Cathy Areu is one news analyst we know of that is frequent on HLN’s Prime News, HLN’s Showbiz Tonight, Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor, and CNN’s CNN’s AC360, among many others. The beautiful American actress who began her career as an English teacher in High School began her journalism career as an interviewer before she dived into freelance journalism. Today, she is one of the top TV personalities we know of. Her hard work, dedication and tremendous charisma played a major role in her rise to fame. Like many celebrities her type, Areu has been drawn into several rumours one of which involves her personal life. While we look at that, here are a lot more facts you would love to know about the publisher of Catalina magazine.
Cathy Areu Biography
Cathy Areu was born in Summit, New Jersey and she celebrates a new age every 15th of January, as she was born in 1971. She is a daughter of Cuban immigrant parents but she belongs to the Cuban ethnicity with American nationality. She has two siblings whose true identity has been kept from the public.
Areu attended Florida State University, where she was a staff writer for “Florida Fambeau” before graduating with a degree in English literature. She went to Nova Southeastern University, to obtain her M.S. degree in English. It was also in Florida that she served as a Spanish and adult education teacher before going further to teach English Language, ESL and journalism at a High school in Palm Beach County.
Cathy Areu began her professional career as a journalist in 2001 after completing her Masters program. Her first employer is the Washington Post Magazine which hired her to work as an interviewer for a column in their First Person Singular column. As a young journalist, Cathy spent eleven years with the Washington Post where she gathered all the experience she needed for better opportunities. She was able to interview prominent people like USA’s then first lady Laura Bush, the media personality and politician Al Franken, USA’s 80th Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and Civil right activist Al Sharpton. She even appeared in various TV channels to make commentaries in different issues in the country, including politics and feminism
Before leaving the Washington Post in 2002, Cathy Areu appeared in several magazines and talk shows. She also started her own magazine named Catalina, which was targeted at Hispanic women. Her book entitled Latino Wisdom: Celebrity Stories of Hope, Inspiration, and Success to Recharge Your Mind, Body, and Soul was released in 2006 and it gave a deeper view of the Latina culture.
Cathy Areu returned to the classroom in 2017 and was teaching English and ESL to Grade-9 students of North Bergen High School in New Jersey. At the same time, she is frequently seen as an unpaid guest on Fox News Channel’s Fox and Friends and on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown among many others. She was also a guest in Tucker Carlson Tonight and Sean Hannity.
Who is The Husband?
In addition to being an established journalist, Cathy Areu is a successful mother of two adorable daughters who she had in 2007 and 2009; this is probably why many assume she is married. As far as we know, Cathy is still single and has never been married. Although she was seen attending a book launch at 200 East 57th Street, with a man assumed to be her husband on 25 April 2017, the beautiful journalist and teacher has denied being married to anyone.
When the rumour began to go viral, she made a tweet on May 13, 2018, saying she doesn’t have a husband and urging her fans not to believe everything they see or read. She has also not revealed who the father of her children is and whether she is in a relationship yet.
Other Things You Need To Know
For someone who is regular on television, it is natural for Cathy to maintain a well-built body with great curves and shapes. Areu’s height measurement is 5 ft 2 inches (1.57 m) with appropriate body weight and shape.
Cathy who is a Democrat is afraid of seeing her daughters grow up to become Republicans. She said she would love to see them adopt the Democratic principles as they grow.
On Instagram on August 20, 2016, she posted a picture of her younger daughter who spent summer camp with a bulldog she named Wisley.