Cathy Areu Wiki: Age, Married, Bio, Husband, Boyfriend, Salary, Parents, Net Worth, Height, Birthday

Cathy Areu

Rumors regarding American writer Cathy Areu’s husband made the rounds in the media, with tabloids reporting that the 47-year-old Catalina magazine founder is married. However, when she continued to debunk the allegations, the speculations turned out to be untrue.

Quick Facts of Cathy Areu

Date of Birth 1971 Nationality American
Profession TV personality Marital Status Single
Divorced Not Yet Boyfriend/Dating Not Disclosed
Gay/Lesbian No Net Worth Under Review
Salary $50,000(Approx.) Ethnicity Hispanic
Social Media Twitter, Instagram Children/Kids Not Yet
Height 5 Feet 2 Inch(157.48 cm) Education Nova Southeastern University, Florida State University
Parents N/A Siblings N/A

Kathy has appeared as a news anchor on a number of American news programs, including CNN’s Cambell Brown and AC360. She appeared on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown, Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor, and RussiaToday’s CrossTalk, among other shows. Not only that, but with her contributions to numerous media and The Washington Post Magazine, Cathy has established herself as an American-Cuban novelist and journalist.

Cathy Makes an Exclusive Declaration: She Doesn’t Have a Husband

Cathy Areu has stated that she does not have a husband, despite allegations that she married her long-term lover over two decades ago. Cathy made a public appearance with her husband on April 25, 2017, at the Paul & Dee Dee Sorvino celebration of a new book called Pinot, Pasta & Parties at 200 East 57th Street, according to GettyImages.

I’m single and don’t have a husband. Don’t believe everything you see or hear… except when I’m on Fox.

Cathy has two daughters, according to, who were born in the years 2007 and 2009. On August 20, 2016, she shared an Instagram photo of her younger daughter, who was at summer camp with a bulldog named Wisley.

In September 2016, Cathy and her older daughter stood in front of the White House in Washington, DC, the official workplace and dwelling of the ‘President of the United States.’

While the freelance journalist is enjoying her life with two girls, she took to Instagram on February 14, 2016 to wish her bulldog, Wisley, a happy Valentine’s Day. Despite the fact that she is the mother of two children, the Summit native has stayed silent about their father. Cathy is said to be single as of August 2018.

Cathy also wants to raise her two girls as Democrats, so she shares her political opinions with them. The freelance journalist says that the prospect of her girls becoming Republicans initially terrified her.

What Is Cathy’s Net Worth And How Did She Get It?

Cathy Areu, 47, has amassed a net worth through her journalism work. Since 2000, she has been contributing short interviews to The Washington Post Magazine’s section First Person Singular. She has interviewed significant political figures such as First Lady Laura Bush, Senator Al Franken, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi for US Politics.

The average base pay for freelance journalists in the United States is $45,925. Their total monetary remuneration, which includes cash bonuses, commissions, and gratuities, ranges from $234 to $10,460. Cathy, who works for The Washington Post Magazine, earns somewhere in the middle. Her net worth has increased as a result of her eighteen years of experience in this industry.

In 2001, Cathy created Catalina Magazine, a multi-platform media firm. She is a founder publisher of Catalina Magazine, which promotes a positive image of Hispanic women and men in the media. Cathy wrote a book called Latino Wisdom in 2006 as an American-Cuban author. In 2017, Tucker Carlson interviewed her, and her eyes were seen to be bionic.

Biography of Cathy Areu

Cathy Areu, who was born on February 23, 1971 in Summit, New Jersey, had a birthday on February 23. Her father, an electronic engineer, and mother, a mathematician, were both Cuban immigrants. She is of Hispanic origin and is of American nationality. Cathy stands about 1.57 meters (5′ 2″) tall.

According to wiki, she got the National Association of Young Latino Entrepreneurs’ Business Leadership Award in 2004. She earned her master’s degree in English from Nova Southeastern University.