Introduction to Wendy Mesley
Best known as the host of the popular investigation series “Marketplace,” Wendy Mesley has proved to be one of the most capable broadcast journalists. Mesley was born on 8th of January, 1957 in the beautiful city of Montreal, Canada.
Wendy is 60 already! But hot pictures of Wendy are still accessible on the web. By looking at her pictures, we can say with conviction that she has got perfect body measurements. She is naturally beautiful and had not had any plastic surgery done to her body until today.
She has a tall figure with the height of 5 feet 7 inches. Her sexy legs have attracted many viewers to her shows.
Talking about her career, she has been actively involved in journalism since 1976, and she has been doing a great job till date.She has worked in “CBC: The National”, from which she first became popular among the viewers. Though there is no information about her family in the media, we can surely say that she is from a good family background.
In 1986, she got the chance to work in CBC as the parliamentary correspondent. In her career, she has moved through many jobs. But, in all these organizations, she is known to be a loyal and hardworking person.
After progressing in her career, she got jobs in many reputed channels. She has also had the opportunity to host the popular program, “Test the Nation”. She is a full-time staff at CBC.
Because of her hard work, she has been awarded many prestigious awards. She has won 3 Gemini Awards as well as a Gold Medal for Best Magazine Format in International Television Award. In 2006, she was honored with another prestigious prize, John Drainie Award.
She used her academic qualifications to her benefit. She has a degree from Toronto’s Ryerson Polytechnic Institute. She started her career from CFCF, which was affiliated to the CTV. After tackling so many hurdles, she has reached this height of success and achieved a lot in her career.
Is Wendy happily married?
Regarding her marital status, she has been married twice. In 1988, she got married to her boyfriend, Peter Mansbridge, who was also a news anchor at CBS.
Their relationship did not go on for a long time. They got divorced in 1992. Then, she started dating Liam McQuade. They got married in 1997. Till now, the marriage has been successful, and they have got one daughter and no other children. She is currently living with her husband in Quebec.
Though she is a patient of cancer, she has never let her work suffer due to her illness. She has fought cancer as well as participated in many campaigns to raise awareness about the disease.
Though she is Canadian by nationality, she is reputed all over the world. For this reason, she does not want to leave for this field of the world. She said that she would like to work in this area until her body can support her.
She is the regular user of social networking sites. So, if you want to know more about her, you can follow her on Twitter and Facebook. She has more than 7 thousand followers on Twitter alone.
2 cool dudes!
— Wendy & Producers (@cbc_WendyMesley) June 30, 2016
— Wendy & Producers (@cbc_WendyMesley) May 13, 2016
She is one of the richest journalists in the business. Though there is no official record of her net worth and but her annual salary can be assumed to be lucrative! Her full biography can be found on Wikipedia and IMDB. Her shows can also be viewed on YouTube.
Wendy’s journey of facing cancer
“I can accept that I have cancer. What I can’t accept is that it’s so common.” – Wendy Mesley
It was long ago when Wendy got diagnosed with cancer and that was the least expected thing to happen to her. Wendy never thought or ever dreamt that she could ever have cancer. But life happens when you are focusing on some other things and things happen out of your expectations. Without any family history of cancer, Wendy got it like a surprise occurrence.
But suddenly there was a lump discovered in her left breast, she ignored it for quite a time and then tests lead to the discovery. Initially, all the tests had resulted negative but after her husband’s insisting, she went for a biopsy. Later it was diagnosed with lumpectomy and had to go through an aggressive chemotherapy. Sooner or later she had to be serious about her health.