Jillian Mele is a popular American broadcast journalist, news anchor, and reporter who serves as a co-host on Fox & Friends First, based in New York City. Jillian Mele has announced October 29, 2021, is her last day on Fox and Friends First.
Jillian Mele came into the world on September 17, 1982, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America as the daughter of Roseanne and Thomas Mele. After graduating from La Salle University with a bachelor’s degree in arts in 2005, Jillian went on to study communication at the University of Scranton.
She began her career in journalism with an internship at Comcast SportsNet in Philadelphia and after graduating, she started working as a co-anchor for the evening news and later as the sports anchor and weekday news presenter at WASM-TV in Maine.
Jillian Mele Quick Bio:
|Real Name||Jillian Mele|
|Profession||American news anchor and reporter|
|Famous As||American news anchor and reporter|
|Boyfriend/Husband Name||Not Known|
|Age||39 Years Old|
|Shoe Size||6 US|
|Date of Birth||17th September 1982|
|Birth Place||Glenside, Pennsylvania|
|School Name||Primary School|
|College Name||La Salle University|
|Father Name||Thomas Mele|
|Mother Name||Roseanne Zlemek Mele|
|Siblings [Brother]||Not Known|
|Source Of Income||American news anchor and reporter|
|Appeared As||American news anchor and reporter|
|Net Worth, Salary||Not Known|
Jillian Mele Wiki
Jillian Mele was born on 17th September 1982 in Glenside, Pennsylvania. By profession, she is an American news anchor and reporter who serves as a co-host on Fox & Friends First, based in New York City. She announced on 29th October 2021 that this was her last day on Fox. Mele said she’s going back to La Salle University to complete her MBA. “It’s time to focus on my personal life,” she said.
Jillian Mele Salary and Net Worth
Jullian’s salary for a month is hidden from the public. However, her annual salary from Fox News Channel is $83,000. She has an estimated net of $900,000.
Famous for her time as a co-anchor of the popular Fox News TV series Fox & Friends First. She began her time on the show in 2017 after having risen to fame as a Philadelphia-area sports anchor.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in communication from LaSalle University in 2005.
She earned an Emmy Award for her work for CSN Philadelphia in 2016. She served as a correspondent for Fox News covering her hometown Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl parade in 2018.
She has one brother.
She has co-hosted Fox & Friends alongside Ainsley Earhardt.