Lucy Kiraly

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Lucy Kiraly (born 1950) is an Australian fashion model and television presenter.

She was, with David Johnston, the presenter of the first TattsLotto draw conducted by Melbourne television station HSV7 on 22 June 1972.[1] Born in Romania,[2] she was educated at Monash University.[3] Kiraly was Model of the Year in 1969 and represented Australia at Expo 1970 in Osaka, Japan.[4]

Kiraly is director of The Fashion Team, a company producing fashion shows in Victoria.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Melissa Fyfe (1997), "Lucky numbers still coming up after 25 years," The Age (Melbourne), 17 June, News Page 5.
  2. ^ Annabel Ross (2009), "I used to be a supermodel," The Age (Melbourne), 27 February, Melbourne Magazine Page 42.
  3. ^ http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-pa-http%253A%252F%252Fwww.adm.monash.edu.au%252Frecords-archives%252Farchives%252Fcgi-alias%252Fmonpix%253FIMAGE_NUMBER%253D1862
  4. ^ Ross (2009), Page 42.
  5. ^ http://westfield.com.au/doncaster/centre_information/parking/lucy_kiraly_