Julie E. Bidwell, is a famous American TV news reporter, was professionally known as “Julie Banderas” The Venerable and fascinating excellence of American TV news world. She is best known for working as an anchor of Fox News Channel’s daily news program ‘America’s News Headquarters.’
Julie Banderas Husband
Julie Banderas is married to Andrew J Sansone. Andrew is one of the member from the governing body for Habitat for Humanity and founding member of both old rock media and big apple channel. Andrew proposed Julie Banderas after dating for quite some time. On Long Island Sound, while both of them were burrowing, Andrew proposed her with a message in a bottle.
On September 21, 2008, Julie announced their engagement during an episode of America’s Election Headquarters. At Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, on August 29, 2009, both of them tied the knot.
Julie Banderas Past Relationships
In addition to her affair with Andrew, once it was rumored of her possible relationship with a married photographer, due to leaked photograph to the public. Neither she has been separated nor hitched to any other individual
Julie Banderas Kids
Addison Melissa Sansone
The first baby born to Julie and Andrew was on 21 April 2010. The beautiful baby girl was named her Addison Melissa Sansone.
Avery Julie Sansone
The couple were again blessed with another baby girl named Avery Julie Sansone, on 13 November 2012
Their third and last kid is a boy named Andrew Harrison Sansone, born on May 9, 2016
Julie Banderas Net Worth
She earns loads of cash through news anchor and once she was regarded as the most sweltering TV characters.
He annual salary of $600 000 dollars and other revenues sums up to a total a net worth of $12 million dollars.
Julie Banderas Career Details
Julie, finished her bachelor’s degree from Emerson College and afterwards she joined as a news anchor at WLVI-TV in Boston, Massachusetts. At WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia, she served as a local news anchorwoman. Later on, Julie moved to WBRE-TV in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, joining WFSB-TV in Hartford, and then to WNYW in New York. She covered Republican national conventions, while serving at WNYW. Her popularity raised with the Outstanding Single Newscast Emmy award in 2004.
In 2005, she joined Fox Channel, as a general assignment reporter. While at Fox Channel, she and Shirley Phelps-roper, a former spokeswoman for the Westboro Baptist Church, had on-air clash. In 2008, as the anchor for Fox Report Weekend she replaced Laurie Dhue. Now she is working as a reporter for Fox Report Weekend at 7 PM EST and America’s News Headquarters 1 PM EST.