Facts of Lloyd Robertson
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||89 years old|
|Family Name :||Robertson|
|Birth Country :||Canada|
|Birth Sign :||Capricorn|
|Birth Name||Lloyd Robertson|
|Father||George Henderson Robertson|
|Famous for||News anchor|
|Married to||Nancy Robertson (m. 1956)|
|Awards||Gemini Award for Best Anchor or Interviewer|
|TV Show||CTV National News|
He is a Canadian journalist and news anchor who currently works as a co-host of CTV's weekly magazine series, W5. Some of his major event coverage includes, the 1967 opening of Expo 67 in Montreal, the partition of the Constitution of Canada, the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, the September 11 attacks in 2001 and many more. He started his broadcasting career in 1952, joining CJCS Radio in Stratford, Ontario. He was born to Lilly Frances and George Henderson Robertson.
Accounting his personal life, till now he has been married only once and with his beloved wife he has fathered four beautiful daughters. He married his high school sweetheart in 1956 and till now the couple has the same bonding with one another that they used to have when they first started dating. There is almost no chance of their divorce to happen as they are totally satisfied with each other's presence.