Juan Williams is a Panamanian-American journalist, author, and political analyst. He currently co-hosts Fox News Channel’s The Five.

How old is Juan Williams?

Juan is 66 years old; he was born on April 10, 1954, in Colón, Panama, as Juan Antonio Williams.

Short Biography

Williams was born in Panama to Alma Géraldine and Rogelio L. Williams. His father was from the West Indies, and his mother was from Panama. Juan legally emigrated from Panama to the United States with his mother and his two siblings at the age of four.

Juan spent his early years in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Oakwood Friends School, where he was a clerk of the student body, student newspaper editor, and captain of the baseball, cross-country, and championship basketball teams.

After graduating from high school in 1972, the 66-year-old joined Haverford College in Haverford, Pennsylvania. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy in 1976.

What is Juan Williams’ net worth?

Juan Williams has a net worth of $2 million as of 2020. Williams has been a Fox News Contributor since 1997. He joined National Public Radio as a host of Talk of the Nation, a daily afternoon talk show, in 2000. He later assumed the position of senior national correspondent for NPR.

However, in October 2010, NPR fired Williams for his comments about Muslims. Around the same time, the 66-year-old signed a $2 million three-year contract and an expanded role with Fox News. The expanded role included him to appear as a regular guest-host on The O’Reilly Factor.

Williams currently serves as a co-host of FNC’s The Five and a political analyst on Special Report with Bret Baier and FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace. Besides, he wrote for The Washington Post for 23 years, and his works have been published in several newspapers and magazines, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Time, and The Atlantic Monthly.

Wife & Children 

Williams is married to Susan Delise, a former social worker, since July 1978. Together, they have three children: Regan Williams Herald, Antonio Williams, and Raphael Williams. The couple’s younger son, Raffi, studied anthropology and played lacrosse at his father’s alma mater, Haverford College.

Moreover, Raffi has worked for the House Rules Committee and served as a deputy press secretary for the Republican National Committee. He currently serves as a press secretary to Ben Carson, the 17th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Additionally, Juan and Susan became first-time grandparents after their daughter, Regan, gave birth to twin girls, Pepper and Wesley, in 2009.