Who is Roxy Jacenko?( (41)Roxy Jacenko steps out for a spot of shopping in a ‘velvet puffer’ and ‘furry shoes’) Wiki,Bio,Age,Fmaily,Career,Designer Accessories,Collection

Roxy Jacenko

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Who is Roxy Jacenko ?

Roxanne “Roxy” Jacenko is an Australian businesswoman and socialite who was one of the finalists on the third season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia.

Personal Life

Jacenko has two children, daughter Pixie and son Hunter. [1] Her husband is former investment banker Oliver Curtis, who was convicted of insider trading in 2016 and was released in 2017.

Roxy Jacenko Age?

  • She is Born: 1980 (age 41), Sydney, Australia
    Nationality: Australian

Roxy Jacenko Family

  • Spouse: Oliver Curtis (d. 2012)
    Children: Pixie Curtis, Hunter Curtis
    Parents: Nick Jacenko, Doreen Davis
    Siblings: Ruby Jacenko

Designer Accessories.

She is known for her love of designer accessories.And Roxy Jacenko showed her latest look as she ran errands in Sydney on Sunday.

The 41-year-old donned a $ 3,650 Prada velvet padded jacket and $ 2,290 Louis Vuitton sandals while she was shopping.She paired her ensemble with black shorts and held a $ 4,500 Christian Dior bag.

Roxy Jacenko ‘indulges herself’ with a $ 9,400 Louis Vuitton Roxy wrote: ‘I waited for the summer to spin these cuties. I don’t know what is worse a velvet padding or furry shoes; Either way, I’m dodging

Roxy’s post comes after she recently showed off her new $ 7,000 Valentino Garavani black bag on Instagram.

The studded bag has a detachable handle and detachable sliding chain strap.


The Roxy bag collection also includes Hermès Mini Kelly bags, one in pink and one in black, which cost around $ 11,800 each.

Hermès Hermès collection also includes Birkin’s ultra-rare crocodile leather, which can sell for up to $ 435,000.Previously, she took a tour of her home for $ 6.5 million of hers on her short-lived reality show I Am … Roxy! in 2019.

She bragged about her handbag wardrobe and declared: ‘People buy works of art for the walls; I buy bags!

In addition to her purse closet, Roxy’s luxurious home features a wine cellar, fully stocked with thousands of dollars worth of premium items.

The sleek black room looks more like a liquor emporium, with floor-to-ceiling shelves containing neatly organized rows of bottles.



Jacenko is the director of the Sydney-based public relations firm, Sweaty Betty PR, taking its name from the London clothing firm, Sweaty Betty, founded in 2004 when Jacenko was 24 years old.

In the past, the company had more than 70 clients, including the Peugeot, Coles Supermarkets, Oliver Peoples and Harris Scarfe brands and celebrities Maude Garrett and MasterChef Australia contestant Hayden Quinn.


In early 2010, Jacenko signed a deal with Seven Network to star in a semi-scripted reality television show called The Sweat Box (a play named after his PR agency). It was announced that the show would be similar to the American television show,

The Hills, but would focus on the wealthy eastern suburbs of Sydney. Later, in 2010, Channel Seven canceled production of the show.

In 2013, Jacenko appeared on the Australian version of The Celebrity Apprentice. His appearance was characterized by conflicts with Prue MacSween and swimmer Stephanie Rice and by accusations that he favored some teammates over others.In the season finale, Jacenko, John Steffensen, and Jeff Fenech were runners-up for Rice, who was named a Celebrity Apprentice.

In 2020, it was announced that Jacenko would be participating in the Seven Network reality show SAS Australia Jacenko was the first to leave the show.


Year Title Role Notes
2013 The Celebrity Apprentice Australia Herself TV series (runner-up)
2019 I Am…Roxy Herself Pilot episode
2020 SAS Australia Herself TV series


In 2012, Jacenko published her first book, Strictly Confidential: A Jazzy Lou Novel.It was published by Allen & Unwin and is a semi-fictional “behind the scenes” view of the public relations and fashion industries.In reviewing the book before its official release, columnist Ros Reines suggested that many of the characters were “so sparsely disguised that they almost appeared transparent”

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