Jane Robelot Bio | Wiki
Jane Robelot is an American anchor. She currently serves as an anchor for WYFF ( NBC Affiliate). Previously, Jane worked as a co-anchor of CBS’s show This Morning. She co-anchored the show from 1996 to 1999. In the 1980s, Jane worked at WSPA-TV based in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Later, she joined the former CBS-owned WCAU-Tv based in Philadelphia prior to moving to CBS.
From CBS News, Jane became the primary anchor for WGCL-TV based in Atlanta. Currently, Jane is the 4 pm news anchor at WYFF-TV based in Greenville, South Carolina. While working for CBS, Jane won two national Emmy Awards. Additionally, she worked as a daytime co-host of the Nagano Olympics along with Mark McEwen.
Since Jane returned to South Carolina, she and her husband Mario DeCarvalho created Carolina Zoom Productions. While at WYFF, Jane worked on “Chronicle: Pauls’ Gift” which dealt with a local man’s sudden death as well as his effort in saving three strangers. The investigation was done by Jane in collaboration with Greenville Hospital System and LifePoint, South Carolina’s organ as well as tissue recovery agency.
Jane Robelot Age
She was born on October 9, 1960, in Greenville, South Carolina, United States of America. Jane is 61 years old.
Jane Robelot Height
She is a woman of above-average stature. jane stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in ( Approx 1.68m).
Jane Robelot Family
She was born to her father and mother in Greenville, South Carolina, United States. However, Jane has maintained a very low key about her parents and siblings.
Jane Robelot Husband
She is a married woman. Jane married her long-time lover called Mario De Carvalho. Mario served as a combat cameraman for CBC News. The two are proud parents of a son called George De Carvalho born on October 26, 1998.
Jane Robelot Education
She attended Wade Hampton High School in Greenville, South Carolina for her high school education. Later, jane enrolled at Clemson University for her degree.
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She currently serves as a news anchor and correspondent for WYFF News 4. Jane joined the channel’s news team in January 2007 as their contributing reporter as well as an anchor of the news magazine Chronicle. In 2017 she became a full-time co-anchor of WYFF News 4 at 4 where she worked along with Gabrielle Komorowski and also Chief Meteorologist John Cessarich. She began a career in radio, after which Jane moved into tv with WSPA prior to joining WCAU-TV based in Philadelphia and later joined CBS News in New York.
While there, Jane worked as a national anchor on “CBS Morning News” and, later worked for “CBS This Morning” from 1995 to 1999. While working for CBS News, Jane covered major events of that time, such as The Oklahoma City Bombing, Pope John Paul II’s historic visit to Cuba, The Death of Princess Diana, as well as the Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.
Jane’s other colleagues at NBC include;
Jane Robelot Heart Surgery
In 2006, she experienced a very terrifying medical diagnosis where one of her heart valves was faulty and would possibly lead to her death if not fixed on time. During an interview. Jane said that her husband used to wake her up at night because he could feel her pounding on the mattress. She needed a heart operation. David Langford, Dr. Dauglas Murphy, and the medical team at St Joseph’s Hospital carried out successful heart surgery on Jane.
Jane Robelot Salary
Her main source of income is her job as an anchor for WYFF. Jane earns an average salary of $71,435 per year.
Jane Robelot Net Worth
Her wealth has been growing bigger and bigger since she launched her career in journalism. Jane has a net worth of $897,557.
How Old Is Jane Robelot
Jane is a 61-year-old American journalist who was born on October 9, 1960, in Greenville, South Carolina, United States.
Is Jane Robelot Married
Yes. Jane married her long-time lover called Mario De Carvalho. Mario served as a combat cameraman for CBC News. The two are proud parents of a son called George De Carvalho born on October 26, 1998.
Who Is Jane Robelot
Jane is an American anchor. She currently serves as an anchor for WYFF. Previously, Jane worked as a co-anchor of CBS’s show This Morning. She co-anchored the show from 1996 to 1999.