Susan Delise Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Place/City||United Sates of America|
|Hair Color||light brown|
|Married to||Juan Williams (m. 1978)|
|Children||Rae Williams, Raffi Williams, Antonio Williams|
Susan Delise is famous for her marriage to Juan Williams who is an American journalist and political analyst for Fox News Channel. He was awarded an Emmy Award and he was critically praised for his television documentary work and investigative journalism. The couple tied the knot in 1987 and is together for more than 4 decades. They are also proud parents of three successful children. Firstborn Antonio Williams is a Lobbyist for Comcast in Washington D.C. daughter Regan Williams Herald who is married to Patrick Herald and the youngest son Raffi Williams who works in the U.S. Housing & Urban Development Department.
When Susan Delise Was Born?
The exact birth date of Susan Delise is not available but she was reportedly born in the late 1960s in the United States of America. She belongs to American nationality and regarding her ethnicity, she is of mixed ethnicity.
Career: Featured On Fox & Friends
Delise lives a very private life and rarely makes public appearances and one of those occasions was in 2010 when she was featured on Fox & Friends. She discussed methods of cooking Maryland blue shell crab legs with the hosts. She also on a note went on expressing the method she discussed was taught by her beloved mother.
Married Life With Juan Williams
As we mentioned earlier, Susan Delise has been married to Fox News contributor Juan Williams. The couple tied the knot in July 1978 after years of dating.
It has been four decades since the couple got married and they have taken their marriage life successfully this long. Her husband has always been encouraging and supporting her every up and down and vice versa.
The mother of three has always supported her husband even when he was accused of sexual harassment. She also called NPR Liberals ‘Hypocrites’ when the channel fried Williams when he said, he gets “nervous” and “worried” when he sees a Muslim get on a plane.
“I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot,” Williams said. “You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in this country. But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”
The journalist was immediately fired from the channel and the proud wife was not happy with the decision. Later, in an interview Susan stated:
“The NPR people were hypocrites because they are supposed to be the liberals who are accepting of all kinds of people and inclusive, and they were the most exclusive group in my experience of going to events related to work that I have ever seen".
Delise declared that she and her husband Juan Williams were the only African-Americans at NPR parties. They spotted African-American employers are working in low-level jobs.
“The Fox gatherings are much [more] diverse,” Delise told Newsmax in 2011. “They have both African-American and whites. It’s great because when I sometimes go down to Fox and wait for Juan in the green room, they all speak to me as if they know me and are very friendly. I feel very comfortable there. With the NPR people, I did not feel comfortable.”
Parents of Three Children
Along with the pleasing relationship, the pair are blessed with three children; daughter Rae Williams and sons Raffi Williams and Antonio Williams.
Rae, 35, has been married to Patrick Herald with who she shares two sons.
Antonio, who attended American University and earned a Master’s degree in Journalism in 2006, is a Republican who was selected on The Hill’s 2014 Fifty Most Beautiful list.
According to his Linking page, he has also been working as a senior director of government and external affairs at Comcast, since 2013.
Additionally, Raffi, who graduated with an anthropology degree from Haverford College in 2011, is also a Republican who is the press secretary for the United States Department of Housing and Development under Secretary Ben Carson. He had also worked for Republican National Committee as Deputy Press Secretary.
What's Her Net Worth?
Susan Delise might have a good amount of money but she has not revealed what's her salary and net worth are.
Meanwhile, her husband Juan Williams has a total net worth of $2 million, according to the Celebrity Net Worth website. Moreover, the couple lives a happy and wealthy life together. There is no detailed information about her physical assets including the beautiful house where they are living in.