A Canadian journalist Lloyd Robertson was born on 19th January 1934 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada which makes Lloyd Robertson age of 82 years old now. According to Lloyd Robertson biography, he is the son of Lilly Frances and George Henderson Robertson. His father had eight children from his first wife. After her death, he married again and had two sons Gordon and Lloyd. He was the youngest child in the family. His father worked in Canadian Pacific Railway and his mother was a home maker. At the age of 12 years old, he started getting interest in broadcasting after watching soldiers from The Perth Regiment marching home from World War II.
Lloyd Robertson net worth has not been estimated yet but considering the fact that Lloyd salary from CTV was huge, his net worth must be in millions of dollars. Former news anchor Robertson began his broadcasting career at CJCS radio in the year 1952. He started working as an operator on Saturdays and read the news at midnight. After high school, he continued his job but later in 1954, he joined CJOY in Guelph. Later he got hired by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). In 1956, he moved to CBWT TV in Winnipeg, Manitoba which was his first television job ever. After four years, he auditioned for CBOT TV in Ottawa, Ontario and served there for two years. Then after he moved to Toronto as a host in CBC Weekend in the
late 1960s and from the year 1970 to 1976 also anchored the show The National. From 1976 to 1984, he worked as a co-anchor in the CTV National News with Harvey Kirck. In 1984, he became the senior news anchor in CTV. Since 2004, he worked as one of the hosts of CTV's current affairs program W5. His last day in CTV was on 1st September 2011. He was one of the special correspondents on CTV's weekly magazine series, W5 where he co-hosted till 2016.
Moving towards his achievements, he was honored with a Gemini award for the Best Host, Anchor or Interviewer in the year 1992, 1994 and 1997. Likewise, he bagged Reader’s Voice Award for the Favorite TV anchor in 1994. He got the Scot of the Year Award under The Scottish Studies Society in 1995. Similarly, he received TV Times Reader's Choice Awards for the Canada's Favorite News Anchor in the year 1998 and 1999. On 3rd November 2006, he was awarded by Royal Roads University for Honorary Doctor of Laws and received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame in 2007.
Wife and Kids
Talking about Lloyd Robertson personal life, he got married with high school lover Nancy Barrett in July 1956. Lloyd Robertson has four daughters who are Lisa, Nanci, Susan, and Lynda and has seven grandchildren. For information on Lloyd Roberson is provided in the popular sites Wikipedia and IMDb. Lloyd Robertson height and weight has not been measured yet.