Anthony Albanese

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Anthony Albanese is an Australian Labor Party politician who worked as a Member of Parliament for Grayndler since the year 1996. From 27th June 2013 to 18th September 2013, Anthony served as Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister in the Second Rudd Ministry and Labor Party Deputy Leader from 26th June 2013 to 14th October 2013.

In the year 2019, he became the Leader of the Labor Party, becoming Leader of the Opposition.

Quick Facts

Birth name Anthony Norman Albanese
Birthdate March 2, 1963
Age 56
Birthplace Inner Sydney suburb of Camperdown
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Nationality Australian
Ethnicity Mixed
Height N/A
Parents Carlo Albanese, and Maryanne Ellery
Siblings Two Half-Siblings
Wife Carmel Tebbutt (Divorced)
Children Nathan Albanese
Net Worth Under Review

Anthony Albanese Net Worth

Anthony won the preselection or the seat after Jeannette McHugh announced she would not recontest her position of Grayndler at the 1996 election. He was elected with a comfortable 16-point majority. In the year 1998, Anthony was appointed a Parliamentary Secretary, a position which assists ministers and shadow ministers and is often a stepping stone to a full ministerial position. Soon, he became Shadow Minister for Environment and Heritage.

In 2005, Anthony added Shadow Minister for Water to his existing responsibilities and was also appointed Deputy Manager of Opposition Business in the House. In December 2006, when Kevin Rudd became the Leader of the Opposition, Anthony took over from Julia Gillard as Manager of Opposition Business in the House, a senior tactical role on the floor of the parliament, and was appointed Shadow Minister for Water and Infrastructure.

Following the 2010 election, Anthony was a key player in negotiating the support of independent members Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott and then found that managing legislation through the House was not just ahead kickers role but one requiring considerable diplomacy. Anthony announced his candidacy as the Leader of the Labor Party in a contest with Bill Shorten. In September 2014, Anthony was given the additional responsibility as the Shadow Minister for Cities.

As of now, Anthony Albanese’s net worth is under review.

Anthony Albanese Wife: Carmel Tebbutt

Anthony is a married man and shares a marital relationship with his wife, Carmel Tebbutt, a former Deputy Premier of New South Wales and former member of the state electoral district of Marrickville. They got married in the year 2000. The two who met in the late 1980s, were quite the political power couple, with Anthony entering Federal Parliament in 1996 while Carmel first entered the NSW upper house in 1998. the couple also became parents to a son named Nathan Albanese.

Sadly in 2019, Anthony and his wife announced that they are separated and no longer together.

In a recent interview in January 2019, Anthony revealed,

“I am deeply saddened that my relationship of over 30 years with Carmel Tebbutt has ended in separation.”

“We will continue to share parenting responsibilities of our 18-year-old son Nathan, who has successfully completed his HSC and has developed into an outstanding young man who we are both proud of.”

“There are no third parties involved.”

Despite the split, Anthony thanked his ex-wife at his first press conference as Labor leader and told the reporters in Sydney,
“To my partner of 30 years, Carmel, I thank you for your love, your support and your advice over all of those years,’ “Our relationship has changed, but I have nothing but best wishes for her future.”

Short Wiki-like Bio

Anthony Norman Albanese was born in 1963 in the inner Sydney suburb of Camperdown, to Carlo Albanese, and Maryanne Ellery. They met on a cruise ship, but did not continue their relationship afterward, and went their separate ways. A single mother raised Anthony in public housing. In 2009, Anthony tracked his father down with the assistance of the Australian Embassy in Italy. He later discovered that he had two half-siblings. 

Anthony celebrates his birthday on 2nd March, which makes his age 56. He went to St Joseph’s Primary School in Camperdown and St Mary’s Cathedral College in Sydney. After finishing school, Anthony worked for the Commonwealth Bank for two years before studying economics at the University of Sydney. Anthony belongs to Australian nationality and possesses mixed ethnicity.

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