Jesse Watters biography
Jesse Watters is an American journalist, anchor, and conservative political commentator currently working Fox News Channel as the host of Jesse Watters Primetime (weeknights 7-8 PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays, 5-6 PM/ET). He joined Fox News as a production assistant in 2002.
Jesse Watters Age
How old is Watters? He is 44 years old as of 2022. Jesse was born on July 9, 1978, in, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 9th July of every year.
Jesse Watters Education
Watters attended the William Penn Charter School through junior year, he is also a graduate of Trinity College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. ALSO READ: Stuart Varney
Jesse Watters Height
How tall is Jess? He stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 1 inch (1.54 m). He also sustains a body weight of 75 kilograms (165 lbs). Yet, information regarding his other body measurements is currently under review.
Jesse Watters Nationality
Watters holds an American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and grew up in, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Jesse is of White ethnicity/heritage.
Jesse Watters Parents
Jesse was born and raised by his parents Anne Watters(mother) and Stephen Watters (father) in, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. However, more information regarding her parents and siblings is currently not available. We will update more as soon as confirmed available.
Jesse Watters Wife
Is Jesse married? Yes, he is currently married to Emma DiGiovine in December 2019. Watters was previously married to Noelle Inguagiato in 2009 and later divorced in 2018 after Watters admitted to an affair with a producer on his show, Emma DiGiovine.
Jesse Watters Daughter
Jesse and Emma have one son born in 2021 and two beautiful twin daughters from his previous marriage with Noelle Inguagiato.
Jesse Watters Salary
Jesse currently working Fox News Channel as the host of Jesse Watters Primetime (weeknights 7-8 PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays, 5-6 PM/ET) earns an annual salary ranging from $30,000 to $95,000.
Jesse Watters Net Worth
Watters is an American journalist, anchor, and conservative political commentator who has an estimated net worth between $1 million to $5 million.
Jesse Watters FOX News
Jesse is currently working Fox News Channel as the host of Jesse Watters Primetime (weeknights 7-8 PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays, 5-6 PM/ET). He joined Fox News as a production assistant in 2002. Watters made his on-camera debut in 2003 as a reporter for The O’Reilly Factor. In this role, he contrived signature man-on-the-street interviews on varying matters from politics to pop culture in a segment known as Watters‘ World and operated on investigative reports with the show’s team.
In January 2017, he was named a solo host of the 8 PM/ET Saturday night show Watters’ World widening out the popular segment to a one-hour program. Watters’ World was the number one performance in the 8 PM/ET Saturday evening timeslot for its entire run, averaging nearly 1.9 million viewers, the most elevated of any weekend program. Throughout the duration of the program, Watters conducted notable interviews with former President Donald Trump, billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban and Barstool Sports’ Dave Portnoy, among numerous others.
He has later named a co-host of The Five in April of 2017. Co-hosted by Watters alongside Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Judge Jeanine Pirro, and a circuit of Harold Ford, Geraldo Rivera, and Jessica Tarlov in the liberal seat, The Five’s powerhouse roundtable ensemble has appeared as early evening appointment television for millions as the number one show at 5 PM/ET for the last decade. Watters is widely comprehended for his “Mom Texts” segment which showcases colorful messages that his liberal mother has sacked off to him while he’s on the air.
In the 4th Quarter of 2021, The Five was the number one program in cable news with 3.3 million total observers and second overall in the 25-54 demo with 481,000 — the first time ever in cable news history that a non-primetime program reached this milestone for a full quarter. The Five had already set a record in October of 2021 winning the full month for the first time ever with 3.1 million total observers and positioning second in the key demo for the month averaging 435,000 in 25-54. The hit show also topped all daytime and primetime programming on CNN and MSNBC for the entire year of 2021, supplying the second largest audience in cable news with 3 million total viewers and 423,000 in the 25-54 demo, making it the only non-primetime show to index in the top five and notching its second-highest ranking in program record.