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Shane Moloney was born on 1953 in Hamilton, is a Writer. At 67 years old, Shane Moloney height not available right now. We will update Shane Moloney's height soon as possible.

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Shane Moloney worth at the age of 67 years old? Shane Moloney’s income source is mostly from being a successful Writer. He is from Australian. We have estimated Shane Moloney's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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In 2009, Maloney received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Crime Writers Association of Australia.


Shane Maloney was the subject of a 2005 Archibald Prize painting by artist Rick Amor.


The first two novels in the series, Stiff and The Brush Off were adapted for screen by John Clarke and shown as telemovies on the Seven Network in 2004 starring David Wenham in the lead role, as part of The Murray Whelan Series.


The Brush-Off won the Ned Kelly Award for Crime Fiction in 1997 and was shortlisted for the Premiers Literary Award as well as being set as an English text for Victorian secondary students.


Maloney was educated at Christian Brothers' College, St Kilda. He started writing after studying politics and Asian history at the Australian National University. He has worked in a wide range of situations, having held the positions of: Director of the Melbourne Comedy Festival (1987–1989), Cultural Director of Melbourne's Olympic bid and swimming pool lifeguard.


The six titles in the Murray Whelan crime thriller series (Stiff,The Brush-Off, Nice Try, The Big Ask, Something Fishy and most recently Sucked In) all feature the eponymous Murray Whelan, initially as a Labor Party staffer who provides support to a Victorian State Government minister but later as a member of the Victorian State parliament. The novels are ordered chronologically and follow Whelan's progression through the Labor Party's ranks during the late 1980s and early 1990s at a time when the Labor Party was in power at both a federal and state level in Victoria.


Shane Maloney (born 1953) born in Hamilton, Victoria is a Melbourne author best known as the creator of the Murray Whelan series of crime novels.