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Jamie Colby Biography, Age, Family, Fox News, Fox Business, Strange Inheritance, Net worth, Husband, Divorce, Son and Bikini

Jamie Colby Biography

Jamie Colby is an American national news correspondent and anchor for Fox News Channel (FNC). She is also host of the series, Strange Inheritance, on Fox Business Network and she previously co-hosted America’s News Headquarters with Eric Shawn on Sunday mornings.

Jamie Colby Age

Jamie was born on 21st December 1970 in Forest Hills, New York, USA. She is 48 years as of year 2018.

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She stands at 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 68 kg.  Her measurements are estimated to be 37-27-37 inches .She wears a 34C bra size .

Jamie Colby family

She was born  in Forest Hills, New York, USA. She is a daughter of Marty Colby and her mother who her name is unknown. Jamie has never disclosed more about her parents and siblings though in one interview she mentioned that she was raised up by her parents in the friendly and educational environment.

Jamie Colby Education

She Attended the University of Miami’s International School of Business, and earned herself a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting as well as a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Miami School of Law at age 22.
While in college she was fine debate and open speech competitors and also she used to participate in different political shows which really helped to sharpen her career in journalism field.

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She has been married and  divorced twice. When she was 20s she got married and produced a son named Gregory Green Berg. Her first husband’s name is still not known. She then married Dr. March Wallace a reputed surgical oncologist who was about 20 years older than her. In 2011 the couple separated after years of marriage. This came as a shock to her fans as they greatly admired her for sticking with Wallace through his battle with a heart disease that required him to undergo surgery. Jamie together with Wallace they co-authored a book titled “Black to Life After a Heart Crisis where a doctor and His Wife Share Their 8-step Cardiac Comeback Plan” where they wrote about how they dealt with Wallace’s post-operation depression.

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She worked for several local newspapers as a writer before she joined Fox News in July 2003 as National News Correspondent and Anchor. She was a correspondent for CNN and served as an anchor and reporter for CBS News including fill- in anchor for CBS’s Up to the Minute. Colby was also an anchor for WPIX/WB-11 New York, a reporter at WNYW FOX 5 New York and a correspondent/co-anchor on Fox News’ WebMD TV. She is an attorney admitted to practice law in New York, California, Florida and the District of Columbia.

In 2002 she received honors from the Edward R.Murrow National Award for her coverage of the September 11 attacks; the Gracie Award for investigative reporting in 2000, and the Clarion Award from the Association of Women in Communications. Colby was named Television Week’s “Rising News Star to Watch.” Apart from her journalism career, Colby, an attorney served in private practice for 10 years.

She began practicing law after she was assigned to The Tonight Show by Holllywood entertainment firm. When she was 22 years she worked for Johny Carson during his contract renewal wit NBC and also his divorce. From January 2015 she has served as host and reporter on the Fox Business Show, Strange inheritance, which covers quirky or unexpected legacies left behind by friends or family.

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Jamie Colby Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million dollars and has an annual salary of $1 million dollars. This six digits figures amount of money comes from her successful career as a journalist, television news anchor, and the correspondent. Jamie is attracted by cars and has several expensive cars in her car collection. Jamie lives a very lavish lifestyle along with her family and children in a beautiful house resides in New York, the United States.

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Jamie Colby appeared live  wearing classic shades of hosiery.  This was a surprise  to viewers  since it was long she had worn a black pantyhose.

Jamie Colby Interview

Jamie Colby of FOX Business’ Strange Inheritance

What are some of the most interesting things you’ve uncovered in Strange Inheritance?

Jamie Colby:  In our fourth season we found a long lost Rembrandt in a New Jersey basement! A previously unknown ring of Jane Austen! Classic car collections that exceed any car enthusiasts expectations and as an attorney I was really intrigued this year by an heir who wrote us, he had the original law enforcement documents that took down infamous mobster Al Capone. Even stranger? An insect collection worth millions, a lost cassette containing a song written by Roy Orbison for his sons and a 1967 prized corvette ordered by a veteran while serving in Vietnam that sold at auction for $675,000. The beauty of our show? Every discovery comes with a trip to a location I might not otherwise have ever visited where locals connected to the story are anxious to show us where and how they live.

What has it been like traveling all over the country?

Jamie Colby: This season alone we traveled to 38 states. In prior seasons, we’ve crossed the pond twice first to interview an heir who inherited Winston Churchill‘s dentures and then to the English countryside to visit romance novelist Jane Austen‘s home to see what is rumored to be her engagement ring. Traveling ten months a year for work has become a unique way of life for me. It’s quite different than the 10 years I practiced law from a corner office or the next 10 years I anchored news in a studio. The upside? Sacrificing time at home and lugging multiple suitcases (180 pounds on average) means traveling with an incredibly talented team while having the opportunity to sample local cuisines and culture. For someone who enjoys travel and adventure, it’s been the greatest field trip and work experience ever.

Which destinations have stood out?

Jamie Colby:The nighttime skies of Montana always take my breath away and I will never forget the first time the crew and I arrived and witnessed it. Most unique after hours destination? Check out Great Falls Montana’s Sip ‘n Dip a friendly bar with live mermaids in huge tanks behind the bar!

I’ve become a huge fan of Oregon and all of its scenic beauty plus I had the chance to discover Willamette Valley and its wonderful wines while shooting an early episode about an eight-year-old boy who inherited his father’s winery after he sadly passed away. Vancouver is another city we visited that was a spectacular backdrop for our episode. Savannah recently was charming. Visiting Gettysburg when we learned of the inheritance of a bloody Civil War uniform sleeve of General Pickett was an extraordinary experience I wished I had had years earlier.

What is it like traveling out of a suitcase 300 days a year?

Jamie Colby:It probably took me a year or two to learn how to truly accomplish this! You need to be so organized! I’m fortunate to travel with Christina Johnson my full-time hair and makeup artist so at least I am spared having to carry all of that gear. We do try to dress in line with locals so some of what I need to pack is episode specific and doing laundry on the road can be a challenge. Because I only get home for a day or two at a time it’s always a mad dash to unpack and repack and I probably get to do that about once a month. Carrying all that luggage all year has certainly strengthened my core and upper body so I guess that’s a plus!

How do you choose where you are going to film the episodes?

Jamie Colby:Our show has been so wildly successful that many of our episodes are now submitted by viewers who love the show and want to participate. Each season we line up 26 different families and each one becomes the focus of a half hour show. They’ve often seen a collection they think theirs rivals and want to one up it so the caliber of what we get to see is always top-notch. In addition, we have an amazing story development team that researches some of the most interesting, bizarre or historically significant collections and I am blessed to have the opportunity to discover everything about them. I think one of the strongest features of our show is that we do true storytelling. I hear from many people that our show is the one show their entire family can watch together and producing wholesome, compelling programming is very important to me. I remember growing up how my family would gather to watch shows like Mutual of Omaha Animal Kingdom or Charles Kuralt who traveled and told incredible and heartwarming family stories. I’m so often stopped in airports by folks now who tell me I’ve provided a much needed break from all the reality shows that are not positive and inspiring.

What have been some of your favorite hotels?

Jamie Colby:If I can tell you about the one I am staying at right now it truly has to be one of the most beautiful in the world. We recently wrapped up our fourth shooting season after 10 months on the road and believe it or not the first thing I wanted to do was…travel! I don’t really have as much time to visit with my close friends during the shooting season so two girlfriends of mine and I have taken off on a Backroads Travel biking trip to Thailand and we are currently staying at the Four Seasons Chang Mai. In a word, WOW! Backroads is great because like my producers do for me during the shooting year, everything is organized and all we have to do is show up every day for a great adventure that’s both cultural, relaxing and athletic.

I can’t really brag about accommodations during the shooting season as we most often have few choices in tiny towns and only moderate chain hotels. In big cities we will occasionally upgrade to better accommodations but I have to say it’s my vacation travel including the current trip I’m on in Thailand and also a recent stay at Jumby Bay in Antigua that allow me to experience true luxury!

What are some of your must-haves when traveling?

Jamie Colby:  Siri! Imagine being in a different city every week and not knowing where the heck you are. Siri has been a lifesaver although because I’m far from home and single now I have to admit I’ve changed my phone to the British male voice and call him Kenneth! He’s been everywhere!

My Tumi luggage has been an essential and the polycarbonate cases are really the way to go. A newly gifted pair of wireless Apple Airpods are wonderful for losing myself in great music on airplanes and during long car trips. As an experienced traveler, I board every flight with one of my cuddly Hermes or Loro Piana cashmere scarves, my Rosehip oil to moisturize morning, noon and night, a great pair of polarized sunglasses, my EltaMD sunscreen and a custom designed on the road workout program from my trainer Maxx Holdrieth. Another must? A ton of protein shakes and bars from my New York Nutritionist Jairo Rodriguez. It’s really tough to eat right on the road when so many offerings are refried, chicken-fried and deep-fried. Staying fit has been a big challenge!

What we can look forward to in the upcoming episodes?

Jamie Colby:Suspense and adventure! Beautifully told stories of great families and hard to imagine Americana. I thought when I started hosting Strange Inheritance it would mostly be about jewelry and art, maybe stamps, comics and coins but it has evolved into so much more than that. This season’s upcoming episodes include a real French château unexpectedly in New Jersey, a bizarre yet valuable handcrafted mask collection, a previously lost Norman Rockwell painting, a massive model train collection in Dallas and a one-of-a-kind set of opera gongs commissioned by the great Puccini!

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