Everything We Know About Fiona Looney’s Husband, Steve Lindsey

The Irish writer has gained fame through her writings. Find out everything about Fiona Looney and her husband. 

Fiona Looney is an Irish media personality, dramatist, and screenwriter.  She started her career as a writer, for an Irish political music magazine, Hot Press, before beginning her career with BBC Radio in London in 1990.

She had also contributed to the show called The Gerry Ryan Show  RTÉ 2fm until the death of Garry Ryan in 2010. She was also a regular contributor to the tropical comedy show The Panel.

She writes for a magazine called ‘Woman’s Way’ and is a long-time columnist for ‘The Irish Daily Mail’.

Looney made headlines when she won her molestation case against Max Clifford. She has spoken about having been sexually exploited on two occasions, while as a child and as a young adult.

Who Is Fiona Looney Husband Steve Lindsey?

Fiona Looney is married to her husband, Steve Lindsey. Steve is a music producer who has worked with artists such as Leonard Cohen, Celine Deon, and Elton John.

The marriage date of the couple has not been revealed. They have been living happily with each other and their family.

On their social media accounts, they have been sharing photos of one another.

Fiona Looney Husband Age And Children

The age of Fiona’s husband Steve is unknown as they have not shared anything about it.

There is no information on him, his hometown, and his date of birth. Fiona seems to be around 50-60 years old.

Fiona and her husband have three children together. Their eldest, Ciara Looner, was born in 1997. Their second child, Cia Looney, was born in the year 1999 and the youngest, Uainain, was born in 2001.

Fiona regularly posts photos of her children on her Instagram handle.

Fiona Looney Net Worth

As of 2022, the net worth of the Irish columnist is around $1.5 million. She has accumulated wealth from her work as a columnist and a writer.

She has written television shows like ‘The Panel’, ‘The Fast Show’, ‘Play Next Door’, ‘No Limits’, ‘You Are A Star’, and ‘This Is Ireland’ as a screenwriter.

She has also written a book called ‘Misadventures in Motherhood: Life with The Small Girl, The Boy And The Toddler’ in 2005.

The columnist is also a playwright. She has written plays, and her debut play called Dandelions was a commercial success that focused on the life of women on the suburban island.

Fiona’s hard work surely has paid off as she is successfully running her career.