Christine Devine Biography
This is what you need to know about Christine Devine, an American television news anchor based in Los Angeles. She can be seen weeknights on KTTV’s Fox 11 News. She has won 16 Emmys, including the prestigious Governors Award. Six Emmys were for Best Newscast.
Christine Devine Age
Devine was born on November 2, 1965, in Hamburg, New York, U.S.
Christine Devine Height
- Not known.
Christine Devine Family-Parents-Siblings
Devine was born in Hamburg, New York but grew up in Arizona. She is of Brazilian and European American ancestry. Her mother was married to Dr. Jack Devine. He legally adopted her and she changed her name to Christine Devine, so she is most proud of Wednesday’s Child legacy. Devine lost her mother to cancer in March 2018. She was very close to her mother and the incident was very traumatic to her.
Christine Devine Husband-Weeding
Devine is married to a husband who is an actor and musician Sean McNabb. They tied the knot on September 9, 2016. Devine’s husband Sean was born in South Bend, Indiana. He became the bass player of the 1980s metal band Quiet Riot, replacing Chuck Wright at age 21. Both Devine and Sean are active in the community doing charity Harley rides, golf tournaments, and public speaking.
Christine Devine Children
Devine and her husband Sean McNabb has not revealed any information about their children. Information about her children will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Christine Devine Salary
Devine receives an annual salary of $66083.This is according to the FOX11 anchor’s salary.
Christine Devine Net Worth
Devine has an estimated net worth of $4 million U.S Dollars. Her career as an anchor is the primary source of her income.
Christine Devine Education
Devine is a graduate of Arizona State University. She was admitted into the Hall of Fame at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast Journalism. Devine attended ASU on an academic Leadership Scholarship and was Valedictorian of her Arizona high school.
Christine Devine Career
Devine is known for her “Wednesday’s Child” adoption segment. She has profiled foster children looking for adoptive homes, resulting in more than 500 adoptions since 1994. Devine was honored in Washington, D.C. with a congressional award in 2009. She wrote a book on “Wednesday’s Child”: Finding a Forever Family, A News Anchor’s Notebook.She is in the Arizona State University Alumni Hall of Fame. Devine has been honored by the LAPD, LA County Board of Supervisors, LA City, and LA County Sheriff’s Department.
She was a co-chair of The Good News Foundation, a non-profit founded by five LA news anchors/reporters wanting to honor the “good” in Los Angeles.GNF helped build a computer lab for homeless children, and a showroom for low-income women to receive free career clothing. It sponsors an apartment at the Downtown Women’s Center for homeless women and a journalism scholarship. Devine was celebrated at Fox News, having worked there for 25 years on November 20, 2015. She has appeared as a reporter in a number of movies and TV series, including 24, Prison Break, Melrose Place, 90210, The Cable Guy, Wag the Dog, Most Wanted, Independence Day.
Christine Devine Awards
- Congressional Coalition’s Angels in Adoption award.
- two Gracie Allen Awards from AWRT.
- Anna Quindlen Award.
- Media Volunteer of the Year.
- Career Achievement from the Chamber of Commerce.