Alisyn Camerota Biography
Alisyn Camerota (Alisyn Lane Camerota) is a famous American broadcast journalist, political commentator, and anchor of CNN’s morning show New Day. Additionally, she co-hosts CNN Newsroom from 2-4 pm with Victor Blackwell. Before, she was an anchor of CNN’s morning show New Day and a presenter at Fox News.
Alisyn Camerota Age|Birthday
Camerota is 56 years old as of 2022. Additionally, she was born on born June 21, 1966, in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, United States of America.
Alisyn Camerota Height |weight
Camerota has an approximated height of 5 feet 3 inches (1.6 meters) tall. Besides, she has a body weight of 52 kilograms (115 lbs.)
Alisyn Camerota Family
Camerota was born and raised together with her only brother who is an abdominal surgeon. However, She has not revealed details about her parent’s names or their careers in the public.
Alisyn Camerota Husband
Camerota is married Tim Lewis (an investor and has served in leadership position for two decades)
since 2002. Additionally, they are blessed with fraternal twin daughters who were conceived via in-vitro fertilization in 2005(Alessandra Lewis, Nathaniel Lewis) and a son (Francesca Lewis) born in 2007.
Alisyn Camerota Infertility
Camerota struggled with infertility for a period of three years. After undergoing several treatments and four IVF cycles, she eventually gave birth to twin girls and later surprisingly gave birth to a son without any treatments at all.
Alisyn Camerota CNN
However, she joined CNN in 2014 after that station and CNN International announced on July 14, 2014, that she would be joining the CNN news team to work as a TV anchor.
Additionally, she co-anchored on CNN’s New Day the morning of Friday, July 25, 2014, and Monday, August 25, 2014. Furthermore, in 2015 she became a permanent co-anchor of New Day. After being added to the program, New Day’s viewership has increased by a percentage of 9%.
Moreover, she has been at the forefront of many pressing news events, such as the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Brussels terror attacks, the Paris and the Parkland school shooting, as well as interviewing the Parkland student survivors hours after the massacre. Besides, she is a representatives of the National Rifle Association (NRA).
Alisyn Camerota Fox News
Prior to moving to Fox, she served at a number of different stations, such as WHDH in Boston and WTTG in Washington D.C., and for America’s Most Wanted. Furthermore, she worked on Ted Koppel’s primetime documentaries at Koppel Communications.
Moreover, she started co-hosting America’s News Headquarters, with Bill Hemmer on September 30, 2013. Additionally, she co-hosted Fox & Friends Weekend along with Clayton Morris and Dave Briggs.
Later, her final broadcast on that program was September 28, 2013. In addition, she began her own blog on the Fox & Friends page on Fox News Channel’s website known as, In The Greenroom in October 2007. In addition, Fox & Friends started an Internet-only segment called, The After the Show Show in November 2007.
Furthermore, this segment features Fox & Friends anchors of Brian Kilmeade, Gretchen Carlson, and Steve Doocy, and sometimes together with earlier guests or crew members from the cable show and as well a toy monkey at the end of the Internet segment.
Besides, it is done live after the main while, America’s Newsroom is shown on the cable channel.Furthermore, the videos are available later on the Fox & Friends page on Fox News Channel’s website. Prior to her maternity leave, she as well was a co-host of the weekend edition of the same program, besides her regularly appearing on the Friday edition of Fox & Friends 1st. Additionally, she has been a guest panelist on Fox News late-night satire show Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld.
Alisyn Camerota Education
Camerota attended American University School of Communication where she graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Alisyn Camerota Net worth| Salary
Camerota has an average net worth of $8.5 million approximately that she gets from her career as an American television news anchor. In addition, she receives an annual salary of $3 million. Furthermore, in 2021 she moved to a new role co-hosting CNN’s weekday afternoon.