|Full Name||Sunny Hostin|
|Birth Name||Asunción Cummings|
|Profession||Lawyer, journalist, columnist, social commentator|
|Birth City||New York City, New York, United States|
|Awards||Special Achievement Award|
|Education||Notre Dame Law School|
Sunny Hostin was born in New York City, New York, United States to William Cummings (father) and Rosa Beza (mother). Hostin was conceived on October 20, 1968, under Zodiac sign Libra and was named as Asunción Cummings.
Concerning her education, 49 years aged columnist joined Dominican Academy and after that, she was enrolled at Binghamton University. From Binghamton University, she has earned her degree in Communications and also obtained a degree in Law from the Notre Dame Law School.
Her professional career started as a law clerk to Robert M. Bell. After that, she worked as a trial attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division. Similarly, Sunny has also served as a federal prosecutor, specializing in child sex crimes.
Talking about her television appearances, she started as a commentator for Court TV, followed by the Fox News program The O’Reilly Factor. Apart from it, she has also shown her presence in American Morning, and The View.
In her career, she has received a Special Achievement Award for her successful prosecution of sex offenders.
Sunny Hostin is a married woman and she shares her personal life with orthopedic surgeon Emmanuel Hostin, since August 1998. The pair has two children, Gabriel, born on August 15, 2002, and Paloma, born on May 5, 2006.
The member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority is living a happily married life with her husband and children in Purchase, New York.
Looking towards her physical features, Hostin has perfect body features with 5 feet 9 inches tall in height. The lawyer has a slim body with dark brown hair and eyes and weighs around 59 kg.
Sunny Hostin started her career as a law clerk to retired Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals Robert M. Bell. Later, she became a trial attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division. She left the Antitrust Division to become a federal prosecutor, specializing in child crimes. She was awarded a Special Achievement Award for her successful prosecution of sex offenders.
She started her TV career as a commentator for Court TV and was then offered a spot on the Fox News program The O’Reilly Factor.
She frequently started appearing as a guest contributor on the ABC daytime talk show The View. She participated in a TEDx Talk titled A Possibility Model that details the effects of an early trauma.
She joined ABC News as Senior Legal Correspondent and analyst in 2016. She became a permanent co-host of The View beginning the show’s twentieth season in September 2016. She spoke of having been a target of racist taunts in 2018.
From her professional career, the actress earns an impressive salary of around $300 thousand and has a net worth of $3 million.
Further, Sunny has more than 51K followers on her official Facebook account, her official Instagram has around 93.7K followers, and 108K on her Twitter account.