Lexie Jeuniewic, a daughter of Rhonda Burchmore, is a lawyer. Reporter Lexie Jeuniewic is presently working for ABC Ballarat.
Since she was two years old, the Australian novelist and performer have been professionally singing, acting, and dancing.
She is a Sydney native who became well-known after acting in “The Pirate Movie” (1982). In 1988’s Sugar Babies production, she made her Australian theatrical debut opposite Garry McDonald and Broadway performer Eddie Bracken.
In the same vein, she released her debut album in 1998. Midnight Rendezvous, Live at the Melbourne Concert Hall, Pure Imagination, and a recording of her theatrical performance of Cry Me a River are some of her other CDs.
Her roles on television have ranged from recurring ones on shows like Carols by Candlelight, Hey Hey It’s Saturday, and Spicks and Specks to cameo appearances on comedies like Kath & Kim and Love Child.
Facts About Lexie Jeuniewic Biography
The child of Rhonda Lexie, who is currently 27 years old, is a mature woman. Her birthday is in May because she was born in 1995.
Unlike Lexie’s mother, she decided to pursue a career in journalism instead of the entertainment world. She currently works as a reporter for ABC Ballarat, covering radio, digital, and television.
Lexie has also helped as a senior reporter for 9News Sunshine Coast and a video reporter for 9News Border North-East.
She earned a distinction-level bachelor of communication in journalism from RMIT University in 2016. She then began working as an associate producer for 9News.com.au at 9News Melbourne.
Lexie posts updates on her personal life rather than her business life on her Instagram account with the handle @lexiela.
With her parents, Rhonda and Nikolai, Lexie has a close relationship. She enjoys spending time with them because she is the only child in the family.