The famous Fox Channel anchor and correspondent, Julie E. Bidwell (professionally known as Julie Banderas) was born on September 25, 1973. She was born to Fabiola R. and Howard D. Bidwell. The 44- year-old anchor is married to Andrew Sansone, founder of two big media companies, Concrete Media and Big Apple Channel. He is also one of the members of the board of directors for Habitat forHumanity, a non-governmental organization. They have been married for almost a decade now and have three children named Addison Melissa Sansone, Avery Julie Sansone and a boy named Andrew Harrison Sansone.
Banderas then advanced to WHSV-TV as a local news anchor in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She then moved to Pennsylvania and started working for WBRE-TV there in Wilkes-Barre. She did not work there for long and soon joined WFSB-TV in Hartford. She later moved to New York and started working at WNYW. There, she started covering Republican national conventions and later on managed to win the Outstanding Single Newscast Emmy award back in 2004. She got her well-deserved fame after winning the Emmy’s award.
After constant switching and moving, she finally joined Fox Channel in 2005 as a general assignment reporter. She was there exposed to international media and had the infamous on-air clash with Shirley Phelps-roper, the former spokeswoman for the Westboro Baptist Church. She, later on, managed to replace
anchor Laurie Dhue in 2008 and became the anchor for Fox Report Weekend.
Julie Banderas is now working for America’s News Headquarters as a reporter. The show airs every Saturday at 1 PM EST. Julie has maintained herself quite gracefully with her hectic job. She and her husband along with the kids now live a very luxurious life in a big house in New York. The house has a large balcony that faces the beautiful view of Central Park.
Julie Banderas worked very hard for where she is now and her current job as a Fox News’ anchor and a TV journalist has earned her a lot of recognition. Her fans worldwide have earned her a celebrity status. She reported many big stories during her tenure at Fox News including Hurricane Dennis in 2005, the murder of 9-year-old Jessica Lunsford by a sex offender and the legal case of Floridian Terri Schiavo.
Julie’s hard work has made her one of the highest paid anchorwomen in the TV industry at the moment. Her decision to follow her passion has truly turned over a new leaf for her, her association with the television and her great skills has made her gain not just recognition but so many admirers from all over the world. Her current salary is $600 thousand with her total net worth sitting at $12 million.