Juan Antonio Williams popularly known as Jaun Williams is a well-known American journalist and political analyst of famous American television news channel Fox News. He is also known as the writer of American’s most prominent newspaper and magazines like The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Atlantic Monthly and Time. He has won many awards for his astounding work in investigative journalism and his opinion columns. Now let’s have a close look on Juan Williams’s net worth in 2019.
Jaun Williams was born on April 10, 1954 in Colón, Panama. He is the son of Akin Jules William and Sharon Williams. Both of his parents were from Panamanian. Jaun received his graduation from Oakwood Friends School in 1972. William started showing his interest in journalism, as he becomes the editor of school paper. Besides that he has also participated in other school activities such as baseball among other sports. In 1976, he received his bachelor degree in philosophy from Haverford College. After his graduation, he began perusing his dream to become a professional journalist.
Juan Williams married to his long term girlfriend Susan Delise on July 1978. Juan and Susan are blessed with a daughter named Rae Williams and two sons Antonio and Raphael. His son Antonio aka Tony was known as the intern for GOP Senator Strom Thurmond for one year. Later in 2004, he started working as a speechwriter and legislative correspondent for the American lawyer and politician Norm Coleman. His other son Raphael aka Raffi is a lacrosse player and he was also graduated from Haverford College. Juan is also a grandfather of two beautiful twin girls.
Juan Williams started his journalism career by joining The Washington Post. He subsequently developed his writing skills over 23 years working as a political columnist including covering political campaigns until 2000. In 2000, Williams join the National Public Radio and was a host of the talk show named “Talk of the Nation”. He worked for NPR for almost 10 years. In 2010, Williams’s producer decided to terminate his contract after his notorious remarks against Muslims. During this time, he joined Fox News channel which also turned out to be huge hike in his career. On Fox News, he started working as a political analyst and a news activator in 1997. He started appearing at several television shows included Special Report with Bret Baier, The Five and FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace. After his termination from NPR, he signed a three year contract with FOX News. He started appearing on The O’Reilly Factor. Besides that Williams is well known writer, till now he has published his six books.
Awards & Achievements
Juan Williams is one of the most recognized names in the world of journalism. He has won many awards throughout his career. His television documentary writing received critical admiration and as a result he received Emmy Award for his exceptional work. He is a privileged doctorate from honourable universities like Haverford College and State University of New York. Apart from that he had won many prominent awards like Political commentary award by American Association of University Women, Best National Book by Time, Columnist of the Year, Education Writers of America and many more.
Net Worth of Juan Williams
Juan Williams is one of the highly paid journalists around the world. Juan Williams’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million. His major source of income is his earnings from Fox News. After his termination from the National Public Radio, he signed a contract of $2 million with Fox News. Williams earned around $450,000 as his annual salary from Fox News. His love for the cars can clearly be seen from his collection. He recently brought a luxuries Ford car worth of $100,000. His bibliography work is highly appreciated by critics, which also increases his net worth by large margin.
Juan Williams is one of the strongest personalities of America. He has achieved many honourable tittles in his life. As an author he had won many awards. His book was announced as the Outstanding Memorial Book of the year by Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in the United States. He is the great inspiration for many people.