News anchor Shon Gables has been professionally active in the field of broadcast journalism for more than 15 years. The African-American beauty with an attractive height of 6 feet (1.8meters) never fails to catch the eyes of the viewers.
Shon Gables Husband, Married & Family
Shon Gables has been married three times to date. She is also the mother of three children. She met her first husband Bryan Abrams when she was competing in a Miss Black OU pageant. Bryan Abrams is a member of 1990’s R&B band, Color Me Badd. The two hit it right off after the meeting.
It wasn't long before Shon married Bryan in 1992. She lived a lavish lifestyle with her husband in New York. However, the two ended their married life. And as sad as the reason might sound, Bryan left Shon after discovering that she was pregnant. She was working as a ticket agent at New York LaGuardia airport during that time. She soon returned to Oklahoma after her divorce with her first husband.
Shon was quick to move on and find another love. She married her second husband, Peter Klamka. However, the romance wasn't all cupcakes and the two separated. Adding to that, Shon even filed a false police report against Klamka that led to his arrest. But later, the Judge favored Klamka and ordered Gables to pay $250,000 to her ex-husband Peter Klamka.
Even after going through two failed marriages, the reporter did not lose hope and went to discover herself. That was when she found her soulmate to share her family with. She married her third and present husband, Anthony Robinson in 2009.
Shon Gables with her husband and two children on holiday on 26 November 2018 (Photo: Shon Gables's Instagram)
Shon, age 37, is happily living her life with her husband and children, two sons and a daughter. However, the identity and information on her children are kept in the shade.
Career, CBS46 / Salary
Shon Gables began her career at KWCH-DT as a reporter and anchor for the station’s public affairs program. She soon returned to Oklahoma City, where she worked at KWTV-DT as an education reporter and news anchor. Later, the reporter started serving for WDIV-TV and WCBS-TV as a news anchor.
She also served at CBS46 news as co-anchor for its morning program. There, she covered several hot news including the blackout of 2003, Twin Towers Memorial, and even The New York City Subway Centennial Celebration.
She even worked as a freelance news reporter at WPIX-TV and weekend morning anchor for WFAA-TV in Dallas. During her working period at WFAA-TV, she used to earn an average salary of $175K.
Because of her outstanding work, she was even nominated for an Emmy Award for On-Camera-Achievement. She also received the 2017 Louisana Broadcasters Prestige Award for best election coverage, and a Lee Evans Outstanding Journalist Award.
Shon's Bio, Age & Birthday
Shon Gables was born in 1981. She blows out her birthday candles every 13th of April as per her bio.
The Hobart native struggled with her grades as a freshman of Oklahoma University, and eventually lost her scholarship. Then, she joined the University of Central Oklahoma. She returned to Oklahoma University and graduated in Economics. The reporter also served in the US Army Reserves for seven years.