Rosemary Church Biography
Rosemary Church is an Australian Journalist who currently working as a CNN International news anchor and reporter in Atlanta. Rosemary anchors the 2 to 4 a.m. ET edition of CNN Newsroom and she officially joined the station in Aug 1998.
Prior to CNN, she served in news and current affairs as a Senior News Anchor and Journalist at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for 7 years.
Rosemary Church Age
Rosemary Church was born on Nov 10, 1962, in Belfast, Northern Ireland in the U K. She is 59 years of age.
Rosemary Church Height
Rosemary is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.71 meters).
Rosemary Church Family
She was born to her Parents in 1962 in Belfast, Northern Ireland in the UK, and grew up in England and Australia. She owns of British nationality and she is of white ethnicity. Nevertheless, details about her family remain confidential.
Rosemary Church Husband
Rosemary is married to her caring husband named Patrick O’Byrne. Her husband labors as a literate person in the health science department. The duo first met in a show that Rosemary hosted and dated for more than 2 years. They thereafter walked down the aisle in 1995 and share over 25 years of married life. The two are blessed with 3 now grown-up kids James, Hannah, and Madeline.
Rosemary Church Education
Rosemary attended The Australian National University in 1981 and pursued a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biological Anthropology and she graduated in 1984. She thereupon joined the University of Canberra and graduated with post-graduate studies in Law and Media.
Rosemary Church Salary
She receives an annual salary of $85,465. This is according to CNN anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Rosemary Church Net Worth
Rosemary has an estimated net worth of between $ 5 million – $8 Million US dollars.
Rosemary Church Career
She is currently working as a CNN International news anchor and correspondent in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America since joining in Aug 1998. Rosemary anchors the 2 to 4 a.m. ET edition of CNN Newsroom. Prior to CNN, she served as a Senior News Anchor and Journalist in news and current affairs at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for seven years.
While at ABC Australia, she aired a national recent affairs show known as The World Today. Rosemary also reported on ABC’s Foreign Correspondent program in the Asia Pacific region.
Her career life began after graduating from the University of The Australian National. She served at Parliament House in Canberra and was again a Member of Parliament staff under Speechwriter and media officer for a year. She was thereafter upgraded to the position of Senior Researcher and media officer at the National Media Liaison Service for 5 years. She worked directly for the Keating and Hawke administration for the government of Australia.
Further, she served as a Weekend Anchor at Capital TV Ten News in Australia’s National Capital for 3 years. During the 1980s and 1990s, she served as a Sunday morning radio host of the show “Church on Sunday” at Triple S FM.