Broadcast journalist Candy Crowley is known best for her significant contribution to the CNN Network as a chief political correspondent.
With her whole heart dedication towards her career, Candy not only received fame but also several awards inclusive of Broadcasters award, Dirksen award, Joan Shorenstein Barone Award, an Emmy Award.
Candy Crowley Married, Sons
When it comes to Candy’s married life, she could not have a successful one just like her flourishing career. Well, the talented broadcaster was married to a TV-producer in 1970 at the age of 22.
The pair were blessed with two sons. After the birth of her sons, Candy’s husband got a job in Iowa which made her become a stay-at-home mom for six long years.
However, her married life with husband could not last long as the couple separated with a divorce. By the time, Candy was hired by AP Radio Network. But the company was moving downhill, due to which Candy faced financial problems in her life as a single mother.
Suffering from numerous hardships, Candy finally got a job in CNN as a reporter. Due to her dedication in work, she got promoted to a national political correspondent.
Candy Crowley talks about her son on 14 February 2018 (Photo: Candy Crowley's Twitter)
Despite frequent hurdles in life, Candy did not fail to fulfill any need of her sons to make them successful.
As of now, she is relishing her life with her sons, who timely are mentioned on Candy's social media. Her elder son Webster is 39 years old and a neurosurgeon while her younger son Jonathan is 38 years old and is a musician.
Candy Crowley’s Bio Plus Net Worth
Candy was born to her parents on 26 December 1948 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the U.S. Her family later moved to St Louis, Missouri and raised her. As a child, Candy went to The Principia School. Afterward, she attended Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and earned her Bachelor’s of the degree in English.
Her career as a broadcast journalist started after she joined WASH-FM. She was also the White House correspondent just like Jeremy Diamond for the Associated Press.
After serving the company for some time, Candy joined CNN Network in 1987, where she anchored the show Inside Politics. Moving forward with her career, Candy started working as an anchor for the show State of the Union in February 2010.
Dedicating herself to CNN for nearly three decades, Candy decided to retire from the network on 5 December 2014. With multi-award winning career, Candy has made a remarkable name in the field of journalism.
Not only has she earned fame and recognition but, also a wealthy amount of net worth that sums to 3 million dollars. As of now, the 70-year old reporter has been serving as a speaker at Harvard University since 2015.