Is Bill Hemmer Married? His Wife, Dating Life, and Gay Rumors: Bill Hemmer is never married. Previously, Bill Hemmer was romantically dated with model Dara Tomanovich in 2005.

Although there was a rumor that they were engaged but they ended their relationship in 2013. Since then Hemmer is more focused on his profession.

Bill Hemmer Net Worth and Salary in 2019 – $3 Million Dollars

Bill Hemmer Net Worth and Salary 2019: Bill Hemmer has a net worth of $3 million dollars while his annual salary is $400 thousand dollars. All his struggle and devotion to his work has helped Bill in accumulating this much huge net worth.

He has made his image as the most dedicated and hard-working journalist who has gained numerous awards and honors.

He won two provincial Emmys in the category of Best Entertainment and Best Host for the program made by the videos and picture of his world tour.

His coverage of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta in 1996 for CNN helped him to win Emmy Award for the third time. He also received Elder High School Professional Distinction award which is given to professional achievers promote higher presentation among their friends and the men of Elder.

He was the honorary chair for the Arthritis walk of the Ohio River Valley in 2008. He stayed one week in the Second Annual Adult Stem Cell Research Conference at the Vatican in April 2013 and contributed as the important lecturer at Miami University and Oxford’s Farmer School of Business’ commencement.

Birthday, Date of Birth Bill Hemmer Age:


As of 2019, Bill Hemmer born November 14, 1964, is 54 Years Old. He celebrates his 55th Birthday Next November.

Bill is an American journalist who is currently working for Fox News Channel. He is a co-anchor of News/talk show America’s Newsroom.

Prior to Fox Network, he served at CNN as an anchor and reporter for a decade.

William George “Bill” Hemmer was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.

  • Ethnicity: White
  • Nationality: American

Bill Hemmer Height – 1.75 m (5 feet 9 inches)

Bill Hemmer, one of the most good-looking bachelor journalists stands tall with a height of 5 feet 9 inches.

There is the huge number of women following him due to his attractive looks and fashionable style.

Also, He possesses brown hair and hazel eyes.

He possesses an athletic body measurement with no tattoo on his body. The reason behind his muscled figure is hardcore workouts and healthy diets.

Hemmer is fond of adventures and traveling to different places. He has posted his picture of hunting quails along with his exciting activities on his social sites. He too has an interest in photography and sports such as golf.

Parents, Family and Early Life

His father William R. Hemmer is a former executive salesman for Serta Mattresses and mother Georganne M. Knittle is a retired high school teacher.

Among the five, he is the second child in the family.

  • Parents: William R. Hemmer, Georganne M. Knittle
  • Wife: N/A
  • Children: N/A

Hemmer enrolled at Our Lady of Victory (Cincinnati) Catholic provincial school. He earned his high school degree from Elder High School and also began a radio program with his friend while being there.

The program contained fifteen minutes of music prior to their classes. He acknowledges his exposure as a disc jockey in high school days which made him passionate regarding broadcast media.

Hemmer graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio with a bachelor degree in Broadcast Journalism. At that time, he joined Delta Tau Delta fraternity and went to Miami University European Center in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg in Europe to study.

Every year, he travels to Cincinnati to host the George Knittle Memorial Bayley Place Golf Classic, organized in the memory of his grandfather, George F. Knittle that is beneficial for Bayley Senior Living.

Bill Hemmer TV shows: America’s Newsroom

He is currently anchoring America’s Newsroom, a 9-11 am ET. A news show along with Shannon Bream; previously with Martha Maccallum. Prior to that, he anchored at CNN (1995-2005).

Hemmer career began with an internship at WMUB-FM as a radio disc jockey during college days and also at WOXY-FM prior to Cincinnati’s NBC associate. He began to work at WLWT-TV in sports production during the mid-80s.

Later, he moved to WCPO-TV, CBS affiliate channel for anchoring weekend sport. He took a break from CBS for traveling across the planet at the age of 26.

He tripped over China, Vietnam, Nepal, India, Egypt, Israel, and Eastern Europe as well. Hemmer stayed for two weeks at children’s clinic fund by Mother Teresa at Calcutta, India.

Right through his expedition, he emailed videos and pictures for The Cincinnati Post and WCPO-TV which were gathered together called ‘Bill’s Excellent Adventure’. He returned back to WCPO as a news correspondent.

Hemmer joined CNN’s intercontinental headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia in 1995. He anchored a number of a show in CNN such as American Morning, CNN Tonight, CNN Early Edition, CNN Morning News, and CNN Live Today along with Daryn Kagan.

He covered various prominent national and international issues and events during his time with CNN that includes the bombing of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, 2000’s Florida election recount of US presidential election.

Furthermore, he reported the attacked on 11 September 2001, World Trade Center for one month and import of American military in Kandahar, Afghanistan during the primary days of The War on Terror got massive popularity.

He also reported a mine accident occurred in 2002 where 9 workers were trapped for 77 hours from Somerset, Pennsylvania. Later that year, he covered Kuwait’s increasing stress in Iraq and stayed there to report Operation Iraqi Freedom.

He reported the Democratic and Republican Convention in 2004 and contributed on election night as a CNN’s anchor. In 2005, he did a live reporting from Vatican City during the demise of Pope John Paul II.

He has also covered aerial bombing operations from Aviano Air Base in Italy, the immigrant catastrophe from Skopje, Macedonia. Hemmer reported from Brussels on the newest NATO growths.

In August 2005, Hemmer signed a contract for Fox News where he has reported several issues at the studio as well as from the sites. His reports include the consequences of Hurricane Katrina, the 2006 Israel-Lebanon crisis, the prisoner plot of the British sailors in Iran, the Iraq war, interview with Democratic Party, Barack Obama during presidential nominee in July 2008.

He also covered the trip to the United States of Pope Benedict XVI in April 2008, firing at Fort Hood, Texas and the devastating earthquake in 2010 in Haiti. He moved to cover post- Iraq war troop’s surge of 2007 in Baghdad, Iraq which contained interviews of Generals David Petraeus, Raymond Odierno and Ambassador Ryan Crocker.

In 2012 election period, he reported the national convention of Democratic and Republic party from Charlotte, North Carolina and Tampa respectively also responsibly performed his part on election night, observing FNC’s “Bill Board”.

He was the main correspondent and host from the heartbreaking Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut also in 2013, from Boston Marathon bombing area.

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