Adam Housley :: Biography
Adam Housley was born on August 13, 1972 as Arthur Adam Housley. He is an American television personality and currently works for the Fox News Channel as a senior correspondent based on Los Angles. He joined the network on 2001 and has been with it ever since. He is known for covering many important news events.
He was born in Napa, California, United States. He went to Pepperdine University and has a double bachelor’s degree one in political science and the other in telecommunications. During his time at Pepperdine, he played on the National Champion College World Series Baseball Team in 1992. He received his master’s degree in International Security in 2014 from the University of Arizona. He was also a two time media fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Not much information is available about his childhood and family. His religion and ancestry is also not known.
He started his career with KVON-KVYN radio in Napa, California as a reporter developing and producing newscasts. Then, he became a live reporter for KCPM-TV, a NBC affiliate in Chico California in 1997. He worked there for around year and won the California Department of Forestry Award. After that, he joined KFTY-TV, Santa Rosa, California as the lead reporter. He worked there from 1998 to 2000. In 1999 he worked at KTXL-TV, a Fox affiliate in Sacramento, California as a reporter. In 2001, he was welcomed to the Fox Network. His best work includes the coverage of the Copiapó mining accident in 2010, the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, his recent live reporting on the shooting at Los Angeles Airport, live coverage from the San Francisco Airport about the aftermath of the fatal crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214, coverage on wildfire in Waldo Canyon, Colorado in 2012. He has covered over 45 stories from the Mexico and southern border and six hurricanes. Being a fluent Latin speaker he has worked for eight Latin American countries. Before being involved in the television career, he was a professional baseball player. He played for Detroit Tigers and Milwaukee Brewers minor league organizations and played baseball during his college life too.
About his personal life, he married Tamera Mowry on May 15, 2011. His wife is an actress best known for her role in Sister, Sister. Their marriage was a hot item on the social media. He was criticized for the interracial marriage since he is white and his wife is half black. He has strongly defended his marriage and does not hesitate to support interracial relationships. Despite the backlash, they are going strong in their marriage and have been spared of rumors of their separation or divorce. The couple has a child, a son, named Aden. He is also the president of his family’s Century Oak Winery, Lodi, California.
His hard work over the years has made him a millionaire and he now has an estimated net worth of $3 million. His exact salary by the Fox network has not been disclosed yet, but it can be assumed to be quite high that makes a good contribution to his total net worth. Even at the age of 41, he is still delivering the best possible and has left no room for complaints. His great height matches his personality and he looks good as he appears on TV with important news to cover. He is an active user of his Twitter account. He frequently updates his account with tweets about posts recent news and events during the day and sometimes about his personal life too. He can also be found on Facebook. He serves as the source of inspiration for many people. More information on him is available on his biographies in Wikipedia and the official Fox News Channel’s website.