Susan Hendricks Husband, Divorce, Legs, Salary and Net Worth

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Susan Hendricks Husband, Divorce, Legs, Salary and Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth/Birthday August 29, 1973
Age 45 Years 10 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession/Occupation News Anchor
Working For/Engaged On HLN Now in America
Husband/Spouse Robin Fowler
Married Yes
Divorced Not Yet
Boyfriend/Dating Not Yet
Gay/Lesbian No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth $5 Million Dollars
Height/Tall 1.70 m
Weight N/A
Children/Kids Not Yet
Body Measurements 34-24-34 inches (approx.)

Susan Hendricks is an American TV anchor and news reporter who works for the CNN. She was born on the 29th of August, 1973 (her current age is 41 years old) in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America. 

Her parents were William John Hendricks and Marie Hendricks who belonged to a middle-class family. Susan being the eldest of two daughters couldn’t have the best to grow up with.

Her childhood wasn’t very smooth, and the family had big problems at times. She wanted to be an actress as a child and at Hun School of Princeton, where she studied, took active participation in drama classes. She was also a very accomplished ballet dancer and was good in her studies.

After graduation, she had to work for some time, and so her dream of being an actress was not encouraging. She got into a scholarship program at Arizona State University in mass communication.

She had to be convinced that a TV reporter would be on the TV all the time and that people would see her read. Then she got interested and said that she wanted to be a television reporter/ journalist.

A Christian by birth, she follows her religion. She was born to American parents and thus is an American herself by nationality. She belongs to white ethnicity.

Susan is not a very tall woman. Her height is only 5 feet and 7 inches which are about a 170 cm tall. It is an average height for a woman, although not the greatest. But she has a charming face and a lovely smile.

She has got the bright blue eye and blonde hair with all the charms that she possesses. Maybe it was the reason along with her confidence, which took her so high and fast. Starting her career with Comcast cable at Orange County in California, she moved on to Palm Spring and began working for KESQ-TV.

There, she got the chance to start working on fields and cover the most happening news as well. She was recruited by KAMIR-TV, where she had an easier task and that was to be the anchor of a morning show for two hours.

Her show was going good, and she was earning money, but not everybody was happy with her work. A little politics by her co-worker to pull her down worked fine, and she was fired by her boss.

In such a difficult point, she was asked to host the weekend shows by HLN networks at their head office in Atlanta. It was a great offer for Susan, and she took the job until CNN hired her.

With CNN, she covered stories like the flood in Atlanta, the death of President Ronald Reagan, Hurricane Katrina and the capture of Saddam Hussein. Hendricks also interviewed several high profile personalities, from Law makers to politicians and actors too.

She is very hot, and there are many of her sexy pictures on the internet. She has got good height, nice shaped body and long and perfect legs.

You can also see many of her sexy pictures on Instagram, in which she has posed in a bikini and short clothes. She has been married to her husband Robin Fowler now for more than seven years.

Prior to her marriage, she used to have affairs and to date with many handsome guys. She has a list of boyfriends, but after her marriage, she is committed to him.

There is no news of any external affairs of either of them, and their healthy marriage seems to take no turn down the road of divorce. They don’t have any children yet.

She is a famous personality, and her fans can stay updated with her on Facebook and Twitter. She is rich and has a net worth of about 5 million USD, although her monthly salary is unknown.

You can read more about her biography on Wikipedia and other sites.


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