Cheryl Burton

Facts of Cheryl Burton
Full Name: Cheryl Burton
Age: 58 years
Birthday: 25 Dec
Nationality: American
Horoscope: Capricorn
Marital status: Divorce
Net Worth: $30 million
Height: 5 feet 7 inches
Profession: News anchor
Sibling: 4
Father: Simpson
Mother: Hattie

Cheryl Burton is a news anchor from the United States. The current ABC 7 Chicago reporter was also the first recipient of the 2005 “Sisters in the Spirit” Award.

How old is Cheryl Burton?

Cheryl Burton was born on December 25, 1962, at Provident Hospital in Chicago. Her mother, Hattie, worked as a teacher in the Chicago Public Schools. She is 57 years old. Her father, Simpson, was a member of the United States Air Force. Sadly, both of her parents have died. Cheryl, who was born on Christmas Day, is the fourth of five kids in her family. She has three sisters and one brother.

Cheryl was a child star on the TV show “Romper Room.” She even took part in “Star Search” a few years ago. As a result, she caught the attention of a producer and was offered the position of host of “Simply Elegant,” a locally produced talk show. It was during this time that she honed and improved her public speaking skills.


Education of Cheryl Burton

Burton attended Lindblom Technical High School, which is now known as Lindblom Math & Science Academy, for her education. She graduated in 1980. Following graduation, she enrolled at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She studied biology and psychology here with the intention of attending medical school, but she was concerned about money. She was also a member of the Chicago Bears’ cheerleader squad, the Honey Bears, during her college days.

How much is Cheryl Burton’s Net Worth?

Buston’s contributions over the last 30 years have been remarkable. Her numerous awards attest to her brilliance in her work. She received the NABJ (National Association of Black Journalists) Salute to Excellence International award in 2009. Prior to that, she received the Thurgood Marshall Award twice, in 2004 and 2005. Similarly, the Chicago Association of Black Journalists (CABJ) presented Burton with the Russ Ewing Award in 2004. She also received the Kizzy Image and Achievement Award in 1998 and the Phenomenal Woman Award in 1997. However, her first award was the CABJ award for coverage of the Million Man March.

Aside from her professional success, Burton is a wonderful human being. She has volunteered for a variety of community organizations. In this regard, Burton was the first human to receive the “Sisters in the Spirit” Award in 2005. She also received the 2009 Procter & Gamble Award.

Burton has amassed a sizable fortune as a professional journalist for more than 30 years. Despite the fact that she has not disclosed her current salary, sources estimate her net worth to be around $30 million.

Who is Cheryl Burton’s Husband?

Burton was married to ABC 7 sports reporter Jim Rose from 1985 to 1995. They’d been dating since college, and Rose proposed to his then-girlfriend with a diamond engagement ring on the Friday night before Super Bowl XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX After the romantic proposal, the couple married in 1986. However, the marriage did not last long. The couple had no children together. Despite the fact that Cheryl and Rose had to split up, they are still on good terms and friends.

Cheryl Burton and Jim Rose arrive on September 9, 2010, in Chicago, Illinois, for the 40th Anniversary Gala at The DuSable Museum of African American History.

How tall is Cheryl Burton?

58-year-old Cheryl is a charming woman who is full of life. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 58 kgs. Her body measurements are 35-24-35. Her curvaceous figure gives her the appearance of a model. Furthermore, she has dark brown hair and brown eyes.

 Career line of Cheryl Burton

  • Burton’s broadcasting career began in 1989 at WGN-TV in Chicago. She began as a co-anchor on a nationally syndicated weekly series called “MBR: The Minority Business Report.”
  • She moved to Peoria, Illinois, two years later, to work as a reporter for WMBD-TV. She then spent two years at KWCH-DT in Wichita, Kansas. Later that year, in 1992, she began working for WLS-TV.
  • She began as a weekend co-anchor/reporter here. In 2003, she was promoted to 5 p.m. weekday co-anchor and 10 p.m. contributing anchor.
  • In 2018, she took over for Kathy Brock as the 10 p.m. anchor alongside Alan Krashesky. She did, however, continue the 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. shows on WCIU-TV.