Interracial relations used to be a taboo for the opposite sex, especially among whites who believe they are superior to others. They view interracial relations with contempt and disapproval and therefore try to prevent them at all costs and against all odds. Arthur Adam Housley, a renowned journalist, defiled the validity of this belief and married Tamera Mowry, who is half black and the couple is still living in marital bliss.
Adam Housley married an American actress and model Tamera Mowry, who is currently co-host of the American talk show The Real, on May 15, 2011. On November 12, 2012, the couple was blessed with a son named Aden John-Tanner, and their second child, Ariah Talea Housley, arrived on the first day of July 2015 following the announcement of her imminent birth in January 2015.
The celebrity couple participated in the Celebrity Cupcake Wars on Food Network, for which they were the 2016 winners. They took three other couples for the title with their Chocolate Cabernet, Jalapeño Cornbread, and Vanilla Port Wine Cupcakes. Their prizes from the celebrity Cupcake Wars were donated to the charity SnowballExpress.org, which is known to care for the families of fallen US military heroes.
The fact that Tamera is half black has caused many controversies among the couple. Both Adam and Tamera received many unsolicited opinions from social media because of their interracial relationship and his position at Fox News. Regardless of this, Adam was not disturbed by all the controversies, but he defended his wife and gave her back to the people who raised racial issues in his marriage with harsh words.
Adam expressed his disappointment with people who still practice racial discrimination and said that in this day and age one would expect them to know better. He stressed that marrying someone of another race does not change who you are in any way. Tamera has a twin sister named Tia Mowry, who is an actress just like Tamera.
Adam has earned a respectable annual salary of $50k to $100k from Fox News. This and other income/revenue from his long career in journalism has allowed him to save a handsome amount as his net worth, which is fixed at $3 million.
5 Facts You Need to Know About Adam Housley
The renowned journalist was born Arthur Adam Housley on 13 August 1971 in Napa, California, United States of America. He is an American nationality and white ethnicity. In 1992, Adam received a double Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Telecommunications from Pepperdine University, and later in 2014, he earned an MA in International Relations from the University of Arizona. Adam was a media scholar at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University.
Adam made his news reporting debut on the radio station KVON-KVYN, where he was involved in the production and development of short news reports. He was a senior reporter at KFTY-TV for two years and before that, he worked as a live reporter for KCPM-TV. From 1999 to 2001 he worked for KTXL-TV in Sacramento, California in his capacity as a news reporter.
Adam joined Fox News Channel as a reporter before becoming a lead reporter. He had an exciting and adventurous time at Fox News, covering extraordinary events such as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 2003 election campaign, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the 9.0 earthquake in Japan, the Southeast Asian tsunami, the Chilean mining disaster and various dangerous hurricanes such as Rita and Katrina.
Adam also reported on the live filming at Los Angeles International Airport and the suspension of Alex Rodriguez, third baseman for the New York Yankees, and much more. Adam is currently a senior correspondent for Fox News.
Before he began his career in journalism, Adam was involved in professional baseball. During his time at Pepperdine University, he was on the university baseball team. He was on the National Champion College World Series Baseball Team and played two summers for Harwich in the Cape Cod League.
He was fortunate to be recruited by the Montreal Expos, he played for two minor league organizations, the Milwaukee Brewers and the Detroit Tigers Minor League, where he played in 97 games. He also played as a pitcher and stoker in an All-American Junior Olympic Baseball game.
Adams only dares the step into marriage with the American actress and model Tamera Mowry, who is currently co-host of a popular TV show called The Real. The couple married in November 2012 and still live together in marital bliss. The prominent couple is blessed with two children – Aden John-Tanner Housley (son) and Ariah Talea Housley (daughter).
Adam stands at an impressive height of 6 ft 3 inches, which makes him an exceptionally tall person. He has brown eyes and his hair color is dark brown.