Is Troy Roberts From '48 Hours' and '48 Hours: Mystery' Married? Or Is The Man Gay?

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Is Troy Roberts From '48 Hours' and '48 Hours: Mystery' Married? Or Is The Man Gay?

The CBS News correspondent, Troy Roberts barely needs an introduction since he is quite popular in the world of television. Meanwhile, his personal life may be inconclusive to many, as he makes it concealed outright and we suppose most of you agree to this.

So, let's cognize some knowledge regarding this famous American news reporter and settle our queries about his personal life; like if he is a married man and has a wife or if he gets attracted towards the same sex?

Is Troy A Married Man Or Is He Gay?

Troy is a media personality who has always loved to keep a low-profile regarding his personal life and has almost succeeded in hiding his family life behind the limelight.

Some sources claim Troy to be a married man; however, he is yet to reveal further pivotal details about his marital life.

Sources even affirmed that he has been in a 1-year relationship with an American actress Robin Quivers starting from 1996.

Well, although this is just a partial evidence to prove his relationship, it is enough to smack down all the gay rumors. Besides, no one is authorized to speculate a person to be a gay just because he prefers secrecy in his personal life, right?

The Successful Career of Troy:

Troy Roberts was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 9, 1962. He earned a Bachelor's degree in political science in 1984 from the University of California at Berkeley, a city on the east shore of San Francisco.

Troy began his professional life as an anchor; he first worked for a weekly 30-minute news magazine at KPIX-TV, the CBS owned station in San Francisco from 1985 to 1987. He was indeed a producer of the show as well.

After working a couple of years with KPIX-TV, he joined KATU-TV Portland at Oregon as a reporter for next three years until 1990.

Then he worked as an anchor and reporter for WCBS-TV, the CBS owned station in New York from 1990-1993 before joining CBS News in 1993 as a co-anchor of the overnight broadcast "Up to the Minute."

Moreover, Troy served as a co-anchor of the 'CBS Morning News' for a year from 1995 then as a CBS News correspondent from 1996 to 1998 reporting for the 'CBS Evening News with Dan Rather,' 'CBS News Sunday Morning' and 'CBS This Morning.'

As a correspondent, Troy covered the 1996 Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta, 1994 Olympic Winter Games in Lillehammer, Norway and even the 1996 presidential campaigns of Bill Clinton and Bob Dole. He was also bestowed with an Emmy Award for his coverage of the bombing that occurred during the 1996's Olympic event.

Troy later got positioned as a correspondent for '48 Hours' in 1998 and appeared in several episodes of the TV show since then. Some of his latest episodes are The DNA of a Killer, Live to Tell: Afraid of the Dark, The Psychiatrist, and the Selfie and so on.

Caption: The Millionaire, The Model And The Hit Man in 48 Hours Preview (Published on Jan 30, 2015).

The TV show '48 Hours' also broadcasts with varying titles based on the edition's subject matter such as 48 Hours: Mystery, 48 Hours on ID and 48 Hours Hard Evidence.