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Hardy started a left-wing political apparel brand with designer Sara-Jane Chase called Polichicks in 2003.
In 2005, Hardy co-wrote and produced a 22-episode drama series for the Seven Network called Last Man Standing. The series struggled to gain ratings for its prime-time slot and was cancelled after one series.
Hardy co-hosted Melbourne's 3RRR radio show Best of the Brat on Tuesday nights from April 1996 to December 2007, under the pseudonym Holly C. The show was known as "the most immature show on Australian radio". Almost immediately following her departure from RRR, in January 2008 she began co-hosting the breakfast show on Triple J, the ABC's youth radio station, with Robbie Buck and Lindsay "The Doctor" McDougall. In December 2009, Hardy announced she was leaving Triple J to concentrate on her writing career.
Since 2008, Hardy has written 11 episodes of Packed to the Rafters, starting with the third episode of the first series. She has written episodes for every series up to the fourth.
Hardy formerly penned a blog called Reasons You Will Hate Me under the pseudonym "Ms Fits" which won a Bloggie award for Best Australia/New Zealand blog in 2008.
She wrote commentary columns for The Age newspaper's "Green Guide" TV section ("Back Chat") and "Life & Style" ("formally A2") section, as well a contributing to Frankie magazine. She resigned from the "Green Guide" in November 2009 due to other writing commitments.
After leaving Triple J in 2010, Hardy returned to television writing, working on the Comedy Channel advertising industry sitcom 30 Seconds.
Since 2010, she and writer Michaela McGuire have co-hosted the popular international literary public event Women of Letters, in which five or six women read letters they have written on a set theme.
In October 2010, an article on the Liberal Party politician Christopher Pyne written by Hardy on the ABC The Drum blog site was withdrawn on the grounds that it "failed to meet the standards for argument and well-thought opinion". A public apology was issued to Pyne by The Drum editor Jonathan Green "for both the attack and for its deeply personal nature".
In 2011, with Kirsty Fisher, she co-created and co-wrote a six-part TV series Laid for the ABC.
Hardy signed a two book deal with publishers Allen & Unwin, and the first of those books, You'll Be Sorry When I'm Dead, was published in 2011. She began working on the second, a novel, in 2012.
In August 2017, it was announced that Hardy would join the annual Melbourne Writers Festival as the event's Artistic Director. She resigned from her three-year contract, with effect December 2019.
Currently, Marieke Hardy is 46 years, 8 months and 12 days old. Marieke Hardy will celebrate 47th birthday on a Friday 26th of May 2023. Below we countdown to Marieke Hardy upcoming birthday.