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Susan Hendricks Profile
Susan Hendricks is a former anchor for HLN and substitutes anchor for CNN based in CNN’s world headquarters in Atlanta. Hendricks also used to appear occasionally on CNN Pipeline, CNN.com’s on-demand broadband news service.
Susan Hendricks Age
Hendricks is 50 years old as of 2023, she was born on 29th August 1973 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America. Furthermore, she celebrates her birthday on 29th August every year.
Susan Hendricks Height
She stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 126 lbs (57kg)
Susan Hendricks Family
She was born to American parents William John Hendricks and Marie Hendricks. She has a sister named Lynn. However, she has not disclosed any information regarding her parents or her siblings as she likes to keep her personal life private. We will update this information as soon as it is available.
Susan Hendricks Education
Hendricks graduated in 1991 from the Hun School of Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey. She earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from Arizona State University. Hendricks decided to pursue a career in television journalism after hearing Walter Cronkite speak in one of her journalism courses at Arizona State University.
She started her news career in Orange County, California at Comcast Cable then headed to KESQ in Palm Springs where she was a field reporter. It was at KESQ that Hendricks was able to meet the source of her inspiration, and interviewed Walter Cronkite for a piece on KESQ.
Susan Hendricks Husband
Hendricks was previously married to Robin Fowler and together have a daughter, Emery. Currently, she is happily married to former HLN and CNN sports anchor Joe Carter. They have one son, Jackson Patrick Carter, born in 2016. Joe and Susan are involved in multiple business and philanthropy endeavors. The family currently resides in Atlanta.
Susan Hendricks NBC
After two years in the field, she joined the NBC affiliate KMIR where she anchored a two-hour morning show. After a few years with KMIR, she headed to Atlanta and joined CNN Headline News where she anchored the weekend and primetime news shows as well. She covered breaking stories. Hendricks also acted as an entertainment correspondent. While at CNN, she also anchored a CNN interactive news site on CNN.com.
Hendricks also used to appear occasionally on CNN Pipeline, CNN.com’s on-demand broadband news service. She was named the new host of Weekend Express replacing Lynn Smith who took over On the Story. She also would fill in for Robin Meade on Morning Express with Robin Meade until the show’s cancellation in 2022.
Susan Hendricks Career
She was named the new host of Weekend Express replacing Lynn Smith who took over On the Story. She also would fill in for Robin Meade on Morning Express with Robin Meade until the show’s cancellation in 2022. Hendricks moved back to Los Angeles from Atlanta to be part of an interactive news channel on DirecTV. However, her work schedule and limited public exposure encouraged her to return to Headline News in September 2005. Susan has also become noted as a crime-victims advocate, getting particular recognition for her work on the Delphi murders of two young girls in 2017.
Susan Hendricks Net Worth
Hendricks has an estimated annual Networth of $ 1 million to $5 million earned from her career as an Anchor and HLN Weekend Express.
Susan Hendricks Social Media Platforms
Hendricks is very active on her Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. She has 17.2k followers on Twitter, 13.9k followers on Instagram and 23k followers on Facebook.