Sunny Anderson Net worth, Career, Personal, and Early life

Sunny Anderson is a famous American cook and television personality. She is best known as the host of the television show How’d That Get On My Plate?. Sunny has hosted the show Cooking for Real on the food network and also, and she has co-hosted the show Gotta Get It which aired on the food network along with Marc Istook. She has gained more popularity after hosting the shows on the food network channel, and she loves to cook new dishes. 

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The early life of Sunny Anderson

Sunny Anderson was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, the United States of America. Her father’s name is Thomas Anderson, a retired army veteran, and her mother’s name is Linda Anderson, a homemaker. Sunny came from an African-American descent family, and she has one brother, but she did not disclose any information about him. She is always close to her family, and she was brought up in her birthplace Lawton with her parents and brothers. Sunny has an interest in cooking because of her parents, and in her childhood, Sunny and her family will traditionally prepare cakes and cookies during Christmas times. 

Sunny Anderson education

Sunny Anderson attended Madison High School, which is located in San Antonio. After graduating from high school, she joined Loyola University, and she did not have information about the degree she studied for university.

Personal details of Sunny Anderson

Real Name  Sunny Anderson
Celebrity Name  Sunny
Profession  Cook and television personality
Age  47 years old
Date of Birth  April 9, 1975
Birth Place  Lawton, Oklahoma, the United States
Nationality  American
Ethnicity  African-American
Religion  Christian
Zodiac  Aries

Body Measurements of Sunny Anderson

Height in Centimetres  163 cm
Height in Inches  5 Feet 5 Inch
Weight in Kilograms  70 kg
Weight in Pounds  154 lbs
Body Measurements  37-30-43 Inch
Breast Size  37 Inch
Waist Size  30 Inch
Hip Size  43 Inch
Hair Colour  Dark Brown
Eye Colour  Dark Brown
Relationship Status  Single

Sunny Anderson Personal life 

On April 9, 1975, Sunny was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, the United States, to the lovely couples Thomas Anderson and Linda Anderson. She is 47 years old as of 2022. Sunny was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis when she was 19 years old, and after treatment and struggles, Sunny recovered from that. After that, she joined Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, a non-profit organisation to create awareness of the diseases. 

Sunny Anderson’s Net worth

Sunny Anderson is a professional cook and a television personality; she is believed to have a net worth of $ 5 million approximately as of 2022. The above amount is only an estimate, but the actual amount may be higher or lower than the given amount. 

Sunny Anderson relationship

Sunny will not share any of her personal information, and she always wants to keep her personal away from the public and media. She is single and enjoying her life happily, and she is mainly focusing on her career. Still, there are rumours that Sunny was in a relationship with Aaron Sanchez, a chef by profession, but later, Sunny clarifies that they both are only good friends. She did not announce any information about her relationship officially with the public. 

Sunny Anderson’s social media

Sunny Anderson is always active on social media like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. On Instagram, she has more than 440,000 K followers, and she will upload more pictures and short videos in it. On Facebook, Sunny has more than 550 K followers, and she will share more photos, and she has views and likes in it. She has 120 K followers on Twitter, and she tweets regularly. 

She used to post more of her pictures on her social media pages, and she has also attracted more fans and followers in a short period. Sunny will also post with captions like self-confidence and self-irony. She will always tell her followers to face everything with confidence and not be afraid of anything.  

Sunny Anderson Hobbies and interests

Sunny Anderson likes pets very much. And she has three cats and five dogs in her house and she has brought them all from animal shelters. Sunny likes to read books in her free time, and her favourite book is My Friend Anna, by Rachel DeLoache Williams writes. She likes to travel, and she has travelled to many places. 

Sunny likes Germany and she have stayed there for more than three years and explored all the places there. Her favourite food is spicy paste with cheese, and she likes the NFL National Football League team very much. 

Sunny Anderson beginning career

Sunny started her career in United States Army after graduating from university in 1993. After that, in 1993, she joined Air Force News Agency in radio and television sessions located in San Antonio, and she left there in 1997. Sunny joined her career as a radio host DJ in KONO-FM and KCJZ radio stations located in San Antonio. 

After that, she joined WJWZ, located in Montgomery, Alabama, and then she joined WYLD-FM and KUMX radio stations located in Fort Polk, Louisiana. Later she left the job in WYLD- FM and worked for WDTJ, located in Detroit, Michigan, and therefore more than one year. After that, Sunny moved to New York City and settled there when she was 26 years old. Then she joined in WQHT radio station in New York City and worked there as a radio personality for the show HOT 97.

Sunny Anderson’s successful career as a host

Sunny has decided to start her own catering company after leaving a job at radio stations. Then, she started a catering company named Sunny’s Delicious Dishes 2003, located in New Jersey. Then she got a chance to appear as a guest on the Emeril Live program aired on Food Network in 2005. After that, she was asked to join as a host for the show How’d That Get On My Plate? In 2008. 

Before this show, Sunny worked as a lifestyle and editor for the Hip Hop Weekly Magazine. Then Sunny has also hosted the show Cooking For Real along with co-host Marc Istook in 2008. After that, in 2014, Sunny co-hosted the show The Kitchen Along aired on the Food Networks along with Jeff Mauro and Katie Lee.

Apart from hosting, Sunny has also appeared as a guest on the shows like The Wendy Williams Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, and many others. Sunny has also written the book Sunny’s Kitchen: Easy Food for Real Life, and it has become one of the top-selling books in the United States.       

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