Catherine Crier Biography
Catherine Crier is a popular American journalist and an author presently working as the managing partner in documentary projects, Cajole Entertainment, developing television, and film. As of now, she appears frequently as a panelist as well as a guest contributor on different news programs. Besides that, she also blogs for The Huffington Post. Catherine was elected as the state judge in Texas at the age of 30 and became the youngest elected state judge in Texas history.
Catherine Crier Age
Catherine Crier was born in the year 1954 in Dallas, Texas, United States. She is 67 years old.
Catherine Crier Height
Catherine is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Catherine Crier Family
Catherine was born in Dallas, Texas, in the United States of America to her father William Crier, and her mother Ann Crier in the year 1954. Ann was a homemaker and horse breeder while William was a banker. Catherine was raised alongside her two stunning sisters.
Catherine Crier Education
Catherine attended and graduated from Richardson High School before joining the University of Texas at Austin at the age of 16 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and international affairs. She also graduated with a Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University School of Law.
Catherine Crier Husband
Catherine got married to her hardworking husband named Christopher Wilson in 1994. Prior to marrying, Christopher, she was hitched to her ex-husband named Michael Barret. The pair exchanged their wedding vows in 1978 but they ended their relationship in a divorce in the year 1987.
Catherine Crier Salary
She receives a decent salary of $81,275 per year. This is according to Fox News managing partners’ salaries.
Catherine Crier’s Net Worth
Catherine Crier has amassed a decent fortune over the years of her work and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Catherine Crier Career
Catherine kicked off her television career in 1990 at CNN. She worked as a co-anchor for the daily show known as both the premier evening newscast, The World Today as well as Inside Politics ‘92, which followed the 1992 political process. Catherine also worked as the host of a live, half-hour news talk show known as Crier & Company.
In the show, she hosted a panel of female policy experts who analyzed famous national and international affairs. Catherine moved to ABC News as a correspondent on the network’s primetime news magazine program known as 20/20 in 1993. She received the Emmy for Outstanding Investigative Journalism for her work on “The Predators” segment in 1996.
Moreover, she worked as a regular substitute anchor and as a correspondent on World News Tonight for Peter Jennings on ABC. Besides that, Catherine served as a substitute host for Ted Koppel on Nightline. In 1996, she became part of the founding television anchors for the Fox News Channel.
She co-anchored the magazine news show known as Fox Files which aired on the parent network as well as the evening news and election coverage. Catherine joined Court TV’s team of anchors in 1999. Also, Catherine worked as Executive Editor, Legal News Specials and her show ran for six years until it was scrapped in 2007.