Eboni Kiuhnna Williams, an American attorney and television broadcaster, was born on September 9, 1983. On Revolt TV, she cohosts the late-night chat programme State of the Culture.
|Full name||Eboni Kiuhnna Williams|
|Date of birth||September 9, 1983|
|Birth place||Charlotte, North Carolina, U. S|
|Occupations||Lawyer, Broadcast personality|
|Net worth||$3 million|
Early life and education
On September 9, 1988, in North Carolina, Eboni K. Williams was born. Her single, self-employed mother, raised her with much concern for her upbringing and education.
She attended the public research university at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned a BA in communications and African-American studies. She then enrolled at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, a private law school, in an effort to pursue a career as a lawyer and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree.
She worked as a secretary for the Louisiana Secretary of State while pursuing a legal education. She also spent six months working as a law clerk at the Louisiana Attorney General’s office. She helped the New Orleans council members in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, one of the greatest tropical cyclones ever to hit the US Gulf Coast in August 2005.
Parents and family
Eboni was raised in Louisiana by her single mother, Gloria J. Williams, and she was taught to value the black experience.
Her mother’s age and profession are also mostly unknown. Williams has also never shied away from discussing her past, admitting that she never knew her father as a child.
Williams offered legal advice in family law and civil litigation in 2008. In 2010, after serving as a public defender, she went back to her private practice. Williams represented clients in instances involving homicide, rape, drug use, sex crimes, and federal offences. She worked as a correspondent for CBS News, a contributor for Fox News, and a co-host on Outnumbered and The Five. She also made appearances on Hannity and The O’Reilly Factor.
Williams co-hosted the Fox News Specialists afternoon programme alongside cohosts Eric Bolling and Katherine Timpf, which debuted on May 1, 2017. After Bill O’Reilly left, the programme was developed to revamp the Fox News Channel schedule. On September 8, 2017, Fox News Specialists was discontinued when Eric Bolling left the network after sexual harassment claims.
Williams had to replace Ron Kuby as Curtis Sliwa’s co-host on the Tv show on June 5, 2017, when he joined WABC Radio as the co-host of a talk show from noon to three o’clock. On October 18, 2017, she aired her final programme.
Williams is the host of Revolt TV’s State of the Culture. She joined the 13th season of The Real Housewives of New York City in October 2020, being the first African-American cast member before the show’s recast in season 14.
Aside from hosting The Grio News with Eboni K. Williams on The Grio, Williams also serves as the presiding judge on the first-run syndication court programme Equal Justice with Eboni K. Williams beginning on September 11, 2023.
Her personal life and romantic relationships are unknown. She is, however, alleged to have dated Grey Sandy, a childhood acquaintance, and the two were frequently seen together, according to some accounts.
American lawyer and television broadcaster Eboni K. Williams has a $3 million net worth.