Bill weir is the renowned American journalist and correspondent for CNN and the creator and host for the documentary series ‘The Wonder List With Bill Weir’. He started his career as a general assignment reporter and end of the week sportscaster at KAAL in the ABC subsidiary. And then he became an anchor at WLUK in Greenbay. He has worked in many broadcasting channels for many years.
Currently, Bill is married to Kelly. Before Kelly, he was seen with a legal advisor, Alisha Weir. Although they are not together anymore, they have a little girl together named Olivia. Well, the media is giving much interest in his love life.
|Birthday||December 19, 1967|
|Height||5 feet 10 inches (178 cm)|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
10 Facts on Bill Weir
- Bill Weir was born on the 19th of December in 1967. His age is 52 years as of 2020.
- He was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. So, he belongs to an American nationality.
- Who is he married to? As mentioned already, Bill Weir is married to Kelly Dowd. According to cnncommentary.com, the couple gave birth to a healthy child, River. They were delighted because that’s definitely good news for the family.
- Bill Weir’s Wife Kelly wrote on Instagram that she has been separated from Weir because of the COVID-19 hospital precautionary measures.
- Bill has earned a huge fortune from his professional career working as a journalist and television anchor. His estimated net worth in 2020 is estimated to be around $3 million and his annual salary is $750 thousand according to celebritynetworth.com.
- He is actively available on social media like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with a good fan following.
- According to Wikipedia, Bill’s parents were separated or divorced when he was a child. Nonetheless, he hasn’t clearly mentioned his sibling’s details on the internet.
- Bill stands at a decent height of 5 feet 10 inches (178 cm) tall. While his body weight and body estimations are unknown according to healthyton.com.
- He completed his master’s degree in journalism and creative writing from Pepperdine University.
- He joined ABC News where he covered breaking and global trends such as economic fluctuation of India and China, signatures features on Good Morning America in 2004.