Australia Biography Entertainment Trending News

Who is Roxy Jacenko? Returns to the gym: Wiki, Age, Bio, NetWorth, Career, Instagram, Twitter, and more facts

Roxy Jacenko Wiki – Biography

She is an Australian socialite who came runner up on the 3rd season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia. Roxy Jacenko isn’t waiting for the New Year to get her body into shape. Instead, to making a resolution, the PR guru, 39, is hitting the gym now taking to Instagram on Friday to reveal she’s getting a head start. She shared a photo of herself sitting on a large black fitness ball in her gym at her lavish Vaucluse mansion.

Roxy Jacenko Age

Born                  8 June 1980

Roxy Jacenko Career

Jacenko is the director of Sydney-based public relations firm, Sweaty Betty PR, taking its name from the London clothing firm, Sweaty Betty, founded in 2004 when Jacenko was 24 years old. The company once boasted more than 70 clients including brands Peugeot, Coles Supermarkets, Oliver Peoples and Harris Scarfe. and celebrities Maude Garrett and MasterChef Australia contestant Hayden Quinn.

Roxy Jacenko Television

In early 2010, Jacenko signed a deal with the Seven Network to star in a semi-scripted reality television show called The SweatBox (a play on the name of her PR agency). It was announced that the show would be similar to the US television show, The Hills, but would focus on Sydney’s affluent Eastern Suburbs. Later in 2010, Channel Seven canceled production of the show.

In 2013, Jacenko appeared on the Australian version of The Celebrity Apprentice. Her appearance was characterised by conflicts with Prue MacSween and swimmer Stephanie Rice and by accusations she favoured some team-mates over others. In the season finale, Jacenko, John Steffensen and Jeff Fenech were named as runners-up to Rice who was named Celebrity Apprentice.

Roxy Jacenko Personal life

Jacenko has two children, daughter Pixie, and son Hunter. Prior to marrying Oliver Curtis, a convicted inside trader, and during his incarceration, she was dating Nabil Gazal, a Sydney property developer and owner of real estate investment company Gazcorp, until 2010.