Juan Williams is a well-known author and TV journalist from the United States. He is also famous for being a political analyst for Fox News Channel. He is mainly popular for being an author of the book Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965.
Juan Williams' early life and education
Juan Williams was born in Colon, Panama as Juan Antonio Williams to Alma Geraldine Williams and Rogelio Williams. He is an American and is of Panamanian descent.
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At a young age, Juan moved to the United States with his parents. There he attended Oakwood Friends School where he was active in several sports like baseball and basketball.
He also served an editor of the student paper. He graduated from there in 1972 and then he joined Haverford College with a major in philosophy. He finally earned his baccalaureate from there in 1976.
Juan Williams' career
Following his graduation, Juan Williams joined The Washington Post and he remained there till 1999. While he was there, he served in several posts like editorial writer, op-ed columnist, and White House correspondent.
In the early 1990s, he was also accused of several sexual harassment charges. In 1997, he joined Fox News. He also worked at National Public Radio (NPR) as a senior news analyst for about a decade.
Juan also published several books since 1988.
Juan Williams' married life
On 1st of July 1978, Juan got married to Susan Delise. It’s been about three and a half decades they have been married and there is not a single day that they thought about divorce.
He is happy to have her as his loving wife and he has not been involved in any king of extra affairs. He is the father of three children.
Juan Williams' net worth
His net worth is said to be around 2 million dollars which he accumulated from his career in news channels.
The salary of a FOX News journalist is said to be $74,000, which is part of Juan's net worth.
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