Juan Williams’ Wife Susan Delise: Bio and Age
American Susan Delise is best known as the wife of Juan Williams, an acclaimed writer and actor, whose prominent projects include “The Five”, “House of Cards” and “Fox News Sunday”. She hasn’t shared information regarding the date of her birth, her early life and formative years either, but she’s believed to be around 60 years of age.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to Delise’s ethnicity, she is Caucasian and has short grey hair and dark blue eyes. Judging from the photos available on the internet, Delise is aging gracefully.
Husband Juan Williams and Their Children
Delise has been married to Juan Williams, an actor, political analyst and writer, since July 1978. The couple has a daughter named Rae, and two sons named Antonio and Raphael. Their older son worked as a Senate page and intern for GOP Senator Strom Thurmond and in addition was a speechwriter for Norm Coleman in the mid-2000s. Besides that, he unsuccessfully ran for a seat on the Council of the District of Columbia, but ended up losing to Tommy Wells. Raphael was a student of anthropology at Haverford College, Pennsylvania, and having finished his education, went on to work for the House Rules Committee, and as the communications director for Michigan Republican Dan Benishek, helping him with his campaign in 2012. As of today, he works as press secretary for Ben Carson. Rae Williams is active on Instagram, where she occasionally shares photos from her private life, followed by 2,800 people.
— Juan Williams (@TheJuanWilliams) July 4, 2017
Unfortunately, there isn’t much to be said about Susan’s career, as she prefers to keep the information regarding both her public and private lives to herself. However, her husband is a political analyst, whose career is well known in the media. He made his debut in 1977 in “America’s Black Forum”, in 1990 appeared in an episode of “The Oprah Winfrey Show”, and as of 2000, began working on “ESPN SportsCentury”, ultimately appearing in five episodes of the series. In 2009, Williams began working on “Hannity” as a panelist and political news analyst, and in 2011 the audience was able to see him in “Fox News Sunday”. He went on to work on several minor projects, then most importantly in 2012 he joined the cast of “America Live” and “Fox News Watch”. In the same year, the prominent political analyst had more projects, including “Lou Dobbs Tonight” and “Happening Now”, appearing in 20 episodes of the latter. In 2016, Juan appeared in “America’s Election HQ”.
ICYMI – Football great Terry Bradshaw stopped by The Five on Fox News last week ahead of the #Midterms https://video.foxnews.com/v/5856533471001/?#sp=show-clips
Posted by Juan Williams on Monday, November 5, 2018
In 2016, Juan began appearing in “Kennedy Live” as a co-host and panelist, and the same year began working on “Outnumbered”, the show which covers different topics, hosted by four women and one man, and ultimately appeared in its 19 episodes. In 2018, he made a brief appearance in “The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton” and “The Ingraham Angle”. Overall, Williams has had more than 50 gigs on TV, which allowed him to be able to make a name for himself and gain more exposure in the media.
So just how rich is Susan Delise as of late 2018? According to authoritative sources, Susan has a net worth of over $1 million, whereas her husband has a net worth of over $2 million, both of which certainly play a significant role in the family’s finances. Furthermore, she hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her assets such as houses and cars, but working hard has surely allowed her to be able to make a good living and take care of herself and her family.
Unfortunately, Susan isn’t active on any social media, which makes it harder for her fans to get in touch with her. However, her husband is active on Twitter on which he is followed by 155,000 people. Some of his latest posts include a tweet in which he wrote “On election night, I looked into the camera and told President @realDonaldTrump — who watches a lot of @FoxNews — that his success in keeping a Republican Senate majority was the dagger that destroyed the old Republican Party. @TheHill”. Juan is widely known for criticizing President Trump, and recently delivered a speech at Dillard University, adding that it’s hard to deal with “this awful reality” and said “This is the other side of the good news of being black in 2018. Stop and think about it”. Despite the fact that many people support him and his world views, Juan is also being criticized occasionally. One person tweeted out “What is going on with Juan Williams? He is getting so confrontational … I used to admire his class but it appears to be gone. He is not even interesting to watch him anymore.”