Australian Tv Personality: John Burgess Health, Is Gianna Burgess His Wife?


Who is the wife and daughter of Baby John Burgess? To learn more about his condition, read the article below.

Who is the wife and daughter of Baby John Burgess? Burgess, John Richard, is an Australian television and radio host. In 2022, he will be 78 years old, having been born on June 4, 1943.

John’s nicknames include “Burgo” and “Baby John Burgess” or “Baby John” from his radio days. He is also the station’s youngest broadcaster.

Australian Tv Personality: John Burgess Health, Is Gianna Burgess His Wife?

John is also recognized for hosting the Australian version of the game show Wheel of Fortune for a long time.


Who Is Baby John Burgess Wife And Daughter?

Gianna had also been battling liver cancer and had been told she wouldn’t live to see March 2018. On Gianna’s birthday, though, John posted on Facebook that his wife was healing.

The birthdate of John Burgess’ wife is March 24th.

On the internet, there is currently no clear information on John’s daughter. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we have further information from a reliable source.

Baby John Burgess – Net Worth 2022

“Baby” John Burgess’s net worth is estimated to be in a range between $1 million and $5 million. However, the celebrity has not revealed the exact amount of wealth he owns.

The major source of his income is his television and radio career.

John is popular for being the host of the Australian version of Wheel of Fortune on the Seven Network. In fact, he was the longest-serving presenter from the year 1984 to 1996.

Later, Burgess hosted the Australian version of Catchphrase. However, it was retitled as Burgo’s Catch Phrase and was shown on the Nine Network.


Baby John Burgess – Health Update

“Baby” John Burgess has been officially discharged from the hospital. He was fighting a serious bacterial infection.

The 78-year-old former game show host revealed to his Twitter followers on Friday that he was being treated for ‘blood poisoning’ and was making a gradual recovery.

Furthermore, he wrote that he was being treated at Royal Perth Hospital with a serious bacterial infection that led to blood poisoning. However, the good folks (doctors) there got him on the road to recovery.

The Australian TV personality spent 6 nights in the ICU before he was transferred to the emergency room for 1 night.

According to Burgess’ manager Evan Broadway, the media personality ha been due to be discharged last Friday.

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