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Lloyd Robertson Net Worth

Lloyd Robertson Net Worth is
$1.3 Million

Lloyd Robertson Bio/Wiki 2018

Lloyd Robertson is at present the co-anchorman working at CTV Network and he was born in the year 1934, 19th January. He could be a veteran anchorman who has been co-anchoring the award winning W5 show. Officially, he worked as the senior editor and together with a senior anchorman at CTVS national newscast airing regular evening. Robertson was born and raised in Stratford in Ontario. His parents were Lilly Frances and Mr. George Henderson. Robertsons dad married twice in his life, where he had 8 kids with his 1st wife and after she deceased he got married to another girl and had 2 kids specifically Gordon and Lloyd. Among all kids, Lloyd was the small one. His dad was employed at the Canadian Pacific Railway and his mother was a homemaker. Robertss family has a mixed origin where his father has Scottish heritage and his mother was an England immigrant. His youth wasnt go smooth like everyone. Robertss mother experienced mental illness and psychological disorders and this ended up in prefrontal lobotomy. Robertsons dad also endured from cancer ailment and he died when Lloyd was 21. When Robertson was little, he was most probably cared by his sibs, especially Irvin and Ethel the twin sibs took care of him considerably better. Robertson was quite fond of becoming a journalist right from his small age when he was 12. He always loved seeing the marching walk of the soldiers and he loves listening to the comments in the CJCS. In his career, Robertson has caught and brought-forth lots of occasions which were breathe-taking and breaking also. During the year 1956, Lloyd applied to service at CBWT at Winnipeg. This is the first TV job ever. Till the year 1956, 25th December Robertson worked in local stations. Robertson largely left CBC station as a result of hindrance of union regulations amidst the news hosts and the script writers taking the editorial choices. During the year 2004, Lloyd worked as among the co-anchorman at CTVs Current Affairs W5.



Full NameLloyd Robertson
Date Of BirthJanuary 19, 1934
Place Of BirthStratford, Ontario, Canada
ProfessionJournalist
NationalityCanadian
SpouseNancy Robertson
AwardsGordon Sinclair Award For Broadcast Journalism, Gemini Award for Best Anchor or Interviewer, Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a News Information Program or Series
NominationsGemini Award for Best News Anchor, Canadian Screen Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a News Information Program or Series, Gemini Award for Best Special Event Coverage
TV ShowsCTV National News, Generation, Pavilion, Kaleidosport, Lloyd Robertson in China, Check-Up, Expo This Week, The First Five Years, Quebec Referendum 95: A Nation in Question, Stage Door, Diplomatic Passport, Canadian Film Makers, Newsfile
#Trademark
1Signature final words on CTV News, "...and that's the kind of day it's been on..." today's date.
#Fact
1Publicly announced his retirement as the news anchor for CTV National News (1961). It will be in the latter half of 2011, his 35th anniversary of holding the anchor position. [July 2010]
2Markham, Ontario, Canada [July 2007]
3He was awarded the O.C. (Officer of the Order of Canada) on October 23, 1997 for his services to communications in Canada.
4The name of the recurring character 'Earl Camembaert' on SCTV (1976), played by Eugene Levy, was a parody of Earl Cameron's days as newsreading anchor of the CBC National News (1959-1966) [The National (1994)]. In the period just before Cameron's retirement, Lloyd Robertson read the news on the weekends, hence 'Joe Flaherty''s character 'Floyd Robertson'.
5Relocated to Toronto in 1962 to join CBC's Weekend News.
6Joined CTV's News Department in October, 1976.
7Inducted into Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame, 1998.
8He is one of Canada's most recognized and respected news anchors.
9Has four daughters and, as of December 1999, four grandchildren.
10Began his broadcasting career in 1952 when he joined CJCS Radio in Stratford, Ontario.
11Anchored CBC's The National from 1970 to 1976.

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Flashpoint2012TV SeriesAnchorman

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Hour2012-2014TV SeriesHimself
Katie Chats2014TV SeriesHimself
Royal Canadian Air Farce1998-2013TV SeriesHimself
Jimmy MacDonald's Canada2005TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Corner Gas2004TV SeriesHimself
CTV National News2004TV SeriesHimself
Deadline Iraq: Uncensored Stories of the War2003DocumentaryHimself - Anchor, CTV
The National1994TV SeriesAnchor (1970-1976)
E.N.G.1992TV SeriesHimself
The Alan Hamel Show1979TV SeriesHimself
Colours from the Queen1974DocumentaryNarrator (voice)
Upside Town/Swingaround1968TV SeriesHimself
Vacation Time1962TV SeriesCo-host (1962)

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Horses of McBride2012TV MovieHimself - Newscaster
Plague City: SARS in Toronto2005TV MovieHimself
The Frank Truth2001DocumentaryHimself - CTV News Anchor
John & Yoko's Year of Peace2000TV Movie documentaryHimself - Interviewer

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