Bill Hemmer is a news anchor in the United States. He is best known as a Fox News Channel journalist and co-anchor of America’s Newsroom. He is also well-known for his work as a CNN reporter and anchor from 1995 to 2005.
Early Life of Bill Hemmer
Bill was born William George Hemmer on November 14, 1964, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to North American parents.
He is the son of William R. Hemmer and Georganne M. Knittle. William, his father, is the vice president of a mattress company, and Georganne, his mother, is a former high school teacher.
He has four sisters and one brother. His mother wanted him to be a priest when he was younger, and his passion was to travel. His parents have been significant influences in his life.
He attended Our Lady of Victory Catholic Parochial School and Elder High School in Cincinnati for his education. He graduated from Miami University in Oxford with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism.
He also attended Delta Tau Delta and the Miami University Dolibois European Center in Luxembourg City, where he studied European history and politics.
What is the Net Worth and Salary of Bill Hemmer?
His professional success has paid off handsomely. His annual salary is approximately $400 thousand, and his net worth is estimated to be $3 million. He currently lives a lavish lifestyle.
Who is Bill Hemmer Dating Currently?
Bill Hemmer is currently not in a relationship.
He previously dated Dara Tomanovich, a Canadian model and actress, beginning in 2005. However, in 2013, they began to have disagreements and eventually divorced.
What is Bill Hemmer’s height?
Bill stands 5 feet 9 inches tall. His hair and eyes are both browns.
Professional Career of Bill Hemmer
When he was in high school, he and a friend started a radio show that played fifteen minutes of music before class. He worked as a radio disc jockey for Miami jazz stations WMUB-FM and WOXY-FM during college before taking an internship at Cincinnati’s NBC affiliate.
Later, he began working on sports production at WLWT-TV, where he discovered his love for live television. He was offered a position as a sports producer at WLWT-TV before moving on to WCPO-TV as the weekend sports anchor.
He joined CNN and has hosted a variety of shows including American Morning, CNN Tonight, CNN Morning News, and CNN Live Today. He joined Fox News in 2005 after working for around ten years. He traveled around the world for Fox News, covering various types of news.