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Arthel Neville Salary, Net Worth 2024, Age, Husband Worth, Parents (Father, Mother), Kids

Arthel Neville Salary 2024 at Fox News

Arthel Neville’s salary is $120,000 a year, and she gets a monthly salary of $29,950. She is a Fox News weekend anchor. She started her career as a general assignment reporter at KVUE-TV.

Year 2024 2025
Arthel Neville Salary $120 thousand $125 thousand
Arthel Neville Net Worth $1.8 million $2 million


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Arthel Neville Net Worth 2024

Arthel Neville is estimated to have a net worth of $1.8 million at present. She has accumulated her net worth with the versatility she has shown in each field she has worked in. Her main source of income is from her journalism career. As she progresses in her career, her net worth is projected to rise.

Arthel Neville Biography

Arthel Neville, full name Arthel Helena Neville (born October 20, 1962), is an American journalist, television personality, and Fox News weekend anchor based in Manhattan with co-anchor Eric Shawn.

Arthel Neville Age

Arthel is 62 years old as of 2024; she was born on October 20, 1962, in New Orleans, LA, in the United States of America. She celebrates her birthday every year with her family and close friends; her zodiac sign is Libra.

Year 2024 2025
Arthel Neville Age 62 years 63 years

Arthel Neville Height

Neville stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches, or approximately 1.69 m. Her weight, hair color, eye color, bra size, waist size, and bust size will be updated as soon as the details are available.

Arthel Neville Parents: Mother, Father

Neville is the daughter of Doris Neville and Art Neville, a Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, keyboardist, solo artist, and founder of the New Orleans music groups The Hawketts, The Meters, and The Neville Brothers. Aaron Neville, a Grammy Award-winning singer, is her uncle.

Arthel Neville was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and attended St. Mary’s Dominican High School. She moved to New York City after graduation to pursue acting and modeling.

Before returning to New Orleans, she landed commercials and a small role on the soap opera All My Children. She studied pre-pharmacy at Xavier University before transferring to Southern Methodist University to study journalism.

She transferred to the University of Texas at Austin and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism while working as a reporter.

While a junior at the University of Texas at Austin School of Journalism, now known as Moody College of Communication, she began her career as a general assignment reporter at KVUE-TV.

Arthel Neville Husband

From 1995 to 1998, she was married to former NFL running back Derrick Lassic. Taku Hirano, a percussionist and recording artist, has been her husband since 2001.

Arthel Neville Career

Her general assignment beat took her to the streets of Austin, covering live breaking news, politics, education, health, and human-interest stories. She was the first female African-American on-air reporter at KVUE-TV.

Neville’s first job after graduation was as a reporter/anchor for WWL in New Orleans. She returned to Texas in 1988 for a one-year stint as a reporter for Houston’s KHOU-TV. Neville returned to WVUE in New Orleans as an anchor and reporter.

In 1991, she was hired as the host of Extreme Close-Up, a one-on-one celebrity interview show co-produced by E! Entertainment TV.

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During her three years on the show, she conducted over 200 interviews with celebrities ranging from Will Smith, Tom Cruise, and Sharon Stone to music icons David Bowie, Whitney Houston, and Sade, becoming the country’s first high-profile black female entertainment reporter.

During this time, she also covered live entertainment events for the network and served as a guest host on their flagship show, Talk Soup (hosted by Greg Kinnear).

She beat out over 1,000 other candidates to launch and anchor Extra for Warner Brothers Studios in 1994, becoming the first African-American woman to host a nationally syndicated entertainment news magazine program.

Neville stayed with Extra until 1996 when it was relaunched.

She co-hosted The Arthel & Fred Show, a syndicated daytime entertainment news program that lasted only one season, with L.A. sportscaster Fred Roggin in 1997.

A year later, Neville relocated to New York, where he worked as a senior correspondent on Fox Network’s syndicated news magazine Fox Files, as well as at Fox News as an anchor, correspondent, host of Celebrity Spotlight, and weekly contributor on The O’Reilly Factor.

Neville co-hosted the Miss Teen USA pageant in 1993 with Dick Clark and the Miss Universe pageant in Manila, Philippines, with Entertainment Tonight’s Bob Goen.

She has also appeared on Monk, Girlfriends, Days of Our Lives, Moesha, Cybill, Living Single, and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

Neville joined CNN in 2002 to host TalkBack Live with Arthel Neville, becoming the news network’s first African-American woman to host her signature show.

The hybrid format show featured live interaction with audience members and guests in-studio, via satellite, phone, and internet, as well as news of the day. She also co-anchored weekend news with Anderson Cooper from CNN’s Atlanta and New York City bureaus, as well as morning and daytime news.

The University of Texas at Austin honored Neville in 2003 for her outstanding contribution to broadcast journalism.

She received the Outstanding Young Texas Ex Award from the Texas Exes, which is given to four University of Texas alumnae under the age of 45 who have achieved a level of excellence in their respective fields.

Later, Neville co-hosted Fox’s nationally syndicated morning show Good Day Live with Steve Edwards and Debbie Matenopoulos, hosted Celebrity Hobbies on the DIY Network, and was a correspondent for the syndicated news magazine A Current Affair’s 2005 revival.

She received a lot of praise on that show for her coverage of Hurricane Katrina in her hometown of New Orleans. She became the West Coast bureau chief and correspondent for the Fox News-produced syndicated news magazine Geraldo at Large in March 2006.

In the fall of 2006, she also appeared as a guest co-host on The View.

Neville took over as the lead anchor for the Fox 5 Morning News, a four-hour weekday newscast on KSWB-TV in San Diego, on August 1, 2008. Within a year, she had made an impact on the San Diego community, as evidenced by her nomination for the 2009 Woman of the Year Award by San Diego Magazine.

In addition to her anchoring duties for Fox and KSWB-TV, Neville was a recurring guest on HLN Showbiz Tonight.

Conversations with Arthel Neville, a one-on-one celebrity interview show produced by her company, premiered in May 2009 on My Channel on Sky TV (British Sky Broadcasting), Fox’s sister network in the United Kingdom, reaching 9 million homes in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and the Channel Islands, as well as parts of Germany, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, and Italy.

Neville returned to Fox News in June 2010 as a news anchor on America’s Newsroom, America’s News Headquarters, and Happening Now, as well as a contributor on The O’Reilly Factor and Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld and a fill-in anchor on America Live with Megyn Kelly.

She also covered the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina for Studio B with Shepard Smith and Fox Report from New Orleans.

Neville is currently the weekend anchor at Fox News, hosting the midday, afternoon, and evening newscasts of “Fox News Live,” formerly known as America’s News Headquarters, on Saturday and Sunday.

On October 28, 2016, Neville was honored as a Texas Exes 2016 Distinguished Alum at the University of Texas at Austin.

Neville was the first African American female honoree of the Moody College of Communication’s DeWitt Carter Reddick Journalism Award in 2017. Previous honorees include Walter Cronkite, Bill Moyers, Dan Rather, and Ted Turner.

Neville also began projects outside of and in addition to her news career in 2017.

Arthel Neville Design, her accessories line, features handbags emblazoned with her quotes, promoting female empowerment.

Tegna, Inc. also announced Neville as the host of the show “Sing Like A Star.” The interactive, weekly cross-platform singing competition, which premiered on September 16, 2017, is filmed in Neville’s hometown of New Orleans in collaboration with WWL-TV.

On May 18, 2018, Neville delivered the keynote address at her alma mater, The University of Texas at Austin’s Moody College of Communication.

On March 5, 2021, America’s News Headquarters announced the renaming of Neville’s weekend newscast with co-anchor Eric Shawn as “Fox News Live.”

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