Fox News' Juan Williams Leave The Five!! 43 Years of Marriage with Wife

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Fox News' Juan Williams Leave The Five!! 43 Years of Marriage with Wife

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth 1954-04-10
  • Age 67 Years 3 Month(s)
  • Nationality American
  • Birth Place Colón, Panama
  • Home Address Washington, DC
  • Profession Journalist
  • Birth Name Juan Antonio Williams
  • Zodiac Sign Aries
  • Ethnicity/Race Mixed
  • Father Rogelio Williams
  • Mother Alma Geraldine Williams
  • Son/s Raffi Williams & Antonio Williams
  • Daughter/s Rae Williams
  • Relationship Status Married
  • Wife/Spouse Susan Delise
  • Divorce/Split Not Yet
  • Wedding Date 1 July 1978
  • Gay No
  • Net Worth $2 Million (Estimated)
  • Awards Front Page Award, Emmy Award
  • High School Oakwood Friends School
  • College Haverford College
  • Education B.A. degree in philosophy
  • Height/ How Tall? 5' 7" (1.70 m)
  • Feet (Shoe) Size 8 (US)
  • Hair Color Salt and Pepper
  • Eye Color Brown Dark
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Fox News political analyst and co-host of The Five revealed that he would no longer be part of The Five during the evening panel show on May 26, 2021. However, he did mention that he will continue to work as a political analyst for Fox News. 

Juan Williams Leave The Five 

During the show, Williams expresses how Covid taught him many lessons, and he wants to stay near his family in D.C. He also states that although he will be leaving Fox News’ The Five as a co-host, he will continue to work as a political analyst. 

“This is my last day hosting The Five...Covid taught me a lot of lessons. As the show goes back to the New York studio, I will be staying in D.C. I will be working for Fox out of Washington. My work as a Fox News political analyst will continue.”

He further adds- 

“You know it’s been going on seven years since I have been a daily host of this show...The show’s popularity has grown every single year so thank you. Thank you so much, to you, the viewers. Thank you.”

Williams joined Fox News as a contributor in 1997. Initially, he started his career in The Washington Post and then in other popular media, including national public radio, New York Times, and more. 

More About Juan Williams 

Juan Antonio Williams, aka Juan Williams, was born on April 10, 1954, to  Alma Géraldine and Rogelio L. Williams.  In 1976, Williams graduated with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Haverford College.

Further, he is an author of the hugely admired book "Eyes on the Prize: American’s Civil Rights Years.” He has also contributed his writings to various magazines like TIME, Fortune, The Atlantic Monthly, and The New Republic.

Williams has covered almost every political campaign since 1980. Also, he has interviewed various leading personalities, including President Obama, former President George w. Bush, former President Bill Clinton, and former President Reagan.

Besides, Juan has won many awards for his out magnificent journalistic practices like The Emmy Award (1989), The Columnist of the year, Washingtonian (1982), FrontPage Award, Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild (1979), Education Writers of America(1979), and many more. 

43 Years of Marriage with Wife

Juan and his wife, Susan Delisa, are enjoying their 43 years of married life now. Juan married Susan in July 1978. The pair has three children together a daughter named Rae and two sons- Antonio (Tony) and Raphael (Raffi).

Both of William’s sons are linked to politics in some way. Unlike their father, Tony and Raffi are inclined as Republicans.

Also, Williams has twin granddaughters Pepper and Wesley.