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Alisyn Camerota CNN, Salary, Net Worth, Husband, Family, Height

Published On: 21 Sep, 2018

Alisyn Camerota CNN, Salary, Net Worth, Husband, Family, Height

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota has a knack of a specialty in crime reporting and has emphasized on 'America’s Most Wanted.' The two-time Emmy Award-nominated American journalist has interviewed the heinous criminals, child molesters, and serial rapist. For her dangerous work, FBI has awarded her honorary and captured dozens of outlaws.

During Alisyn's broadcasting journey, she covered Iraq War, space shuttle Columbia incident and other notable stories. The American journalist emerged as the CNN forefront and conducted interviews with the Democratic and Republican nominees during 2016 Presidental election campaigns.

How Much Is Alisyn Camerota's Salary And Net Worth?

Alisyn, 52, relishes the net worth of $7.5 million as an American journalist. According to Glassdoor, the salary for CNN reporter ranges between the amount of £45K to £48K, and they gather £2K as a cash bonus. Alisyn, who is working on CNN since July 2014, is collecting some lucrative amount of payrolls.

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During her prolific tenure, the two time Emmy Award-nominated journalist worked at various stations like WHDH, WTTG, and 20th television. She co-hosted America's News Headquarters on FOX and worked 16 years for Fox News Edge. While she worked for FOX, Alisyn claimed that the network’s former president, Roger Ailes sexually harassed her. 

In July 2014, Alisyn joined CNN news team and co-anchored 'News Day.' She became a permanent co-anchor of CNN's 'News Day' in 2015. She authored a novel called Amanda Wakes Up, based on her 25 years stint for the news business.

Three Kids With Husband Despite Infertility Issues

Alisyn is married to an investment manager named Timothy Lewis since 2002. Her husband Tim is a partner of Southfield Capital, which is based in Greenwich, Connecticut. He has over two decades experience as a private equity investor and excels his work as the management consultant.

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The CNN anchor and her husband Tim are the parents of their three children Alessandra, Francesca, and Nathaniel. The couple welcomed their twins daughter Francesca and Alessandra in 2005 and their son Nathaniel in 2007.

Alisyn Camerota and her husband, Timothy Lewis with their three kids in 2011 (Photo: dailymail.co.uk)

Alisyn had also undergone infertility issues. After she and her husband Tim choose in vitro fertilization (IVF), the journalist got pregnant twice, but unfortunately, her pregnancy ended in miscarriage. During an interview with Self Magazine, she talked about her infertility and said,

I bought an ovulation kit and realized that I wasn’t ovulating. I went to the doctor, who said I had hypothalamic dysfunction. My hypothalamus wasn’t kicking my cycle into gear, so I wasn’t producing enough estrogen to ovulate or get my period. I would get my period very sporadically—several times a year—certainly not every 28 days.

Nevertheless, after her fourth IVF cycle, she welcomed twins and became surprised when the journalist became pregnant with her son. She realized about her pregnancy of Nathaniel after 16 weeks of conception. Despite her infertility, Alisyn is now the mother-of-three, who yields a great bond with her husband, Tim.

Short Bio

Born as Alisyn Elaine Camerota on 21 June 1966, she is a native of Shrewsbury, New Jersey. Alisyn stands at the height of 1.6 m (5 feet 3 inches) and holds American nationality.

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Along with Alisyn's long legs, her feet drapes on the shoe size of 7 US. Her parents have ties towards Italy as she holds Italian descent. In her family, she has a brother who is an abdominal surgeon and two older sisters.

At the age of 51, the CNN anchor published her first novel Amanda Wakes Up. The journalist graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from the School of Communication of the American University.