| Network Ten|
| Gretel Killeen|
| 3 February 1963 (age 52) (1963-02-03) Turramurra, Sydney, Australia|
Television presenter of Big Brother 2001–2007, author, comedian, voice actor
Mark Morgan (m. 1987–1993)
Visible Panty Line, My Life is a Girdle
Big Brother Australia, Sydney New Year's Eve, Australia Day, Logie Awards
Big Brother Australia, How Not to Behave, Big Brother: Adults Only, Gettin' Square, Dancing with Gene Kelly
Gretel Killeen Wikipedia
Gretel Killeen (born 3 February 1963) is an Australian media personality, presenter, comedian, journalist and author. She is well known for being the primary host of Big Brother Australia from its inception in 2001 until the 2007 season (including Celebrity Big Brother in 2002). Killeen hosted the 2009 TV Week Logie Awards.
From 1989 to 1991, Killeen was a regular on Midday with Ray Martin on the Nine Network. She wrote and featured in the popular weekly sketch A Town Like Dallas, a parody of the genre of soap opera.
In 1990, Terry Willesee, John Mangos and Killeen hosted Coast to Coast for the Nine Network after the departure of Graham Kennedy from the program. The program in the new format was short-lived, and was replaced by Robbo's World Tonight (later became known as The World Tonight), hosted by Clive Robertson.
Killeen was host of the Australian edition of Big Brother, from its first season in 2001. She hosted each series up until its seventh season in 2007.
On 28 October 2007, The Sunday Telegraph reported that, as a part of a revamp of the show, Killeen had decided to leave her hosting role, being replaced as host by Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O from 2Day FM.
Killeen, along with Daniel MacPherson, co-hosted the Sydney New Year's Eve 2006–07 telecast and also the Australia Day eve celebrations on 25 January 2006. She was also the host of Ten's coverage of the Australia Day ceremony in 2007. She also played nurse Angela Mercie in two episodes of the YouTube web series The Horizon in 2013.
In 2015, Killeen co-hosted the 15-part ABC TV series How Not to Behave with Matt Okine.
Killeen is also a regular presenter on morning/talk-shows such as; Studio 10, Sunrise, Today and Today Extra and The Project.
As an author of a number of books, most for children, Killeen has penned:
Killeen has a cameo in the Australian film Gettin' Square as Rhonda Halliwell. On 28 October 2007, Killeen mentioned having a role in feature film to be shot in 2008.
Killeen appeared as the Narrator in a stage production of The Rocky Horror Show in Sydney and Melbourne in 2008.