Who is Veronica Milsom?
Veronica Milsom is a renowned radio presenter, comedian, actress, and podcaster. She is an employee of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). She is perhaps best known for her tenure as the co-host of the Triple J radio station program Veronica & Lewis. Veronica embarked on that role in 2014 until February 2020 when she stepped down.
In one of the notable instances of her career, Veronica contributed to the humorous contemporary events program Hungry Beast as a writer and actor.
Milsom has made appearances on television shows on ABC, such as 44 episodes of Mad as Hell, It’s a Date, and Back Seat Drivers with Shaun Micallef, and on Channel Ten’s The Project and A League of Their Own (an Australian game show).
She also got a job with Screen Australia and ABC TV, co-writing and starring in her own mockumentary series called The Record, for which she performed and received an Australian Online Video Award nomination.
The idea developed into a short film that premiered at the Manchester, Palm Springs, and LA Webfest film festivals. Milsom and Steen Raskapoulos co-wrote The Record: World’s Largest Family.
After giving birth to her second child in February 2020, Milsom revealed that she would be departing Triple J at the end of the month and would not be coming back. Lewis Hobba remained as co-host of Triple J’s drive-time section, now called Hobba & Hing, after comedian Michael Hing took her place.
Veronica Milsom Age
Milsom is 39 years old as of 2023. She was born on October 9, 1984, in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Veronica Milsom Height
The Australian presenter stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Veronica Milsom And Her Husband Have Two Daughters
Milsom is married to Nick Hayden. They are blessed with two daughters namely; Lila and Zoe. Lila, their first child, arrived a few weeks sooner than expected. During an encounter with fans online, she told them an entertaining personal story about her husband almost missing Lila’s birth owing to a movie premiere he was meant to attend.
Veronica posted a series of photos on her Instagram account commemorating the birth of their second child. She revealed that because her child was born on April Fool’s Day, she had planned to play an ironic prank on her name before deciding against it.
She accompanied the posts with a caption that reads; “I was going to make an amusing prank about her being named Corona because she was born on April Fool’s Day, but then I felt horrible because she’s so cute. Her name is Zoe Ellen Hayden, and she’s the best.”
Which School Did Veronica Milsom Attend?
Milsom pursued her high school studies at Geelong and it happens that she enrolled at the same high school as her Hungry Beast and Triple J co-host, Lewis Hobba. She attended the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts after receiving her degree from Geelong College.
Milsom participated in a variety of activities, including basketball, cross-country running, swimming, and volleyball, as well as organizations such as debating and music. She was a member of her high school’s inaugural Netball Team.