Cher Calvin Biography

Cher Calvin is an award-winning journalist from the United States of America who anchors KTLA 5 News at 6, 6:30, 10, and 11 p.m. on weeknights.

How old is Cher Calvin? – Age

She was born on 1 August 2021 1974 in New York, United States. She is years as of 2022.

Where did Cher Calvin go to school? – Education

She graduated from Manhattan’s Upper East Side’s Marymount School of New York, a Catholic college preparatory high school for girls, in 1992. She graduated from New York University with a BA in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science.

Cher Calvin – Family

Roger Calvin, a former Filipino actor, is her mother. Calvin’s ancestors came from the Philippines. She is bilingual (English and Tagalog) and participates in a wide range of Filipino, Asian, and KTLA-sponsored public community events. She participated in the Vagina Monologues organized by the Center for the Pacific Asian Family to help stop violence against women around the world.

Calvin’s Husband and children

Her husband is Aki Oshima. In the year 2020, the couple married in Los Angeles, California. Sister Regina, a nun Calvin had known for a long time, surprised the bride with a sweet message in the wedding room. Calvin and her groom, who was clothed in a Tom Ford suit and Gucci shoes, danced to Bruno Mars as they entered the party, Calvin wearing her mom’s vintage veil and a Lian Rokman couture dress.

Cher Calvin The KTLA 5 journalist
Cher Calvin The KTLA 5 journalist

What is Calvin Salary?

She earns an annual salary of $100 thousand.

Cher Calvin Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million.

Is Cher Calvin still on Channel 5 news? – Career

Cher formerly hosted KTLA’s morning show and co-anchored the Saturday evening news, for which she won an Emmy in 2005. She’s also received three Golden Mike Awards: two for the finest public affairs program, “Access L.A.,” and one for “KTLA 5 Morning News.”

Cher joined KTLA from KVVU-TV in Las Vegas, where she co-hosted “Fox 5 News This Morning.”

During her time in Manila, Philippines, from 1998 to 2003, she started her on-camera profession. She worked for GMA Network at the time as a news anchor and features reporter, and then for ABS-CBN, a CNN Asia affiliate and national network, as a newscaster. Cher won the Golden Dove Award for Best Newscast – the Philippines’ equivalent of an Emmy Award – as the national evening news anchor for ABS-“News CBN’s Central.” She also received the Philippines Star Award for best lifestyle presenter in 2002 for co-producing and anchoring the lifestyle magazine show “F” for four years.

Cher hosted “Points of View,” an ABS-CBN weekly political roundtable chat show for which she won two Golden Dove Awards in 2000 and 2002.

“EDSA III,” a failed coup targeting former Philippine President Joseph Estrada, was one of Cher’s operations in the Philippines. Cher’s most notable interviews include former Philippine President Fidel Ramos, Monaco’s Prince Albert II, and then-incoming Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

Cher is a spokesperson for the charity Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches and serves as the yearly master of ceremonies, thinking that it is important to give back to her community. She’s also participated in “The Vagina Monologues,” an international effort to end violence against women. Cher is fluent in Tagalog and regularly attends Filipino and Asian community events, such as the KTLA-sponsored Lotus Festival in Echo Park. She started her professional career in New York as a news desk assistant editor for Time magazine. She earned a BA in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science from New York University.

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