Robin Swoboda Biography

Updated On Jul 10, 2019 Published On May 27, 2016
Facts of Robin Swoboda
Date of Birth: 1959
Birth Nation: United States
Name Robin Swoboda
Birth Name Robin Swoboda
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States
Ethnicity White
Profession Journalist
Hair Color Blonde
Married Yes but divorced
Married to Bryan Wagner (m. 1991–2015)
Children 3
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Cleveland Association of Broadcasters Excellence in Television Award recipient, Robin Swoboda is a news anchor and broadcast journalist from the United States. She is also well known for being an actress, radio commentator and talk show host.

Early Life, Education, Family

Robin Swoboda was born at the end of the 1950s in Saint Joseph, Missouri, the United States of America to American parents. She was also raised in Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States.

If we access Robin's personal information it can be found that she is the mother of three lovely children. She is the mother of Matthew, William, and Hallie but the name of her love is unknown. She is of white ethnicity and her nationality is American. She is now aged 57 years old. She has an average height.

As a child, Robin joined Missouri Western State College and she studied there till her high school graduation from there.

Career in Journalism

She has been pursuing her career in journalism since the early 1980s. In 1981, she joined WQAD-TV as its news anchor. She also worked for WTVJ channel 4 as its anchor and reporter.

In 1986, she began working at CBS affiliate WJW-TV 8 as its co-anchor. From 1989, she began hosting the nationally syndicated sports interview program InSport.

She worked for WJW till 1991 and then she joined NBC’s Cover to Cover as its co-host. In 2012, she played a minor role in an American superhero film The Avengers. In 2013, she appeared in the movie Made in Cleveland. Her net worth is in millions.

Marriage and Divorce with Bryan Wagner

Robin was married to her now ex-husband Bryan Wanger, a former NFL punter & placekicker. The duo married in 1991. However, the couple could not sustain their relationship and got a divorce in 2015. 

From their relationship, she also welcomed three children sons Matthew and William, daughter Hallie. She along with her children currently reside in Medina, Ohio.

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Born in Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States

1959

Robin Swoboda was born at the end of 1950s in Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States of America to American parents. She was also raised in Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States. She is of white ethnicity and her nationality is American.

Joined WQAD-TV

1981

She has been pursuing her career in journalism since the early 1980s. In 1981, she joined WQAD-TV as its news anchor. In the early 1980s, she also worked for WTVJ channel 4 as its anchor and reporter. WTVJ channel 4 is now called as NBC O&O and channel 6. 

Became the co anchor of WJW-TV 8

1986

 In 1986, she began working at CBS affiliate WJW-TV 8 as its co anchor. There she worked with Tim Taylor, Dick Goddard, and Casey Coleman. During the late 1980s, WJW was one of the top rated newscasts in Cleveland. 

Became the co host of Cover to Cover

1991

From 1989, she began hosting the nationally syndicated sports interview program InSport. She worked for WJW till 1991 and then she joined NBC’s Cover to Cover as its co host. Cover to Cover was canceled in the mid 1990s. 

Joined WEWS channel 5

1998

Robin Swoboda is a news anchor and broadcast journalist from United States. In 1996, she joined 6 p.m. newscast on WJW as its co anchor and she worked there for about two years. In 1998, she joined Cleveland ABC affiliate WEWS channel and became the host of Morning Exchange. 

Appeared in the movie, The Avengers

2012

She is also well known for being an actress, radio commentator and talk show host. In 2012, she played a minor role in an American superhero film The Avengers. In 2013, she appeared in the movie Made in Cleveland.

Won Lower Great Lakes Emmy Awards

2009

She has also been honored with several prestigious awards in her life. In 2009, she won Lower Great Lakes Emmy Awards for On Camera Talent. She won this award for being a performer, host and narrator of several shows.