Matthew Guy is an Australian politician know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary.
|Birthdate ( Age)||6 March 1974|
|Place of Birth||Greensborough, Australia|
|Spouse/Partner||Renae Stoikos (m. 2007)|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Education||La Trobe University Melbourne Campus|
|Profession||Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
Matthew Jason Guyis is an Australian politician. He has been a Liberal Party of Australia Member of the Parliament of Victoria since 2006, representing Northern Metropolitan Region in the Legislative Council (2006–2014) and Bulleen in the Legislative Assembly (2014–present). He was Leader of the Opposition in Victoria and state leader of the Liberal Party from 2014 to 2018, when he resigned the leadership after the Liberal Party’s landslide defeat in the 2018 Victorian election.
Matthew Guy Family and Parents
He is of Ukrainian descent; his maternal grandparents left the Soviet Union in 1949.He has a Bachelor of Arts in politics and history from La Trobe University and has completed postgraduate studies in Ukrainian language and culture at Monash University. Guy has said he was not ashamed to say he is a Christian.
Matthew Guy Wife
Matthew Guy is a Married man.He married with Renae Stoikos in 2007 and the couple have three children together.
Matthew Guy Net Worth
Matthew Jason Guyis an Australian politician who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021.
Prior to entering parliament, Matthew Guy was a ministerial adviser to Liberal Premier Jeff Kennett and to the Assistant Federal Treasurer, Senator Rod Kemp. He was also the chief of staff to Denis Napthine during his period as opposition leader.
He has also worked for the Victorian Farmers Federation and for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and is a member of the St Kilda Saints, the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Radio 3RRR and the National Trust of Victoria.
Guy was the Liberal candidate for Yan Yean in the 2002 Victorian state election but was not elected. At the 2006 Victorian state election he succeeded as the top candidate on the Liberal ticket for the Northern Metropolitan Region in the Victorian Upper House after which he was soon appointed as Shadow Minister for Planning.
Prior to the Brumby governments abortion law reform bill passing the parliament Guy stated that it would be a sad day if the bill became law.Guy was re-elected at the 2010 Victorian state election and was subsequently appointed as Minister for Planning.
Opposition leader — In 2014, Guy successfully contested the Legislative Assembly seat of Bulleen, although the Liberal–National coalition was defeated at the same election after just a single term in government. Former Premier Denis Napthine stood down as Liberal leader following the election loss.Guy was elected as leader of the Liberal Party in a leadership ballot contested on 4 December 2014, making him Leader of the Opposition after defeating Michael O’Brien for the position.