|Full Name||Hilary Quinlan|
|Profession||Analyst, Model, Socialist|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Date of Birth||1960|
|Married Date||August 24,2002|
Many of you might know the name of a famous American television journalist, Bryant Gumbel, but only a few of you might be familiar with his pretty wife, Hilary Quinlan. Well, she is best known as the former analyst for an American multinational investment bank, Goldman Sachs. She is currently working as a model for various fashion companies.
Quinlan was born in 1960, in the United States of America. Moreover, she holds an American nationality, and his ethnicity is white ethnicity/race. Other than that, she is a married woman. Find out more personal details about Quinlan in the following sections.
The former Goldman Sachs analyst, Hillary and Bryant Gumbel tied the knot on 24th August 2002, at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, South Florida. The bridegroom invited 25 friends and family members at their wedding.
The duo met for the first time in 2000 during Bryant was serving as a host in the CBS' Early Show. After spending a lovely time together, Bryant proposed her by the end of 2001. They later got engaged in April 2002.
The pair further are together for decades and still lives a happy life. Recently, they celebrated their 17th marriage anniversary on 24th August of 2019.
Quinlan's current spouse, Gumbel, was married to his first wife, June Carlyn Baranco on 1st December 1973. Their marriage was going well until Bryant started an extra-marital affair with Hillary.
The couple moreover, divorced on 21st August 2001 after finalizing their divorce agreement in the matrimonial court. They then stayed married for more than 28 years in a marital relationship.
Gumbel and Barranco further are the parents of two children. Their elder son, Bradley Christopher Gumbel (born in 1978), is married to William Russell Robins. Their youngest daughter, Jillian Beth Gumbel is also married to William Russell Robins.
Hilary's husband, Gumbel, had surgery to pull out a malignant tumor near one of his lungs in October 2009. Before his surgery, he made a shocking declaration on the TV show, Live! With Regis & Kelly that he has a tumor on his lung.
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More to that, Gumbel was too addicted to smoking that he smoked three packets for more than ten years. Fortunately, he said that he quite the cigarette for 30 years earlier his cancer diagnosis. The excellent news is Bryant is out of danger after a long surgical operation. Currently, he lives a healthy and prosperous life with his beloved wife, Hilary.
Beautiful model, Hillary has a net worth of $1 Million as of 2019. She further receives a fruitful salary from her profession as a model. According to Zip Recruiter, a model makes $125,457 as annual earnings in the United States.
When it comes to her soulmate, he has a total fortune of around $25 million. He makes an annual salary of $6 million from his career as a journalist.
The lovebirds, moreover, bought a house in Jupiter, Florida, for $800 Thousand in October 2010. They later sold their home at $675 Thousand in 2013. Their former residence consists of four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms on 2,486 square feet. Similar to Quinlan, Hank Kuehne and Angela Akins Garcia resides in Florida.
Hilary Quinlan currently works as the board of directors of UNICEF USA since 2012. Before she served as an advisor to the organization, supporting to improve and built their marketing strategy and peace goal all over the world.
The model, in addition, traveled to different countries like Vietnam, Uruguay, Angola, Peru, Haiti, Senegal, and Guatemala on behalf of UNICEF's community. She also helped to identify the developmental programs as well as charitable activities for the relief of needy peoples. She raises 5% of her income to the charity funds for social work.
As an author, Hillary wrote a book, Unicef: Top Chefs Unite in Support of The World's Children on 15th October 2014. This book is about the world's finest chefs representing cuisines throughout the countries. The main goal is to attract children and youths to the diverse foods and culinary customs of the world to them.
The price of Quinlan's book is $30.61, including 18 used ($2.49), three new ($25.87), and two collectible ($19.95). Likewise, it also costs $12.89, which consists of 59 used ($1.01) and 14 new ($2.17) in hardcover.
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