Eboni K. Williams from “Fox News” Wiki: Husband, Net Worth, Salary, Married, Parents, Father

Who is Eboni Williams?

Eboni Kiuhnna Williams was born on 9 September 1983, in Charlotte, North Carolina USA, and is a television host as well as an attorney, best known for being the co-host of the 2017 Fox News Channel show “Fox News Specialists”.  She also co-hosted a talk show on WABC Radio, based in New York City.

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The Net Worth of Eboni Williams

How rich is Eboni Williams? As of late-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1 million, earned largely through a successful career on television. She’s also earned a significant amount of wealth from her work as an attorney, and as she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life and Education

Eboni was raised by a single mother who was self-employed. Despite the family’s struggles early in her life, she managed to get a complete education, enrolling at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill after matriculating from high school, and completing a degree in Communications and African American studies there. She then studied for a law degree at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. During her time in the school, she clerked for the Louisiana Secretary of State as well as the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office. She also assisted the New Orleans council members after Hurricane Katrina, a destructive category five hurricane that struck the US in 2005, doing damage from Florida to eastern Texas. Flooding was a major problem in New Orleans as there were engineering flaws with the city’s flood protection system, leading to a large loss of life. It was the fourth most intensive tropical cyclone on record to make a landing in the US.

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Law and Television Career

In 2008 Williams began her law career, providing legal counsel in civil litigation and family law. She initially started out in private practice, but then tried her hand as a public defender for two years until returning to private practice in 2010. She has worked on cases representing clients involved in federal offenses, sex crime and drugs. Her popularity and experience grew, leading her to be noticed by television news stations such as Fox News and CBS News, so she became a correspondent for CBS, while also a contributor to Fox.

Some of the shows she’s been seen in include “Hannity”, a political program on Fox News focusing on the day’s events, and featuring legal and political analysis, and monologues. The show is hosted by the titular Sean Hannity, though Jeanine Pirro fills in as a substitute from time to time. She also made appearances in “The O’Reilly Factor”, hosted by political commentator Bill O’Reilly, and focusing on controversial political issues and current events. However, the show was cancelled in 2017 after Bill was fired from the network following allegations of sexual misconduct.

Hosting Projects and Recent Work

Eboni has hosted several programs, including “Outnumbered”, which is a Fox News Channel daytime news show, featuring four female panelists and one male panelist, discussing news of the day. She also co-hosted “The Five”, a panel talk show discussing pop culture, current stories and political issues. After the departure of Bill O’Reilly, she became a co-host of the afternoon show entitled “Fox News Specialists”, alongside Katherine Timpf and Eric Bolling, also featuring two rotating guests, often high profile personalities. However, the show only lasted for a year, as it was cancelled after Bolling’s departure. According to reports, he was accused of sexual misconduct which led to him leaving the company. In 2017, Eboni started co-hosting a 12noon to 3pm talk show on WABC Radio, alongside Curtis Silwa replacing Ron Kuby. However, it was a short lived gig as she only stayed with the show for several months.

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Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, not much is known in terms of Williams’ romantic relationships if any. Some sources state that since she is still in the early part of her career, she may not be interested in any relationships, while others state that she has often been seen with a childhood friend. However, no relationship rumors have been confirmed. During her free time, she enjoys travelling and also spends a lot of time with family as well as friends.

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Similar to numerous television personalities, she is highly active online through social media, having accounts on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Her accounts often give followers a view of her personal life, as she appears in events and photo shoots. She also takes a lot of personal pictures with co-workers, friends and family. She’s seen in various locations around the country, and also takes time to promote things she is passionate about.

Philanthropic Endeavors and Acting

She mentioned that she is a board member of the non-profit organization called Safe Horizon, once called Victim Services Agency, which is the largest victim services non-profit organization in the US, focused on helping victims of violent crime and abuse throughout New York City. She’s also done acting work, appearing in several films such as “Crossing Thresholds”, which is a film about people telling stories about themselves. She also appeared in “Against the Grain” which tells the story of a kid hoping to become a neurosurgeon.

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