Who is Natalie Gruzlewski?
Gruzlewski is of Polish ancestry and spent his childhood on the Gold Coast in Queensland.
After graduating high school, Gruzlewski enrolled at Griffith University to pursue a degree in journalism. Her professional life started on the Gold Coast, where Natalie hosted a beach and surf conditions program for Prime Television called Surf TV.
Natalie began her career in the media industry in 1999 when the Nine Network hired her to provide the weather on the Nine Gold Coast News bulletin. During the 2002–2003 season of The NRL Footy Show, she became known across the country with the moniker "Lady Luck."
In 2004, Gruzlewski became a full-time broadcaster of the travel show Getaway, which is broadcast on the Nine Network. In addition, she was the host of the reality series "The Farmer Wants a Wife."
Natalie stepped in for Leila McKinnon on Weekend Today in October 2009 when she was away for the month on vacation. She was given the position of weather presenter on Nine News Sydney from Monday through Thursday in February of 2010.
In addition to that, Natalie also filed lifestyle and entertainment stories for Nine News. Gruzlewski took over for Paul Burt as the weather presenter on Nine Gold Coast News in September 2013, shortly after being recruited to the position. In October of 2014, she handed in her resignation from her job at the Nine Network.