Sally-Ann Roberts is a TV journalist and an anchor from the United States. She is best known for being an anchorwoman for WWL-TV. She is also famous for being the co-anchor of the Eyewitness Morning News. She is an author of several books and is also known for being a motivational speaker.
Multi-talented lady, Sally-Ann Roberts was born on 14th February 1953 in Chandler, Arizona, United States of America to Lucimarian Tolliver and Lawrence E. Roberts. She was born and raised in a middle-class family. She is of African and American descent.
Her nationality is America and she is of mixed ethnicity.
Sally was born and raised in Chandler, Arizona. There she completed her high school graduation. After that, she joined The University of Southern Mississippi and she finally graduated from there in 1974.
In 1977, Sally got married for the first time in her life. She got married to Willie Craft. As a husband and wife, they welcomed a son named Jeremiah Craft. They were strongly bonded into this married life but this married life came to an end in 2002 as Willie Craft died on 27th of November 2002.
After Sally's first husband Willie Craft died at the end of 2002, she remained a single life for several years and then in 2007, she got married to Ron Nabonne for the second time in her life. She was aged 54 during that year. They are still together as a married couple.
Career and net worth
She has been pursuing her professional career since 1974. In 1977, she joined WWL-TV and she began serving them as their anchorwoman.
She is also well known for being an anchor of Eyewitness Morning News.
As an actress she has appeared in movies like Dead Man Walking, starring Susan Sarandon, R. Lee Ermey, and Sean Penn, Runway Jury, featuring Rachel Weisz and Dustin Hoffman, and Storyville, to name some.
In 1998, she authored her first book Going Live: An Anchorwoman Reports Good News.
Her net worth is unknown. The salary of an actress in the US is said to be $70,00 per year while a journalist earns somewhere between $25,500-$71,900 yearly.