Arthur Adam Housley, a journalist who has won an AP Award, an RTNDA, and an American Emmy, was born on August 13, 1971. He currently owns a winery and was also a professional baseball player in the past. He began working for Fox News Channel (FNC) in 2001 as a senior journalist located in Los Angeles.
According to a Politico report from August 23, 2018, Housley was leaving Fox News because he was upset about the network’s preference for presidential opinion above actual news reporting.
Adam Housley Networth
Adam Housley, a former major league baseball player and current American journalist, has a $4 million fortune. He was a correspondent for Fox News. Because he is married to the actress Tamera Mowry, he is well-known. The sum of money shown here represents Tamera and Adam’s combined assets.
Adam Housley Early Life and Education
Adam Housley, whose real name is Arthur Adam Housley, was born in Napa, California, on August 13, 1971. In Napa Valley, his family runs grocery stores like Ranch Market and Ranch Market Too. He earned degrees in political science and communications from Pepperdine University. In 2014, he earned a master’s degree in international security from the University of Arizona after serving as a media fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution.
The Housleys participated in and won Celebrity Game Face in January 2021, an E! game show hosted by actor Kevin Hart.
The couple gave their winnings to the nonprofit organization alainasvoice.org, which bears their niece’s name.
Alaina Housley, Housley’s niece, perished in the Thousand Oaks shooting on November 7, 2018.
Adam Housley Career As a journalist
Adam began his career in 1995 when he joined the local radio station KVON. In 1997, he moved on to the NBC-affiliated TV station KNVN as their live reporter. The following year, he managed to apprehend a wanted arsonist for which he was recognized with a California Department of Forestry Award.
Adam began working for the Fox-affiliated TV station KTXL in 1999, where he spent two years and won numerous accolades, including a Regional Emmy and a Regional Associated Press Reporting Award. Adam also held the position of a lead reporter for the independent TV station KFTY during this time.
He was employed by Fox News Channel in 2001, and since then has traveled extensively for them, reporting from Jordan and the Persian Gulf as well as Kuwait, Iraq, and Bahrain during the Iraq War. Adam covered the War on Terror while reporting from Pakistan and Israel. He also reported from the USS Milius, an American destroyer.
He covered Arnold Schwarzenegger’s run for California governor in 2003. Adam has covered six hurricanes throughout his career, including Rita and Katrina. He reported on the deaths of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in 2013, the Waldo Canyon, Colorado wildfires in 2012, and the execution of American serial killer and gang member Stanley “Tookie” Williams III in December 2005.
He and his crew assisted in the search for the dead after being among the first to report on the 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia.
Adam was one of the first reporters on the scene following the earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010, and because he speaks fluent Spanish, he also covered the mining tragedy in Copiapo, when 33 miners were trapped for 69 days until being evacuated one at a time with a rescue capsule.
Adam and his team covered the 9.0 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan in 2011, and their work was later published in a number of well-known periodicals, including “The Napa Register,” “Mediabistro,” and “Los Angeles Times.”
Adam covered the 2014 demonstrations that were planned in response to the shooting death of Trayvon Benjamin Martin, a 17-year-old African-American youth, in Sanford, Florida.
Adam Housley Love life and wife
In a private ceremony witnessed by just their closest friends and family members, Adam exchanged vows with American actress and TV personality Tamera Darvette Mowry-Hously on May 15, 2011.
Tamera gave birth to their son Aden on November 12, 2012, and their daughter Ariah on July 1, 2015.
Adam and Tamera participated in the reality competition “Celebrity Cupcake Wars” in 2016, winning with their vanilla, chocolate cabernet, and jalapeno cornbread cupcakes. They donated their winnings to SnowballExpress.org, a nonprofit that supports the children of US military personnel who have died in combat.
In January 2021, Adam and Tamera also won “Celebrity Game Face,” and they gave their winnings to the nonprofit alainasvoice.org.
Since Tamera is half-black and Adam is white, their interracial marriage has drawn a lot of criticism online. Adam has defended his wife from these he labels “racist, backward, and intolerant” individuals.
Adam and Tamera Mowry-Housley have been married since March 2022 and have two children together.
Adam Housley Personal life
On May 15, 2011, Housley wed the actress Tamera Mowry. Housley oversees the Century Oak Winery in Lodi, California, which belongs to his family. Son Aden, the couple’s first child, was born on November 12, 2012. Daughter Ariah, the couple’s second child, was born on July 1, 2015.
The couple participated in the Celebrity Cupcake Wars on Food Network in 2016 and took first place. They defeated three other teams to win the competition with their jalapeo cornbread, chocolate cabernet, and vanilla port cupcakes. The Housleys gave their winnings to the organization SnowballExpress.org, which aids the offspring of slain American service members.