Sam Champion Married, Wedding, Husband, Gay, Salary and Net Worth
|Date of Birth||August 13, 1961|
|Age||58 Years 7 Month(s)|
|Husband/Spouse||Rubem Robierb (m. 2012)|
|Net Worth||$10 Million (Estimated)|
|Salary||$1.5 Million Per Year|
|Social Media||Facebook, Twitter, Instagram|
|Education||Fairfax High School (1979), Eastern Kentucky University|
|Parents||James H. Champion, Sylvia Champion|
The veteran weather anchor, best known for a 25-year long career with ABC flagship WABC-TV and Good Morning America, Samuel James champion, popularly known as Sam champion is weather anchor and Television host currently working for the Weather Channel.
With the long-term service in the media field, Sam has covered the weather forecast of various regions along with several educational shows related to wildlife conservation.
Know About Sam Champion's Net Worth
Sam Champion accumulates his net worth from his professional career in media and journalism. He has served as a weather anchor for many news channels including WABC-TV and Good Morning America.
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Sam Champion's net worth stands around 10.5 Million USD. He joined the ABC News for a whopping salary of 1.5 Million USD per year. After his switch to The Weather Channel, his salary is believed to have raised multiple folds. He has definitely piled up on his net worth since then.
He started his career at WPSD-TV in Paducah, Kentucky. He then moved to WJKS which was later known as WCWJ in Jacksonville, Florida. He later took the job as the weather forecaster for WABC-TV in 1988. He later joined Good Morning America in 2004. He hosted a program called Sea Rescue which was an educational show relating the rescue, rehabilitation and releasing animals back in wildlife.
After that, he switched his job from ABC to The Weather Channel where he assumed the post of Managing Editor. He hosts his own morning show at The Weather Channel titled America’s Morning Headquarters. The show debuted on March 17th, 2014. He later became part of new primetime show 23.5 degrees with Sam champion. He served at ABC for more than 25 years where he covered the weather forecast of several regions.
After four years, he returned to ABC Channel for the weather news for a few months in January 2018 as Ginger Zee was on maternity leave.
Gay Talks; Same-Sex Marriage
Although his sexuality was well known among his friends and colleagues, he revealed that he was gay in October 2012. He also announced that he was set to get married to his partner. As promised, Sam reportedly got engaged with his long-time partner, Rubem Robierb in October 2012, who is a native Brazilian photographer.
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And after a couple of months of their engagement, the duo shared their wedding vows in December 2012. Their wedding party was held at his apartment with an official ceremony. Being a married couple, they have not only relished the blissful bond but also immense honor and respect for the support of LGBTQ rights and dignity. The couple stands as one of the pioneers for same-sex marriage.
Sam Champion with his partner, Rubem Robierb (Photo: Sam's Instagram)
As of now, the couple relishes the happy life together. The couple also doesn't forget to portray their love and care which reflects the true and versatile relationship among themselves. The duo also accompanies each other on several occasions.
Sam was honored by National LGBTQ Task Force for not just being a gay role model but also for being a journalist in 2018. He has also received the National Leadership Award.
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Born in 1961, in Paducah, Kentucky, the United States, Sam Champion celebrates his birthday on 13 August. He belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. He pursued his education from Fairfax High School in Fairfax, Virginia, and graduates in 1979. Later, he attended Eastern Kentucky University where he earned the degree in Bachelors in Arts in Broadcast News.
Sam's father was a lieutenant colonel in the U.S Marine Corps.