1. Personal and Family Life
Susan Hendrick married Joe Carter, a former CNN sports anchor. She has a daughter named Emery with her ex-husband, Robin Fowler.
Susan Hendricks was born and raised in New Brunswick, New Jersey. In 1991, she earned her high school graduation degree from the Hun School of Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey. She then enrolled at Arizona State University and completed her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication.
- Parents: N/A
- Husband: Robin Fowler (Ex-husband), Joe Carter ( Present husband)
- Children: Jackson Patrick Carter and Emery
- Marital Status: Married
Susan Hendricks married Joe Carter, a former HLN and CNN sports anchor. In 2016, the couple was blessed with a baby boy named Jackson Patrick Carter. She also has a daughter named Emery from her previous husband.
Tabloid news claims that she was previously married to Robin Fowler and Emery is his child. However, she hasn’t responded to any of that news. Moreover, both Susan and Joe are living happily and are involved in several business and philanthropy activities.
2. Body measurements and Lifestyle
Susan Hendricks has attractive millions with her seductive figure and a killer smile. She strictly follows diet schedule to obtain the best result.
Susan Hendricks has an attractive and seduced curve figure along with gleaming black eyes. Her height is 5 feet and 4 inches that flawlessly matches body measurement 34-25-33 inches. To maintain attractive figure, she strictly follows her balance diet and fitness classes.
- Height: 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm)
- Body measurement: 34-25-33 inches(approx.)
- Plastic surgery: N/A
- Weight: N/A
The 44-year-old beauty is fond of traveling and exploring new places. Besides her hectic schedule, she tries hard to manage time for her for her husband and children. She is very much conscious regarding her physique. She looks astonishing and sexy in body contrast dress.
3. Professional Career
Susan Hendricks started journalism career at Comcast Cable. Hendricks also used to appear occasionally on CNN Pipeline, CNN.com’s on-demand broadband news service. Susan is currently serving as CNN substitute anchor.
Susan Hendricks began her professional career at Comcast Cable in L.A. She decided to be a journalist after hearing the speech of Walter Cronkite at Arizona State University.
- 2005: Began to host the CNN Headlines News for the second time.
- 2010: Joined the four-hour live newscast HLN News.
Following her success at Comcast Cable, she joined KESQ in Palm Springs as a field reporter. While serving at KESQ, she got an opportunity to meet Walter Cronkite, the major of her inspiration.
Two years later, she moved to KMIR, affiliated by NBC, and started to anchor the two-hour morning program. After a while, she left KMIR and moved to Atlanta and joined CNN Headline News as a weekend anchor, primetime news show host, and entertainment correspondent. Moreover, she used to cover the Breaking News and also anchored a news site CNN.com.
4. Net Worth and Salary
Susan Hendricks' net worth is estimated at million dollars. Her successful professional career has played a huge role in upsurging her net worth.
Susan Hendricks net worth is around $5 million whereas Salary is still under review. Hendricks is one of the most influential CNN journalists. The net worth she is enjoying with her husband is all the upshot of their hard works and dedication towards her profession.
- Salary: N/A
- Net worth: $5 Million