Arthel Neville is an American journalist who served for Fox News Channel as a weekend anchor. She is very famous for hosting the program such as Celebrity Spotlight and Fox Files.
Arthel Neville was born on October 20, 1962, in New Orleans, Louisiana, the U.S under the birth sign Libra. She is of American nationality while her ethnicity is Afro-American.
She is the daughter of Doris Neville and Art Neville. Her father Art was a singer, songwriter, Keyboardist as well as the founder of New Orleans music groups The Meters, The Hawketts, and The Neville Brothers.
Regarding her education, she joined St. Mary’s Dominican High School in New Orleans for her schooling. She initially joined the Xavier University's Pre-Pharm course but she later switched to journalism at the Southern Methodist University. Somewhile later, she enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin to graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism.
The 57 years old Arthel Neville is married to Japanese percussionist and recording artist, Taku Hirano. They shared the wedding vows in the years 2001 after some years of a dating relationship.
Since their marriage, the pair is going very strong without any rumors of separation. To this date, there is no news of couples having kids.
Prior to getting married to Taku, she was married to Derrick Lassic (former American football running back). They got married on April 22, 1995, however, after three years, they divorced in 1998.
Arthel Neville has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as of 2020. The journalist in the USA is getting paid around $44,477 on average, so she also might be receiving her salary in the same range.
She joined Fox News Channel as a contributor in 1998 and remained in the position till 2001. In 2010, she rejoined the network as a New York-based anchor and currently works as a co-anchor for America’s News Headquarters.
She was also the host of CNN's TalkBack Live with Arthel Neville. For this how, she became the first-ever African-American woman to host her signature show. Neville also co-hosted the DIY Network's Celebrity Hobbies and Fox's Good Day Live.
Arthel was also inducted into the Univeristy of Texas at Austin as a distinguished alum and became third African American female to be inducted. She also received the DeWitt Carter Reddick Journalism Award from the Moody College of Communication.