the Stars champion. He won the show’s 7th series paired with Newshub broadcaster and journalist, Sam Hayes. He also won the second series in 2006 paired with Miss Universe 1983, Lorraine Downes.
Dancing With The Stars season nine was set to air in 2020, but it was indefinitely postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In March 2022, Three announced that the show will make a return in 2022 after taking a three-year break. Three said via the official Instagram handle, “After a false start in 2020… and 2021… Dancing with the stars will be coming to you this Autumn on Three!.”
Sonia Gray Parents
Who are Sonia Gray’s parents? Her parents are unclear. Her mother is a Pakeha and her father is Zimbabwean. Gray has also lived in South Africa. Her father died in September 2021. She mourned her dad and explained her family relationship with her father in a post, Gray wrote, “My dad died last week. We didn’t have a close relationship, which isn’t uncommon. And I thought I had long ago made peace with the fact that my dad just wasn’t cut out for this parenting gig. “
“But it turns out our younger selves are always with us. They can’t be put to rest (annoying). That little kid who hoped and waited for her ‘real’ dad to show up was still in there. His death snuffed out that hope, which I think is the hardest thing. For me, and for my sister Ellie. It’s ironic my dad died during lockdown. He couldn’t let us in in life, and he managed to avoid it in death too. But El and I will find a way to honour him after all this is over. And I think he’d be secretly stoked,” she added.
Sonia Gray Ethnicity
Sonia Gray’s ethnicity is African and European. She is of Kiwi nationality.
Sonia Gray Net Worth
Her net worth is estimated to be $1 Million.
Sonia Gray Instagram
Her Instagram handle is @soniagray11.