Janice Dean is known as a Canadian weather reporter. She is most famous for her work on Fox and Friends.
Janice Dean was born on May 9, 1970, in Toronto, Canada. She attended Algonquin College.
Janice Dean got married to an NYC fire department member in 2007. She has two children from their marriage. She had her first child in 2009. She talked a lot about how good it was to be on camera, even when she was visibly pregnant. She thanked her husband for helping her balance her work and home life. Though her schedule was strict, there were a few emergencies like storms or hurricanes, during which she was required to be on screen, when she was summoned. During those times, he would stand as her backup and took care of all the responsibilities at home.
When asked about her partner, Sean, she said that he is a very understanding person. When he asked her to marry him, it was a very huge moment in her life. They both have never been married before.
Her husband. Sean is not very active in the media. He is seen with her during home interviews and segments. They have posted their wedding pictures and she is very proud to say that she is married to a fireman and is a proud mom of two boys.
Janice Dean is known as the ‘weather machine’ and ‘weather queen’. She is the senior meteorologist at Fox. She started her career as a disc jockey and rose through the ranks as a reporter before finally landing at her post as a weather girl. She said that she was more comfortable with radio programs than TV when she as just starting out. Dean worked at a few radio stations in Canada and the United States, including Imus in the Morning, CHEZ-FM, and WCBS-TV.
Janice now often appears on the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network, and also fills in for Fox News Live when required.
In 2005, Janice Dean was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She thought her life was over. A multiple sclerosis diagnosis brought thoughts of wheelchairs and misery. Dean fought hard didn't allow the immune system diseases to subvert her future. Before she went to the doctor, she felt some baffling side effects including overpowering exhaustion, deadness in her thighs, and loss of feeling on the bottoms of her feet. At first, she attributed her side effects to a bustling year covering Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, which hit the Gulf Coast in 2005.
When she was diagnosed with MS, her husband was there with her throughout the process giving her support and telling her not to be afraid of the disease. She also talked about how supportive her employers were. When she told them about the seriousness of the disease, the chairman asked what would be the worst-case scenario of her condition. She said that she might have to use a wheelchair. He replied that he would build ramps for her and anything else that would help her feel comfortable.
|Birth Date:||9 May, 1970|
|Net Worth 2020:||4 million|
|Net Worth 2021:||4 million|