Greig in 2012
|Born||19 September 1982|
Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia
|Occupation||Radio and television personality|
Mel Greig (born 19 September 1982) is an Australian radio and television personality.
In 2011, she competed on the first season of The Amazing Race Australia with her sister Alana. In 2012, Greig began co-hosting the Hot30 Countdown show on 2Day FM with Matty Acton, who was later replaced by Mike Christian.
In December 2012, a prank call to a hospital where Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was staying was broadcast on the show. One of the nurses who answered the call, Jacintha Saldanha, later committed suicide. The show was then cancelled on 12 December.
Post radio show
In 2015, Greig was a contestant on the fourth season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia. She was fired after Task 8. In January 2016, Greig began co-hosting the 96.5 Wave FM breakfast show, The Hot Breakfast, with Travis Winks. She had taken a three-year hiatus following the royal prank call incident.
Greig left Wave FM to move back to Sydney in 2018, citing personal reasons.
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