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Liz Gunn

Birthday: , 1959 (65 years)

HomeTown: Amsterdam, North-Holland, New Zealand

Elizabeth Jane Cooney aka Liz Gunn is a New Zealand TV presenter and politician who is known as the leader of the New Zealand Loyal Party, a group associated with anti-vaccination activism and conspiracy theories. Born on , 1959, Liz Gunn hails from Amsterdam, New Zealand. As in 2024, Liz Gunn's age is 65 years. Check below for more deets about Liz Gunn. This page will put a light upon the Liz Gunn bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name Liz Gunn
Real Name Elizabeth Jane Cooney
Profession(s) Politician, TV Presenter,
Birthday , 1959
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Age 65 years
Gender Female
Birthplace Amsterdam, New Zealand
Hometown Amsterdam, North-Holland, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand


Parents Father: Not Available
Mother: Not Available
Sibling(s) Brother(s): Not Available
Sister(s): Not Available

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Family and Personal Life

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Liz Gunn Trivia

  • Liz Gunn was born in Amsterdam, New Zealand.
  • Liz Gunn’s birth sign is Capricorn.
  • She is recognized as the leader of the New Zealand Loyal Party, a group known for its anti-vaccination activism and conspiracy theories.
  • Liz was a litigation lawyer prior to becoming involved in these movements. She made her television debut in 1992 when she appeared on the TVNZ show Sunday.
  • She had notable roles on television, including being the first Breakfast newsreader in 1997 and eventually co-hosting with Mike Hosking in 2001.
  • Liz unexpectedly resigned from her co-hosting position during the year’s final episode. Liz began broadcasting on Radio New Zealand at the same time.
  • Her contributions expanded even further, with Holmes reporting and 1 News newsreading.
  • After leaving the television industry, she moved to Australia in 2002, only to return to New Zealand ten years later.
  • Upon her return, Liz returned to Radio New Zealand, where she worked until 2016.
  • She followed a different path in the 2020s, becoming a prominent figure in New Zealand’s anti-vaccination movement, promoting conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Liz was prominently involved in the 2022 protests that occupied the grounds of New Zealand’s parliament.
  • In February 2023, she was arrested at Auckland Airport for a scuffle with a security guard. She was charged with assault, trespass, and resisting arrest, but she pled not guilty and was released on bail.
  • Her court appearance in June was canceled due to illness.
  • In June 2023, Liz announced the formation of a new political party, New Zealand Loyal, focusing on various conspiracy theories and ideologies.
  • The party participated in the 2023 New Zealand general election but received only 1.16% of the party vote, falling short of having any elected representatives.

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