Anyone who is fond of watching news can recognize the face of the 52-year old American journalist Bill Hemmer. Born on November 14, 1964, in Cincinnati, Ohio, the US, he was originally William George Hemmer by birth.
Born to a retired executive salesman for Serta Mattresses, William R. Hemmer and a former high school teacher, Georganne M. Knittle, he was the third of five. Hemmer attended Our Lady of Victory (Cincinnati) Catholic parochial school before graduating from Elder High School in Cincinnati.
During his senior year in high school, he created a radio program that would play during the breaks. While broadcasting the radio program, he realized his passion towards broadcasting. He graduated in Arts and Journalism from the Miami University of Oxford, Ohio.
He has gained recognition as the co-host of the Fox News Channel’s news program America’s Newsroom. Before switching to Fox News Channel, he worked at CNN for about a decade serving different positions including reporter, anchor and host for various news program.
Hemmer has proved a decade of loyalty with the Fox News Channel after joining it in August 2005 and continued to cover major stories for the network including the tragedy of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut as well as the site of the Boston Marathon bombing in April 2013. He is quite secretive about his personal life and has not confirmed being involved with anyone.
|Birthday||November 14, 1964|
|Age||55 Years Old|