John Roberts is a Canadian-American television journalist who currently serves as the co-anchor of America Reports on the Fox News Channel. From 2017 to 2021, Roberts served as Fox News' Chief White House Correspondent, covering Donald Trump's administration. John Roberts was born on November 15, 1956, in Toronto, Ontario. He was primarily raised in Mississauga; he attended Erindale Secondary School and then Lorne Park Secondary School. He graduated in 1978 from the University of Toronto Mississauga. John Roberts worked at a local radio station during his college years, the CFRE–FM station in Mississauga.
John Roberts' first marriage to his ex-wife, Michele, was not successful and ended in 2008. On April 25, 2010, Roberts announced his engagement to Kyra Phillips, the CNN television anchor whom he later married. The couple had twin children on March 15, 2011, and they named them Sage Ann and Kellan Clay. In August 2016, he faced a sexual harassment lawsuit while working at Fox News, as Andrea Tantaros claimed that Roberts, Bill O'Reilly, and Scott Brown had sexually harassed her.
In 1975, John Roberts got his first job as a reporter and news anchor for CFOS in Owen Sound, Ontario. His next job was for CHYM, where he worked as a disc jockey and newsman. After that, in 1977, John worked for CJBK, a radio station in London, Ontario. He then moved back to Toronto to work in the Top-40 powerhouse CHUM, and he further worked as a DJ in the evening shows. In 1979, John stopped working on the radio to work as an entertainment reporter and host with Jeanne Beker. They teamed up at a news magazine focused on music called "The NewMusic," which was a pioneer in its genre and opened the way for MTV. He kept working on this program on CITY-TV until 1985. While working as a video jockey at CITY-TV, Roberts became popularly known as J.D. Roberts amongst his music fans. Roberts worked as an anchor for multiple shows, including the TV music show "Toronto Rocks" on MuchMusic's TV music channel. He hosted many programs, including a heavy metal music video show called "The Power Hour." In 1984, when the network launched "MuchMusic," John Roberts and Christopher Ward were the first personalities.
|Birth Date:||27 Jan, 1955|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Education:||Harvard Law School
La Lumiere School
|Description:||Chief Justice of the United States|
|Spouse:||Jane Sullivan Roberts|
|Net Worth 2020:||4.2 million|