Christine Devine

Christine Devine’s biography

 

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Christine Devine, born on 2nd November 1965, has been a Los Angeles based U.S. TV news anchor. She is presently working with FOX 11 News of KTTV where she has been anchoring weeknight news. She has been awarded the Emmy Awards sixteen times, and also the coveted Governor’s Award. Six of her Emmy Awards were bestowed on her for Best Newscast. Christine took birth in Hamburg, New York, USA, and spent her early life in Arizona.

She did her graduation in the year 1987 from the Arizona State University and started her career in the field of reporting prior to her signing with KTTV. She has been included in the Hall of Fame of the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast.

Devine has also been awarded the Founders Day Alumni award of the ASU. Presently, Christine is one of the members of the Alumni Association board. She studied at Tolleson Union High School in Tolleson, Arizona, where she had been voted as “Most Likely to Succeed”.

Christine was born to Karen and Jack Devine. Her ancestry is European American and Brazilian. It was her mother Karen that married Dr. Jack Devine who adopted her legally and gave her the name Christine Devine. Christine’s age Christine Devine took birth on 2nd November 1965, and hence, she is 53 years of age.

Is Christine Devine married? Who is Christine’s husband? Christine’s kid

Christine is married. She tied the knot on 9th September 2016 with Sean McNabb.

The name of Christine’s husband is Sean McNabb who has been an actor and musician. There is no news about their first meeting. However, they dated each other for quite long before tying the knot. They also waited for long after their engagement. However, finally, they married and are leading a happy married life without any rumor of extra-marital affairs.

 

As per the available information, Christine does not have any child presently.

Christine’s Career

Christine is famous for the segment of Wednesday’s Child adoption in the TV show. She has written a book based on “Wednesday’s Child” entitled Finding a Forever Family, A News Anchor’s Notebook. Christine has been awarded Congressional Coalition’s Angels in Adoption Award, Society of Professional Journalists’ Anna Quindlen Award for Community Service, two Gracie Allen Awards from the American Women in Radio & Television (AWRT)., and many more.

Christine had been associated with The Good News Foundation as a co-chair. The Good News Foundation has built a lab of computer meant for the destitute and homeless children. The organization has also sponsored an apartment for women who are homeless. Christine has been working with FOX News for 28 years now and celebrated the 25th year of her association with the station in November 2015. She has worked in many TV series and movies such as Prison Break, 24, Melrose Place, The Cable Guy, 90210, Wag the Dog, Independence Day, and Most Wanted.

06 Dec, 2018