TV Show Host

Wendy Williams in Bikini

Biography - A Short Wiki

Wendy was born July 18, 1964 in Asbury Park, New Jersey. She’s probably most famous as a host of The Wendy Williams Show. Williams also played in movie Think Like a Man. Her husband is Kevin Hunter, Sr. They have one child. In 2014, you can look forward to see her in Think Like a Man Too.

Family and Personal Life

She married her second husband Kevin Hunter in 1997 and they have a son named Kevin Jr. together. Her mother Shirley passed away in November 2020.

She and Ellen DeGeneres became two of the most popular female hosts of daytime television, frequently trading the number one spot.

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Wendy Williams - Bikini Photos

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Wendy Williams parades her fabulous curves in a skimpy outfit.
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Bikini babe: Wendy Williams is a natural beauty and seems to be enjoying herself.

Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)59 years
Date of BirthJuly 18, 1964
Place of BirthAsbury Park, NJ
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Height1.78 m, 5 feet 10 inches
Weight79.5 kg, 175 lbs
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OccupationTV Show Host

Height, Weight, and Age

Wendy Williams' height is above average measuring 1.78 m. The tv show host weighs 79.5 kg. As of today, February 29, 2024, Wendy Williams is 59 years old.

Quotes

"I consider myself a prize fighter going into a very, very tough ring called daytime TV, and I take it very seriously."

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"People have accused me of bleaching my skin, of getting a nose job. They squint at my mom, like, 'I didn't know Wendy was Asian.' I am black all day, honey pie. I am black and very proud."

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"It's not how you fall down or how low you go in life, but if you can get yourself up and set an example for even one person, then you've done your job."

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"Five percent Lycra makes anything fit."

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"I didn't have the easiest childhood. I was never the popular girl in school growing up. I was always the lone black girl or the lone fat girl or the long tall girl, so that has made me more compassionate to all people. It also gave me the drive and ambition to go after my dreams in a big way."

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