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Leeza Gibbons Wiki, Husband, Divorce, Boyfriend and Plastic Surgery

Updated On: 07 Jan, 2019

Leeza Gibbons Wiki, Husband, Divorce, Boyfriend and Plastic Surgery

American talk show host Leeza Gibbons becomes a household name as co-host and correspondent for Syndicated program Entertainment Tonight that she worked from 1984 to 2000. She is also famous for having her own syndicated daytime talk show named Leeza.

For the PBS show, My Generation, Leeza has been able to win the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Host in a Lifestyle or Travel program. She is also known for her book 'Take 2' which got published in 2013 and was able to be a New York Times bestseller.

Know About Leeza's Husband, Divorce, And Boyfriend!

Entertainment news journalist Leeza Gibbons has been married four times. The 'Take 2' author was at the age of 51 when she married her longtime boyfriend Steve Fenton, who was 41-year-old while exchanging the vows in an intimate ceremony on 20 April 2011. 

She and her fourth husband Steve had their wedding on the rooftop of the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Montage Hotel carried a significant history in their relationship as they inaugurated their first dating from the same place in 2009. 

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Steve is a writer and producer who had a short-lived marital relationship with Gail O'Grady from 12 August 1995 to 1996.

Leeza Gibbons and her fourth husband Steve Fenton during their seventh anniversary on 20 April 2018 (Photo: Instagram)

Leeza was first married to John Hicks in 1980, and her marital relationship with him lasted till 1982. She was again married to Christopher Quinten, a British actor from 1989 to 1991. With her second husband Quinten, she has a daughter named Jordan Alexandra (Lexi) Gibbons.

After her divorce with Quiten in 1991, she married Stephen Meadows and had two sons with him. However, with her third husband Stephen, she could not cherish their bond, and the estranged couple finalized their divorce in 2005.

How Much Is Leeza Gibbons' Net Worth?

Leeza Gibbons, age 61, is an American talk show host who relishes the net worth of $40 million. She is one of the well-known personalities who have not only an incredible income but also has a large number of fans and followers. It was not that easy for Leeza to achieve this success, she has gone through many ups and downs.

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In May 2018, the entertainment news journalist listed her West Hollywood, California house in the market for a price of $3.795 million. The residential compound situated in the area of 2,000 square feet has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, one bed, and bath guesthouse.

Further, in November 2018, Leeza spent $1.94 million for the modernized mid-1920s Spanish bungalow at West Hollywood, California. The comprehensively renovated property in West Hollywood is 1,097 square feet consisting of two bedrooms, two bathrooms along with 650-square-foot guesthouse with bath.

From the CBS affiliate (WSPA) in Greenville-Spartanburg, SC, Leeza Gibbons began her television career. She then appeared in WFAA-TV Channel 8 in Dallas-Fort Worth. Slowly and gradually, Gibbons was making her way to the success. She started to perform in many shows as host and co-host, developing her talking skills and abilities.

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For her work on children's issues, she has received the Congressional Horizon Award. Throughout her career, she has hosted many shows and has earned love and respect for her contributions. She won her first Daytime Emmy Award in 2013.

Bio, Wiki, And Plastic Surgery

Leeza Gibbons was born on 26 March 1957 in Hartsville, South Carolina. She is the daughter of Jean and Carlos Gibbons. Leeza grew in Irmo, South Carolina with her siblings; brother, Carlos Jr., and sister, Cammy. The American talk show host has a height of 5 feet 8 inches and holds white ethnicity.

There were several rumors that the veteran talk show host Leeza had undergone plastic surgery. However, as per her March 2016 interview with Scoop.it, she was afraid of things like surgery and was claustrophobic, i.e., suffering from fallacious fear of cramped places.

She attended Irmo High School and graduated from it. From the University of South Carolina's school of journalism and mass communication, she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She was the member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority and was one of the forward and favorite students, as per wiki.