Harriet Wran Bio

Harriet Wran is the daughter of former NSW premier Neville Wran.

She attended two of Sydney’s most prestigious private girls’ schools, Ascham and SCEGGS Darlinghurst, and for a for a short time was a student at Sydney University.

Her father, Neville Wran who was born on October 11th, 1926 and died on April 20th, 2014. Besides serving as New South Wales Premier,

Harriet Wran Trivia & Quick info

Harriet Wran Quick Facts
She was born in 1988 (age 31 years)
Parents Neville Wran, Jill Wran
Siblings Kim Wran, Glenn Wran, Hugo Wran

Harriet Wran Age

Harriet was born in 1988 when her father, Neville Wran, was 61, as the oldest of two children he had with his second wife, the former Qantas executive Jill Hickson. The couple also had a son, Hugo, born three years after Harriet. Wran had a son and daughter from his first marriage, Kim, and Glenn.

Harriet Wran Parents

She is the daughter of former NSW Premier Neville Warn and socialite Jill Hickson-Wran.

Harriet Wran Net Worth

When Neville Wran died on 20 April 2014 aged 87, he left an estate worth about $40 million, including a luxury apartment in Crown Street, Woolloomooloo, which was left jointly to Hugo and Harriet.

Harriet Wran Arrested – Harriet Wran Charged

Harriet has been charged with drug possession two years after she was released from jail for her role in the robbery and murder of a Sydney drug dealer.

NSW Police stopped Harriet at a service station on the Pacific Highway at 1.30am and when they approached, a man ran from the car.

Police searched the vehicle and found a number of laptops, mobile phones, credit cards and a large amount of mail, all of which are alleged to be stolen.


Harriet Wran Jail term (2014-2016)

In August 2014, Wran went to McNulty’s unit in Redfern with her boyfriend, 35-year-old Michael Lee, and 29-year-old Lloyd Edward Haines. There was a violent struggle and Lee and Haines stabbed McNulty to death. McNulty was a drug dealer. Both pleaded guilty to murder, robbery in company causing wounding and grievous bodily harm.

She was released from Silverwater Prison in September 2016 after serving two years in custody.  At the time of her release, she said she was still recovering from her ice addiction.

“It’s going to be a long process and it’s going to be hard.

“I ask you to understand, please, to let me do what I have to do in private.”

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